Feed Elephant

Elephants symbolize royalty, majesty, strength, divinity, abundance, fertility, intelligence, keenness, destructive power, and grasping power. The souls in elephants are said to be highly evolved and ripe for evolution. The Hindu Puranas suggest that elephants in the past had wings. God Indra's vehicle is a white, elephant known as Airavath,...Read More
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Elephants symbolize royalty, majesty, strength, divinity, abundance, fertility, intelligence, keenness, destructive power, and grasping power. The souls in elephants are said to be highly evolved and ripe for evolution. The Hindu Puranas suggest that elephants in the past had wings.

God Indra's vehicle is a white, elephant known as Airavath, which according to the Puranas emerged during the churning of the oceans by gods and demons. It was given to Indra as a gift. Lord Ganesha, the lord of the Shiva ganas, has the head of an elephant. His large head symbolizes knowledge, intelligence and thinking power.

Purpose:

  1. To please planet Jupiter: Those who are facing delay in marriage due to the inauspicious effect of this planet in their birthplace house, must feed banana to an elephant.
  2. To please planet Rahu: Leaves, mustard, coconut and barley to an elephant
  3. To please planet Venus, Mecury, Mooon, Sun: feed milk to an elephant

Service includes: Feeding (leaves, banana, milk, mustard, coconut and barley) daily to an elephant

Animals play an important role in the alleviation of human suffering and in facilitating the liberation of human beings by giving us an opportunity to serve them and help them, and in the process earn good karma.

Eshwar Bhakti priests will feed food to an elephant on your behalf. This is a individual service (you may do it in your name or include your near and dear ones in this service). We will email you the photos upon conclusion of the service. Know more about Yajna / Hindu Ritual Ceremonies / Online Puja Services

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