Rudraksha : in Sanskrit, the word Rudraksha consists with word of 'RUDRA' and 'AKSHA' in which Rudra denotes to Lord Shiva and Aksha refers to tear. It is believed that when Lord Shiva was in deep meditation, a drop of tear fell of his eyes which grew into the divine fruit, that in Rudraksha. It is also said that one who wear this divine fruit achieves eternal blessing and is deemed closet to Lord Shiva himself. Tulsi wood, which is in the family of basil, is the most sacred of all wood in the Hindu tradition. It is worshipped in Indian temples as a living goddess. One Hindu legend relates that Vishnu spawned Tulsi from the turbulent seas in order to help all mankind. According to popular Indian belief, Wherever Tulsi is planted, the place becomes, sanctified as a place of pilgrimage and the sepoys of Lord Death dare not enter that place. In India, the Tulsi is regarded as the most sacred plant.