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How topour waterin the morning (Kumb) 

- Pt. Pawan Ji Pandita

After taking a bath and before eating something you have topourwater or Kumb. 

Part (I)
Bring a steel thali and put copper lota in the thali.Put some black sesame seeds and one stick of sacrid grass (Kusha or Darab) onyour right hand and hold a glass of water inyour left hand.

Pourwater from the glassbyyourleft hand onyour right hand where black sesame seeds and sacrid grassis already and fill the kumb lotawith water andthe same water should go in between thumb and index finger ofyour right hand in to the copper lota, while pouring the wateryou should chant this mantra.

(KUMBO VINISTO JANITA SHACHI BAY YES MIN NAGRAY YONAY GARBO ANTA PALASH VIKTDAAR SHATDA UTSA DUHEEN KUMBI SUDA PITRIBAY)

Part (II)
Hold now kumb lota in ur left hand andpour the same water on ur right hand and the water shouldfall in to the thaliin between index finger and thumb and chant this mantra.

OM TAT SAT BRAMA ADAY TAVAT TITHO ADAY.......................(Month name as per lunar calender)MASAY ........................{Full moon or Ist moon (Krishna pakshay or shukla pakshay)}PAKSHAY..........................VASURAY(Day From monday to sunday) TITHO MAHA PARVANI............................(Pratipaday to Purnamasi or Amavasay as per lunar calender) SANANITAYAM.
Pito or Mato........................(Name & Gotra) TASAY PARILOKAY KUTH TRASHNA PIPASA NIVAR NATHAM SOOD KUMBAN DAN SAHITAY SAH HARINIYAM ISHTAY TILOUDAKAM EETAT TAY UDAK TRPANAM HIM HIM RAJATAM RAJATAM. 

Then youdrop that water which is in the thali in any flower part and start ur day with fresh mood.


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