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This is the important part of Puja. This is food which offer to gods and after people take as Prasadam. By this act devotee express the original owner of the food is God. and Only He can provide us our daily bread. This is act of respect to the Owner of the food. We cannot create food untill it's grow by by the help of God. Plant grows because of five gross elements. 1.Space, 2 Air, 3. Fire, 4.Water and 5. Earth. all are related to grow crops. And all this elements created by God. So, He is the provider.

Prasadam always related by offering to God. People when offer to God, it's return back to giver with blessing. So, Prasadam always have blessing. By eating Prasadam always comes blessing ( 1.dharma - religion, 2.artha - prosparity, 3. kama - wishes and 4. moksha - liberation from birth and death.) Every things will be under His blessing and protection.

Body and Spirit in between is Food which makes join togather in perfect bond. So, food is conjunction and must be respect highly. Offer to God is perfect act and after to receive it with blessing. During Yoga and Meditation practise always get help to eat prasadam in spiritual path. This is the vedic wisdom relay with us the unbroken relationship with creator and provider.

Man cannot have any thing untill it's comes from above ( from the hand of God) and man must offer it to gods and can take it, with out of this act he will count as thief and will be difficult to reach in Yoga and Meditation. It's will lost the real purpose.


Om ! May He protect us both together; may He nourish us both together;
May we work conjointly with great energy,
May our study be vigorous and effective;
May we not mutually dispute (or may we not hate any).
Om ! Let there be Peace in me !
Let there be Peace in my environment !
Let there be Peace in the forces that act on me !

















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