Pujari

A pujari or archaka is a Hindu temple priest. The word comes from the Sanskrit/Hindi word `Puja` meaning worship. They are responsible for performing temple rituals, including puja and aarti, and taking care of murtis. Pujaris are mainly drawn from the Hindu Brahmin caste. Both men and women can be pujaris. ==Lifestyle== All pujaris are expected.....
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pujari

Hindu priest. A pujari looks after the chief murti (sacred image of a god) of a mandir (temple), and performs ceremon...
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pujari

Hindu priest. A pujari looks after the chief murti (sacred image of a god) of a mandir (temple), and performs ceremonies such as arti, an offering of ghee, incense, flowers, and water; and havan, a fire-offering. The pujari will also lead the bhajan (hymn singing) in larger temples. After waking the murti in the morning, the pujari carefull...
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