Green KumKum 30g
Green KumKum Prasadham from temple is very auspicious, at Sri Lakshmi Kuberar Sannathi as goddess kuberar & lakshmi likes green color it serves good prasadham moreover, If you put green kumkum regularly or atleast wednesday it will give good business opportunities.
Putting kumkum in forehead will save our life and also bad people will stay away from you . It will give all success to us.Green KumKum Green KumKum Prasadham from temple is very auspicious, at Sri Lakshmi Kuberar Sannathi. as goddess kuberar & lakshmi likes green color it serves good prasadham moreover, If you put green kumkum regularly or atleast wednesday it will give good business opportunities. Putting kumkum in forehead will save our life and also bad people will stay away from you . It will give all success to us.
Green Kumkum indicates Planet Bhudhan-(Mercury),provides Excellent Education,Wealth, Auspicious, Intellectual, Good Health, Abroad opportunities, Prosperity, Art and Cinema Opportunities. Lord Kubera and Lord Vishnu Worshippers always apply Green Kumkum.
What is the use of green Kumkum?
Green Kumkum, also called Kuber Kumkum, attracts good health, wealth, prosperity and other blessings. This auspicious Kumkum powder made of natural ingredients is used during pooja ceremonies for offering to Kuber, the God of wealth and Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and fortune.
Why Kumkum is used in pooja?
Good luck: Kumkum has special significance in any of the puja. In the practice of Shakti, Kumkum has been considered as a sacred substance to provide infinite quantity, which is to fulfill all the wishes of women. Kumkum's red color symbolizes auspiciousness, enthusiasm, euphoria and courage.
Why do we keep Kumkum on forehead?
The Swaminarayana tradition holds that the tilaka (yellow U-shaped mark) "is a symbol of the lotus feet of Paramatma," and the kumkuma "represents the bhakta" (devotee). In both of these traditions, the forehead mark serves as a reminder that a devotee of God should always remain protected at the feet of God.
Which finger should be used to apply Kumkum?
The thumb or ring finger is often used when applying tilak. But the scriptures also mention the importance of vaccinating with other fingers. 1. If a person is going out of the house for some good work then applying tilak with middle finger is considered auspicious.
What is the significance of Kumkum?
The Sindoor, also known as Kumkum, is believed to be a symbol of marriage. Married women apply sindoor in their hair parting starting from the point in their forehead to the centre of the head. And the tradition of applying the sindoor begins on the day of marriage
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Apart from the above mentioned uses there are many other uses and benefits of Green KumKum which can be felt while using.