What is Achamanam meaning and it’s significance

What is Achamanam meaning and it’s significance

What is Achamanam meaning and it's significance Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! In Hindu Sanatana Dharma sampradaya / tradition any nitya / daily or Nymittika Karma always begins with a sacred ritual known as ‘Aachamanam’ followed by ‘Sankalpam’ which has a dharmic and adhyatmic / spiritual significance. Aachamanam is very easy and very simplest of all the ‘Vaidika karmas’. But still it is none the less in importance than even an ‘Aswamedha Yaagam’. Aachamanam importance can be well understood and realized when we note that Aachamanam forms the prelude to all the rituals. We should note that ‘no Vedic karma begins without Aachamanam’. Meaning of Aachamanam If we have to explain in simple words then, the process of reciting the names of sarvottama / supreme Bhagavan Sri Maha Vishnu while performing ‘Jalapanam’ (sipping few drops of water) as per Vaidika Shastras / scripts is called Aachamanam. Aachamanam is a purification ritual, wherein one sips some water...
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