Feed Horse

In the Vedic world, in ritual sense, horses carried greater importance than the cows or any other animals. Horses were used in sacrifices and symbolize speed, beauty, purity, the expansive power of Brahman, freedom, grace, and strength. The Asvins, who symbolize the divinity of horses, are extolled in the Vedas...Read More
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In the Vedic world, in ritual sense, horses carried greater importance than the cows or any other animals. Horses were used in sacrifices and symbolize speed, beauty, purity, the expansive power of Brahman, freedom, grace, and strength. The Asvins, who symbolize the divinity of horses, are extolled in the Vedas as the gods who rescue people when they are caught in accessible places or lost in wilderness. In Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, the sacrificial horse is compared to Brahman, with each of its bodily parts representing a particular aspect of him. Hayagriva, an incarnation of Vishnu who has the head of a horse and who played an important role in saving the Vedas during a conflict with the demons. Horses are also associated with many Hindu deities as vehicles such as Indra, Surya, Vayu, the Rudras, and Maruths.

Purpose: To pacify the ill effects of Sun and Jupiter planets, a horse should be fed everyday.

Service includes: Feeding food daily to a horse

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 horse 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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