Dedicated to the Lotus Feet of our Guru Parampara. May their guidance illuminate our way. The exact meaning of the word tantra implies technique, thus it is something very practical. Philosophers of science will tell you that a science is that what can be falsified. In that context, Tantra is very much a science.
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Use Akshata, Kumkum or Flowers, preferably red flowers. Face The East, preferable, or North. The Devatas are to be worshiped in the specific places in the Chakra. Image provided in the Post. Corrections,Improvements are welcome. Five downward pointing triangles representing Devi intersect with four upward pointing triangles representing Siva, forming 43 triangles including the central triangle.
From the five Shakti triangles comes creation and from the four Shiva triangles comes the dissolution. The union of five Shaktis and four Fires causes the chakra of creation to evolve. At the centre of the bindu of the Shri Yantra is Kamakala, which has three bindus. One is red, one is white and one is mixed. Varahi, the father-form, gives four dhatus to the child and Kurukulla, the mother-form, gives five dhatus to the child. Theses represent the nine dhatus of the human body.
These nine triangles also represent the nine stages of growth of the human child in the womb. Surrounding the 43 triangles formed by the intersection of the nine triangles is the 16 petals circle. Surrounding the 16 petal circle is an 8 petal circle.
After that the 3 lines and at the outermost part of the Sriyantra there are 3 lines called the Bhupura. The Form of the Goddess is Kanchi Kamakshi.
KALASA POOJA PDF
Use Akshata, Kumkum or Flowers, preferably red flowers. Face The East, preferable, or North. The Devatas are to be worshiped in the specific places in the Chakra. Image provided in the Post.
Panchayatana Puja Mantras Text
Although unsubstantiated, local myths attribute the origin of Kalasa to an event mentioned found in the Skanda Purana. Agasthya however, expressed his wish to witness the wedding. Lord Shiva assured to grant divine vision to the sage, which would enable him to witness the wedding from any part of the world. Agasthya travelled southward and resided in Kalasa from where he watched the wedding. Local legends state that a pilgrimage to Kalasa brings greater religious merit punya than a visit to Varanasi.
Sandal-paste a tea-spoon of this to be made for each pUjA day An Asana for sitting. One is supposed to sit facing East or North A seat Peetham for keeping the deities and other accessories. A PujA Bell, which usually has a nandi at its top. It may have a hole in the centre so that the Abhisheka-water may collect in a vessel below; or it may have a channel-like outlet by which the abhisheka-water may flow into another vessel. Flowers for the PujA. These are to be arranged on a plate, one in the centre, one each in the four directions of the centre. Note: Metals used in the above articles should, as far as possible, avoid steel or iron.
தீராத கஷ்டங்களைக் கூட சுலபமாக தீர்த்து வைக்கும் ‘கலச சொம்பு’.
Dashain Ghatasthapana Muhurat Auspicious Time for Ghatasthapana in Nepal Kalasha is a brass, mud, or copper pot filled with water or rice. Mango leaves are kept on the pot and a coconut is placed over it. In some areas, a red cloth or green cloth is covered around the coconut. Some threads are also tied around the pot. Devotees decorate the pot with kumkum vermillion , haldi, and some other decorative items. Such pot is referred to as Kalasha. Purnakumbha is the pot which is filled with water or rice.