Know the importance of vibhudhi


We generally find Vibhudhi in Shiva and Baba temples. Devotees danini forehead mida petukovadam alage vibhudhi ni prasadam la kasta notlo veskovadam manaku telisinde. Let’s know it’s significance and how it is made.

Vibhudhi ante ardham enti?1 Importance Of VibhutiVibhudhi ante sacred ash i.e., pavitra bhasmam ani ardam. It is believed that vibhudhi petukovadam valla mana sins nasinchutayi and our knowledge will be enhanced. It also believed to a protect from evil spirits and deadly diseases. Bad thoughts poyi manchi alochanalu perugutayi. Antha burn iyaka migiledi ash a, that is the final state of anything and everything. Shivuduki Vibhuti tho abhishekam entho istam.
Vibhudhi valla uses enti?vibudhiVibhuti lo medicinal properties unayi as it contains compounds like potassium and aluminum etc, anduke it is used in Ayurvedic medicines. It helps in balancing the body temperature and keeps us away from the common cold, head ache and skin allergies. Vibhuti wounds heal avadaniki help chestundi anduke Yogulu and Sadhuvulu Vibhutini ekkuvaga dharistu untaru. Vibhuti is made from cow dung so it has anti-bacterial properties.
Vibhuti ela tayaru chestaru?vibudhiGenerally, ash made from cow dung is termed as Vibhuti. Cow dung has about 16 medicinal properties. Cow dung is first collected and is dried. Then it burnt with powdered bran of grains or with dried grass on Masa Shivaratri by reciting Vedic hymns. Ala vachina ash ni wet chesi then dry chesi Vibhuti la vadataru. Various medicinal herbs tho homam chesinapudu vachina ash ni kuda vibhuti la vadataru. Okko area lo okkola chestu untaru. Common ga itey homam lo cow dung, 108 herbs, different fragrant liquids and ghee vesi chestaru. Ila tayaru chesina ash tho devudiki abhishekam chesinapude adi Vibhuti ga powerful ga marutundi ani nammakam.vibudhiVibhuti should be taken with the thumb and ring finger. It is generally put on the forehead, throat and chest. When compared to other places, Puttaparthi Satya Sai Baba Ashramam lo Vibhuti ekkuvaga consume avtundi anta, about 100 metric tons every year.