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Hindu pujas are the world’s oldest religious practices. The aim of a Vedic ritual (Hindu puja) is to invoke the Divine and seek His blessings. A puja is performed on a particular day when the cosmic and divine elements are spiritually super-charged. A ‘Muhurat’, an exact auspicious time for a puja Read More...



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Puja Accessories: A Quintessential Part Of Hindu Worshipping

Hinduism rests heavily on its many and varied rites and rituals, which differ vastly among individuals, sects, casts, communities, villages and regions. What makes Hindu rituals so special is that the religion offers many similar features too, which bind Hindus spread across the globe, amazingly linking them into a single unit, even influencing other major religions of the world. Hindus visit temples to conduct their religious worship. But predominantly, they consider home the best place to perform basic religious rites and rituals, on an everyday basis. The religion stipulates various kinds of rituals one can conduct at various times of the day, especially during dawn and dusk. And this is where using the right Puja Items and Puja Accessories comes into play.

Puja Items and Puja Accessories

Every rightly done puja involves bathing the deities with holy water, lighting the lamp, taking aarti, offering food before the images, reciting prayers and singing bhajans (devotional songs). Each puja involves the use of a variety of materials specified in that particular puja vidhi. The simplest of pujas requires offering of pushpam (flowers), phalam (fruit), toyam (water), karpuram (camphor) and naivedyam (food). The more elaborate puja rituals need more materials. Some Puja items have to be unfailingly present in any auspicious ceremony, while others are used only for specific pujas on special occasions. At Chakra Yog, we bring to you the most auspiciously designed, high quality Puja Items and Puja Accessories.

Hindu Puja Items: A Quick Glossary

Each and every Puja items has a reason and a symbolic significance behind it. We now look at the significance of each of these Puja-related objects.

  1. • Puja Thalis hold all of the essential puja items and can be copper, silver or gold plated. These are also used for aartis. Different designs of thalis are available for different occasions
  2. • Navgraha Shanti packs including Ketu Shanti pack, Rahu Shanti pack, Shani Shanti pack etc. consists of different small items that are necessary to carry out certain puja.
  3. • Holy water is an essential for types of pujas as they are used to cleanse the deity, and for offering Abhishek. Different types of holy water are Rudraksha Water, Gulabjal, Kewra, Gangajal, Gomutra etc. and these are used in different ceremonies.
  4. • Sindoors and tilaks are used by both men and women after puja as it is a symbol of invoking the divine. The variants available are the sandalwood powder, red sandal powder, Haldi-Kumkum, Kesari gandh, Kamakhya Sindoor etc.
  5. • Incense sticks of various fragrances and elegant incense stick holders can be seen in almost every Indian ceremony.
  6. • Decorative and auspicious Jhulas or swings for home temples.
  7. • Dhoop is made of various incense ingredients which are made into a paste and rolled. The smoke from the dhoop, when it is burned, is believed to ward off negative energies. The dhoop burns in the dhoop burner.
  8. • The betel nut symbolizes the ego and the hard coarse qualities that must be surrendered to the Lord. • Camphor is used, as it represents the negative qualities in us. When camphor burns, it leaves no trace. Camphor is burned in a camphor burner.
  9. • The bell is used for invoking the Gods. It also produces an auspicious sound. Moreover, it helps drown any inauspicious or irrelevant noises. These are just a few of the Hindu puja items that are used in traditional rituals, along with some other items like potteries, lotas, chowkis, chopdas, diyas, Rudraksha malas, flowers and grains etc. Pujas and puja accessories help the devotee to concentrate on spirituality and connect with the divine force. Choosing the correct puja items and maintaining its purity thus becomes a path to liberation for the devotee.


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