Shani Dev: There are a large number of devotees of Shani Dev, who is called the son of Sun and the god of justice. Shani Dev is worshiped in Shani temple on Saturdays, but the idol of Shani Dev is not kept in the house. The reason behind this is special.
- Special things are taken care of in the worship of Shani Dev.
- Shani Dev is considered the god of justice.
- There is a special worship of Shani Dev on Saturday.
Shani Dev: Idol worship has special significance in Hinduism. For the worship of God, people usually keep the idols of all the gods and goddesses in their homes. Usually the idols of Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati, Maa Durga, Radha-Krishna etc. are kept at the Puja Mandir or the place of worship of the house and they are worshiped daily. But the idol of Goddess Durga, idol of Bhairavnath and idol of Shani Dev is not kept in the house. In such a situation, we know that what is the reason that the idol of Shani Dev is not kept in the house.
Because of this, the idol of Shani Dev is not kept in the house
There are a large number of devotees of Shani Dev, who is called the son of Surya and the god of justice. This can be gauged from the fact that on Saturdays there is an influx of devotees in Shani temple. Despite this, people do not keep the idol of Shani Dev in their house. According to mythology, Shani Dev has been cursed that whoever he sees, he will be harmed. This is the reason that to avoid the sight of Shani Dev, his idol is not installed in the house. Nor is he worshiped at home. Shani temple is considered a suitable place for worshiping Shani Dev.
Special attention is given to these things in the worship of Shani Dev
It is said that one should not look towards Shani Dev while worshiping in the temple.
In the temple, the idols of Shani Dev are not seen standing in front of them or by putting their eyes in their eyes.
On Saturday, it is donated to the poor by offering it on a tree of Peepal tree or near the idol of Shani Dev. While offering oil to Shani Dev, care is taken that the oil does not fall here and there.
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