Significance of Rudrakshas:
Maha Deva was tired in tracking the tricky and invincible Demon
Tripurasura, finally pulled out his ‘Ajagava’ dhanush and despatched
the unique Vikaaraal arrow and killed him. The long chase of the
Asura who was fortified with Brahma’s boons tired out Maheswara and
this tedious task ended up with profuse tears from his right eye
There was a mention of Ājagava in Viṣṇu Purāṇa | Book 1 - Chapter 13.
Sages eliminated King Vena, who reviled Yagna (the god of sacrifice)
and thus was not fit to reign over the earth.
As the kingdom is without a king, the dishonest men have begun to
seize the property of their neighbours.
The sages, hearing this, consulted, and together rubbed the the ...