Bhai duj puja
Bhai Dooj pujan
Bhai Dooj also called Bhau-Beej / Bhai Tika / Bhai Phota is a event celebrated by Hindus in India with huge energy on the last day of the five-day-long Diwali festival. This is the 2nd day of the bright fortnight or Shukla Paksha of the Hindu month of Kartika.
The celebrations of this day are the same event of Raksha Bandhan. This event celebrates the beauty of the everlasting bond of love and affection from a brother and a sister. All of this day, sisters pray for their brothers to have long and joyful lives by performing the Tika ceremony as a mark of love and protection against evil forces. The custom is also called 'Bhagini Hastha Bhojanam', this means 'Having meal with the sister'. In return, sister gets her brothers' protection, care and love. Bhai duj day known as yam dwitiya marks the visit of Lord (bhagawan) Yama (god of death) to the house of his sister who drew propitious mark on his forehead for his power, safety and health. Despite the fact Bhaiya Dooj is celebrated by using alterantive approcahes across the nation, but the implication of the festival remains same throughout, as the festival of Bhai Dooj strengthens the enduring bond of brother and sister.
Bhai duj or yam dwitiya Pujan is very impactful and useful for the next:
- To shield your brother from enemies/adversaries.
- This puja has immense power of a protection curse.
- To remove a curse, misfortune, black magic spells which have been cast against your brother.
- To reduce the malefic effect of afflicted Mercury.
- To bond long term love and a good relationship between sisters and brothers.
- To get rid of malefic effect of caused third house in kundli.
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