Sixteen Faced Rudraksha is related to Sixteen Kala (i.e.; attainments and Siddhi). The person who wears this Rudraksha after proper Sidhhi ( method of purification & charging with Mantra) will get success in his all the ventures. This Rudraksha invokes 16 Kala of Moon in the wearer and opens the passage of 16 attainments. He attains 16 Siddhis and attainments.
Sixteen Mukhi Rudraksha is a bead which is known for Victory. This Rudraksha is called Jai Rudraksha. The Sixteen Face Rudraksha have sixteen lines originating from top to bottom. This rudraksha is blessed by Lord Shiva and dedicated to Lord Ram so it is full of great human virtues. It is also regarded as having the blessings of Mahakal so it removes the fear of time and untimely death
Sixteen Faced / mukhi rudraksha is Mahamrityunjaya form of Lord Shiva. The wearer becomes fearless & gets victory against the most fearsome of diseases and most adverse circumstances . It protects from physical illness , negative people and negative energies . This protects from physical illness due to placement of planets . If one has fear of loss of a loved one or fear of loss of name and fame or loss of faith in oneself or God or fear of death , or nightmares then one should wear the mahamrityunjaya rudraksha which is 16 mukhi . Wearing this rudraksha is equivalent to chanting the Mahamritunjaya mantra 125000 times everyday . Even Yama the Lord of Death turns back from the wearer of this rudraksha .The path of the wearer become surmountable by grace of Lord Shiva and he rises in Victory and
The wearer of this Rudraksha becomes devotee of the almighty God and live his life on the passage of Satya (Truth) and gains the Punya of 7 birth. It is the form of 16 Shakti (Power). It is said that Arjun strike the Eye of fish while wearing this Rudraksha. The wearer of this Rudraksha no longer remains an ordinary person; he will become a powerful person. This Rudraksha gives all comforts and liberate the wearer from all the sins.
This Rudraksha is a powerful fruit for all humans. It Rudraksha give success in all works. If this Rudraksha is worn without reciting Mantra or Siddhi he will be considered as done sin of killing 108 Cows.
Someone desire seriously to come out of unwanted habits and live a life of purity can wear Rudraksha’s and may find themselves free soon after wearing it . This has happened to many. It may happen to you also, if you will strongly.
Rudraksha power is more than any gems, yantra, tantra, mantra and Jantra.
In general the wearer and the worshipper of Rudraksha is blessed with prosperity, peace and health. Yet there are certain precautions to be taken to avoid the gain of sins. These precautions are such as:-
—Rudraksha must be worn after Sidhhi ( method of purification & charging with Mantra), performing the prayers and ritual rites for its sanctification and Hawanet etc. It should be worn on auspecious day, Monday or thursday.
–Rudraksha Mantra and Rudraksha Origin Mantra is to be chanted daily 9 times while wearing in the morning and after removing before going to bed.( Rudraksha must be removed before going to sleep and must be kept at the puja place.
—Rudraksha can be worn in the morning after having Bath. It can be worn after reciting the mantra as above and inscence/ ghee lamp etc must be used. It must not be touched before bathing. One should clean his hands properly after using toilet.
—Rudraksha must not be taken to the cremation grounds and funerals. Also it must not be taken to the place while visiting a new born baby.
—NEVER wear the Rudraksha while having sex.
—WOMEN must not wear the Rudraksha during their menstrual cycle.
—ALWAYS keep your Rudraksha clean. Dust and dirt can settle in the pores of the bead. Clean these as frequently as possible with something with soft, fine bristles. If the thread becomes dirty or worn out, change it. After cleaning, wash your Rudraksha with some blessed holy water. This helps maintain its sanctity.
—ALWAYS keep the Rudraksha oiled… After regular cleaning, oil the bead and treat it with incense. This is of UTMOST importance. especially when not using the bead for sometime, or storing it for a while.