The sandy rectangular area is kept away from the rays of direct sunlight and needs to watered daily.
The sandy rectangular area is kept away from the rays of direct sunlight and needs to watered daily.Usually, the eldest male family worship the Kalash twice a day, one at early in the morning before eating breakfast and another at evening before dinner. At the end of seven/eight days, we can see long grown yellowish sacred grass known as ‘Jamara.’The Seventh-day is known as Fulpati.
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The day starts with establishing the Ghada(Kalash), which is a holy vessel or pot. A sandy rectangular place is established where the Kalash is filled with clean and pure water.
People consumed the meat of Ducks, Goats, Buffaloes, Hens as prasad(gift) from the Goddess.
The meat lasts up to the fifteenth day of the Dashain festival in Nepal.
A parade is organized by Nepalese Army when phulpati arrives from Gorkha.
This is a century-long tradition where the army fires a weapon in the honor of Phulpati.
so it is a favorable time to celebrate Nepal’s most auspicious festival.
According to Hindu Mythology, the demon namely Mahisasur from the underworld created a troubled environment in the Devalok (where God lives).
In this day both Durga and Kali are worshipped by devotees.
This is known as the day when the most fierce of Goddess Durga’s manifestation, Kali, appeared from the sacrifice of the animals like buffaloes, hens, ducks, and goats.