Home Stotras Site Map Search. Vata Ficus benghalensis , Banyan. Sri Dakshinamurthy is depicted as sitting under a Banyan tree and instructing His disciples through His meditative silence Dakshinamurthy Stotram - Dhyana slokas. Sri Dakshinamurthy. Thiruvalangadu was a forest of Banyan trees with a syambhu linga of Lord Shiva Thiruvalangadu Vadaranyeswarar temple, Thiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu.
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When they are ripe, rudraksha seeds are covered by a blue outer shell and are sometimes called blueberry beads. The seeds are primarily used in India, Indonesia and Nepal as beads for organic jewellery and malas ; they are valued similarly to semi-precious stones. Thus, the name means "Lord Rudra's teardrops". The rudraksha tree starts bearing fruit in three to four years from germination. As the tree matures, the roots form buttresses, rising up near the trunk and radiating out along the surface of the ground. It tends to grow in narrow spaces rather than on open ground. Its leaves resemble those of the tamarind or nux vomica but are longer.