Also known as Akshata Rice, Coloured Rice, or Akshat.
Akshata rice is an important part of the Hindu Puja ritual. It is a special rice used to offer to the gods and goddesses during worshipping ceremonies. Akshata rice has been used for centuries as a part of Hindu traditions, but its modern-day use has become increasingly popular in recent years.
Traditionally, Akshata rice is considered auspicious since it symbolizes purity and fertility. During Pujas, a handful of Akshata rice is offered to the gods while chanting mantras or Vedic hymns. Pouring this sacred grain over deity idols signifies that one’s prayers are being granted by divine power. It also serves as a reminder to completely surrender one’s faith and trust in God.
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