Fake Rudraksha Beads
Beware of fake Rudraksha Beads. Tips to identify fake rudraksha beads:
- Fake One Mukhi round Rudraksha, is made by removing two lines from three mukhi rudraksha and carving of needles on the rudraksha bead.
- Fake One Mukhi round Rudraksha , made by filling wooden powder by glue in nuts amd making one line on them.
- Duplicate Ek Mukhi round Rudraksha, is made by removing three lines from four mukhi rudraksha or removing four lines from five mukhi rudraksha and pasting the rudraksha remains by glue.
- You can identify the lines that are natural or man made. You can see the example of rudraksha bead with artifical lines carved on the rudraksha bead to make it higher mukhi rudraksha bead.
- Three beads crafted and joined by glue to form high cost Trijuti rudraksha bead. You can see the joints of the rudraksha beads to identify that the bead is joined naturally or artifically by glue.
- Two mukhi rudraksha converted to ONE Muki. The line at one end is left as it is and the other line is manually altered to carve a lingam, Nag and trishul. This is the most commonly sold fake one mukhi.
- Fake 21 Mukhi Rudraksha made by joining together different sections of other rudraksha bead, to form one bead. You can see the central round small hole and the sharp mukhi lines, which clearly reveal it as fake.
- In general fake beeds made by carving extra lines. 5 mukhi changed to 9 mukhi by carving 4 extra lines. 6,7 mukhies can be changed to 8 to 12 mukies. 12 mukies are changed to 14 mukhies.
- Fake Gauri Shankar Rudraksha can made from two rudraksha beads and glued together.
Sample Fake Rudraksha:
Fake 8 to 21 mukhi rudraksha beads made by carving extra lines. Fake Gauri Shankar from two rudraksha beeds ground and glued together.
Fake trijothi made from three rudraksha beads ground and glued together.
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