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Query from: SARASWATI, FIJI, 06/26/03
Topic: SPIRITUALITY      Submitted on:
Dear Amma, Can you tell me how to do bhoomi puja. Many thanks

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Response from: Ti Ti,   
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Dear, You have to call the pujari from nearby temple and do the bhumi puja.…

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Response from: Yen Yes,   
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Saraswathi This is from… According to Hindu culture, the earth is considered to be a mother. Before beginning any auspicious event, Bhoomi poojan or worshipping the earth is a must. Things required 1. A vessel full of Ganges water 2. Leaves of mango 3. Flowers, roli, grains of rice 4. Turmeric 5. Betel nut 6. Durba grass 7. Kalava (red thread) The place where Bhoomi poojan is conducted is cleaned and purified. Then the following rituals take place. 1. Shatkarm- The persons performing Bhoomi pooja are made to do shatkarma - Pavitrikaran, Aachaman, Shikhavandan, Pranayam, Najas and Prithivi poojan 2. Sankalp- Rice grains, flower petals, water are given in the hands of those performing the ritual. They offer it to the Bhoomi while reciting the shlokas. 3. Devi poojan- The mother goddess is invoked. 4. Bhoomi abhishinchan- To purify the place, pure water or Ganges water is sprinkled with the help of mango leaves or flowers. Mantras are recited. 5. Pran pratishtha and poojan- Rice grains and flower petals are sprinkled on the earth by using the right hand. Mantras are recited. 6. Manglik dravya sthapna- after the poojan, auspicious things is put inside the Bhoomi or earth. First the objects with which the earth has to be dug are worshipped by anointing them with roli. Rice grains and flowers are then offered. A small pit is then dug. Auspicious things like turmeric, durba grass, betel nuts, kalava, and rice grains are put inside the pit. Auspicious metals like gold and silver can also be put.

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