Worshiping these five gods every day…
In Sanatan Dharma, worship is considered to be of special importance. Pooja after morning bath and evening worship at dusk is said to be mandatory for Hindu families in scriptures.
Along with this, in addition to the methods of worship, some special rules have also been given in the scriptures about the objects in the place of worship or house of worship. It is not only compulsory for every Hindu to follow these rules but it is his ultimate religion.
Many important things related to the worship of deities have been told in Sanatan Dharma texts. These things are very important. Sanatana Dharma is considered to be the presiding deity i.e. Adi Panchdev, which includes Surya, Sriganesh, Durga, Shiva and Vishnu.
In such a situation, today we are telling you some important things related to the worship of Adi Panchdev. Every person desiring happiness must worship these five gods every day.
According to the rules of worship in Sanatan Dharma, flowers should be broken for worship only after taking bath. According to the Vayu Purana, a person who worships a person without offering a bath or offering flowers or tulsi leaves to the deities, does not accept the deity.
Keep these things in mind in worship –
: Agastya flowers should not be offered in the worship of the Sun.
: Tulsi leaves are considered taboo in the worship of Lord Shriganesh.
: Ketaki flowers are forbidden in the worship of Shiva.
At the same time, 5 items kept in the worship house are also considered necessary, which should be in every Hindu’s house. These include Ganga water, Tulsi, book of Ramayana, Geeta, Shankh, as well as Tulsi tree in the house.
Do not place any junk or weight on the place of worship. Take care of purity at the place of worship.
According to Shivpuran, the Durva offered to Shriganesh should be twelve fingers long and three knot. One should worship Sri Ganesha from 101 or 121 Durva. Yellow silk silk cloth should be offered to please Vishnu. To appease Durga, Surya and Shriganesh, red colored clothes should be offered.
In the worship of the deities, the scent (sandalwood, kumkum, abir, gulal, turmeric, mehndi) should be applied to the ring finger. A lamp of pure ghee should be kept on its left side and oil lamp on its right side. In worship, the deities must show incense, lamps and nevaidya (bhog) must also be present.
Remember, never extinguish the lamp yourself. God should never offer stale water, flowers and leaves. Ganga water, basil leaves, bilvapatra and lotus, these four are not stale in any stage. Seven revolutions of Lord Surya, three of Sriganesh, four of Vishnu and three of Shiva.