Sixth Maya loves these 5 fruits, don’t forget to add them to the soup.

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Fruits in Chhath Pooja

Chhath Puja, the great spring festival, is starting tomorrow. Chhath Puja which starts from Nahay Khe is completed in 4 days. Chhath Puja worships the saffron sun and Chhathi Maya. Millions of people in the country and abroad celebrate the festival of devotion with great pomp and show. Chhath is celebrated not only in Bihar but also in Delhi, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand. In Chhath Puja, the material of the puja has a special importance. Special tikkas and special fruits are added to the dura or diggar and soups prepared for the puja. Fruits that Chhati Maya likes are included as Prasad. Pooja is incomplete without these fruits, add them to your soup.

Be sure to include these fruits in Chhath Puja.

dabh- Dabha is definitely included in Chhath Puja Dal. It is bigger than a lemon. It is also called dab lemon. Animals don’t eat it and Chhati Maya loves this fruit very much. Make sure to include it in the Chhath Puja content.

what- Banana, Lord Vishnu’s favorite fruit, is also offered in Chhath Puja. Chatti Maya also likes banana very much. Therefore, it is kept in the equipment of worship. Banana is considered very auspicious.
coconut- Coconut is also known as sari fruit. Coconut also has special importance in Chhath Puja. If you want, you can add raw or dry coconut to the dal. Coconut pleases Goddess Lakshmi and sustains her blessings.
Sanghara- Chhath Prasad includes seasonal fruits. Currently, raw water chestnuts are available in abundance. The water chestnut is loved by Goddess Lakshmi and is included in the sixth Maya offering. It is believed to help in maintaining wealth and property in the house.
Suthini- Sothni is a fruit similar to yam, which is included in Chhath Puja. Suthani is considered a sacred fruit. It originates underground. Suthini is rich in nutrients.
sugar cane- Chhath Puja is considered incomplete without sugarcane. People tie sugarcane and worship the sun in a ghat or stream. Sugarcane is also used in stews and soups. It maintains sweetness in family and relationships.

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