Satyanarayan pooja and biodiversity

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Satyanarayan pooja and biodiversity

The following article has been directly embedded from Wikipedia. Satyanarayan Pooja is mostly conducted in the Western part of the country. The Wikipedia entry talks about the rituals performed during this pooja. The platform on which God's idol is set up is a treat to the eyes. It feels like a forest in there. You'd see coconut leaves, several different flowers, tulsi leaves, rice, different spices, oil, ghee, almonds, coconuts etc. in the surrounding area. This pooja is an example of how deep the connection is between India's sociocultural fabric and its biodiversity.

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Title Satyanarayan pooja and biodiversity Article is on this general topic Mythology and religion Author Gaurav Moghe
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