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Surya Puja & Dhanvantari Puja By Rajesh S




Surya Puja and Dhanvantari Puja are two significant rituals in Hinduism, each dedicated to different deities and serving distinct purposes.

  1. Surya Puja: Surya, the sun god, holds a central place in Hindu mythology and rituals. Surya Puja is performed to seek blessings from Surya for good health, prosperity, success, and overall well-being. It’s usually done at sunrise, facing the east, as the sun rises. The rituals involve offering water, flowers, incense, and other symbolic items to the sun god, along with chanting of mantras dedicated to Surya.
  2. Dhanvantari Puja: Dhanvantari is considered the god of Ayurveda, the ancient system of medicine in Hinduism. Dhanvantari Puja is performed to invoke his blessings for good health, healing, and well-being. This puja is often conducted during the auspicious occasion of Dhanteras or on Dhanvantari Jayanti, which falls on the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha (waning phase of the moon) in the month of Ashwin (September-October). Devotees perform rituals, recite prayers, and offer traditional items like flowers, incense, and lamps to Dhanvantari during this puja.

Both of these pujas are deeply rooted in the spiritual and cultural fabric of Hinduism, and they symbolize the reverence and devotion towards the respective deities for health, prosperity, and overall well-being.

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