The coconut (Sanskrit: Sriphala = God’s fruit) alone is also used to symbolize ‘God’. In India one of the most common offerings in a temple is a coconut. Coconut plays a vital role in all puja rituals. The coconut is a satvic fruit. It is sacred, pure, clean, and health giving, endowed with several properties. It is also offered on occasions like weddings, festivals, the use of a new vehicle, bridge, house etc. It is offered in the sacrificial fire whilst performing homa. The coconut is broken and placed before the Lord. It is later distributed as prasaada. The marks on the coconut are even thought to represent the three-eyed Lord Shiva and therefore it is considered to be a means to fulfill our desires. But when you are not geting real coconut. Use coconut made in Silver. Use for puja.
Material: 92.5 pure silver
you can use it for puja, Gift, Decorate your room.
Coconuts have a significant spiritual meaning in Hindu practice. … Coconut water symbolizes cleansing, therefore, when a preacher or spiritual mentor cracks a coconut, he annihilates the egoism of a person! A perfect companion to add divinity to your auspicious pujas. Made of pure silver, sure to add a silver flare to your pujas.