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    In Hindu rites, people worship and remember Lord Ganesha before starting any work so that there is no hindrance. It is customary to worship Lord Ganesha as a benevolent deity.
    Today, Tuesday is also considered as the day of Lord Ganesha.Since the birth date of Lord Ganesha falls on Chaturthi, it is customary to celebrate this day as Mangal Chauthi with special worship. Those who fast for Lord Ganesha on Tuesday start fasting from today.

    Lord Ganesha is known as the deity who bestows auspicious fruits. If you are up to commencing any new work, then today is considered very auspicious. May all be well on this auspicious day.Worship Methodology of Mangal Chauthi

    विघ्नेश्वराय वरदाय सुरप्रियाय, लम्बोदराय सकलाय जगद्धिताय
    नागाननाय श्रुतियज्ञविभुषिताय, गौरीसुताय गणनाथ नमो नमस्ते

    Greetings to Vighneshwar, the giver of gifts, beloved of the gods, lambodar, full of arts, benefactor of the world, elephant-like face and adorned with Vedas and sacrifices, O Gananath, greetings to you.

    Those who worship, recite, fast, narrate and adore Ganesha on this day with Riddhi Siddhi will get wealth, son, spouse, the good fortune of Mars and peace of mind and will get rid of all kinds of sorrows (suffering and disruption, etc.)Worship materials should be prepared including paddy, rice, barley, sesame, kush, duna, tapari, panchamrit, avir, saffron, vermilion, red akshata, coconut, fruit, dish, incense, lamp, camphor, red flower, garland and preparing laddu, dubo etc can also be done. Turn east, north or west, sit in pure asana, lighting and invoking the lamp is done after.

    Then with barley, sesame, water, flower, kush or dubo and drabya in the right hand, the Sankalpa i.e. place and time should be pronounced, the name of one's family and relatives should be pronounced with one's gotra, and the sankalpa should be taken with a sense of sakam or nishkam. Indeed, there is no rocket science to worship lord Ganesha, a pure heart and an unquestionable devotion are the key integrals, remember with compassion, Lord Ganesha will never disappoint you.In this way, Ganesha will be pleased with the worship done with reverence and devotion and will surely fulfill the desires of the devotees. Astu

    Bhumi Puja
    Before starting planting in Asar, it is customary to worship the soil in Panchatatva form.The famous festival of the Magar community is celebrated with great pomp in the districts of Rolpa, Rukum, Salyan, Palpa, Dailekh, Jajarkot etc. and in all the districts of Rapti zone including Dang. The Magar community of Rukum reached the lake in their traditional attire and returned with the flower from high lands after worshiping the forest deity. Besides this, all the districts of Nepal have their own tradition of worshiping the land. There is a history of celebrating this festival since the ancestors cleared the forest and started farming.

    Bhumi Puja is associated with agriculture and clouds
    Bhumi pujan ceremonies officially start from he last day of Jestha. Bhume Puja is associated with agriculture and clouds, on the last day of Jeshta, flowers are picked from the high lands of mountains and Bhume Puja is started in lower lands. It is believed that there will be no shortage of rain after worshiping the high land where the clouds are.

    How is Bhumi puja done?
    Whether there is any construction or agricultural work on the land, the land should be worshiped after testing and cleaning it. It is customary to worship Ganesha in the soil for the initiation and smooth completion of any work. In Sanatan Darshan, the land is considered to be the same as Gaurup (Holy cow), therefore, the land is worshiped with the idol of Lord Ganapati, as well as Ishtadev and Kuldevata.



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