Dear revered Mister or Madam,
to our great surprise and enthusiasm, we saw that the symbol of your office is Lord Shiva sitting on Nandi bull. In the great Shiva tradition, Rudraksha's are representing the Tears of that God. For thousands of years, beads of Rudraksha has been weared in necklaces by yogis, monks and devotees of Shiva.
For years now, my wife and I are following the Shiva tradition. We both feel that one of our tasks is to share and spread in the world the knowledge and many benefits of Rudrakshas concerning health, environment and spirituality.
We would be very honnered to offer you, that is to your Kingdom, a collection set of very unique and precious Rudrakshas we discovered in Koh Phangan. Because of the intrinsic value of these Rudrakshas, we would very much like to know if you are interested in that gift before sending it to you?
We would be very honnered to receive an answer from you and would like very much like to thank you for your kind attention.
With our very respectful regards to your Queen and King
...K and R ...
PS: To this letter, we add a presentation of who we are and a description of our activities to the spread the benefits of Rudrakshas.
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Dear rb, (some delightful text to ^Rised^ appreciation)
This is the Aknowledgement about the existence of unique kinds of trees of rudraksha on koh Phangan. The current state of 1000-day exploration is a Grand collection of the most divine Rudraksha, which is worth to call "Royal". The central episode of that collection should arrive to YOU - our dear receiver, not later than 7 of November, what is almost now.
Generally that trees now in high demand due to the value of seeds from its fruits: Rudraksha - "Tears of Rudra", who is also Shiva and great rider of Nandi-bull. The importance and blessings of Rudraksha widely highlighted in most of Vedic-Aryan Shiva-regadred sources, such as Puranas, Vedas, Agamas and Upanishadas.
The contains of the Central Episode of Grand Collection of the most Divine Rudraksha:
7 Rudraksha-beads from one to seven mukhi (faceted), from 6 different trees - 5 of beads represents 5 destinations, where their mother-tree grows, while 6-th tree presented by 2 beads from mainland. Beads packed in a dried pod of Prana-Jiva tree.
Mostly as 99,9% island trees give 3- and 4-mukhi Rudraksha, 5-mukhi is very rare, and 2-mukhi is even more rare. 1-mukhi Rudraksha, officially not-exsisting in Nepal, due to the modern researches, appearing as a miracle. 6- and -7-mukhi grows in significant temple of NakhonSi.
Meaning of Mukhi's number in Rudraksha, as depicted in scriptures and which we following:
5. 5-mukhi is a Five-faced Shiva, as He appeared to other 2 Gods of Trimurti after their long worshiping, as first form - Unlimited Shining Fire Lingam - was unintelligible. That's why 3 main scriptures about Rudraksha describe 5-mukhi Rudraksha formally differently: "Sadashiva", "Panchabrahma" and "Kalagnirudra". That 3 kinds of Rudraksha - 3-, 4-, and 5-mukhi are adviced to wearing for any fortunate person - as each will receive a merits.
6. 6-mukhi is a bead of son of Shiva - Kartikkeya, who's other Names are Murugan, Scanda, Saravanabhava, Shiva-Kumara and Shanmukha - as He has 6-faces. Tonight, when I writing it, is 7-th night of His month - Kartik - the day when 7-day old Kartikkeya defeated greatest demon Taraka, who oppressing all 3 worlds for millions of years. The residence of Kartikkeya is Mars, and He is the General Commander of Armies of the Gods.
7. 7-mukhi Rudraksha has a energy of 7-Mothers, as it said in "Chandra-Jnyana Agama". 7-Mothers is fully-extended aspect of Mother from realone bio-mother to Earth as a Big Mother, defined in that shlok on Sanskrit:
Atma-mata Guru patni
Dhenur Dhätré Tathä prithvi
saptaita matarah smrtah.
Shiva-Purana refers 7-mukhi Rudraksha to Ananga - "Without the body" - name of Kama-Cupid, after he left His body.
7 is also Surya-Rudraksha, as 7 is the number of the Sun.
Other sacred meaning of 7-mukhi Rudraksha is Manu - the First Man and progenitor of humanity. Our "current" Manu is Vaivasvata, with other name Satyavrata, and Shraddhadeva Manu, and He is numbered 7 in 14-cycle of Manu's.