Also known as Para Sindoor or Para Hanuman Sindoor.
Para Sindoor is integral to a Hindu puja dedicated to Hanuman, the monkey god known for his strength and loyalty. This sindoor, which translates to “powder,” is made from turmeric and other sacred ingredients and is used as an offering during Hanuman pujas. While this powder has many symbolic meanings in Hinduism, it is most commonly associated with honoring the courage and protection that Hanuman provides.
How Para Hanuman Sindoor should be used during puja can vary depending on local customs and traditions. Many Hindus will make a line of para sindoor on their forehead as a sign of faith in Hanuman’s power before they begin their puja ritual. Others may sprinkle the powder around their home or at the entrance of their temple as a symbol of faithfulness to the deity they are worshipping.
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