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Pooja mei phool kyu hotey h?

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Asked by Pooja Rastogi, 27 Sep '12 01:31 pm
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Flowers are used in all Hindu poojas irrespective of whether they are carried out at home or at temples. Flowers serve as mediums to communicate to God. Furthermore, the fragrance of flowers induces devotion and sets the mood for worship. When flowers are offered to deities, there is a mechanism which functions to release divine energy into the atmosphere. Flowers attract the inherent divine or positive elements in the space and emits them through their petals, thereby charging the atmosphere with divine and positive vibrations.

Different flowers are associated for the worship of different deities in Hinduism.

Below mentioned are the flowers for worship of different deities according to the Hindu faith.

Lord Ganesha: Arugampul or Bermuda grass commonly found everywhere is the most auspicious offering to Lord Ganesha. Vel Erukampoo (White colour) or Calotropis Gigantea (Botanical name) is also considered as auspicious for the worship of Lord Ganesha.

Lord Shiva: It is well ...more
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 27 Sep '12 01:37 pm

 
  
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Agarbatti bhi to hoti he ...
Answered by skdmumbai, 27 Sep '12 01:32 pm

 
  
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Samarpit karne ke liye.
Answered by harpreet, 27 Sep '12 01:31 pm

 
  
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Pooja is the state of mind.Pooja me Samerpan hote hai.
Answered by ravisinha, 19 Apr 02:28 pm

 
  
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To let the mandir be filled with good smell! that is why during pooja we need to be clean and smell good! people buy perfumes and put them as pooja. www.fragranceon.com can help select from a variety of flowery smells!
Answered by fussyfragrance, 08 Nov '12 12:07 am

 
  
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Honouring is a sign of divine love. That honouring is called Pooja. The ceremony of Pooja indicates what nature is already doing for you. The Divine worships you in so many forms. In Pooja you offer everything back to the Divine. Flowers offered in Pooja because the flower is a symbol of love.

Pooja ke do phool chadhaa kar, kehta hai insaan
ke mujhko mil jaaye Bhagwaan
o moorakh, o naadaan, itna nahin aasaan
ke tujhko mil jaaye Bhagwaan
Answered by Devdas, 27 Sep '12 02:43 pm

 
  
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For decoration. Aoart from this in performing puja as a part of the ritual 5 elements of nature are offered to the deity. Fire in the form of lamp, air in the form of waving, water as charnamrit, sky by rotating the arathi light to represent the movement of the sun in the sky and earth in the form of produces of the earth like fruits, flowers, chandan etc.
Answered by Shyam, 27 Sep '12 01:40 pm

 
  
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