In Hinduism, Puja is considered as a form of ceremonial worship. It may range from daily worship in the home to an elaborate temple homam. The deity is gently worshipped through mantras and special vishi (way). Some pujas are performed by the worshiper alone; others require a ritually pure person. A puja may be performed for a specific purpose or simply as an act of devotion
The term puja refers to the worship of deities. Such worship can take one of three forms in Hinduism: temple worship, domestic worship and communal worship. Temple worship occurs in a temple, a mandira, where the deities are served by priests. Domestic worship happens at home, where most people have set aside some small area reserved for ritual purity and where prayers can be said. Communal worship often occurs in the singing of hymns or the recitation of religious texts.
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