Bel leaves

Bellaterra leaves have some rules – 1 A bunch of three leaves of Belpatra is offered to Lord Shiva. It is said that all pilgrimages reside at their core.

2 If you have to offer It to Mahadev on Monday, then they should be plucked on Sundays because Bel leaves are not broken on Mondays. Apart from this, breaking Bel leaves on Chaturthi, Ashtami, Navami, Chaturdashi, and Amavasya at the time of Sankranti is also prohibited.

3 They are never impure. Bellaterra that has already been offered can also be washed again and offered.

4 Torn leaves of this should never be offered. These are considered fragmented.

5 there are always offered upside down to Lord Shiva. That is, the part towards the smooth surface should be offered Belpatra only while touching the idol of Shiva. Always offer Belpatra with the help of the ring finger, thumb, and middle finger. Along with this, do the Jalabhishek of Shiva.

6 Belpatra is also called Shri Vriksha. Worship of Belpatra is considered to end sin and poverty and make it prosperous. Goddess Mahalakshmi is very pleased by planting Bel leaves in the house. These leaves are considered to be the form of Laxmi.

7 The three-leafed bel patra is a symbol of the trinity: Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh (Shiva). According to the scriptures, the three leaves of Bel Patra also represent the three eyes of Lord Shiva.

8 It is also an effective medicine for phlegm, Vata disorder, diarrhea, indigestion, urinary disease, diabetes, dysentery, and dry leucorrhoea in the body.



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