The 5 Mukhi Nepali Rudraksha is a type of Rudraksha bead that holds great significance in Hinduism and spirituality. Rudraksha beads are seeds from the Rudraksha tree (Elaeocarpus ganitrus), found mainly in the Himalayan regions of Nepal, India, and Indonesia. They are known for their unique appearance with several “mukhis” or facets on the surface.
The 5 Mukhi Nepali Rudraksha has five natural divisions or facets on its surface, and it is considered one of the most common and widely available types of Rudraksha beads. This particular bead is associated with Lord Kalagni Rudra (a form of Lord Shiva) and is believed to have various positive effects on the wearer.