Varaha Avatar of Lord Vishnu Figurine made in brass metal, this set comes with Lord Varaha Figurine, chandan paste - 50 gms, tulsi mala, Vishnu pujan plate yantra - 3 inches, Vishnu shankh, Vishnu Vrunda Abhishekh oil - 50 ml, velvet gadi, and Varaha Incense - 100 gms and additional option of Abhishek tray, kalash and glass.
Varaha was the third Avatar of Vishnu in Hinduism. Varaha may be depicted completely as a boar or in an anthropomorphic form, with a boar's head and human body. The rescued earth lifted by Varaha is often depicted as a young woman called Bhudevi. The earth may be depicted as a mass of land balanced on his tusk.
Once the four sons of Lord Brahma visited Vaikunt, the abode of Lord Vishnu to pay their respect and seek his blessings. The two guards of Vaikunt namely Jaya and Vijaya had grown proud over time and they denied entry to the four sages without a reason. To teach them a lesson and put them in the right track, the four sages cursed that they shall lose their position and be born on the earth.
When Jaya and Vijaya realized their mistake, they pleaded for pardon and the curse was revised that they shall be born thrice on the earth as demons and shall be killed by Vishnu every time upon which they shall attain their original status as the guards of Vaikunt once again.
In their first birth, they were born as Hiranyakashyap and Hiranyaksha. Upon their birth, all the three worlds shook as though there were strong tremors. Indra was terribly afraid and approached Lord Vishnu. The Lord assured Indra that when the time was ripe, he would kill the demons and save all the worlds.
Tulsi wood, which is in the family of basil, is the most sacred of all wood in the Hindu tradition. Tulasi mala are considered to be auspicious for the wearer, and believed to put them under the protection of Hanuman against evil spirit. They have such a strong association with Vaishnavas.
Tulasi has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda for its diverse healing properties. It is mentioned in the Charaka Samhita. Tulsi is considered to be an adaptogen, balancing different processes in the body, and helpful for adapting to stress. Marked by its strong aroma and astringent taste, it is regarded in Ayurveda as a kind of "elixir of life" and believed to promote longevity.
Sandalwood paste is integral to rituals and ceremonies, to mark religious utensils and to decorate the icons of the deities. It is also distributed to devotees, who apply it to the forehead or the neck and chest.
Shaligram Oil used to before bathing of yantra and idol, this fragrance of the oil gets a touch to divinity.
According to Indian Mythology, the habit of burning incenses, barks and herbs, form a part of rituals. Agarbatti /incense sticks are said to be the fragrance ambassador of India.
Spread the aura of sanctity and peace by burning these sticks in your prayer room and let the fragrance spread its serenity throughout the premises, awakening the inner stillness.
Vishnu Sudarshan Chakra Shankh is a Rare, Natural item, its use to bring luck and spiritual. Tantric rituals his resembles the Sudarshan Chakra worship of its will be blessed with money good health and prospering. Hang its in front of the house bury in the foundation of the building it can be worship with Gomti chakra and Saligram also.
Holy Abhishek Patra sets of God and Goddess made of brass and copper material. This set combination of brass bathing tray, and copper sombu kalash. This tray can be used for bathing and worshipping of God and Goddess. Its broad central part, light weight and broad water exit makes it easy to use.
Abhishek is a religious ceremony of holy bath given to a deity. The word abhishek means a sprinkling. It is derived from the root sic, to wet, and with the prefix abhi, "around," Abhisheka is literally, "wetting around." An Abhishek is the bathing part of a puja that usually is done with sacred water. In puja, a deity is called, seated, greeted, bathed, dressed, fed and praised. The bathing of the deity is the ABHISHEKA part of the puja. During an elaborate bathing ceremony a deity is bathed not only in water, but also with milk, yogurt, butter milk, honey, clarified butter, sugar, and all kinds of fruit juices. After this bathing, the sacred image is dressed, ornamented, fed and praised with hymns accompanied with bells, drums and other instruments.
Offering Sugar cane juice, for example, help please the Goddess of wealth Laxmi. The various other offerings have different meaning and gives different results to the devotee. Offering honey may bring riches and financial gains, milk would help a person attain a baby boy, ghee is offered to expand your family lineage and have a fulfilling life, offering Ganga water would help devotees to attain Moksha, and pure water Abhishek would help remove troubles from one's life and fulfill special wishes.
Thus, one should be aware of the type of Abhishek you wish to offer and the kind of blessings you wish to gain. Offering Abhishek is of grave importance and has a lot of prominence in Hindu culture. It pleases the almighty, brings peace of mind and makes one realize of the purpose of life. One becomes more open to embrace life and the realities associated with it.
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