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These Regular puja package contains the following items:
Loose Rose and Marigold Mix – 200gm
Loose Samanthi or Chrysanthemum both yellow and white, with a mix of rose flowers are popular in Pooja rituals. Festivals such Ganesh puja, onam, dasshera or worship of any deity is incomplete without the offering of such flowers. Such flowers can also daily be used in households as offerings to the deities during Pooja rituals.
Any flower Strings – 60cm
These are flower strings made of any traditional flowers that can be used for auspicious functions, special celebrations and deity worship. These flower strings are also widely used during weddings, engagements, birthday anniversaries, Upanayanam or any Bharatanatyam stage show.
According to the Hindus Tulasi is given the status of a ‘Mother’, and is considered as a sacred leaf for religious and spiritual devout. To explore on the medicinal benefits the antibiotic property of this sacred leaf is considered to be of paramount. Such is the power of this holy leaf. Devotees of the Hindu religion consider Tulasi leaf to be liked byLord Vishnu and offer Tulasi mala as a special offering in Lord Vishnu temples during Vaikuntha Ekadashi.
2.Dhurva Grass bunch
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.
3. Betel Leaf
One of the most important puja items in Hindu rituals is the betel leaves, especially in South Indian pujas. In regional languages in India it is known as Pan, Nag Ve, Vetta or Vettila. The popular belief is that all the important deities are present in the betel leaf.
This leaf is trifoliate and is believed that these three signify for the three eyes of Lord Shiva by some while some signify it to be the three lords, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Vilvam leaf is dear to Lord Shiva. This sacred leaf has descriptions in theShiva Purana and Skanda Purana. Additionally few devotes believe Vilvam leaf to be originated fromGoddess Mahalakshmi.