Every Rudraksha has cells or Mukhis which differ in numbers. A facet is a line or groove which runs from one end of Rudraksha to the other end.
Lord Shiva who is also known by the name Rudra.
Rudraksha a seed has created attention and interest worldwide due to its mystical properties. It is known and has been used from times immemorial. Rudraksha is from Hindu mythology and means “the eyes of Shiva”. The mythology that surrounds the Rudraksha is that the Hindu god Shiva meditated on the welfare of all mankind and cried tears of compassion, peace and joy. These tears upon hitting the earth crystallized to form these seeds. The divine qualities of this bead were first noted in ancient Hindu scriptures. They bless one with peace of mind; protect against evil doers and spirits; and bless with peace and prosperity.
Rudraksha is worn individually or in multiples in the form of malas, necklace, bracelet or as an armband. It has been used for different purposes. When sadhus wear them, they are believed to have attained special powers and also known as trademarks for devotees of God. Many wear Rudraksha for its good omen, many wear it just for good health. There are so many who wear it without knowing its qualities and virtues as an ornament only because of its rare beauty.
There is nothing on this planet that matches Rudraksha in its natural wild beauty, which is full of energy and usefulness both for body and mind. Rudraksha is a true bio-jewellery that has its own beauty and power. Its aura and glow whether you see in daylight or night time are divinely impressive and unique.