Also known as Sabut Badam, Shell Almonds, Almonds in Shell, Almond Inshell, Badam with Shell, Kagzi Badam or Akkhi Haldi.
Sabut Badam usage in Puja
The usage of Sabut Badam, also known as whole almonds, in pujas is an age-old tradition in Indian culture. Puja is a ritual to invoke one or more deities for worship and offerings. Prayers are chanted, and offerings are made to the deity, often offering food items such as fruits and sweets. Sabut Badam, used for its health benefits, is considered auspicious during these rituals as it symbolizes fertility, wealth, good luck, and prosperity.
Sabut Badam is key in many different puja ceremonies, including Ganesh Chaturthi – a popular Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesha – where they are offered as prasad after the invocation of prayers.
Tip: Devotees often buy Sabut Haldi, Sabut Akhrot, Supari, and Kharek with this item for Puja use.
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