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Kansa Ghanti

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In Hinduism, Kansa Ghanti are generally hung at the temple dome in front of the Garbhagriha. … It is said that by ringing the bell, the devotee informs the deity of his/her arrival. The sound of the bell is considered auspicious which welcomes divinity and dispels evil.

It is believed that when you ring the bell, then your mind becomes empty from thoughts. … A bell is rung in a temple, mostly during the waving of light in front of the deity, while bathing the deity and while offering food. Devotees on entering the temple also hit the Ghanta hanged in front of sanctorum

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In Hinduism, Kansa Ghanti are generally hung at the temple dome in front of the Garbhagriha. … It is said that by ringing the bell, the devotee informs the deity of his/her arrival. The sound of the bell is considered auspicious which welcomes divinity and dispels evil.

It is believed that when you ring the bell, then your mind becomes empty from thoughts. … A bell is rung in a temple, mostly during the waving of light in front of the deity, while bathing the deity and while offering food. Devotees on entering the temple also hit the Ghanta hanged in front of sanctorum

Brass Bell or Ghanti is an Indian bell used in Hindu rituals. These bells are used in mandirs/ temples as well as in home. It is used for worshipping purposes. Ghanta is sounded prior to actual Puja and praise commences. It is often called as Pooja bell or Ghanti. Hand held bells are held in left hand and rung continuously while the various other Puja items are offered to God with right hand. It is considered that the ringing bells wards off evil spirit and is pleasant to God. Producing sharp sound by bell or Ghanti, considered very sacred. There are many types of bells including typical Indian bell and Tibetan bell. When, we use bell during prayers, good feelings along with spirit and faith in God increases. The devotee rings bell as soon as he enters Mandir or temple. Bell is used in all type of pooja.”

 

The scientific reason is, A Kansa Ghanti clears our mind and helps us stay sharp and keep our full concentration on devotional purpose while we are entering the inner sanctum. The Temple bells are made of a mixture of various metals like Cadmium, Copper, Zinc, Nickel, Lead, Chromium, Manganese

 

In Buddhism, the resonance of a bell signifies ‘pure wisdom’ because the sound is one of perfect harmony and clarity. The Hindu Goddess, Saraswati, the bringer of knowledge and wisdom, is associated with the bell. The reverberation of the bell is used to help worshippers disengage the mind so that it becomes receptive

 

Try Gopal Ghaghra for your Kanha ji

 

 

Made up of brass.It weight 200g and height 6″.

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