Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Siddha Brass Puja Bell (Ghanti)

Puja Bell (Ghanti)
Siddha Brass Puja Bell (Puja Ghanti)
Beneficial for... Doing Prayer, Puja and Sadhana.

This Siddha Temple Bell is charged by Ganesha mantra. A beautiful carved brass and bronze traditional Ghanti (bell) with a finely engraved peacock-head in the handle that is used in all pujas for invoking the Gods. The ringing of the bell produces what is regarded as an auspicious sound. Puja Bell (Puja Ghanti) produces the sound Om, the universal name of the Lord. There should be auspiciousness within and without, to gain the vision of the Lord who is all-auspiciousness.
An added significance of ringing the bell is that they help drown any in-auspicious or irrelevant noises and comments that might disturb or distract the worshippers in their devotional ardor (dedication) , concentration and inner peace. The fine combination of pure brass and bronze produces a harmonious and rich tonal sound when rung by hand while singing the Aarti or even chanting traditional Mantras for worship. The exquisitely etched grooves complement the slender and graceful lines of the bell. Puja Bell (Puja Ghanti) has a special protective lacquer coating to prevent it from tarnishing. Prayers or Puja of any kind on any occasion are incomplete without the joyous sounds and chanting of this fine Puja Bell.