This mala is a combination of 1 to 14 mukhis, Gaurishankar and Ganesh Rudraksha strung face to face and tail to tail as stated in our ancient shastras. Moreover, it is strung in wood and woollen spacers are put between two beads to protect the beads as well as provide an Asana (seat) to all the Mukhis. In wool, the mala is stronger, flexible and light in weight. It is said to be beneficial for successful achievers and ambitious people who want to reach the top levels, as wearing of all 1 to 14 mukhi Rudraksha this mala is considered auspicious by the shastras. One may get everything that one aspires for Dharma, Artha, Kam and Moksha. This mala may be worn or can be kept at the altar for worship or even carried along in a pouch. The beads in this mala represent all the nine planets and all the Deities. This is one of the most powerful healing mala that one can possess. Testimonial received from wearer over the years conform its powers.