5 types of Puja flowers and their Significance
This unique and aromatic flower has therapeutic properties that rejuvenate your body. This flower symbolises beauty, love, purity, innocence and good luck. This flower is perfect for you to express your desire for the purity of your soul.
Marigolds open when the sun is out. This flower is also called the ‘herb of the sun’ due to this reason, thereby representing passion and creativity. The modern meaning to marigold focuses on the sunny colour and beauty of this flower, giving the flower a meaning of optimism and success.
The Lotus symbolises not only purity, beauty and grace but also majesty, fertility, wealth, richness, knowledge and serenity. It is a gorgeous flower that is perfect for offering to god in puja. To read more about the meaning of the lotus, visit our blog.
Shevanti or Chrysanthemum symbolizes fidelity, optimism, joy and long life.They have a great religious symbolism as they are often used as garlands and offerings in pujas and temples as they are a prominent part of all celebrations.
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The rose is considered to be the most beautiful flowers; the main significance of a rose is that it symbolizes love. Whether it be rosebuds, rose petals, a fully bloomed flower or a garland, they are all offered to gods.