Also known as Pooja Supari, Betel Nut, Areca Nut, Sabut Chaliya, Satta Sabut or Whole Betel Nut.
Usage of Supari in Puja & Havan
Betel nut usage in Puja is an ancient practice that dates back centuries and continues to be observed today. This traditional Hindu ritual is often performed in temples or at home by devotees all over India and in other countries with large Hindu populations.
The betel nut, known scientifically as Areca catechu, has a long history of medicinal and religious use. During Puja rituals, it is usually placed on the shrine of the worshipped deity, along with flowers and rice as offerings. These offerings are believed to protect from evil influences and bad luck in addition to honouring the gods or goddesses being honoured during the ceremony. Betel nuts symbolize fertility, prosperity, health and success – all integral components of a successful Puja ritual.
Tip: Devotees often buy Yellow Dry Dates, Sabut Haldi, Akhrot and Sabut Badam with this item for Puja use.
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