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What is the significance of Durva in Shree Ganesh Pujan?

Dūrvā is a special type of sacred grass. The word durva is derived from the words duhu and avam. Duhu means that which is far away and avam means that which brings closer. According to this meaning, durva is that which brings the distant pure spiritual particles (pavitraks) of Shree Ganapati closer. Durva are used in auspicious events and ritualistic worship of Deities, especially in the worship of Shree Gannapati. Click here to read more.

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