‘Happiness in the true sense (Anand) is possible only by being religious, that is, by following Dharma; hence, always endeavour to follow it’. Through the medium of various religious rituals, sanskars, Festivals, Vowed observances etc., Hindu Dharma has shown how to be religious while continuing to lead a materialistic life. Hindu Dharma has conveyed its message of being religious through various familial and social rituals such as birthday celebrations, aukshaṇ, gifting, performance of the ritual of Shanti (Peace) as per one’s age and social rituals such as inauguration, lighting of an inaugural lamp, felicitation, condolence meetings etc. When a ritual is performed with complete faith after understanding the underlying spiritual science, benefit derived is greater.
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