essentials for puja bratabandha

Essentials to Collect for Bratabandha


This article is purely just a list of ingredients required for Bratabandha and does not contain any definition nor the process. If you want to know about the introduction and process, follow this link for the Introductions as well as the FAQ of Bratabandha. Along with that if you want to know about the process, follow this link that explains the Why’s and How’s of Bratabandha

1. For Hawan 

  1. Keshari (Saffron)
  2. Abir
  3. Sindoor
  4. Jau
  5. Til (Sesame)
  6. Dhoop (Insense stick)
  7. Kapoor
  8. Batti (lights)
  9. Til ko tel (sesame oil)
  10. Kacho Dhaago (raw threads)
  11. Charu (jau, til chamal ghyu and fruits mix)
  12. Ghee
  13. Daura (firewood)
  14. PanchaPallab (Collection of 5 leaves (Bar, Peepal, Aap, Pakari, Dungri))
  15. Pancharatna (5 different types of stones (Gold, Silver, Pearl, Muga (coral), Poowalo))
  16. Sharwasdhi
  17. Singosupari (full supari) gota 15
  18. Janai Jor 5 (5 pairs of janai)
  19. Dhan 5 Bhaag taparima (5 sets of rice in tapari)
  20. Chaamal 7 bhaag (7 sets of rice in tapari)
  21. Purnpatra 1 bhaag (1set of purnapatra in bota or tapari)
  22. Wastra – Rato seto aadha aadha meter (Half meter of red and white cloths each)
  23. Sarsiyun Kanika 
  24. Kalash Lai Maato Ko Ghaita Paanch (5 clay pots or kalash)
  25. Iit (Brick)
  26. Maato (Soil)
  27. Gobar (Cow Dung)
  28. Naibedya (Sweets that are cooked for this ceremony like Kheer, Sel, and Puri.)
  29. Pakwaan (Food delicacies)
  30. Misthaan (Sweets)
  31. Phalful (Fruits)
  32. Pooja Bhaadama (In puja utensil)
  33. Panchapatra Aachmani
  34. Arghya (A Tapari or a copper utensil of Arghya Patra, with Banana, Water, Curd, Kus, and Dubo)
  35. Karma Patra (A copper bowl filled with Kus, Flowers, Jau, Til, and Akshyata)
  36. Puja Thali 
  37. Panchamrit 
  38. Doodh (Milk)
  39. Curd
  40. Ghee
  41. Honey
  42. Sugar
  43. Fruits
  44. Dubo
  45. Mango
  46. Chaap 
  47. Peepal leaf
  48. Panchagavya
  49. Grihat
  50. Gobar (holy shit)
  51. Milk
  52. Ghee
  53. Curd
  54. Paan
  55. Masala (spices)
  56. Ghritachchhaya Ko Nimti Kaanshko Kachaura Ghee (For the Sake of Ghritachchhaya- Ghee in Kaanch Kataura)
  57. Suwarna Pratima Siplikaanko Pranita Prokshni
  58. Khayarko Suro

2. For bratabandha

Jutika bandhan 

  1. Pooja Samagri 
  2. Keshari 1 Batta 
  3. Aabir 2 batta 
  4. Sindoor of rs 5
  5. Gorochan
  6. Sarsyun
  7. Pitta Wasra 3 Meters (Clothes for Father – 3 Meter)
  8. Raato Wasra 2 Meter (Red Clothes – 2 Meter)
  9. Seto Wasra 2 Meter (White Clothes – 2 Meter)
  10. Til half Kg
  11. Suwarna Pratima 10 Pieces
  12. Whole supari 1 pau (200 grams)
  13. Janai 30 pairs 
  14. Kumkum (Holy Red Powder)
  15. Curd 
  16. Akshayata
  17. Kus (It is a plant where Lord Vishnu is said to reside and considered pure for any ritual)
  18. Jau 1 Kg
  19. Haledo
  20. Gobar
  21. Brahman Dakshina (Donations to the Brahman)
  22. Dumsi kadha (spikes of porcupine )
  23. Gaudan (a process of donating the cow to the priests traditionally)

Bukuwa

  1. Haledo 
  2. Sarsyun
  3. Methi
  4. Tori
  5. Curd

Chuda karma

  1. Puja samagri
  2. Hawan
  3. Graha Shanti
  4. Chadi Thapne (Recieving the Walking stick from the GuruJi)
  5. Dumshi Kadha 3 Thauma (3 Sets of Porcupine Spikes)
  6. Seto Bhayeko Sunko Chura (White-Gold Knife)
  7. Kaansh ko Kataura (Bronze Bowel)
  8. Kaansh ko Thaalc (Bronze Plate)
  9. Palaash Samidha
  10. Taato – Chiso Pani 
  11. Ghee
  12. Gangajal (Holy Water from River Ganga)
  13. Maas Ko Chaanta (Chunk of Meat)
  14. Phool Mala (Flower Garland)
  15. Janai
  16. Supadi (Beetle nut)
  17. Pancha Pallava
  18. Dubo (Bermuda Grass)
  19. Sagun
  20. Sindoor
  21. Keshari
  22. Abir
  23. Meti 
  24. Dakshina

Bhaar

  1. Dahitheki (Bowl where the curd is placed)
  2. Perungo ukhu 4 (sugarcane)
  3. Janai
  4. Supadi
  5. Nauni (Soft Ghee/ A Type of Ghee)
  6. Baachhiko Gobar (Calf Dung)
  7. Curd
  8. Chiura (Beaten Rice)
  9. Sel
  10. Kasaar (A type of Hard Sweet)
  11. Pahelo Wasra (Yellow Clothes)
  12. Chhura(Dagger)
  13. Kaichi (Scissor)
  14. Nau (Barber)
  15. Didi- Bahini -Aama 
  16. Godan

Ganesh Wataarne

  1. Kassarko Pitho
  2. Nanglo (Nanglo is a flat round woven tray made up of bamboo)
  3. Pitta Washra 
  4. Pakaeko Khuudo (Cooked Grain)
  5. Panchayallwa
  6. Pancharatna
  7. Curd
  8. Phool
  9. Dubo
  10. Janai 2 pair
  11. Supadi
  12. Dip 2 (Oil lantern)
  13. Kalash 2
  14. Bheti Dakshina

Kalash

  1. Tama Kalash (Copper Kalash)
  2. Pancharangi Reshami Patti (5 Colored Silk Tablet)

Purwanga

  1. Lagna lekhne Samagri (Materials to draw the auspicious day)
  2. Matrika Puja Samagri (Materials for Matrika Puja- available online)
  3. Pitta Wastra
  4. Dori (Rope)
  5. Daura (Firewood)
  6. Machha (Fish)
  7. Palungo (A type of Spinach)
  8. Curd
  9. Akshayata
  10. Sagun
  11. Bheti
  12. Dakshina

Biskun Sukaune

  1. Sagun 2 sets
  2. Pitta Wastra 
  3. Soonko Kodaalo (Gold Farming Tool)
  4. Janai
  5. Supadi
  6. Curd
  7. Akashyata 
  8. Dakshina 

Yagya

  1. Lingo 5 (Border Pillar made of Banana Leaves for Yagya)
  2. Kera Tham 5 (Banana Stumps)
  3. Paiyayun Paat 
  4. Toran (Jute Rope)
  5. Panchapallab
  6. Dhaago (threads)
  7. Khanti
  8. Iit (Brick)
  9. Soil
  10. Gobar (holy shit)
  11. Water
  12. Kasaar
  13. Chiura
  14. Sel
  15. Daneuraa
  16. Babiyoko Dori (Rope Made from Babiyo Plant)
  17. Aap (mango)
  18. Chaap
  19. Peepal leaf

Griha Pooja

  1. Chata (umbrella)
  2. Jutta (Shoes)
  3. Dhoti ( A type of Dress)
  4. Jataa Nariwal (Ripe Coconut)
  5. 9 Rangi Kapada (9 Colored Cloth)

Upanayana

  1. Bhunja Kandhani 
  2. Paatko Lagauti (prawar-gaanthoka)(kshyatrilai taandoko) (Primitive Undergarment made from Leaves)
  3.  Pahelo Bhekhala
  4. Kumaarko Palash Danda (kshettri belko) (A walking stick made from Palash Given to the one male)
  5. Sunthailo (Golden Purse)
  6. Jholo (Purse)
  7. Krishna Saar
  8. Mrigacharma (Deer Skin)
  9. Kus
  10. Kaansaa Kataura – 8 pieces
  11. Janai – 8 sets
  12. Supari – 8 pieces
  13. Kanya le Kaateko Janai (Janai made by a Pre-adolescent Girl from Raw Threads)
  14. Bhikshya Patra (Copper bowl used by beggers/Sage to beg)
  15. Bhikshya ko chaamal (Rice gained from Begging)
  16. Nariwal (Coconut)
  17. Falful (Fruits)
  18. Pranita Prokshyani 
  19. Suro
  20. Aajyasthaali 
  21. Ghee
  22. Palaas Samidha
  23. Purna patra
  24. Aasani – 2
  25. Pancha patra – 2
  26. Aachmani – 2
  27. Gurulai Wastra
  28. Guru Bheti
  29. Janai
  30. Supadi
  31. Curd
  32. Bheti
  33. Paan
  34. Gaudaan  
  35. Daan Pratistha (A process similar to Sankalpa)
  36. Brahman Bhojan (A meal for Brahmans)
  37. Dakshina

Vedaarambha

  1. Puja Samagri (Materials for Puja – rice, holy red color etc.)
  2. Puja Bhada (Plate or any utensils used for Puja)
  3. Veda aasani (A place to worship the Veda)
  4. Pranita Prokshyani (Representations of Gods in Hawan)
  5. Suro (A wooden Ladle in shape of a hand used to put ghee during Hawan)
  6. Samidha 
  7. Purnapatra
  8. Guri Bheti
  9. Pustak Bheti (Offerings for Books – as books represents gods)
  10. Gaudan
  11. Dan Pratistha
  12. Dakshina

Samawartan

  1. Tamra kalash (Copper Kalash) 8
  2. Dhaan tapari (Tapari for Barley) 8
  3. Dumri Datiwan (12 aangulko) (Branch of a Dumri Plant used as a Brush)
  4. Palas Samidha 
  5. Sahashra Dhaara ( A Tap found above idols that is not allowed to run out of water)
  6. Dhoti
  7. Rumal (Handkerchief)
  8. Piira (A small Sitting Chair)
  9. Janai
  10. Laganko Bhoto (A type of undergarment worn during specific rituals and other auspicious days)
  11. Jaamaa (A Type of Kilt)
  12. Pagari (A ritual headgear made out of Clothes)
  13. Dosalla (Sarf)
  14. Chaugadi
  15. Authi (ring)
  16. Top (Earring)
  17. Kandhani (Ritual Black Threads Worn on the Hips)
  18. Attar
  19.  Aina (mirror)
  20. Chandan (Sandalwood)
  21. Phool mala
  22. Dubo Maala
  23. Jantar (A Ritual Pendant)
  24. Kantha
  25. Gajal (black eye shadow)
  26. Kaal Tiki
  27. Sindhur
  28. Taap
  29. Latthi(Stick)
  30. Jutta (Shoe)
  31. Chhata (Umbrella)
  32. Chadhne Sawari (Vehicle)
  33. Panche Baaja (A Traditional Group of Musical Instruments)
  34. Matri Bheti
  35. Guru bheti
  36. Devata Bheti
  37. Gaudan
  38. Brahman Bhojan

Astha Kumbhaka Buti

  1. Aswastha 
  2. Rakta
  3. Pamarga
  4. Kesara
  5. Bata
  6. Durwa
  7. Kus
  8. Kankola
  9. Udumbar
  10. Indrawalli
  11. Sahadev
  12. Jatamasi
  13. Palshya
  14. Vishnu ikranta
  15. Musali
  16. Panas
  17. Tulsi
  18. Keshar
  19. Musta
  20. Chaampak
  21. Bachaa (Bojho)
  22. Kash
  23. Tejpatra
  24. Aamra
  25. Shankha Pushpi
  26. Jaati
  27. Ushiir
  28. Ashok
  29. Sami

Nawagraha ko samidha

  1. Surya- aak
  2. Som- palaans
  3. Bhauma- khayar
  4. Budha- apamaargha
  5. Brihaspati – peepal
  6. Sukra- dumri
  7. Rahu- dubo
  8. Ketu – kus

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