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Is tamalapaku/ betel leaf sacred?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 08 Mar '13 05:23 am
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Yes tamalapaku/ betel leaf is also one of the sacred leaves that is the reason whenever there is any puja or any special occasion we use it.

It is also known as Nagavalli leaf or god leaf. It is said at the head part of the leaf, Godess Lakshmi devi resides and at middle part Lord Shiva along with Godess Parvathi, at end part Godess Sarasvathi resides. It is also said gods, Indra, Manmadha, Vishnu, Brahma always reside on tamalapaku. Also we should not use dried or torn leaf at any occasion
Answered by LIPSIKA, 08 Mar '13 05:25 am

 
  
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Yes tamalapaku/ betel leaf is also one of the sacred leaves that is the reason whenever there is any puja or any special occasion we use it.

It is also known as Nagavalli leaf or god leaf. It is said at the head part of the leaf, Godess Lakshmi devi resides and at middle part Lord Shiva along with Godess Parvathi, at end part Godess Sarasvathi resides. It is also said gods, Indra, Manmadha, Vishnu, Brahma always reside on tamalapaku. Also we should not use dried or torn leaf at any occasion
Answered by Quest, 08 Mar '13 11:27 am

 
  
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Yes boss
Answered by rajan, 08 Mar '13 05:37 am

 
  
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