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5 Traditional Flowers that mostly used for Pooja in India

From the ancient time, traditional flowers are always preferable for worshipping deities. As we usually use different varieties of flowers for different worshipping rituals, But there are some flowers which are commonly used for most of the festivals and poojas.

The Flowers that are commonly used for Pooja -

MARIGOLD - Marigold is the common traditional flower which is mostly used in many pooja, almost all. But it’s considered to be used for Ganesha pooja that Marigold flowers are the favourite flower of Lord Ganesha, especially red and yellow one.

marigold flowers

JASMINE - Jasmine which is known for its fragrance is mostly used for pooja because of its scent and it’s believed that due to Jasmine flowers our deities feel more welcome. According to rituals Jasmine flowers should always be offered to Lord  Hanuma

Jasmine flower

RED HIBISCUS - You can see in most pooja Hibiscus flowers are used especially Kali pooja. Because Hibiscus flower’s structure represents Maa Kali’s tongue and it’s colour shows Maa Kali’s fierceness.

Red Hibiscus flower

LOTUS - We always see the Goddess of wealth, Lakshmi sits on Lotus. And we should always offer the Lotus flowers while worshipping Goddess Lakshmi. As it’s considered as a favourite flower of Goddess Lakshmi.

Lotus flower

DHATURA - We mostly use Dhatura flowers while worshipping Lord Shiva. It’s believed that Dhatura is the favourite flower of Lord Shiva, because according to mythology, at the time of Ocean churning Dhatura flower emerged from Lord Shiva’s Chest when Lord Shiva consumed poison.

Dhatura flower

Traditional flowers are very essential for our daily pooja. So, get some high range of traditional flowers online which are available on RoseBazaar which is delivered directly to your doorstep without any hassle.

Read more about puja flowers - https://parenting.firstcry.com/articles/magazine-pooja-flowers-that-you-can-offer-to-deities/

Spiritual meaning of Coconut - https://rosebazaar.in/blogs/blog/use-of-coconut-for-pooja-spiritual-meaning-of-coconut

 

 

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