POOJA_ MANDAP ROPAN AND WEDDING

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					               POOJA, MANDAP ROPAN AND WEDDING ITEMS

                            Ganesh Pooja and Mandvo Ropan

Ganesh Bhagvan ni murti, Kuri

Devo

Ghee

Agarbatti (1 packet)

Abhil, Gulal, Kanku

Mindhol

Marexthumb, and sapatya, (clay small dishes)

Small amount of rice grains

Elchi (pkt)

Laving (pkt)

Sakar (pkt) Smarties (optional)

Gor/Dhana (small amount), as another option you may wish to get smarties, etc.

Bamboo shoot and medium sized pot full of compost

Nagar ver na pan ( approx 15-20)

Coconut (1)

Copper karasyo (1)

2’ by 2’ red cotton cloth

Small bajot

Combhanaru (coloured sacred thread)

Vatki of panchamrat (milk, honey, sugar, ghee, yoghurt)

1 Steel plate and small vatki to place items above in

2 small spoons

Loose flowers
                                   Wedding Items



Additional white cotton cloth 2’ by 2, Varmaka, antarpaa t

Small Packet of rice grains

Small Packet of sopari

Small packet of wheat seeds

Small Packet of dried dates

Small Packet of mhag

Coconut (1)

Mhag na pindya

Mhag (watered) small amount

pokhar sticks (4) to be brought by bride’s side

Jau, tal, loose flowers.

4 steel plates for the above, Ghee, and kapoor

Wooden sticks for Haven (can be purchased from garden centre – one bag will do)

And Sindhoor, plain sari, and chundri to be brought by groom’s side



It is so important to remember that you buy these things once. I ask you to buy quality
in the other items. It does not cost much to buy the items, but it is in order for the
bride to set up a Mandir somewhere in here home. So I will arrange everything that is
purchased for the bride and place this neatly in a gift bag. The flowers used in the
Hasta melap should be preserved as a theme of the importance of the joining of hands.
The Sindhoor used should also be preserved. If the bride and groom are to go on
honeymoon then I will ask someone close to complete the above task, preserving
these items. The wood for the fire will be preserved. There are times in the future
when we may need this.

				
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