Rudraksha tree is known as Elaeocarpus ganitrus. It is a large evergreen tree that usually grows in a subtropical climate. This tree is mainly found in the foothill of the Himalayas, in the Gangetic plains, and the regions of Southeast Asia including Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Rudraksha seeds are also known as blueberry seeds as the outer husk of the seed is blue when fully ripe. Lord Shiva is also often depicted in blue representing infinity. This seed is of great significance among the spiritual seekers because of its association with Lord Shiva. It is revered as a manifestation of the tears that the Lord once shed.