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Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 79

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Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 79
This section Helpful Tips is all about Frequently Arising Questions. Shri Shri Anand Guruji, shares the knowledge on general topics and Hindu Sanathana Dharma in his Pranavam Television Programme telecasted in ETV Kannada Channel, which i have put in this section. Guruji also shares information of knowledge on Vasthu Shastra and lot of Helpful stuffs. Many People have lot of doubts on Hindu Sanathana Dharma, which is also covered in this section.
Please do ask a priest or elders, if you have any doubts in below, who knows very well about our customs and practices and clarify the same.

  • Offering Garland of Betel Leaves to Lord Anjaneya/Hanuman:

    Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 79After the success in the war against Ravana, Sita Devi spotted hanuman in a betel leaf garden when hanuman bowed to her feet seeking her blessings. Sita devi plucked few betel leaves and showered on hanuman in order to bless him, so the tradition is still followed.

    Another story goes that when Sri Hanuman conveyed the message from Sri Rama, Sita Devi garlanded Sri Hanuman with a betel vine as a token of Her joy and appreciation, as she could not find any flowers nearby. Betel leaves should be made into a garland with a piece of arecanut in each leaf.

    You can also offer Rama Naam jaap garland. It's easy to make. Take a plain sheet of paper (orange/sindhoor color looks good though), tear it into equal sizes of mini squares. Write Sree Rama Jayam or Sree Rama. Roll the papers cylindrically, make a garland by tying the rolled papers with a thread. Decorate hanuman ji with rama naam jaap garland. If you fail to find betel leaves or cannot prepare vada or appam mala's, this is the simplest way to offer a garland to Hanuma.

    You can also write Sree Rama Jayam or Sree Rama in betel leaves while offering.
  • Can we touch betel leaves with feet?

    Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 79No, we should not touch betel leaves with our feet.
  • Shape of Kalasha in Betel Leaf:

    Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 79In a rare case, if you happen to find the shape of Kalasha, also spelled as Kalash and kalasa, is a metal (brass, copper, silver or gold) pot with a large base and small mouth, large enough to hold a coconut. Sometimes "Kalasha" also refers to such a pot filled with water and topped with a coronet of mango leaves and a coconut. In the betel leaves, you can frame it and offer pooja. The leaf should be dried in shade. Do not frame it when not dried.
  • Betel Leaves in Lord Vishnu Temples:

    Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 79In Temples where Lord Vishnu resides with his consort, during the closure of Temple betel leaves and nuts are kept near the Lord. This procedure is followed in most of the Vishnu temples including Tirupati.


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