A brass panchpatra and pali set (also called charan amrit set) is an integral part of poojas where in the holy charan amrit is placed before the pooja and then distributed upon the Pooja's completion.The Charanamrit literally means Amrit (Holy Nectar) from the Charan (Feet of the Lord) of the worshipped deity and is partaken as a sacred offering or a holy gift after the completion of the pooja.In many Hindu homes the cooked food is first offered to the Lord each day and is then consumed by everyone else. The offered food is mixed with the rest of the food and then served as prasad.
It is also used to clean hands of the devotees during the puja.Few drops of water is taken in Pali and the hands are symbolically cleaned with it.
Although you can prepare numerous kinds of Charanamrit but the most pure Charanamrit is traditionally considered to be a thoughtful mixture of the five essential elements - ghee (clarified butter), water (preferably water from the Ganga),curd,honey and tulsi leaves.This pious combination of the five primary elements is the Holy Charanamrit and is then offered from the Panchpatra & Pali Set to everyone in the home at the end of your daily worship or any other festive Pooja.
Panchapatra: 2.5 inches (H) x 2.25 inches (Base) X 3 inches (Top Daimeter)
Pali: 4.25 inches (L)
Design: Made in pure brass
Brass is well known for its grasping capacity. It grasps the divine spirit upto 30%, when compared to other metals. The spiritual vibrations are attracted towards these shining idols easily.
Weight: 90 gms
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A brass panchpatra and pali set (also called charan amrit set) is an integral part of poojas where in the holy charan amrit is placed before the pooja and then distributed upon the Pooja's completion.