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Kaowa Mantra: Crows are believed to link us with our dead ancestors, and crows carry the food offered to our ancestors. Crow hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items. It also brings sound health for family.

Gaoumata Mantra: Cows are considered sacred and are respected. Cow hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grass, grains, jaggery, bread, and other food items. Mantra is chanted with each offering.

Haathi Mantra: Elephant is considered sacred and the image of Hindu God Ganesha is seen in it. Elephant hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items.

Kutaa Mantra: Dog is considered sacred and is the animal mount of Shani, the divine personification of planet Saturn. Dog hymn or mantra is chanted while offering bread, milk and other food items. It is believed that doing this will appease Shani.

Ghoda Mantra: Horse is considered sacred and the image of Hayagriva, an incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu. Horse hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grass, grains, pulses, etc. It is believed that doing this gives courage and strength.

Machli Mantra: Fish is considered sacred and the image of Matsya, an incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu is seen in it. Fish hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items. It is believed that doing this bestows wealth and property and enhances trade.

Chinti Mantra: Ant hymn or mantra is chanted while offering flour, sugar and sweet. It is believed that doing this bestows precious items found inside the earth like gold, silver and gemstones.

Chidiya Mantra: The image of divine, might bird, Garuda, the animal mount of Hindu God Vishnu, is seen in birds. Bird hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grains to birds. It is believed that doing this brings peace and happiness to family.

Kabootar Mantra: Hindu God Shiva and his consort Parvati are believed to live in the form of Pigeon in the temple of Amarnath and for this reason, Pigeon are considered sacred. Pigeon hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grains to Pigeons. It is believed that doing this brings peace and happiness.

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Kaowa Mantra: Crows are believed to link us with our dead ancestors, and crows carry the food offered to our ancestors. Crow hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items. It also brings sound health for family.

Gaoumata Mantra: Cows are considered sacred and are respected. Cow hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grass, grains, jaggery, bread, and other food items. Mantra is chanted with each offering.

Haathi Mantra: Elephant is considered sacred and the image of Hindu God Ganesha is seen in it. Elephant hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items.

Kutaa Mantra: Dog is considered sacred and is the animal mount of Shani, the divine personification of planet Saturn. Dog hymn or mantra is chanted while offering bread, milk and other food items. It is believed that doing this will appease Shani.

Ghoda Mantra: Horse is considered sacred and the image of Hayagriva, an incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu. Horse hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grass, grains, pulses, etc. It is believed that doing this gives courage and strength.

Machli Mantra: Fish is considered sacred and the image of Matsya, an incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu is seen in it. Fish hymn or mantra is chanted while offering food items. It is believed that doing this bestows wealth and property and enhances trade.

Chinti Mantra: Ant hymn or mantra is chanted while offering flour, sugar and sweet. It is believed that doing this bestows precious items found inside the earth like gold, silver and gemstones.

Chidiya Mantra: The image of divine, might bird, Garuda, the animal mount of Hindu God Vishnu, is seen in birds. Bird hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grains to birds. It is believed that doing this brings peace and happiness to family.

Kabootar Mantra: Hindu God Shiva and his consort Parvati are believed to live in the form of Pigeon in the temple of Amarnath and for this reason, Pigeon are considered sacred. Pigeon hymn or mantra is chanted while offering grains to Pigeons. It is believed that doing this brings peace and happiness.