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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Keep some special things in worship

 Keep some special things in worship

In our religious texts, many important things related to the worship of the Gods have been told. These things are very important. Today we are telling you some important things related to worship - Surya, Sriganesh, Durga, Shiva and Vishnu have been called Panchdev. Every person desiring happiness must worship these five gods every day. Ketaki flowers are forbidden in the worship of Shiva.

Agastya flowers should not be offered in the worship of the Sun. Tulsi leaves are considered taboo in the worship of Lord Shriganesh. Flowers should be plucked for worship only after taking bath. According to the Vayu Purana, a person who worships a person without offering a bath or offering flowers or tulsi leaves to the deities does not accept the deity.

In the worship of the deities, the smell (sandalwood, kumkum, abir, gulal, turmeric, mehndi) should be applied to the ring finger. A lamp of pure ghee should be kept on its left side and oil lamp on its right side. In worship, the deities must show incense, lamps and nevaidya (bhog) must also be present.

Never extinguish the lamp yourself. God should never offer stale water, flowers and leaves. Ganga water, basil leaves, bilvapatra and lotus, these four are not stale in any stage. Seven revolutions of Lord Surya, three of Sriganesh, four of Vishnu and three of Shiva.

Do not place any junk or weight on the place of worship. Take care of purity at the place of worship. According to Shivpuran, the Durva offered to Shriganesh should be twelve fingers long and three knot. One should worship Sri Ganesha from 101 or 121 Durva. Yellow silk silk cloth should be offered to please Vishnu. To appease Durga, Surya and Shriganesh, one should offer red colored clothes.

Saturday, September 19, 2020

How to please Hanuman ji, what to offer, what to wear


How to please Hanuman ji, what to offer, what to wear

According to astrological scriptures, if a person in distress takes some special measures to please Hanumanji on Saturday, then his problems can be overcome in no time.

"Crisis severed, all pied. Joe Sumire Hanumat Balbeera."

Whether the problem is related to the common life or the workplace, Hanuman Ji's Sumiran destroys all kinds of problems. According to astrology scriptures, if the person in distress takes some special measures to please Hanumanji on Saturday, then in no time his troubles can be removed and his luck can change. Jyotishacharya Sakshi Sharma is telling some tried-out tips that will get rid of all your troubles as soon as possible.

1. To get the blessings of Hanuman ji, one should worship Lord Rama and recite Hanuman Chalisa regularly. If you cannot do it everyday, then read it on Saturday.

2. To appease Hanuman ji, on Saturday, devotees offer him various kinds of offerings and also offer many things. The offering of red mung bean to Lord Hanuman fulfills the wishes of the devotees.

3. Bundi is offered to Lord Hanuman on Tuesday. Keep in mind that it is red colored.

4. Hanuman ji loves vermilion. On Saturday, sindoor is offered to Hanuman ji. If your problem is not taking the name of ending, then you should offer vermilion on Hanuman temple on Saturday.

5. You can offer any flower garland to Hanuman ji but he likes marigold flowers very much. On Saturday, while offering a garland of flowers to Hanuman ji, tell us your concern. Soon it will be resolved.


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