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Why we do Puja and Importance of Puja in Life

Importance of Puja in Life


Puja means Prayer or Idol worship. Puja is offering of flowers, water, and food to the divine. Puja or Pooja is a worship ritual performed by Hindus and prayer to one or more deities. It may celebrate the presence of a special guest(s) or spiritually celebrate an event.

Jain and Buddhists also hold puja. In Hindu practice, puja performs on a variety of occasions. It includes a daily puja done in the home or occasional temple ceremonies and annual festivals. In other cases, puja performed to mark a few lifetime events, such as the birth of a baby or a wedding. We also perform puja to begin a new venture. Durga Puja, Lakshmi Puja, Ganesh festival we performed in temples. The act of puja is a symbolic offering of one's whole mind and body, thoughts, desires, actions, and possessions to God as a mark of devotion and surrender, enjoying whatever comes in return as a gift from him.

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The two main places where puja is performed are in the house and at temples. Puja is a ceremony or ritual during which we make offerings to a deity to receive blessings or good fortune as prasad. Brahmamuhurtha, between 2:00 am to 6:00 am, is the best time to perform puja. But some puja has to perform at evening time also. The component of puja varies according to region, part of country, occasion, time of the day, needs of worshipper, steps followed, or deity honored.

In Hinduism, Each day of the week is dedicated to God or Goddess. Like per day, we worship God. Sunday is dedicated to Lord Surya; on Monday, we worship Lord Shiva; on Tuesday, we perform Durgapujan, Saturday we worship Hanumana. During worship, we use many items, which are kept on a Puja tray. The items include a bell, a diva lamp, a pot of water, a pot of kumkum powder, and a spoon. Puja involves offering light, incense, flowers, and food to the Gods.

Main part of Puja is "AARTI". Aarti is one important part of worship in the Indian temple and at the house is the waving of lighted lamps before the deity or a person to be honored. In performing the rituals, the worshipper circles the lamp three or more times in a clockwise direction while chanting a prayer. In Indian households, aarti is a commonly observed ritual accorded incredibly honored guests. It is also a part of many festivals.

There are different types of pooja. Some are worshiped at the house. It is also universally worshipped in all Hindu Temples. Annually we perform puja are Durga puja, Navgrah Havan, Laxmi pooja, Thread ceremony, Baby shower, Wedding, Shanti Pooja, SatyaNarayan Puja, Ganesh Puja. When the position of Grah in our Birthchart/Kundali gets disturbed that time, we perform Narayan Nagbali Puja, Kaal Sarp Dosh Nivaran Puja, Rudra Abhishek, Kumbh Vivah, Tripindi Shradh Puja, and Mahamrityunjay Jaap Vidhi. Mainly these pujas are performed at Trimbakeshwar, Nashik, Maharashtra. At Trimbakeshwar, there is a specific group of Panditji called Purohit Sangh. They will guide to perform puja in Trimbakeshwar Temple. They all are Tamrapatradhari Pandit, who has only and the only Birthright to perform Pooja in Trimbakeshwar Temple


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Importance of Pooja in life

Puja is the fantastic form of divine worship in Hinduism to keep us in harmony, which removes the sorrows of life and bringing happiness to life. By performing puja, spiritual vibrations get created around us. These spiritual vibrations work to eliminate influences in our lives and help surround us with positive energy and bring us peace of mind.

It is said that Lord Shiva should, and Goddess Parvati should worship each day. Of course, no worship begins without remembering Lord Ganesha. A worshiper is required to be pure in the body and the mind. Puja includes all five senses in the ritual: smell, touch, sight, sound, and taste. A puja is a beautiful experience with colorful fruits and flowers, the scent of incense sticks and fragrances, sacred hymns, the sounds of conch shells and bells with songs, etc. Some pujas may be done by the worshipper alone, whereas others may need a Priest or Guruji. Puja may be performed for a specific announced reason or simply as an act of devotion. 

Puja is one of the essential procedures of the day. Performing the same helps calm down the mind and prepares you to face the day ahead with on the feet. During a Puja, we often repeat sacred Stotras or Mantras that help us to connect to God. Puja makes our minds peaceful and creates a tranquil atmosphere at home. Also, To awaken the God or goddess and symbolize the beginning of the worship. Making a colored mark on the worshipper's forehead shows honor to the deity and reminds the worshipper of their devotion throughout the day. 

"Pooja is just an amazing way to connect with God."

I hope this blog will help you to understand Pooja and its importance in life. 

24 May '21 Monday

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