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Things to donate on Akshaya Tritiya

Things to donate on Akshaya Tritiya

Tomorrow is Akshaya Tritiya. Akshaya Tritiya or Akha Teej is celebrated on the third day in the month of Vaishakha.

It is considered as one of the most auspicious days by Hindus and Jains.

People believe donating certain things on this day will give them eternal benefits.

Here are certain things to donate on Akshaya Tritiya:

  • Feeding the poor on Akshaya Tritiya is believed to give affluence and riches. Now during the lockdown, if you feed the people in need, it will give you immense pleasure and their blessings.
  • You can also donate clothes to the poor and underprivileged. You will be blessed with long-life and freed from diseases.
  • Providing food and water to stray animals will fetch you the unconditional love of God.
  • Donating vermilion is believed to help gain a good status in society. Married women who donate vermilion is believed to have long-lasting marital life and longevity of their husband. Donating sandalwood protects you from accidents and ill-health.
  • Donating betel leaves will help attain spiritual knowledge and prosperity.
  • If you donate a bed or mattress, you will be blessed with happiness.
  • Donating coconut is believed to help attain salvation for the last seven generations.
  • If you donate fruits to the people in need, you will get a higher position in your life.
  • Donating water with betel leaves and betel nuts to a Brahmin is believed to provide immense wealth.
  • Donating dairy products like milk, buttermilk and butter helps one progress in academics and attain knowledge.
  • Donating grains will protect you from untimely death.
  • Donating curd rice helps achieve goals and eliminates negativity in life.
  • Donating umbrella removes obstacles in life.
  • Donating chappals helps prevent from going to hell after death.
  • Giving Guru Dakshina to your teacher is believed to bestow one with immense knowledge.
  • Offerings to ancestors can help relieve poverty.

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