Sal Dhoop

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Sal Dhoop

Why Sal Dhoop are used in worship

Shorea robusta is a dicotyledonous multivariate tree. Its wood is used in building works. Its wood is very hard, heavy, strong and brown in color.

It is called Agnivallabha, Ashwakarna or Ashwakarnika in Sanskrit..

Sal or Sakhu (Sal) is an old-fashioned and semi-deciduous tree that grows from the foothills of the Himalayas to 3,000 to 4,000 feet in height and in the forests of Uttar Pradesh, Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Assam. The main feature of this tree is to adapt itself to different natural habitats, such as from 8 cm to 508 cm annual rainfall, it grows easily in very hot and cold places. There are 4 species in India, Burma and Sri Lanka, of which Shorea robusta Gaertn f.

The resin extracted from this tree is somewhat acidic and is used as incense and medicine. The red and black colored substance in the bark of Tarun trees is used as a pigment. Seeds, which ripen during the early period of rain, are used in food at many places, especially during the famine.

The usefulness of this tree is mainly in its wood which is known for its strength and elasticity. The wood of all castes is almost the same. It is used in making dharnas, doors, window panes, carriages and small boats. Lakhs of cubic feet of wood are used only in making sleepers of railway lines. Due to heavy wood, it cannot be shed by rivers. Ships are made from this wood in Malaya.

Cultural significance

According to the beliefs of Hinduism, Sal tree is very dear to Vishnu. It is also sacred in Buddhism because Queen Maya gave birth to Mahatma Buddha under Sal tree.

There is a belief about burning Sal Dhoo in the pooja text that it brings purity to the environment. It is said that evil powers are removed from such places and there are the arrival of deities.

You must have seen the use of Sal Dhoo in all the prayers in Hinduism. But have you ever wondered why they are used in worship? If not, today we are going to tell you about it in detail. In general, it is also said that no puja is complete without Sal Dhoo. Actually, there are some important reasons behind incense and incense sticks becoming almost mandatory in worship. It is said that burning Sal Dhoo at the place of worship brings positivity in the environment. This removes all the negative energies there and makes the atmosphere happy. In such a situation, devotees can easily put their mind in devotion to God.

It is also said that in a house whereSal Dhoo are regularly worshiped, there is never a shortage of money. It is believed that burning Sal Dhoo brings purity to the house and Laxmi ji lives in such a place. It is believed that the positive atmosphere created at home by burning Sal Dhoo also affects the students of the family. Children are able to concentrate in their studies with great concentration, due to which they get a lot of progress.

There is a belief about burning Sal Dhoo in the pooja text that it brings purity to the environment. It is said that evil forces are removed from such places and there are deities. Burning incense is also believed to bring positivity in the atmosphere. It is said that this reduces the stress of people and they are able to concentrate well in their work. It is said that worshiping the deity with Sal Dhoo with full devotion, showers his grace.

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