Accordingly Lord Hanuman should be offered Jasmine oil with vermillion tunicle. In addition, he should be offered red sandalwood along with red clothes and red flowers. He should be offered jaggery along with roasted grams. He should also be offered delicacies made with wheat and jaggery.
After bathing and other morning rituals, one should visit Hanuman Temple and he should be worshipped with Panchopchaar ritual. He should be offered rice, followed by a ritualistic worship with Incense and Diyas. Hanuman deity that represents five forms of the Lord - Panchmukhi Hanuman should be offered coconut and the Vermillion of his feet should be put on the forehead for good luck.
Moreover Hanuman Chalisa should be a regular part of your daily mantra
ritual. You can also chant 'Om Ramdutaya Namah' 108 times with the Rudraksha
What does the Nei thenga (Ghee filled Coconut) and the Nei Abhishekam Signifies? The concept of Nei Thenga has a very higher spiritual meaning. The coconut carried to the shrine is considered as the representation of Human body, which has to be kept clean internally and externally. As part of external cleaning it has to be cleaned thoroughly and the fiber and all small particles around should be rubbed off and should be kept clean and smooth. It symbolizes the purity of devotee’s body.
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