The Rudraksha Bracelets made of rudraksha beads of various sizes are available in several fashionable styles and designs. The bracelet usually comes in a circular shape with various Rudraksha beads connected with a string or a chain. Rudraksha bracelets are also available in designs having the rudraksha beads mounted on metallic and nonmetallic objects. These ornaments come in designs that easily blend with any outfit, such as traditional ethnic wear or a modern suit.
The Ek Mukhi and Pancha Mukhi types of rudraksha beads are the most popular categories for crafting rudraksha bracelets. The Ek Mukhi is a rare form of rudraksha that originated from south India. It is available in two forms, the round and half-moon shape. Panchmukhi rudraksha beads (Rudraksha with five faces) contribute significantly to the total rudraksha production. Apart from the Ek Mukhi and Pancha Mukhi designs, bracelets from all 1-14 faces of rudraksha beads are crafted and sold in various designs.
The Gauri Shankar rudraksha bracelet is another popular category. These bracelets feature two naturally joined rudraksha beads known as the Gauri Shankar rudraksha beads. Nepal and Indonesian beads are the mainly available categories of Gauri Shankar rudraksha.
Rudraksha bracelets are generally arranged in single-stranded and double-stranded designs. Most of them are embellished with precious and semiprecious stones such as pearls, cubic zirconia, crystal quartz etc. Bracelets made of pure silver are also popular among rudraksha jewellery.
Other popular categories that provide a divine touch are the Damru, Trishul and the omkar rudraksha bracelets. These bracelets have shapes of Damru, Trishul and omkar beautifully carved in metals like silver, sterling silver and gold, affixed on the bracelets.