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Hindu Books > How To Conduct Puja > How To Conduct Puja To Soorya > Conclusion


Now the Puja can be completed with an aarati. is recommended.

If ashtoththara is to be chanted then the aarati follows that. After the aarati is complete, take the deepa around so that the devotees can receive the blessing by reverentially cupping their hands downwards and receiving the warmth of the flame and touching their eyes with the cupped hands inwards.

We conclude the puja ceremony by chanting the following two shlokas.

Tvameva maatacha pitaa tvameva

Tvameva bandhuscha sakhaa tvameva

Tvameva vidyaa dravinam tvameva

Tvameva sarvam mama deva deva

" You alone are our mother and father

You alone are our sibling and friend

You alone are our knowledge and prosperity

You alone are everything to us My Lord my Lord"

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