How to celebrate the hindu nav warsh and why to hoist the brahmdhwaj ?


गुडीHow to hoist a Gudhi ?
A bright green or yellow cloth adorned with brocade (zari) is tied to the tip of a long bamboo over which gaòhi (a type of sweet), neem leaves, a twig of mango leaves and a garland of red flowers is tied. This is then hoisted by placing a silver or copper pot placed in the inverted position over it. Beautiful designs with special powder of soft, white stone (rangolīs) are drawn on the floor in front of it. Everyone eagerly waits to usher in the New Year. Then uttering the words, ‘I offer obeisance to the flag of Deity Brahmā’ one should ritualistically worship the gudhi with a resolve. Since Deity Brahmā created the universe on this day, this flag is called ‘the flag of Brahmā’ (Brahmadhwaj) in the scriptures. Some also refer to it as ‘the flag of Indra’ (Indradhwaj).What happens after hoisting the Gudhi ?
The Prajāpati frequencies enter the house from the atmosphere using the gudhi as a medium. (This operates just like the antenna of a television set). The next day onwards one should use the pot for drinking water as it is charged with the Prajāpati frequencies and imparts the same kind of impressions to the water in it. Thus one gets the benefit of the Prajāpati frequencies throughout the year.


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