Panchayatan - A1268







Panchayatan
Product Code - A1268


పంచాయతన, பஞ்சாயத்ன

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Panchayatana puja is the system of worship which was most common in every house till few decades ago.

The Panchayatana is a system which consists of
the worship of five deities:
"Adityam Ambikaam Vishnum Gananaatam Maheswaram"

Aditya is Surya; Ambika is Devi; Vishnu is
Narayana; Gananaatham is Ganesha, Mahesvara is shiva.

These five are the great divine force whom every householder worships as pancha devata puja.

Based on the tradition
followed by the family, one of these deities is kept in the center and the other four surround it and worship is offered to all the deities.

Adhi Shankara systemetised the Sanatana Dharma(Hinduism) and classified it into broad Six categories.

Shaiva   - with Shiva as the Presiding deity
Vaishnava  - with Vishnu as the Presiding deity
Shaktha  - with Devi as the Presiding deity
Ganapatya  - with Ganesha as the Presiding deity
Kaumara  - with Subramanya as the Presiding deity
SoWra  - with Surya (planets) as the Presiding deity

People mistake that Shri Shankara actually started this Panchayatana puja system - which is wrong. Deva Puja and Archana is one of the most important duties imposed by the Shastras. The Shastras are filled with details of the Panchayatana puja details and Shankra only prescribed us to follow it without fail..


The panchayatana scheme represent the five elements:

AkAshasyAdhipo viShNuH agneshchaiva maheshvarI |
vAyoH sUryaH kShiterIshaH jIvanasya gaNAdhipaH ||

Akasha :  Space  : Vishnu
Vahni :  Fire  : AmbikA
Vayu  :  Air  : Aditya
kShiti :  Earth : Shiva
Jala  :  Water : Ganapati

All the five deities are not Panchaloka or any other metal idols; But these five are represented by small natural stones found in various parts of Bharatha Desham.

            Deity                Stone   River               Place
Jala  :  Water   Ganesha         Red Sonabhadra                     Sone                Bihar
Vayu  :  Air      Surya              Crystal                         Vallam             Tamil Nadu (Tanjavur)
Akasha Space            Vishnu     Saligrama                            Gandaki          Nepal
kShiti :  Earth Shiva               Bana Linga                  Narmada         Madhya Pradesh
Vahni :  Fire     Ambika    Swarna Mukhi        Swarnamukhi              Andra Pradesh

The image of that particular devata is kept in the centre, surrounded by the other gods.
If he is a devotee of Vishnu, he places the idol of Vishnu in the centre with the other idols surrounding it. If he is a devotee of Lord shiva, a lingam is placed in the middle with the other images around it. If he is a devotee of Suryanarayana, he has a sphatika as the central object of worship.

The positioning in the panchayatana poojas are as follows:


Shiva Panchayatana Puja
Shiva at the center
Aditya at Southeast
Gananatha at Southwest
Ambika at Northwest and
Vishnu at the Northeast.

Ganapathy Panchayatana Puja
Ganapathy at the center
Vishnu at Northeast
shiva at Southeast
Adithya Southwest and
Ambal at Northwest

Vishnu Panchayatana Puja
Vishnu at center
shiva at Northeast
Ganapathy at Southeast
Adithya at Southwest and
Ambal at Northwest

Ambal Panchayatana Puja
Ambal at center,
Vishnu at Northeast,
shiva at Southeast,
Ganapathy at Southwest and
Adithya at Northwest

Adithya Panchayatana Puja
Adithya at center,
shiva at Northeast,
Ganapathy at Southeast,
Vishnu at Southwest,
Ambal at Northwest
Along with this people worshipping Subramanya will include Him in the form of a (silver) Snake or Vel (spear)

shaiva ca vaiShNavam shaaktam sauram vainaayakam tathaa .
skaandam ca bhaktimaargasya darshanaani Shadeva hi ..

I can surely say - till panchayatana puja was strictly followed in our country we were really flourishing. Though the technical advancements were not present people were peaceful, satisfied and happy.

Only when this Panchayatana stopped during english invasion- we began to loose our glory- happiness, mental peace and everything.

Panchayatana Puja is a systematic procedure which involves physical and mental discipline, requires inner and outer cleanliness. This - when done systematically will surely bring the progress in the material world and the final truth - awareness of the true Self. By following it, one obtains the Lord’s Anugraha, without
which liberation is not possible.

The Swarnamukhi ( Telugu: స్వర్ణముఖి) is a river of southern India. It was mentioned as Mogaleru in the works of Dhurjati.
The river flows near famous piligrimage Srikalahasti in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh state, India.The Swarnamukhi river has five major Saivite shrines along its course in the district. Besides Srikalahasti, there are temples of Agastheswara in Thondavada, Parasareswara in Yogimallavaram, Parasurameswara in Gudimallam and Moolasthaneswara in Gajulamandyam, to which great religious significance is attached by the local people for being on the bank of the equally-sacred river. It is not perennial and flows in October to December of every year, and merges Bay of Bengal near Tupilipalem. This age old Swarnamukhi River in Dhurjati’s time was known as Mogaleru the river of Mogali Puvvulu.

The Son River (also spelt Sone) (Hindiसोन नदी) of central India is the largest of the Ganges' southern tributaries.
The Son originates near Amarkantak in Madhya Pradesh, just east of the headwater of the Narmada River, and flows north-northwest through Madhya Pradesh state before turning sharply eastward where it encounters the southwest-northeast-running Kaimur Range. The Son parallels the Kaimur hills, flowing east-northeast through Uttar PradeshJharkhand and Bihar states to join the Ganges just above Patna. Geologically, the lower valley of the Son is an extension of the Narmada Valley, and the Kaimur Range an extension of the Vindhya RangeDehri on sone is the major town situated on Son River.
The Son river at 784 kilometres (487 mi) long, is one of the largest rivers of India. Its chief tributaries are the Rihand and the North Koel. The Son has a steep gradient (35–55 cm per km) with quick run-off and ephemeral regimes, becoming a roaring river with the rain-waters in the catchmentarea but turning quickly into a fordable stream. The Son, being wide and shallow, leaves disconnected pools of water in the remaining part of the year. The channel of the Son is very wide (about 5 km at Dehri on sone) but the floodplain is narrow, only 3 to 5 km wide. In the past, the Son has been notorious for changing course, as it is traceable from several old beds near its east bank. In modern times this tendency has been checked with the anicut at Dehri, and now more so with the Indrapuri Barrage.
Sir John Houlton, the British administrator, describes the Son as follows, “After passing the steep escarpments of the Kaimur range, it flows straight across the plain to the Ganges. For much of this distance it is over two miles – and at one point, opposite Tilothu – three miles wide. In the dry weather there is vast expanse of sand, with a stream not more than a hundred yards wide, and the hot west winds pile up the sand on the east bank, making natural embankments. After heavy rain in the hills even this wide bed cannot carry the waters of the Son and disastrous floods in Shahabad, Gaya, and Patna are not uncommon.”
The first obstruction in the Son was an anicut in 1873-74 at Dehri. The Indrapuri Barrage was constructed, 8 km upstream, and commissioned in 1968 The Bansagar Dam in Madhya Pradesh was commissioned in 2008.
The Son bridge built in deolond was inaugurated by Motilal Vora and Pandit Ram Kishore Shukla then Chief Minister and Finance Minister of Madhya Pradesh on 1986/02/13, the Koilwar Bridge, near Arrah, was amongst the earlier long bridges in the country. It was opened in 1862. While the Koilwar Bridge remained the longest bridge in the country, till it was over taken by Nehru Setu, at Dehri, opened in 1900, the latter started off as the longest bridge in the country, and retained its position as the longest railway bridge for more than a century.

The Government of Bihar sanctioned in 2008, a bridge across the Son River connecting Arwal and Sahar inBojpur district. A four-lane road bridge, carrying NH 30, parallel to the existing rail and road Koilwar Bridge, has been planned.

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