1. Bhai Dooj 2016: How to decorate Bhai Dooj puja thali and really get it right

Bhai Dooj 2016: How to decorate Bhai Dooj puja thali and really get it right

Bhai Dooj 2016: A decorated Puja thali or ‘aarti’ plate is an integral part of Hindu culture and ritual. Whether it is a marriage ceremony or any festivity, a puja thali not only completes the rites but also looks trendy.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: November 1, 2016 12:10 PM
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Bhai Dooj 2016: A decorated Puja thali or ‘aarti’ plate is an integral part of Hindu culture and ritual. Whether it is a marriage ceremony or any festivity, a puja thali not only completes the rites but also looks trendy. However, content may vary from occasion to occasion but its always necessary to prepare a proper puja thali because according to Hindu mythology even a small missing thing could leave your puja incomplete. So, this Bhai Dooj, prepare an attractive puja thali for your brother’s long life. Here are some tips for decoration:

Pick at least medium size thali to adjust each and everything. You can also purchase designers thalis or plates pre-decorated with ‘Rangoli’. Do not choose plastic plates. Necessary goods: New handkerchief to cover head because myth says, always cover head during worship. Vermillion or ‘roli’ for ‘tilak’, rice, water in pot, coconut, sweets, lamp or ‘diya’ and holy thread or ‘kalava’.

Bhai Dooj is considered as one of the biggest festivals in the Hindu religion after Diwali. Bhai Dooj is considered as one of the biggest festivals in the Hindu religion after Diwali.

Always put some rice seeds in brother’s hand while tying ‘kalava’ and confirm the muhurat before puja.

Bhai Dooj is considered as one of the biggest festivals in the Hindu religion after Diwali. Though both Bhai Dooj and Raksha Bandhan are festivals celebrating brother-sister bond, but according to mythology, sisters observe this festival to pray for a longer life of their brothers and in Raksha Bandhan brother promises to protect his sister.

So, Happy Bhai Dooj 2016 to you!

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