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Cord burning , Mohini Pooja & Purnima Pooja By Puja Rai


Cord Burning (marriage) Amavasaya Special Pooja & Akashan mohit By Puja rai

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Cord Burning (marriage) & Jal Bashikaran Amavasaya special pooja By Puja Rai


  1. Cord Burning (marriage):
    • In Hindu marriages, a ritual called “Janeu” or “Yajnopavita” ceremony involves the groom wearing a sacred thread (usually made of cotton) around his torso. This thread symbolizes his readiness and eligibility to perform religious rituals and signifies his commitment to uphold certain principles and responsibilities in life. The ritual of “Cord Burning” might refer to a custom associated with this thread, which can vary based on regional and cultural practices within Hinduism.
  2. Jal Bashikaran:
    • “Jal Bashikaran” refers to a purification ritual involving water. It is typically performed during certain lunar phases, such as on an Amavasya (new moon day), which is considered auspicious for spiritual practices and rituals aimed at purification and cleansing.
  3. Amavasaya special puja:
    • Amavasya is the new moon day in the Hindu lunar calendar, occurring roughly once a month. It is believed to be a time when spiritual energies are heightened and ideal for performing certain rituals, including pujas (prayer ceremonies). A special puja (worship ritual) conducted on Amavasya might be aimed at seeking blessings, offering gratitude, or performing specific spiritual practices for various purposes, such as prosperity, health, or spiritual growth.

These rituals and practices are deeply rooted in Hindu traditions and vary in specifics across different regions and communities. They often reflect spiritual beliefs, cultural norms, and the significance of specific celestial timings in Hindu astrology and cosmology.


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