Seven mukhi Rudraksha is regarded as the representation of Lord Shiva. It symbolizes Saptarishi Roopam meaning the form of seven rishis. It also represents goddess Laxmi. Vaishnavism is based on a belief that seven mukhi Rudraksha represents Avanta, the king of serpents who is believed to be the incarnate of Lord Shiva himself. Each face on the Rudraksha represents one great serpent. As indicated by the faces, the bead symbolizes seven serpents namely Anantha, Kakata, Pundarika, Takshak, Visholban, Karisha and Shankhachuda. As scripted in the ancient religious texts, god Kamdev seems to have special fascination and attachment towards seven mukhi Rudraksha with chanting Mantra while wearing seven mukhi Rudraksha is Om Hra Sapta Vaktrasya Om Hram Kreem Hreem Shaum
Energized beads can be placed in a locker containing money and other financial assets or in a prayer room to reap positive output.
It releases a poor man from poverty and miseries. Its use is especially beneficial for those who are into casino business or other forms of gambling business. It brings in enormous business prosperity, good career prospects, respect, honor, intuitive power and more material gain. If a person desires to arouse romantic interest and feelings in an opposite sex, wearing this Rudraksha makes this possible instantly. It opens up door to enormous knowledge and spirituality. Lord Shiva graces its wearer with a release from the consequences of her/his past sins. It is extremely useful for treating desieases like asthma, pharynxitis, impotency, foot related diseases, respiratory disorders etc. It controls the adverse planetary effects of Saturn. In terms of astrology, it is extremely beneficial for arian, taurean, Librans, capricon and aquarian.