Why coconut and betel nut are used in worship, what is its importance

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Coconut is called quince. It is considered very auspicious. In such a situation, coconut and betel nut are often used whenever worshiping or performing a haven. Not only this, even if we buy a new vehicle and enter the house, first of all we break coconut. In any auspicious work, breaking of coconut is considered very auspicious. Similarly, betel nut also has special significance in worship.


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Coconut is called quince. It is considered very auspicious. In such a situation, coconut and betel nut are often used whenever worshiping or performing a haven. Not only this, even if we buy a new vehicle and enter the house, first of all we break coconut. In any auspicious work, breaking of coconut is considered very auspicious. Similarly, betel nut also has special significance in worship.

Why Coconut?

It is said that coconut paves the way for our success. If there is no work being done for a long time, then use coconut in worship. Wrap the coconut that you are using in the puja. Expressing whatever desire you want, make the coconut flow in the flowing water. This prevents successful work.

Why coconut with betel nut?

At the time of worship, coconut is kept as a betel nut as a symbol of Ganesha and as a symbol of Maa Lakshmi. If coconut and betel nut are kept in worship, the work is done without any trouble. It is also said that if the betel nut is being worshiped, it has a miraculous effect. It does not cause shortage of funds. Apart from this, it is also said that if a betel nut is wrapped and worshiped in Janeu, it brings happiness and prosperity. It is auspicious to wrap betel nut in Janeu and keep it in the vault.

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