Parad(Mercury) Ramdarbar Statue
Parad(Mercury) Ramdarbar Statue consists of Lord Rama, Lakshman, Maa Sita and Lord Hanuman. Lord Rama took birth on the earth in the Treta Yuga and he is also known as the perfect man or Maryada Purshottama and destroys the evil forces. As a mortal, he preached to all humans that any acts within his limitations will always succeed in his / her life. Lord Rama is also considered as the seventh revered incarnation of the Lord Vishnu. He is one of the most respected Gods in Hinduism. Lakshman was the younger brother of Lord Rama. Lord Hanuman is the dedicated devotee of Lord Rama. Goddess Sita is considered as the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. Pandit NM Shrimali says that. Lord Rama teaches us the way to adopt the path of Dharma or duty and righteousness. Lord Sri Ram gave the message of keeping oneself away and free from all ill-will. He was dedicated to spreading knowledge to all as finding Vishavatma along with Atma for making life useful. He is the symbol of good manners and virtue and is a man of high values and morals. Lord Rama is represented holding a bow and arrow, which signifies that he is a destroyer of sins and evil forces.
Pandit Ji advises that Lord Rama is a humble God and cares for his devotees, so the prayers offered to him always prove fruitful. The entire Ramdarbar is a representation of us and our own complete self. These deities signify various aspects of the powers of Gods and his qualities. It is also said that by adopting the qualities of Lord Ram and devoting yourself in Rama Bhakti one can live a prosperous life full of peace.
Importance of Parad(Mercury) Ramdarbar Statue worship: By worshipping Lord Sri Rama it is believed that all type of sins of humans come to an end and preaching the path of dharma leads to inner peace and liberation, and the significant reason why Lord Ram was also known as Maryada Purushottam.
Favourable time for worship: Pandit ji.. advises the time for worship of Sri Ram Darbar, from 6:00 am to 6:30 am daily. During this time the process of bathing Lord Sri Ram, Sri Laxman, Mata Sita, Lord Sri Shiv is performed. Shringar Aarti is performed at 8:00 am and Sandhya Aarti is performed at 7:00 pm daily.
Items used in pooja: Rollie, rice, sugar, Chandan, flowers, dhoop, Mauli, milk, mishri, prasad, ritufal, Ganga Jal, tulsi patta are the items used for performing the pooja of Shri Ram Darbar.
The procedure of pooja of Ramdarbar: According to Pandit NM Shrimali, pooja of Shri Ram Darbar starts daily at 6:00 am. The bathing process of Lord Sri Ram, Laxman and Sita are performed with Vedic Mantras according to Sanatana Dharma. Along with them the bathing process with Ganga Jal and tulsi is performed for other deities like Lord Ganesha, Mata Saraswati, charan paduka of Lord Sri Ram, Ram Yantra, Mata Laxmi, Lord Shankar, Lord Sri Ram, Mata Sita, Sri Laxman, Sri Hanuman Then shringar is done by using kesar mixed in Chandan; then flowers are showered on them. The Mangal Aarti is performed at 6.30 am and at 7 am bhog of milk and fruits is offered. Every day at 12-noon bhog is offered to all the deities. In the evening at 7:00 pm Sandhya Aarti is done and at 8:00 pm in the night, the bhog is offered to the deities. After performing Shyam Aarti at 9:30 pm in the night all deities are put on sleep and water used for bathing purposes of deities is distributed to all devotees as charnamrit. Mishri, fruits, elaichi dana are distributed to the devotees as the Prasad of the Gods.
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