Nature Worship

Nature Worship that sprang from the unquestionable supremacy of Nature; and It is believed that the five element Agni, jala (water), vayu (wind), prithvi (earth) and akash (space) have a great influence on life. They believe that each in village, any large tree is revered as thepower that sustains the community.

According to the popular belie, all plants are conscious being with distinct peronalities.They are represented as gods, demons and animals And since time immortal, the grateful population found it entirely natural to worship trees that gave them food, fire, shelter, shade, clothing and medicine. In fact a seal discovered during excavations at an Indus Valley site (the first-known ancient Indian civilization, c. 3000 BC - 1700 BC) shows the peepal tree being worshipped. The importance of trees is also mentioned in the Puranas. Because they do not stop growing, trees symbolize reproduction, especially the flowering and the fruit-bearing species. Therefore in villages, any large tree is revered as the power that sustains the community. Trees play an important role in almost all ceremonies, especially their leaves, fruit and roots. Some sacred trees are the mango (Mangifera indica), the neem, peeple, durva., kushagrass etc. They worship bull, cow considering them holy animal. Snake worship is popular here, people cal them nagdev,

Rudraksha is believed to be a scared one. People make the rosary from it. They worship the nature as it is the Mother Nature.

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