Muppiri Nool White
Yajnopavita, or poonal, is a sacred thread that Brahmin men wear across their bodies. After performing certain rituals, they begin wearing it at a young age. This thread is made from pure cotton, so it is harmless to the skin. Brahmins wearing the poonal thread do poojas by chanting mantras. Some rules are followed when you wear the poonal thread to show respect for it. This set contains four pieces of sacred thread. To enhance the richness of Hindu tradition, Giri is exclusively merchandising silver poonul.
Attain the blessings of Silver poonul
• Yagnopavita (poonul) is a triple-stranded sacrificial filament joined by a knot called Brahmagranthi that is worn by those initiated into the Gayathri recital.
• Yagnopavitam means "thread of sacrifice," which symbolises the sacrifice of ego, anger,and selfishness. -"Poonul", the sacred thread, is a composition of three threads, signifying the Goddesses Gayatri (thought), Saraswati (word), and Savitri (deed), respectively.
• One should start wearing it the day they are initiated into the Gayathri Manthra, which generally happens through a ceremony called Upanayanam.
• Wear Yagnopavitam (poonul) one by one, reciting the relevant sankalpa and Yagnopaveetham dhaarana manthra.
• Visit Giri to drench yourself in tradition and culture.