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The plant holds tremendous importance in the Hindu religion. The word “Rudraksha” has its origin in the Sanskrit language. It is made from two words, Rudra (Lord Shiva) and aksha (eye). This means that the auspicious beads are considered the third eye of Lord Shiva. It is an essential bead that people use during prayers.
It is said that Lord Shiva wears a garland of Rudraksha. This garland or mala is often made from 108 rudraksha beads and used by many Hindus during prayers. Moreover, the rudraksha trees found in the Himalayan regions are considered quite powerful. As the Himalaya or Kailash is the abode of Lord Shiva according to the scriptures.