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Peepal Leaf Offering to Hanuman with Name of Sri Ram



Some of us might have come across peepal leaf garland on Hanuman in many Hindu temples in North India. This is an important offering and people write the name ‘Sri Ram’ on the leaves with kumkum. The garland is then put on Hanuman.

Number of peepal leaves used to make the garland is 11.

The leaves are first cleaned with water.

Then the name of Sri Ram is written using chandan or kumkum.

The leaves are woven into a garland using thread.

This is then offered to Lord Hanuman.

It is believed that all forms of sufferings and unhappiness will disappear from life after making the peepal leaf garland offering which has the name of Bhagavan Sri Ram.

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