Also known as Five dry fruits, Panch Meva, Mix Dryfruits or Panchmeva Prasad.
Panchmeva usage in Puja
The traditional Hindu puja is a sacred ritual of prayer, worship and offerings to the gods. During this ritual, it is customary for devotees to offer prasad (food that has been blessed) in homage to the divine. One prasad type often offered as part of the puja is a dry fruit mix. This combination of dried fruits such as cashews, raisins and almonds provides a nutritious offering to the gods.
Not only do these dry fruits have symbolic significance in Hinduism, but they also serve as an energy booster during long worship rituals. Additionally, their crunchy texture and sweet taste make them aesthetically and flavour-wise appealing. During puja ceremonies, it is common practice for devotees to place a few pieces of dry fruit mix on the altar or even directly into the hands of deities as an offering.
Tip: Devotees often buy Batasha or Ram Dana Prasad along with this product for puja purposes.
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