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Cord Burning (marriage) & Mohinikoron Amavasaya Special Pooja By Puja Rai


Cord burning and Mohini Ekadashi are rituals associated with Hindu traditions, each with its own significance.

  1. Cord Burning (marriage): In Hindu weddings, the ceremony of cord burning, also known as “Mangalsutra Dharana” or “Mangalya Dharanam,” is a pivotal ritual. It involves the groom tying a sacred thread (mangalsutra) around the bride’s neck, symbolizing their marital bond and commitment to each other. This thread is considered auspicious and symbolizes the union of the couple in matrimony. The ritual is often accompanied by prayers and blessings from the priest and family members, marking the beginning of their married life.
  2. Mohinikoron Amavasaya Special Pooja: Mohinikoron Amavasaya, also known as Mohini Ekadashi, is a significant day in the Hindu calendar dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It falls on the 11th day (Ekadashi) of the waxing or waning moon phase. Devotees observe this day with fasting and special prayers to seek Lord Vishnu’s blessings for prosperity, well-being, and spiritual growth. Amavasya (new moon day) is considered especially potent for performing spiritual practices and rituals to honor ancestors and seek their blessings.

Both rituals hold deep spiritual and cultural significance within Hinduism, emphasizing the importance of commitment in marriage and the observance of religious practices for spiritual upliftment.


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