50 Simple Gahuli Designs | DIY Festival Décor Ideas

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Gahuli plays an essential role in the Jain religion. It is a unique design made by rice in on the bench or wooden table in front of god. Many Jain people make this rangoli during special days like “Paryushan,” “Samaiya,” “Chaturmas Pravesh,” “Diksha,” “Tirthankar’s Kalyanak,” etc. They make this rangoli to show their feeling (bhavna) towards god. It is the design made by Jain shrawak (shrawak means men and women who follow Jainism)

Importance of Gahuli in Jainism

Swastik and gahuli are the sign of good omen or auspiciousness. Jain rituals are separated broadly in two parts: Karya (Obligations which are followed) and Kriya (Worships which are performed). Worship of the god was started during the medieval period. People worship of some Yaksha and Yakshini, heavenly beings who are not liberated souls by doing puja, prey, and Swastik/gahuli. These Yaksha, Yakshini, and god help a person by removing obstacles in life (Jain people believe that)

Here are 50 Unseen Gahuli

Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas
Simple Gahuli Designs - DIY Festival Décor Ideas

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Preeti Shah is a person who loves checking out different styles and designs of houses. She took interior designing in college and is practicing in the field of home improvement for five years now. In her spare time, she is usually searching the web for interesting and fascinating home designs.

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