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Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 87

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Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 87
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.

  • Can we put salt for the dish offered as Naivedyam?

    Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 87No, we should not use salt for the dish offered as Naivedyam, food offered to a Hindu deity as part of a worship ritual, before eating it. As such, tasting during preparation or eating the food before offering it to God is forbidden. The food is placed before a deity and prayers are offered. Then the food is consumed as a holy offering.
    You can put salt and consume it after offering it to deity.
  • Centella Asiatica (Saraswathi Plant):

    Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 87Take an Banana cut it into 09 pieces. You can use any kind of Banana. Light ghee lamp on these nine banana pieces under Centella Asiatica plant (Ondelaga in Kannada ; Vallaarai in Tamil ; Mandukaparni in Sanskrit) for period of 11 days and offer your prayers for good education. Even dull students will have some improvement in education after following this procedure.
  • Magha Masa Snana (Holy Bath):

    Helpful Tips on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles - 87The month starting the end of Pushya masa and before the beginning of Phalguna masa is known as MAGHA MASA. According to sage NARADA month occurs in three ways ..

    1. From poornima to poornima it is knwon as poornimaantamasa : In this type pushya poornima to magha poornima is known as MAGHA MASA

    2. From amavasya to amavasya is known as amavasyantamaas : In this krama pushya amavasya to magha amavasya will be magha masa. Both above are chandra maana masa.

    3. From one solar ingress to another solar ingress is known as saurmasa : In this krama the month starting from makar sankranti to kumbha sankranti is known as magha masa. This is saura maana masa.

    In these three types of magha masa, one can choose any one as per their tradition or can choose all the three types of months for snana which will give immense punya.

    In this month rivers keep saying aloud from arunoday time till suryodaya i.e during early morning "Please come take bath, we shall relieve you of all sins. Lets see who is lucky among you, who is the fortunate one!".

    All and everyone from small kids to the eldest should take bath during magha masa in a river (running water). This will give all sorts of desires to the one who takes bath.

    While doing this snana, one should not cover oneself with sweater or blanket while going to the river. If one gets trouble by the cold wind then one must resist such a cold weather and continue the snana. One must never try to get rid of cold during the snana. If one does the snana in this manner taking the cold into ones stride, with each step he takes towards river while going and coming from river ONE GETS ASHWAMEDHA YAGNYA punya for each step. One should not use fire agni before or after snana, to relieve oneself from cold weather.

    After getting purified i.e bathing, one has to offer Ganga Aarti with 108 lamps, but it is not possible to light 108 lamps at a time due wind and other reasons. Hence offer it with lighting 108 puffed wicks. The wicks must be soaked in ghee before lighting it.

    If this procedure is followed with full devotion, all your karmas, sins and sins done by ancestors knowingly of unknowingly or any kind of doshas will be relieved. Follow this procedure every year or when you find time. It must be a continuous process.

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