The Bhairavi Raksha is a consecrated offering made of pure copper. The Indian traditional systems have extolled the benefits of wearing copper in close contact with the body since time immemorial.

The Bhairavi Raksha is an offering that draws from this wisdom and is meant to stabilize one's system and promote overall wellbeing.

FAQs

It is best to wear the Bhairavi Raksha at all times. If you are unable to do that, it is necessary to have it on for a minimum of 3-4 hours a day.
The Bhairavi Raksha should be worn on the left hand by women and the right hand by men. It’s important that the Bhairavi Raksha has maximum contact with your body with no gap between the Bhairavi Raksha and the body.
Ensure that the Bhairavi Raksha is worn in such a way that Devi’s image on the Bhairavi Raksha is straight and not upside down.(please refer to the images on top of the page)
The Bhairavi Raksha can be worn while taking a bath, however it should not come into contact with soaps or detergents.
The benefit of wearing the Bhairavi Raksha is not restricted to any period of time. It can be worn for life.
Women can wear the Bhairavi Raksha during their monthly cycle.
Wearing the Bhairavi Raksha is suitable for children of all ages.
Another person should not wear your Bhairavi Raksha.
When not being worn, the Bhairavi Raksha can be wrapped in raw silk or cotton fabric, which is white or not dyed or in the bag you received.
It is best to replace the Bhairavi Raksha with a new one if the Bhairavi Raksha gets damaged/broken.
Use lime to gently clean the surface if necessary.