10 Mukhi Rudraksha
10 Mukhi Rudraksha is among the rare varieties, however its price is lesser than nine mukhi rudraksha. It is available in round/oval shape. It is blessed by Lord Vishnu, according to Nirnaya Sindhu, Mantramaharnava and Shrimad Devibhagwat.
As per Kydrakshajabalopanishad, 1 is blessed by Yamraj, the God of Death, and by Dashdigpal, the controller and guardian of ten directions. It eliminates sufferings ,used by the influence the nine planets, Betals and Brahmarakshas, and thus tects the wearer from black magic and evil. eye and averts otatimely death. Fear of ghosts and fear of apparitions (that someone is behind you) get eliminated. As this rudraksha has blessings of several gods —Vishnu, Mahasen (Kar tikeya), Yamraj, Dashdigpal and Dashmahavidya, it is considered very powerful.
This 10 Mukhi rudraksha is also used to correct Vaastu dosh (directional faults), which could adversely impact running a business. It is also very helpful in facing and solving court cases, disputes and acts of enmity. It is interesting to know that this rudraksha brings the Vaishnavaite and Shaivaite sects of Hindus together in using the powers of the two mighty Gods in ridding human misery caused by unexplainable problems like ghosts, black magic and ill effects of jealousy.
Who should wear?
A Narayan Kawatch made of 10 nos. of 10 mukhi rudraksha and 1 no. of one mukhi rudraksha is a powerful tool to win over any adversary, in a legal dispute. A Dosh Nivaran combination of one 10 mukhi rudraksha can be used for correction of Tiaastu dosh, removing negativities and protecting oneself from black magic, etc. Those suffering from insomnia, instability of mind and those who fail to find a direction in life and profession can also derive help from this powerful rudraksha. It can also be kept at the place of worship to get combined blessings of Hari-Har.
Mantras to be recited for 10 mukhi rudraksha
Om Hreem Namah Namah (Shiva Puran)
Om Hreem Namah (Mantramaharnava)
Om Krheem (Padma Puran)
Om Namah Shivaya
References : Kamal N Seetha (2014) The Power Of Rudraksha