Note: Ritual of 'offering a sari and a blouse-piece' is called as 'Oti bharane'.
Invariably offering Her a sari and a blouse-piece concludes the ritualistic worship of a Goddess. Offering this to a Goddess is akin to praying to Her attributeless form to work for one's spiritual progress and welfare through the medium of 'with attribute' form. Panch-opachar pūjā (worship by 5 characteristic sub-rituals) in any ritualistic worship is related to the attributeless form of God. The prayer to the Goddess to become functional, with the offering of a sari and a blouse piece helps the attributeless form of the Goddess to manifest in 'with attribute' form in the sari and the blouse-piece. Click here to read more.
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