Exotic India has more than 50 puja thalis available for sale. Our stunning collection includes all varieties of thalis, in many different styles. These are gorgeously crafted and all available to you right now.
Every one of our puja thalis can be purchased in our convenient online shopping experience. You are only a few clicks away from one of these beautiful trays and sets being delivered to your door.
Thalis are plates, frequently used in Hindu rituals. These are often brought out during religious celebrations, rituals, festivals, and any number of auspicious occasions. There are several offerings and materials that require a thali. This includes holy water, incense sticks, akshata, coconuts, flowers, turmeric, and sweets. They are often, but not always, engraved with designs — like religious symbols, yantras, or images of deities.
Our selection of puja thalis span every conceivable style, with many designs and motifs to choose from. Many are colorfully illustrated, like our Small Peacock Puja Thali. This brilliantly radiant design gleams out from the metal tray.
Others utilize a simple, elegant shape, like the Banana Leaf Puja Thali. This design allows the natural splendor of brass to shine. It also comes with various implements to serve your puja needs.
Many include a vast amount of accompanying items. Our Saraswati ji Puja Thali with Lakshmi Ji Diya comes with bowls as well as brass statues of deities. And our Puja Thali for Worship of Shiva Linga brings you everything you need to perform your puja ceremony.
Exotic India’s giant selection of puja thalis for sale means that you can easily have your ritual trays delivered to your home. Every taste and need can be satisfied among all the many options.
Q1. What should be kept in
Offering our love and devotion to God through some
paraphernalia is an essential part of devotional service or Bhakti. The items
used for this purpose are kept on a Puja thali while performing deity worship.
These items are a bell on a plate, fresh flowers, a ghee lamp with an odd
number of wicks, a handkerchief, and a small container (lota) filled with
Q2. Which thali is used for
For deity worship or a religious ceremonial Puja,
various items are used for offering to the worshipful deity at home. This
paraphernalia is kept on a plate which is called the Puja thali.
You should make sure that you do not use a regular thali used on a regular
basis for household purposes. Rather, a new thali or an unused thali should be
dedicated for Puja purposes. It is considered auspicious to present the
offerings on a copper or silver thali. But a steel thali is also a good option.
Q3. What goes
on Aarti plate?
There are various items (paraphernalia) that are
used while performing and singing an Aarti before the deities in temples or at
home altars. These include a small bell,
a water pot (lota) containing water (preferably Gangajal) and a spoon, a conch shell
for blowing, fresh flowers, a handkerchief, and a ghee
lamp with an odd number of wicks (at least five).
to decorate Diwali Puja thali?
Diwali, the festival of lights, marks the day when
Lord Ramachandra returned to Ayodhya accompanied by Mother Sita and Lakshman
after completing His fourteen years of exile. This day is celebrated with
utmost joy and performing a special Puja for the pleasure of the Lord is an
essential part of the festival. The Puja
thali is decorated and filled with various ritualistic items such as fresh
flowers, Tulsi leaves, and a ghee lamp with an odd number of wicks (at least
five), Haldi, Kumkum, rice grains, and sweets. All these items are offered to
the Lord with love and devotion for His pleasure.
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