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Haldi Ceremony

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  • Akshat is raw unbroken rice washed or sprinkled with water. Akshat is a Sanskrit/Hindi word which means unbroken or unending. It is a symbol of prosperity and longevity. That is why it is used in blessings.

    It is an integral part of worship items and without it worshiping may not be in a proper way. In almost all regions of India, it is used in one way or another for worshiping or on the occasions of weddings, “Upnayans” and other “Sanskaras“. Along with Durva” (Doob grass) and turmeric powder Akshat is sprinkled over the couple after the wedding as an act of blessings and so is done in “Upnayans” (जनेऊ) when it is sprinkled over the “Barua” (The boy whose “Upnayan Sanskara” is being performed).

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  • Haldi Powder

    The most powerful spices in our kitchen “haldi” is also what the world believes to be a wonder ingredient in Indian cuisine. Turmeric we sell is pure and orignal. With no added ingredient except the freshly ground turmeric root, it is the healthiest version of your go-to spice.


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  • Janeu Thread Yagyopavita 5pc

    R.P. Pooja Ghar Janeu, Thick Thread or Mote Dhage Ka Janeu or Sacred Thread or Pooja Janeu Yagnopaveeth (5 pcs) by R.P. Pooja Ghar

    Upanayana or Janeu (Sanskritउपनयन upanayana-) is one of the traditional saṃskāras (rites of passage) that marked the acceptance of a student by a guru (teacher or tutor) and an individual’s entrance to a school in Hinduism. The tradition is widely discussed in ancient Sanskrit texts of India and varies regionally.

    The sacred thread (yagyopavita or janeu) is received by the boy during this ceremony, that he continues wearing across his chest thereafter. Generally, this ceremony should be done before the age of 12.

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