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Learn 16 Step Puja Worship in Hindusim or Shodasa – Upachara Puja ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1.  Avahanam - Invocation 2.  Asanam - Seat 3.  Padyam - Water for Washing the Feet 4.  Arghyam - Water for Washing the Hands 5.  Acamaniyam - Water for Inner Purification 6.  Madhuparkam - Sweet 7.  Snanam - Bath ~~~~~~~~~~~~ https://www.pinterest.com/legacyofwisdom/legacy-of-wisdom/

Learn 16 Step Puja Worship in Hindusim or Shodasa – Upachara Puja ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. Avahanam - Invocation 2. Asanam - Seat 3. Padyam - Water for Washing the Feet 4. Arghyam - Water for Washing the Hands 5. Acamaniyam - Water for Inner Purification 6. Madhuparkam - Sweet 7. Snanam - Bath ~~~~~~~~~~~~ https://www.pinterest.com/legacyofwisdom/legacy-of-wisdom/

12 Forms of Ganesha explained ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1.  MAHA GANAPATI         The Supreme Ganesha, blesses us with overall success and protection in all aspects of life.  2.  DWIJA GANESA         The twice-born, blesses us with good health and prosperity.  He is depicted as having four heads and four hands with rosary beads, a book, a water vessel.  To know more forms, kindly click on blog link: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://legacyofwisdom.blogspot.in/2016/09/12-forms-of-ganesha.html

12 Forms of Ganesha explained ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. MAHA GANAPATI The Supreme Ganesha, blesses us with overall success and protection in all aspects of life. 2. DWIJA GANESA The twice-born, blesses us with good health and prosperity. He is depicted as having four heads and four hands with rosary beads, a book, a water vessel. To know more forms, kindly click on blog link: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://legacyofwisdom.blogspot.in/2016/09/12-forms-of-ganesha.html

Atmeeyam : (  22/10/2012. ) : HINDU FASTS & FESTIVALS :1-1.

Atmeeyam : ( 22/10/2012. ) : HINDU FASTS & FESTIVALS :1-1.

Tulasi Puja’ is a popular Hindu Ritual which is performed today in the evening by women of all ages. it is the marriage of Tulasi (Holy Basil) to Lord Vishnu.

Tulasi Puja’ is a popular Hindu Ritual which is performed today in the evening by women of all ages. it is the marriage of Tulasi (Holy Basil) to Lord Vishnu.

In Indian Culture Why should every son perform ritual of Shraddha Ceremony? -- ~~~~  For a householder the scriptures have imposed the Panca Maha Yagnas, the five great sacrifices as obligatory duties of life.   and one is Pitr Yajna (sacrifice to ancestors)  The neglect of these duties entails penalty.   -- To know more, kindly click on the link ~~ http://legacyofwisdom.blogspot.in/2012/09/why-should-every-son-perform-ritual-of.html

In Indian Culture Why should every son perform ritual of Shraddha Ceremony? -- ~~~~ For a householder the scriptures have imposed the Panca Maha Yagnas, the five great sacrifices as obligatory duties of life. and one is Pitr Yajna (sacrifice to ancestors) The neglect of these duties entails penalty. -- To know more, kindly click on the link ~~ http://legacyofwisdom.blogspot.in/2012/09/why-should-every-son-perform-ritual-of.html

In Indian Culture..Why do we prostrate before parents and elders? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~        Indians prostrate to their parents, elders, teachers and noble souls by touching their feet.  The elder in turn blesses us by placing his or her hand on or over our heads.  Prostration is done daily.    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To know more, click on the link: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://legacyofwisdom.blogspot.in/2013/02/why-do-we-prostrate-before-parents-and.html

In Indian Culture..Why do we prostrate before parents and elders? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Indians prostrate to their parents, elders, teachers and noble souls by touching their feet. The elder in turn blesses us by placing his or her hand on or over our heads. Prostration is done daily. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To know more, click on the link: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://legacyofwisdom.blogspot.in/2013/02/why-do-we-prostrate-before-parents-and.html

The seven horses of the suns chariot-1. Gayatri, 2. Samvrihati, 3. Ushnik, 4. Jagati 5. Trishtubh, 6. Anushtubh, 7. Pankti  The chariot of Lord Surya is pulled by seven horses. Hence, he is sometimes referred to as Saptashva (Lord of Seven Horses).

The seven horses of the suns chariot-1. Gayatri, 2. Samvrihati, 3. Ushnik, 4. Jagati 5. Trishtubh, 6. Anushtubh, 7. Pankti The chariot of Lord Surya is pulled by seven horses. Hence, he is sometimes referred to as Saptashva (Lord of Seven Horses).

A symbol of Jainism consisting of a hand and a wheel reading "ahimsa", the Jain vow of non-violence.

A symbol of Jainism consisting of a hand and a wheel reading "ahimsa", the Jain vow of non-violence.

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