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Abishekam (Hydration Pooja)

Abishekam is hydrating the idol of the God or Goddess with special items such as milk, holy water, honey, turmeric or sandalwood paste, etc. This powerful ritual can bring the deity to life and surround you with a positive aura of their blessings. Each item used for bathing the idol has been chosen from the sacred texts, and prescribed mantras will be chanted to bestow a specific benefit upon you.

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An abishekam is the holy bath given to a deity. This is the sacred hydration ceremony performed for inviting divine energies into our lives. It is a simple but highly effective purification process. We perform such rituals to the deities, who themselves are the embodiments of purity, only because this remains the most practical means of purifying our own souls.

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What is Abishekam (Hydration Pooja)? An Abishekam is a sacred ritual of hydrating the deity with sacred elements. The ritual releases divine energies and elevates your spiritual consciousness. The vibration of the sacred chants that accompany the ritual infuses the elements to create an aura of peace as you receive the divine blessings of the deity.

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Abishekam is the holy bath given to a deity. This is a sacred hydration ceremony performed to the deity for inviting blessings into our lives and the most practical means of purifying our own souls. It is a simple but highly effective purification process. Such a ritual is performed to the deities, who are embodiment of purity.

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An abhishekam is the holy bath given to a deity. This is the sacred hydration ceremony performed for inviting divine energies into our lives. It is a simple but highly effective purification process. We perform such rituals to the deities, who themselves are the embodiments of purity, only because this remains the most practical means of purifying our own souls. Normally in the case of abhishekams with liquids like water, milk, etc.,

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An abhishekam is the holy bath given to a deity. This is the sacred hydration ceremony performed for inviting divine energies into our lives. It is a simple but highly effective purification process. We perform such rituals to the deities, who themselves are the embodiments of purity, only because this remains the most practical means of purifying our own souls. Normally, in the case of abhishekams with liquids like water, milk, etc.,

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An abhishekam is the holy bath given to a deity. This is the sacred hydration ceremony performed for inviting divine energies into our lives. It is a simple but highly effective purification process. Such a ritual is performed to the deities, who themselves are the embodiments of purity, only because this remains the most practical means of purifying our own souls.

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Abishekam is a form of worship where you offer ablution to God by cleansing the deity. Amidst chants of sacred mantras, you can feel the vibrations infuse the sacred elements poured on the deity encompass you with positive and divine energies. It is a simple yet very effective purification process that allows you to internalize and realize the abundance of love flowing within you.

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What is Abishekam (Hydration Pooja)? Abishekam is a sacred ceremony of cleansing the deity with sacred elements and invoking God. The chanting of sacred mantras during the ritual creates an aura of divine energy that envelops you and benefits you immensely with an abundance of blessings.

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Vennai or venna is butter, a dairy product obtained from the milk of mammals like cows and buffalos. Kappu can be said to have different meanings in different contexts, and here the word can be taken to mean “applying or covering with.” Venna Kappu is thus the ritual of applying all over and covering or decorating the idol of the deity with a coat of butter.

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“Ardha” means “half” or “midway,” and Ardhajama represents midnight or late-night time. Traditional and ritualistic worships are conducted in temples every day at various periods of time. In many temples, they are generally conducted 6 times a day, from early in the morning to late in the night. These ceremonial worships known as poojas are spread across the day and are generally named in line with the period of the day at which they are conducted.

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Vennai or venna is butter, a dairy product obtained from the milk of mammals like cows and buffalos. Kappu can be said to have different meanings in different contexts, and here the word can be taken to mean “applying or covering with.” Venna Kappu is thus the ritual of applying all over and covering or decorating the idol of the deity with a coat of butter.

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An abhishekam is the holy bath given to a deity. This is the sacred hydration ceremony performed for inviting divine energies into our lives. It is a simple but highly effective purification process. Such a ritual is performed to the deities, who themselves are the embodiments of purity, only because this remains the most practical means of purifying our own souls.

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“Kalaba” refers to chandanam, or sandal paste, and “charthal” is “applying.” Kalaba Charthu is thus the ritual of applying sandal paste on the deity.

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