Why is the bell ringed at the time of worship in the temple, know its religious significance

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According to beliefs, the bell must be ringed at the time of worship. It is believed that the tradition of ringing bells in temples is going on since the Vedic period. At the same time, some people believe that the sound of the bell gives an experience of inner peace. Let us tell you the importance behind it.

New Delhi:

You must have seen huge bells or bells hanging outside every temple and religious places associated with Hinduism, which devotees reverently play as soon as they enter the temple, but have you ever thought that after all these bells are kept in the temple. What’s the importance of putting it outside and playing it? It is a matter of faith in Hinduism. It is believed that the tradition of ringing bells in temples is going on since the Vedic period. According to the scriptures, the bell must be ringed at the time of worship, because with the sound coming from the bell, the idols of God kept in the temple become conscious and the worship reaches the Lord. At the same time, some people believe that the sound of the bell gives an experience of inner peace. Let us tell you the importance behind it.

Religious reason for ringing the bell Significance Of Bell In Temple

According to religious beliefs, the sound emitted by ringing a bell activates the seven chakras of the body. It is believed that the sound emanating from the bell harmonizes the right and left lobes of the brain, which creates unity between them i.e. removes negative thoughts.

It is said that the sound of the bell in the present can help in focusing. For your information, let us tell you that many metals are used to prepare the bell. It is believed that the sound of the bell destroys the harmful microbes present in the air. It is said that this is why the bell is rung during the worship for a clean environment.

It is described in the Puranas that when the universe was created, at that time a voice resonated, the sound of that bell is considered to be a symbol of the same sound, hence the practice of ringing the bell while performing puja-arati is going on since very ancient times. Is.

It is believed that the sound of the bell removes negativity. Along with this, it spreads positivity by purifying the environment. In Hinduism, bells are worshiped with flowers.

It is said that the captivating and delectable sound of the bell has the power to take the mind and the mind towards spirituality. It is believed that by ringing the bell in the temple, the sins of many human births are destroyed. Apart from this, the mind experiences peace by connecting with the rhythm of the bell.

It is said that whenever there is a puja-arati in the temple in the morning and evening, the bells are played with a rhythm and a sound, which gives a feeling of peace and divine presence to the people present there.

Apart from this, another reason is told behind the ringing of the bell, it is said that as soon as entering the temple, the bell is rang to get the permission of the deities or to attract attention.

It is believed that the Gods and Goddesses like the sound of bell, conch, and alligator, that is why a bell is rang to please them.

(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on general assumptions and information. Granthshala does not confirm this.)

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