Last updated on September 6, 2016 by Dotsquares
Dotsquares presents the latest e-commerce app for Rudraksha purchases, Rudraksham. The app allows customers to purchase Rudraksha beads, pendants, mala, wrist bands, healing products and so much more, all with the click of one button. With its easy to use navigation menus, you can conduct a thorough search for all your specific religious requirements.
For those that don’t know, Rudraksha plays an important part in Hindu religion. It is the rudraksha seeds of the Eliocarpusganitrus tree which are most significant in the spiritualism within every day life. Although they are grown at a certain altitude within the Himalayan Mountains, they are mostly found in Nepal, Burma, Thailand or Indonesia.
Rudraksha is an object of worship and is believed to symbolise the link between heaven and earth. The Rudraksha seeds are made into beads that string together to make malas and bracelets. Usually the beads are strung together with a silk or cotton thread. The malasare made up of 108 beads, plus one, and the extra bead is known as the bindu, which is the most important bead in the mala, as it is the energy centre.
Going back from ancient times the power of the holy Rudraksha beads have been written in several religious texts. Hindus have been wearing the Rudraksha beads for thousands of years for good health, religious fulfilment through Japa and Shakti, and for a fearless life. In the Hindu religion there is no saint or god like incarnate visualised without these beads. It is said that the people who are religiously devoted, and who have a strong belief in God feel the power of Rudraksha more efficiently. It is also a well-known fact that by the virtue, touch and worshipping of Rudraksha leads to the destruction of all evils. Asian Yogis and Monks believe that by merely wearing the Rudraksha beads, you acquire tremendous amounts of tranquillity, which helped them meditate for long periods of time.
You can download this app from the App store on your mobile and Ipad from the link below: