15 Mukhi Rudraksha
15 Mukhi Rudrakshas have similar qualities as 14 mukhi rudrakshas and therefore the prices of the two varieties are more or less the same. 15 mukhi rudraksha is blessed by Lord Shiva in his incarnation as Pashupati. It has all the virtues of 14 mukhi rudraksha and additionally offers luck in acquiring wealth.
Lord Shiva has 1008 names out of which Pashupati (lord of animals) is one of the most common. As Pashupati, He provides life to humans and animals and takes it back at His free will. Lord Shiva is also called Sharva, “the hunter”. His hunting weapon is Trishul (Trident) with the auspicious number of 3 at its tips. Trishul is considered very holy and it is offered to the Lord as a token of love for Him and to get His blessings.
At many places, where Shiva temples are located over mountains or at great heights, the devotees carry Trishul manually, often very heavy, as offering to Him. One such temple is at Bhairrogarh at Pachmarhi in Madhya Pradesh. As Pashupati, He carries some of the oldest forms of weapons like axe (parasu), hand drum (damru), stick (yog dand), arrow (pinaka and ajagava), spear (paupata), sling or noose (pasa) and the divine rod (khatwang). He is seen as wearing a rudraksha mala, carrying a skull, a lotus flower, a discus and a sword.
The famous Pashupatinath temple is located in Kathmandu in Nepal and is revered by all Hindus.
Mantras to be recited for 15 mukhi rudraksha
Om Shreem Manovaanchitam Hreem Om Namah
Om Hreem Namah
Om Namah Shivaya
References : Kamal N Seetha (2014) The Power Of Rudraksha.
15 Mukhi rudraksha