Nariyal mantra: Nariyal or coconut is an auspicious offering to the Gods in any worship. Coconut is tied with cotton thread, wrapped inside red cloth and kept stop a Kalash or metal pot. This hymn or mantra is chanted while offering coconut to the deity.
Shami mantra: The Shami Tree is worshiped like Tulsi or Bail. Shami leaves are offered to God Ganesha, Shiva and Hanuman. Shami mantra is chanted while offeirng the leaves to the deity.
Bilwapatra mantra: Bail Patra is a leaf from Bilva tree. Bilva leaves are mentioned auspicious in the Vedas. It is considered to be originated from Goddess Lakshmi. Bail Patra is offered to Hindu God Shiva. Bail Patra hymn or mantra is chanted while offering to Shiva.
Vat Wriksha mantra: Bargad or Banyan tree is a symbol of fertility and longevity. Bargad hymn or mantra is chanted while offering water and tying cotton thread.
Pipal mantra: Peepal is a sacred tree and it is believed that Hindu Holy Trinity, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh reside in the tree. Peepal hymn or mantra is chanted while offering water to Peepal tree.
Tulsi mantra: Tulsi is believed as the earthly manifestation of Hindu Goddess Lakshmi as a plant. Tulsi hymn or mantra is chanted while offering water to Tulsi plant.
Pushap mantra: Pushpa or flower is offered to the Gods in worship rituals. Flowers are believed to be pure and auspicious and cleanse the environment during worship. Pushpa Mantra is a vedic hymn chanted while offering the flowers to the deity.
Vriksha jal mantra: Vriksha or trees have a significant role in the nature and also for human beings. Hindu sacred scriptures taught us to worship the nature as the Gods. Vriksha Jal mantra is a vedic hymn chanted while offering water to the trees, hence, paying our gratitude for the trees.