The Sanskrit word “Prasad” is the divine food that is offered to the deities while prayer.
Each day of the week has its religious importance in Hinduism.
During the prayer, Hindus offer food, light, incense stick, Ganga water along with flowers to the Hindu deities.
Goddess Saraswati is the Hindu deity worshipped grandly in many Indian territories, especially in Hindu Bengali culture, Saraswati puja is a must in every student-households and educational institution.
Hinduism is a colorful yet unique religion with ample rituals and customs.
Applying Tilak on forehead is a Hindu religious practice that is continuing from the ‘Pauranik’ (ancient) period.
In few parts of the Indian sub-continent, especially in West Bengal, women wear “Alta” or bright red colored liquid on her feet and palms.
In Hinduism, every festival or before the starting of any good thing, Hindus perform puja.
“Janmashtami” is the auspicious celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna.
Hindu religion is filled with various unique yet skeptical activities, which not only has religious but medicinal significance as well.