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Rudraksha Vs. Bhadraksha

Rudraksha Vs. Bhadraksha

Is it Rudraksh or Bhadraksh: Know the difference!


What’s a Rudraksh?

The Rudraksh has been worn from time immemorial, and is said to have arisen from Lord Shiva's tears, who is a member of the supreme divinity Trimurti. The Samaveda, Shiva Mahapurana, and nearly 14 Upanishads all have references to it. Sages, saints, kings, queens, scholars, and commoners alike have worn the auspicious beads for growth, success, and well-being. India, Indonesia, and Nepal provide the majority of the beads. The natural rudraksha is incredibly powerful as the most forceful expression of the cosmic force. It re-energizes and restores the body, mind, and spirit. 

The natural rudraksha beads have a relaxing impact on the body, according to specialists. It has anti-aging properties, cures the heart, prevents high blood pressure, removes waste, pain, and disease, has an anti-aging impact, provides the wearer more personality control, relaxes the mind, and has anti-inflammation properties. The beads have attracted a variety of tales, queries, and events over the years, and they have gained popularity.


What’s a Bhadraksh?

Bhadraksha, often mistaken for rudraksha, is a dangerous seed that is currently being sold as rudraksha. It's made from a soft-wooded shrub or small tree that can reach a height of 24 feet. While the tree looks similar to a rudraksha tree, the fruits are different in shape.


Bhadraksh is abundantly available throughout India. It has none of the advantages as compared to rudraksha and is sold for a very low price. The use of bhadrakshas heightens the negative vibrations. Not only that, but the fruit's poisonous composition prevents birds from eating it.


How can you tell the difference between a rudraksha and a bhadraksha?


  • Rudrakshas, especially high-quality ones, are perfectly spherical. Keep this in mind when purchasing an authentic rudraksha mala online. The bhadrakshas, on the other hand, are in the shape of a crescent moon.
  • Rudrakshas rotate naturally when placed in a copper vase with water, while bhadrakshas do not.
  • Even if a bhadraksha appears to be identical to a rudraksha, it will not have the same natural opening. You can see if the hole is completely cylindrical; if it is, it was most likely constructed artificially.
  • When compared to rudrakshas, bhadraksh is lighter in weight. Why? As a result of their lower density. Real rudrakshas are heavier than they appear at first glance. The weight is supported by the core. You'll be able to know by rolling it around in your palm.
  • Bhadrakshas do not sink in water, although genuine rudrakshas do. However, because they have been chemically treated, certain genuine rudrakshas may float in water too.
  • When compared to bhadrakshas, the protrusions on the surface of rudrakshas are sharper and rougher.
  • When you close your right palm and insert a real rudraksha in it, it is stated that you will feel certain healing vibrations whereas there are no vibrations produced by a bhadraksha.

Nepal is known for producing high-quality rudrakshas. In India and Sri Lanka, bhadraksh are more plentiful. That isn't to say you won't be able to find decent rudrakshas in India; it just means you'll need to choose a reputable seller, such as ramramji.co, a recognised online selling platform for lab-certified rudrakshas, pooja samagri and more. Visit ramramji.co and shop now!