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Ayudha Puja Vidhi and Vrat Katha - Know the Significance and rituals of Ayudha Puja

Ayudha Puja Vidhi and Ayudha Puja Vrat Katha

What is Ayudha Puja?

'Ayudha Puja' is the day in which we honor these devices and are grateful to them because they have great importance in our lives. From small things like pins, knives, scissors, handcuffs to big machines, vehicles, buses, etc. - all of them are respected. It is part of the same divinity.

A small object like a needle also has a purpose. If there is no needle, then the clothes you are wearing will not be there. Therefore, very small things are very important in life. It includes small items such as pins, knives, scissors, leaves, computers, machinery, cars, and large appliances such as buses.

According to tradition, this Navaratri is celebrated at the beginning of Sharad Ritu, when everything is changing in nature. These nine nights are very precious, because some of the energies of the world are greatly increased during these days of the year. These energies help us to be introverted, to pray and chant, and to do spiritual practice, which makes their experience even deeper.

Importance of Ayudha Puja

Vijayadashami is a day of gratitude. On this day, we are grateful for everything we have achieved in life. There is nothing important in this universe, or else everything is important. Just think, you are riding a motorcycle and your shirt does not have a button, what will happen then? The shirt will fly over your face. These small buttons are also very important. We have to judge things in life not just by size but by their suitability. The functionality of objects, instruments, and equipment used in their daily lives, is worshiped through Ayudha Puja.

Significance of Ayudha Puja

Weapons (of the scriptures) were also worshiped in ancient times because only the scriptures could defeat the enemy. For example, Goddess Chamundeswari (incarnation of Parvati Devi) killed the demon Mahishasura of Karnataka. The tradition of Ordnance worship is being remembered there.
When we know the importance of something, that thing becomes many times more suitable. When we give importance to the things that make our life happy, then we get satisfaction from everything. Your mind is not disturbed by greed and desires.

A monk has said that: Always lose respect for your things and this is not intentional. The one you respect becomes something bigger than you. When you respect the entire universe, you can live in harmony. Then you do not need to accept or reject anything in this world. Respect for ownership relieves greed and jealousy. Therefore, develop the skills to honor every moment of life.

The Pandavas hid their weapons on the Shami tree before leaving when they were sent for 13 years of exile and 1 year of exile and it is said that on the day of Vijayadashami, Arjuna brought back his weapons. After this, he started preparing for war and he won the battle of Kurukshetra. Pandavas returned on Vijayadashami day, which is why it is considered auspicious to start a new work. But in Karnataka, Ordnance worship is celebrated the day before Vijayadashami.

Ayudha Puja Vidhi: Method of Worship

• Mark out the area the place you wish to perform the Pooja.
• Choose an area where the instruments and objects will not be disturbed.
• Decide the instruments that you just wish to put aside for the Pooja. The instruments chosen are those which are essential to you and assist you to in your each day life.
• A carpenter might worship the instruments utilized by him,
• A musician might worship his musical devices and a scholar might worship his books and pens.
• Make positive that the instruments are all cleaned properly before you set it for the Pooja.

Ayudha Puja Vrat Katha: Story of Ayudha Puja

The Pandavas hid their weapons on the Shami tree before leaving when they were sent for 13 years of exile and 1 year of exile and it is said that on the day of Vijayadashami, Arjuna brought back his weapons. After this, he started preparing for war and he won the battle of Kurukshetra. Pandavas returned on Vijayadashami day, which is why it is considered auspicious to start a new work. But in Karnataka, Ordnance worship is celebrated the day before Vijayadashami.

Weapons (of the scriptures) were also worshiped in ancient times because only the scriptures could defeat the enemy. For example, Goddess Chamundeswari (incarnation of Parvati Devi) killed the demon Mahishasura of Karnataka. The tradition of Ordnance worship is being remembered there.
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