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Nineteen mukhi rudraksha represents Lord Vishnu whose abode is Ksheersagar (ocean of milk). It is known to fulfill all materialistic desires. It also offers clarity to a person as to how he or she has to carry out a business. One can undertake any work — whether business, serving mankind, politics or social activity – without having to undergo much stress.
In many epics like Shrimad Bhagawat, Shilpratna and Vishnudharmottar Puran, Lord Vishnu is depicted as taking rest in Ksheersagar, on the great snake Sheshnag. Goddess Lakshmi is with Him on one side. Wearing a great ornamented crown, He has the Shree Vats on His chest, Kaustubh Mani and Vanmala (two extremely precious gems) around His neck, has a conch shell in His right hand, three valays in the second hand, gada in another hand and a chakra in the fourth.