Putra Jeeva Mala – Putra Prapti mala – Putrajeevak Mala
Putranjeevak mala is a seed of an evergreen tree that flower and fructifies in the months of March to May. Different plants of this medicinal tree are used for different purposes. For example, Bark of this tree is helpful in curing bites of venomous insects.
Putrajeeva Mala is also known as Putra prapti mala. Putrajeevak Mala is made with the seeds of fruit of Putrajeeva tree. It is believed that Putra jeeva mala has the power of bestowing the wearer with a son. Mantra of Jupiter, Sun or Santangopal and all those Mantras which are recited with the wish of having desired offspring can be recited on it. Size – 10 mm ovalish beads, Mala is made in traditional way with knots
But the most popular use of this plant is the use of the seeds of this tree. Although, as name of Putrajiva mala Rosary indicates, a lot of people have full faith that consumption of Putrajeevak seeds ensure progeny or child.
Putrajiva Mala is called as Putra jeevi mala and it is very powerful, effective and special mala which is made by the fruit seed of a tree named as Putrajiva. Putra Jeeva Mala is said that by having this mala you can fulfill your wish to have a sun. This mala has the mantras of planet Jupiter, and Sun for fulfills all the dreams of a Son.
Putrajeevak Beej or seeds are used for female infertility treatment in ayurveda. It strengthens the uterine musculature and helps a woman to get pregnant. According to ayurveda, it has an effect on the reproductive system, especially on uterus and ovaries in women and testes in men. The main action of Putrajeevak is to strengthen these structures and improve the functions of these organs. It is also helpful in the treatment of habitual abortion (recurrent miscarriage).
- Putrajivi Beej or Putrajeevak Seeds is the classical Ayurvedic name of this medicine, literal meaning of which is ‘Life Giver to Son’.
- But this Mala or its Beads has nothing to do with Sex Determination of Child.
- Here Putra in Putrajeeva is used for both baby girl and boy.
- Perhaps, this name was given due to supremacy given to the sons as compared to the daughters, in the patriotic Indian society.