Varada - Amritapuri Rudraksha Necklace


 "The light of Guru’s grace helps us to see and remove the obstacles in our path. - Amma

Varada (pronounced “vA-rAH-dah”) in Sanskrit refers to the “bestower of boons” and is another name for Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess of abundance.

Nurtured with love, the large, sacred Rudraksha bead in our Varada necklace is imbued with the powerful vibrations of Amritapuri Ashram-grown Rudraksha trees. This main bead is beautifully framed on each side with silver caps and select gemstone beads. And, small Rudraksha beads decorate the two sliding knots for all necklace color/gemstone choices except Rose Quartz, which features a Sandalwood bead (3 mm) at each sliding knot.

Wearing Rudraksha beads can help one in attaining tranquility, peace of mind, focus and concentration. Rudraksha beads are also known to be good for creating your own cocoon of energy, acting as a protective shield from negative energies. Especially helpful during this time.

  • Large Genuine Panchmukhi/Five-Faced Amritapuri Rudraksha bead (14 to 15 mm)
  • Silver caps
  • Gemstone beads, as listed in color name (4 mm) 
  • Rudraksha beads (5 mm) at the two sliding knots for all color/gemstone choices except Rose Quartz, which has a Sandalwood bead (3 mm) at each sliding knot
  • Nylon cord with hand-crocheted detail 
  • Adjustable length, approximately 14-25 inches
  • Sized to fit adults 
  • Handcrafted in India with sacred mantras

CARE:  The Rudraksha and Sandalwood beads will gradually darken as they interact with natural skin oils, and the Rudraksha beads may also require periodic cleaning. To clean Rudraksha beads, first soak them in warm, soapy water overnight. Then scrub thoroughly with an extra-soft toothbrush, and allow to dry. To help preserve the gemstone bead, avoid contact with hard and abrasive objects. Any tarnish on the silver caps can be polished with a soft polishing cloth.