What is the significance of Ayudha Puja?

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Ayudha Puja is a part of the Navratri festival, a Hindu festival that is traditionally celebrated in India. It may be translated to “worship of Instruments”. Sadhguru elaborates about its significance and how one can benefit.

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What is the significance of Ayudha Puja?

The following is an unedited transcript of Sadhguru's video. For better readability, breaks and highlights have been added by the editors.

The Ayudha puja is the most significant aspect of the ten days. The basic instrument in your life is your own body and your own mind. To become reverential towards your own body and your own mind. If you have to become reverential towards something, naturally reverence comes with a certain distance. When you become reverential, something rises up there and you are here. If you become reverential towards your own body and mind, you will establish a clear distance between what is you and what is your body. What is you and what is your mind. And once you do that, the next day is victory. Vijayadashami.

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