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Giri Darbai Grass - Kattai Darbai | Kusha Grass/ Darbai Pul/ Tharbai Pul for Pooja

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SKU 4052460
Width Height Depth Weight

2 inch

10 inch

0.25 inch


• Dharbai, also known as Tharpai Pull and Kusha grass, is a sacred grass revered in Hindu traditions for its numerous spiritual and practical applications. This holy grass holds profound significance in various rituals and ceremonies, from appeasing ancestral spirits to protecting against negative energies.

• In Vedic scriptures, dharbai is considered a symbol of purity, spiritual elevation, and the connection between the physical and spiritual realms. It is believed to possess purifying properties and facilitate the transmission of positive energies, making it an indispensable element in Hindu rituals.

Dharbai finds its way into various Hindu rituals, each with its unique significance:

• Amavasya Tarpanam: During the new moon, dharbai is used to perform rituals and karmanusthanams to soothe the souls of ancestors and evoke blessings from the spirits.

• Pitru Homam: Dharbai plays a crucial role in pitru homam rituals, which are performed to honor and appease departed ancestors.

• Eclipse Protection: During eclipses, dharbai is believed to protect individuals from harmful cosmic energies.

• Pavitram, Koorcham, and Bugnam: Nuni dharbai, a clump of Kusha grass, is used to create pavitram, a purifying agent; koorcham, a ring worn during rituals; and bugnam, a sacred thread.

• Even the remnants of dharbai, known as katta dharbai, hold significance. They are used as idukku pul, a seat during rituals, and asana, a sacred space for offerings. Additionally, katta dharbai plays an important role in tharpanam, a ritual of offering reverence to departed ancestors.

• Dharbai is an excellent conductor and preserver of positive energies. It is believed to carry and amplify spiritual energies, facilitating connection with higher spiritual realms.

• Dharbai is considered a thoughtful gift for temples and can be used in various rituals. It is also believed to protect individuals from toxic radiation and negative energies of all types, making it an essential element for both auspicious and inauspicious occasions.

• Dharbai energetically shields the area around it from negative energies created by negative thoughts. It simultaneously works to carry and amplify spiritual energies and helps to connect with the higher spiritual realms.