In Hindu culture, farmers worship the god Varuna – the Hindu god of rain and water each year to bring the rainy season back on earth. It’s an old-aged practice that people continue to perform with the utmost belief of having adequate rainfall that will help them harvest great crops each year.
In India, people generally worship Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, and Space – the five elements in Hinduism in the form of separate Gods. These are called Pancha Mahabhutas. The practice is being continued from Vedic times, giving importance to the natural factors as they play a vital role in human lives.
According to belief, practicing the Varuna Yajna ritual can call monsoon season and here is how https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9StMoOkex0.
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