Virtual Puja DiwaliDiwali is the most important festival of Hindus. On this day Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after completion of 14 years of exile in forests. The festival of Diwali is celebrated with great joy and fervor.

One of the most important ingredients of any festival celebration in India includes Puja (offering prayers). Although the Arti is available on various sources, many devotees want to know the exact procedure of performing all rites and rituals.

In the Virtual Puja we offer respect to the planetary energies and seek their blessings in return. A gesture for respect might be simply to repeat their mantra silently; it can also take the form of an offering. In the Virtual Pooja – we take the Hindu elements of puja and make the offerings online. For each planet, we offer incense – a sweet smell to draw them to us, a coconut that we break – a symbol of our human spirit, a ghee lamp – with light so they can see us and ghee for their enjoyment, flowers – a symbol of space energy which transcends the Earth plane to be received where they are, music, their mantras, and the pure tones of a bell. The Virtual Pujas are effective in communicating your desire to be in tune with the planets.

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