Articles — Shaligram

Shri Shaligram Stotra in Sanskrit ( श्री शालिग्रामस्तोत्र )

Jul 10 2017 Tags: sanskrit, Shaligram, stotram

Shri Shaligram Stotra has been mentioned in Shri Bhavishyottara Purana. Shri Shaligrama Stotra  was given to King Yudhisthira by Lord Krishna. King Yudhisthira asks Lord Krishna about the significance of the saligram sila. Lord Krishna Replies that Saligram Silas found on the bank of river Gandaki are very precious and significant. These silas are considered to be directly Lord Vishnu himself and the person who worships or even keeps in the house or bathes the Shaligram and drinks water or pour those waters on their head, that man becomes free from all sin and it prevents from untimely death. That person becomes free...

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Puja of Shaligram

Jun 17 2016 Tags: Energization, Puja, Shaligram

To perform puja of the Shaligram which you have selected to install in your altar of worship, you will need the following 'samagri' or ingredients:Ganga Jal, Panchgavya (a mixture of 5 auspicious articles that include: Cowdung, Cow's urine, Milk, Ghee and Curd), fresh Tulsi leaves, Kusha grass, Pipal leaves, Incense sticks, Camphor, Sandal paste, Lamp burner, and a conch shell. You may substitute any item that is not available with uncooked rice.Offerings to the Shaligram can be of Milk, Fruits, Flowers, Sweet dishes or a Coconut.Procedure To Be Followed For The Puja   Sit in a position in which you...

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Jun 17 2016 Tags: Energization, mythology, Puja, Shaligram

Worshipped by devotees for the grant of divine protection, good health, wealth and prosperity, righteous living and spiritual liberationAKYAS CA IVA DESE CA SALAGRAMA SHALAM MAHATSANAM TAD BHAVAM YA TAT SALAGRAMA ITI SMRTAM What Are Shaligrams?Shaligrams are sacred 'shilas' or stones representing the abstract form of Lord Vishnu. His followers, the Hindu Vaishnavas, place these stones in their puja altars for daily worship. Just as the abstract form of Shiva is the stone ‘lingam’ which the Shaivites worship in their temples and homes, so is the ‘shila’ of Lord Vishnu.According to Hindu tradition, the Shaligram stone is the shelter for a...

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