Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Kinds of Kalash in Mantra Puja Vidhi

The Kalash or Kalasha [कलश] is an Indian Water Jug, which is extensively used in most rituals, Puja- Archana-Vidhis, Mantra Sadhanas and Prayogs. The main function of the Kalash in these rituals is to store the water needed for the rituals. Tantra Shastra has prescribed the use of certain kinds of Kalash for some specific Sadhanas.

Shantikarma – A Gold Kalash embedded with Navaratna, the nine Indian astrological gems – Ruby, Pearl, Red Coral, Emerald, Yellow Sapphire, Diamond, Blue Sapphire, Hessonite and Cat’s Eye.  If such a Kalash in unavailable, then a Silver or Copper Kalash can be used.

Vashikaran and Uchattan – A Clay Kalash is used.

Mohini Prayog – Silver Kalash is most beneficial.

Maran Mantra Sadhana or Tantra – An Iron Kalash is believed to be most effective.

If the prescribed Kalash is unavailable at the time of conducting the Puja/Sadhana, then a Copper Kalash can be used.


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