Puja

(pooja) The ritualistic worship of a deity.
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Puja

[Buddhism] In Buddhism, puja (Sanskrit & Pali: pūjā) are expressions of `honour, worship and devotional attention.` Acts of puja include bowing, making offerings and chanting. These devotional acts are generally performed daily at home (either in the morning or evening or both) as well as during communal festivals and Uposatha days at a t...
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Puja

[Hinduism] In Hinduism, puja is done on a variety of occasions, frequency and settings. It may include daily puja done in the home, to occasional temple ceremonies and annual festivals, to few lifetime events such as birth of a baby or a wedding, or to begin a new venture. The two main areas where puja is performed are in the home and at te...
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Puja

India A Hindu ceremony
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puja

Ceremony/act of worship, offering.
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Puja

Hindu Worship; flower offerings.
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puja

in Hinduism, ceremonial worship, ranging from brief daily rites in the home to elaborate temple rituals. The components of a puja vary greatly ... [5 related articles]
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Puja

worship or adoration to idols, images or persons.
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puja

Worship, in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism
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puja

Worship, in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. In Hinduism, puja is performed to a
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