Lord Indra is believed to have a divine dog named Sarama. Sarama is said to have pursued and recovered the cows stolen by the asuras and hidden in the nether world of Patala. Lord Yama, the Hindu God of death is believed to have two ferocious dogs - Sarameyas (described as the offsprings of Indra's dog). The dogs have four eyes each and they guard the road to Yamaloka. Lord Yama himself took the form of a dog, while guiding Yudhishtra to swargaloka. Lord Dattatreya, looked upon as the incarnation of the holy Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, is usually followed by four faithful dogs, which symbolically represent the four Vedas and his complete mastery over them.
If you have a dog as a pet, take good care of it, otherwise, planets may become unfavourable.
- Feeding pancake (chapatis) to dogs ends the problems of Rahu, Ketu, Venus and Saturn.
- You also can get rid of accidents and mishap by feeding dogs.
- Feeding and taking care of dogs is believed to be a way of showing our devotion to Lord Bhairava.
- In religious ceremonies, dogs are considered to be a link between us and our ancestors. Special offerings are given to dogs, along with the cow and the crow, so as to remember and invoke the blessings of our ancestors.
Service includes: Feeding food daily to dogs
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 dogs 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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