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As sundaram uncle mentioned, I forget to say about dress code and signing in foreheads. Let we share
that also.
1. Having a bath before archana is always good. But don't be so strict. It depends on your heath
condition and water availability situation (if not simply sprinkle some water on your head (Apohishta
mayobhuva:...)). Thats enough. God knows about you.

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2. Doing snanam is also good. But dry your hair completely and then start archana orelse that will be
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troubling you by water oozing out from head, sweating and all. Comb well and tie your hairlocks (Ladies).
There will be divine lamp, dhoops and other things. You should be careful also here. This is not the place
to show your loose hair beauty I think.
3. Wear madi dress. Dont get much afraid of madi. Madi is nothing, but already washed dried and kept
separated. Thats all. IF not its madi, then dont worry. Just wear, because the mind should be pure. To
create that, initially we are making the whole external atmosphere clean. So only madi concept came. If
not also, dont give up. The aim is important.
4. Wear dhoti (gents) and sarees (ladies). You may argue with me why not with pants or shirts and all.
If explanations needed, I will provide them in separate.
5. Some people may wear wet clothes in the name of overpurity (Ammadi??). This should be strictly
avoided. Wearing wet clothes is banned by sastras. Also, if you sit with wet clothes, you will end up
with itches and also fungus in your thighs and all over your body. Our sastras are all medical only.
6. Then comes "Nethikku ituukaradu" Signing in forehead. I could not get proper terminology for this and
hence, saying like this. Already brahma has written something in our forehead, to erase that we are
getting god's signature in our forehead in form of either vibhudi or thiruman.
7. After doing snanam, the water will directly enter your body and make you wet. sometimes ending with
fever. To avoid this, Vibudhi is applied all over in the forehead, which will absorb the body water and
keeps us warm. So that, we can do our pooja without any physical disturbance. Wearing thiruman is also
like that, Thiruman (Namakatti) also possess great medical powers and having that in your forehead is
also for this. (I said this in medical point of view). Anyhow, wear the sign according to your culture.
8. Dont take much of vibudhi and make it to fell all over the place. Also, use three fingers to create the
"pattai" in your head. There is no need to adjust that with your poonal or finger. This is not a beauty
parade nor anyone going to see you except god.
9. While wearing these holy signs, says some namas of god. This is just to create an alertness within us
prior to pooja. If you are planning for a jolly trip, how the children in your home react. They calculate

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Gayatri Mantra
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Garbha Raksha Stotram

prior to pooja. If you are planning for a jolly trip, how the children in your home react. They calculate
the days, they have their own preparations, they will be taking some other items of their importance,
they will be talking with everyone with that alone... Similarly before performing the archanai, we should
also be like that children. The mind should think of only the pooja and hence, blend the namas with all
your works prior to a pooja.
10. After doing snanam, completely drying your hair, wearing dried Madi vasthra, wearing divine signs in
forehead do your nithyakarmas properly. I mean sandhyavandanam. If you makes your mother to cry,
and then going to a Home for elders and giving relief to the elders there, will it be of any use???
If you did not have a look and offer naivedya to the gods in the home, and going to a temple for
darshan, will it be of any use???
Similarly, without doing our nithyakarmas none of the things which we pursue for the sake of eternity,
will be of no use...
Dont confuse yourself. Nithyakarma is not a pooja. It is your duty. You must perform that. Pooja is
certainly not like that. When you want to go US, you need a VISA. Similarly, before to perform pooja,
you need the yogyada to perform that, so finishing nithya karma is essential. This is for gents only.
Ladies may ask whether they dont have any such... Doing household jobs itself is a nithyakarma for
them. Doing that with divine thoghts is enough. For them simple snanam makes them total pure.
Pranams

Kann Kalikkumpadi kandukonden Kadambadaviyil


pann kalikkum kural veenaiyum kaiyum payodharamum
mann kalikkum pachai vannamum aghi mathangar kula
penngalil thondria emperumaatithan perazhage
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Originally Posted by DURGADASAN

Dear all,
As sundaram uncle mentioned, I forget to say about dress code and signing in foreheads. Let we share
that also.
1. Having a bath before archana is always good. But don't be so strict. It depends on your heath condition
and water availability situation (if not simply sprinkle some water on your head (Apohishta
mayobhuva:...)). Thats enough. God knows about you.
2. Doing snanam is also good. But dry your hair completely and then start archana orelse that will be
troubling you by water oozing out from head, sweating and all. Comb well and tie your hairlocks (Ladies).
There will be divine lamp, dhoops and other things. You should be careful also here. This is not the place
to show your loose hair beauty I think.
3. Wear madi dress. Dont get much afraid of madi. Madi is nothing, but already washed dried and kept
separated. Thats all. IF not its madi, then dont worry. Just wear, because the mind should be pure. To
create that, initially we are making the whole external atmosphere clean. So only madi concept came. If
not also, dont give up. The aim is important.
4. Wear dhoti (gents) and sarees (ladies). You may argue with me why not with pants or shirts and all. If
explanations needed, I will provide them in separate.
5. Some people may wear wet clothes in the name of overpurity (Ammadi??). This should be strictly
avoided. Wearing wet clothes is banned by sastras. Also, if you sit with wet clothes, you will end up with
itches and also fungus in your thighs and all over your body. Our sastras are all medical only.
6. Then comes "Nethikku ituukaradu" Signing in forehead. I could not get proper terminology for this and
hence, saying like this. Already brahma has written something in our forehead, to erase that we are
getting god's signature in our forehead in form of either vibhudi or thiruman.
7. After doing snanam, the water will directly enter your body and make you wet. sometimes ending with
fever. To avoid this, Vibudhi is applied all over in the forehead, which will absorb the body water and
keeps us warm. So that, we can do our pooja without any physical disturbance. Wearing thiruman is also
like that, Thiruman (Namakatti) also possess great medical powers and having that in your forehead is
also for this. (I said this in medical point of view). Anyhow, wear the sign according to your culture.

also for this. (I said this in medical point of view). Anyhow, wear the sign according to your culture.
8. Dont take much of vibudhi and make it to fell all over the place. Also, use three fingers to create the
"pattai" in your head. There is no need to adjust that with your poonal or finger. This is not a beauty
parade nor anyone going to see you except god.
9. While wearing these holy signs, says some namas of god. This is just to create an alertness within us
prior to pooja. If you are planning for a jolly trip, how the children in your home react. They calculate the
days, they have their own preparations, they will be taking some other items of their importance, they will
be talking with everyone with that alone... Similarly before performing the archanai, we should also be like
that children. The mind should think of only the pooja and hence, blend the namas with all your works
prior to a pooja.
10. After doing snanam, completely drying your hair, wearing dried Madi vasthra, wearing divine signs in
forehead do your nithyakarmas properly. I mean sandhyavandanam. If you makes your mother to cry, and
then going to a Home for elders and giving relief to the elders there, will it be of any use???
If you did not have a look and offer naivedya to the gods in the home, and going to a temple for darshan,
will it be of any use???
Similarly, without doing our nithyakarmas none of the things which we pursue for the sake of eternity, will
be of no use...
Dont confuse yourself. Nithyakarma is not a pooja. It is your duty. You must perform that. Pooja is
certainly not like that. When you want to go US, you need a VISA. Similarly, before to perform pooja, you
need the yogyada to perform that, so finishing nithya karma is essential. This is for gents only.
Ladies may ask whether they dont have any such... Doing household jobs itself is a nithyakarma for them.
Doing that with divine thoghts is enough. For them simple snanam makes them total pure.
Pranams

Durga Sir,
Thanks for elaborating on my two points. Lots of informations.
Going further, can you also specifics about [1] netthikku ittukaradhu: whether vibhooti is to be smeared
in water and applied or raw vibhoothi as such and [2] about vasthram: In case of married male do they
to wear panchakacham or otherwise and if done by his counterpart madisar or normal wearing>> which
pattern is suggested? Thank you.

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The application of Holy Ash


The Holy Ash, that decorates the bodies of Lord shiva and shaivites, is very sacred and there are
prescriptions on how it needs to be adored and adorned. Here are few of those. The two ways of
getting adorned with holy ash are tripuNDram, uddUlanam. The first is applying the holy ash in the form
of three distinct bands and the second is sprinkling it on the part of the body. Way 1
One simple way would be to chant thirun^IRRuppadhikam (1) while taking the Holy ash and while getting
adorned with that chant the aghora pa~nchAxaram (The aghora Holy Five Letters) which is shivAya
namaH. Way 2
With clean hands take the Holy Ash chanting the sadyojAdAdi mantras and the mA no mahantam mantra
from shrI rudram. Way 3
Those who perform rituals, perform shiva pUja should first take the holy ash without adding water and
sprinkle on their head, forehead, chest and two shoulders. Later using the right hand index, middle and
the ring finger take the holy ash, keep in the left hand, close it with right hand and chant these mantras
pa~nchakalA mantram
om nivR^iti kalAyai namaHom pratiShTA kalAyai namaHom vidyA kalAyai namaHom shAnti kalAyai
namaHom shAntyatIta kalAyai namaHpa~nchabrahma mantram
om IshAnAya namaH om tatpuruShAya namaHom aghorAya namaHom vAmadevAya namaHom
sadyojAdAya namaHShDha~Nga mantram
om hR^idayAya namaHom shirashe namaHom shikAyai namaHom kavachAya namaHom netrAya namaHom

om hR^idayAya namaHom shirashe namaHom shikAyai namaHom kavachAya namaHom netrAya namaHom
astrAya namaH
Then saying hR^idayAya namaH, add water and saying kavachAya vauShaT, mix it. Chant the first four
of the above said pa~nchabrahma mantram and apply (with the three fingers of the right hand
mentioned above - index, middle and ring fingers) the holy ash paste on the first four places of the
body. (See below for the list of places where to apply holy ash). Chant the fifth mantram when applying
at the other parts of the body. While applying face up, so that the holy ash does not spill down on the
ground. If by mistake the holy ash spills on the ground, clean that area with water. The places to apply
the holy ash on the body
vibhUti can be worn either in 32 places or 16 places or 8 places or five places. 32 Places
HeadForeheadTwo earsTwo eyesNoseMouthNeckTwo shouldersTwo elbowsTwo wristsChestTwo
ribsNavelTwo sides of groinButtocksTwo UrUsTwo thighsTwo kneesTwo anklesTwo feet Total 32
Places16 Places
HeadForehead2 earsNeck2 Shoulders2 Elbows2 WristsChestNavel2 RibsBackTotal 16 places8 Places
HeadForehead2 ears2 ShouldersChestNavelTotal 8 places5 Places
Forehead2 ShouldersChestNavelTotal 5 places
One of the ways of taking bath as prescribed by vedas is known as Agneyam. It is defined as Agneyam
bhasmasnAnam. That is Agneyam bath is nothing but bathing in the holy ash.
The holy ash has very good medicinal value. This could prevent/cure 81 diseases that are out of air
(vAta), and 64 of diseases caused by bile(pittam), and 215 of phlegm (kapham). The Holy Ash is the
most ancient symbol. It is hailed in the vedas along with rudrAxam(2). Even the devotees of Lord viShNu
used to wear this originally (kariyamEni michai veLiya n^IRu chiRidhEyidum periya kOlath
thadaN^kaNNan, n^IRu chevvE idakkANil n^edumAladiyAr enROdum - divya prabhan^dham). The
following scriptures talk about the glory of the Holy Ash.
Pranams

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pann kalikkum kural veenaiyum kaiyum payodharamum
mann kalikkum pachai vannamum aghi mathangar kula
penngalil thondria emperumaatithan perazhage
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Regarding dress:
It will be well, if the married man and woman wears Panchakacham and Madisar, it will be a very good
thing. But, what I wish to suggest is atleast wear a dhoti. Because, if we insists something, might be
the purpose itself will get unsolved. Anyhow, wearing panchakacham and madisar will certianly keeps up
our tradition. Also, wearing madisar is a big task for today ladies. They feel bit uncomfortable with that.
Gents are also like that with panchakacham. So, feel free while doing pooja. Make the atmosphere each
and everything favourable to you and feel free. Then only you can fully concentrate over that.
Pranams

Kann Kalikkumpadi kandukonden Kadambadaviyil


pann kalikkum kural veenaiyum kaiyum payodharamum
mann kalikkum pachai vannamum aghi mathangar kula
penngalil thondria emperumaatithan perazhage
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Dear all
Before performing the archana, litting the divine lamp is an important thing. Let I share something related
to that today
1. Dont wash the lamp at the time of starting pooja. The wetness and moisture still remains there and
won't allow the lamp to light in a proper way.
2. Dont make the thread (thiri) too large, just make it in appropriate size to fit in the lamp.
3. Take a lamp with deep space inside, so that it can contain a huge amount of oil at a time. There
won't be any disturbance because of this in between to refill the lamp can be avoided.
4. For small pooja, a single face lamp is enough. Because, maintaining 5-faced lamp sometimes cause
issues. Also, care should be taken in all the faces while lighting and also maintained till the copletion of
pooja.
5. Dont put the thread at the time of pooja inside the lamp. It wont get lighted as easily. Make the
thread wet with oil already so that it will catch fire easily. If forget, just scratch some camphor powder
over the thread so that it can catch the light soon.
6. Always keep a dry waste cloth near the divine lamp, because the spill of oil may turn the whole place
worst.
7. Use gingelly oil or ghee as source.
8. There are a lot of things which can be used as thread-wicks. (cottonwicks, Lotus stem wicks, also
many other things are now available). Traditionally use cotton wicks.
9. Never allow the lamp to glow in high flame. It should be like a drop over the thread.
"Muthu pola vilaketri" (like a pearl, it should glow).
10. While lighting the lamp, think of mahalakshmi, shiva-parvathi, and deepam itself as sakthi. Chant
some slokas or namas atleast. Main thing is consider lamp as a girl, offer kumkum immediately after
lighting it. Then, provide milk before you cool that. Cooling the lamp, should be done with flower or finger
dipped with milk. Never cool the divine lamp by blowing air from mouth.
Pranams

Kann Kalikkumpadi kandukonden Kadambadaviyil


pann kalikkum kural veenaiyum kaiyum payodharamum
mann kalikkum pachai vannamum aghi mathangar kula
penngalil thondria emperumaatithan perazhage
(Abirami Andhadhi)

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Originally Posted by DURGADASAN

Dear all
Before performing the archana, litting the divine lamp is an important thing. Let I share something related
to that today
1. Dont wash the lamp at the time of starting pooja. The wetness and moisture still remains there and
won't allow the lamp to light in a proper way.
2. Dont make the thread (thiri) too large, just make it in appropriate size to fit in the lamp.
3. Take a lamp with deep space inside, so that it can contain a huge amount of oil at a time. There won't
be any disturbance because of this in between to refill the lamp can be avoided.

be any disturbance because of this in between to refill the lamp can be avoided.
4. For small pooja, a single face lamp is enough. Because, maintaining 5-faced lamp sometimes cause
issues. Also, care should be taken in all the faces while lighting and also maintained till the copletion of
pooja.
5. Dont put the thread at the time of pooja inside the lamp. It wont get lighted as easily. Make the thread
wet with oil already so that it will catch fire easily. If forget, just scratch some camphor powder over the
thread so that it can catch the light soon.
6. Always keep a dry waste cloth near the divine lamp, because the spill of oil may turn the whole place
worst.
7. Use gingelly oil or ghee as source.
8. There are a lot of things which can be used as thread-wicks. (cottonwicks, Lotus stem wicks, also many
other things are now available). Traditionally use cotton wicks.
9. Never allow the lamp to glow in high flame. It should be like a drop over the thread.
"Muthu pola vilaketri" (like a pearl, it should glow).
10. While lighting the lamp, think of mahalakshmi, shiva-parvathi, and deepam itself as sakthi. Chant some
slokas or namas atleast. Main thing is consider lamp as a girl, offer kumkum immediately after lighting it.
Then, provide milk before you cool that. Cooling the lamp, should be done with flower or finger dipped
with milk. Never cool the divine lamp by blowing air from mouth.
Pranams

Durga Sir, May I know what should be the direction, the lit wick should face. East, South like... Thank
You

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East removes sorrow and evil,


West removes debt, enemies. North provides energy to the
family and protection.
The wick can face any direction except south.

(This sloka is to be recited while lighting lamp)


Subham Karoti Kalyanam Arogyam Dhana Sampadah
Shatru Buddhi Vinashaya Dipa Jyotir Namostute
Deepajyothi Parabrahma Deepajyothi Janardhana
Deepo me hara tu paapam Deepaa Jyothir Namostute
As I said in one of my earler posts, facing south with the wick should be for dead. The direction is meant
for that pithrus. So, avoid facing south.
In my house, the divine lamp is like that it faces upward direction. (Urdhvamukha), so that we usually
considers the wick which is coming outside as face of the lamp. Actually, the urthvamuka lamps doesnt
have any face-like concepts. It shares all the directions.
We usually say this piece of thriupugazh while lighting divine lamp
"Deepa mangala jyothi namo nama
Thuya ambala leela namo nama
Deva kunjari paaga namo nama --Arul thaaraai"
Pranams

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pann kalikkum kural veenaiyum kaiyum payodharamum
mann kalikkum pachai vannamum aghi mathangar kula
penngalil thondria emperumaatithan perazhage
(Abirami Andhadhi)

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Originally Posted by DURGADASAN

East removes sorrow and evil,


West removes debt, enemies. North provides energy
to the family and protection.
The wick can face any direction except south.

(This sloka is to be recited while lighting lamp)


Subham Karoti Kalyanam Arogyam Dhana
Sampadah
Shatru Buddhi Vinashaya Dipa Jyotir Namostute
Deepajyothi Parabrahma Deepajyothi Janardhana
Deepo me hara tu paapam Deepaa Jyothir
Namostute
As I said in one of my earler posts, facing south with the wick should be for dead. The direction is meant
for that pithrus. So, avoid facing south.
In my house, the divine lamp is like that it faces upward direction. (Urdhvamukha), so that we usually
considers the wick which is coming outside as face of the lamp. Actually, the urthvamuka lamps doesnt
have any face-like concepts. It shares all the directions.
We usually say this piece of thriupugazh while lighting divine lamp
"Deepa mangala jyothi namo nama
Thuya ambala leela namo nama
Deva kunjari paaga namo nama --Arul thaaraai"
Pranams

Durga sir, Thank you for your very detailed presentation. Just out of quest for further learning: We
worship and seek pithru's blessings for our's and our progeny's welfare and a good life. Such being the
need why not the wick face south also which is the direction of pithrus.

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Am I right in my understanding that: direction is immaterial in a multi wick lamp, lamps in temple, when
thousand lamps( AAyiram depam or Laksha deepam) are lighted.
Also Bhasma(sacred ash) can be applied in plain with plain water in the morning ,and with a little sandal
in the noon/day.( This is to quell the heat in the noon/day).
A simple "Shambho Mahadeva" may be sufficient to chant while doing the Bhasma Dhaaranam(applying
sacred ash), if we don't know the mantras.
I like to be corrected if wrong.

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