Cynodon dactylonor the Bermuda grass as the Dhurva grass is known finds a special place in the worship of Lord Ganesha. Dhurva is derived from two words duhu and avam that would mean that which is far and is bought closer. Hence by the offering of Dhurva grass the devotee can experience the spiritual pavitrikas or particles of Lord Ganesha. There are lot of spiritual benefits that one can experience in terms of negating negative energy and experience the positive vibrations emitted through this Dhurva grass. It is believed that Dhurva grass in number of 21 should be offered to Lord Ganesha. Basically the number of Dhurva grass offered should be odd in numbers like 5, 7, since it relates to emissions of certain energies or Shakti. A special way of offering these grass during the worship of the deity follows, that can be explored through a family Pundit or Pujari in a Ganesha temple.