Fwd: Dharbham or Dharbhai or Kusa - The Holy Grass

  Ramesh A
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Dharbham the Holy Grass

The Holy known as Dharbham or Dharbai - Kush Grass, Kusa - Eragrostis cynosuroides

by TRS Iyengar
          This article is on one of the practices widely used by Indian Brahmins all over using a Holy Grass named
          The botonical name is
            Eragrostis cynosuroides
          and Hindi they call
          as Kus or Kusha. Brahmins in general  use this Darbai grass in all functions, auspicious or inauspicious, a performing person needs to wear a ring made of this
          Dharbham. But many have lost the reason of why it is to be used in the first place.
          What I learnt from my father is proved to be accurately correct by a Medicine Practitioner. A medical practitioner named Dr. Sadhashiv Rao, once visited my home. When the topic turned to many
          subjects, I needed to tell him about the Holy Grass named
          When I told him about the usage and the values, he could not just believe my words. So, he took out a bunch of the
          from me, went straight to the clinic to take an x-ray of his palm, by covering his hand with the
          . To his utter surprise, he found that the grass absorbed about 60% of the (x-ray) radiation!
          When the so powerful X-ray radiation can be absorbed by the Holy Grass, why can it not absorb the ill-radiations spread over the atmosphere?
          While chanting and reciting some Vedic phrases and
          versus, one needs to wear a ring made of
          on his right hand ring finger. This is most essential, while performing all the rituals, such as Agni Santhanam, Thiru-Aaradhanam, all sorts of
          Havans known as Homam etc.
          The count of leaves depends upon the function that is held viz.: for some functions related to death only Single leaf Dharbham is used; for Auspicious and daily routine a ring made of two leaves is
          used; for inauspicious but not death related functions, (i.e.
           Tharppanam,Pithru Pooja etc
          ) a three leaf Dharbham ring is used. And for the Temple Prayer and Pooja, a Four-leaf Dharbham
          ring is used.
          Also, when a fire ritual known as Agni Santhana is performed, these Dharbham are spread all the four sides of the Agni Kundam. Also, during the Eclipse time, these Dharbham are used to cover all
          food items to protect them from the harmful ultra violet radiation.
          Whenever any function is held, firstly they perform a site-cleansing act known as "Sudhhi Punyaahavachanam". While reciting the selective versus, they hold the Dharbham bunch in their hand and
          placing the tip point of it over the vessel containing water. Thus the recited vibration values are absorbed by water in the vessel through the Dharbham.
          They found that the Holy Grass known as Dharbham has the highest value in conducting the phonetic vibrations through its tip. Later, they sprinkle the Holy water at every nook and corner of the place,
          where the function is held. A Dharbham without the tip is considered of no value, as the conductor-type value is lost in it.
          If dharbam is cut & collected on the Avani Amavasya day (falls during 15th August & 15th Sept) it can be retained for usage for one full year. Also, if cut on the Masi Amavasya day then also one can
          use it for full year. There is a specific slokha for cutting dharbam (the holy grass) that is to be recited while cutting it; I give below the same for readers to know.
           If Dharbam is obtained from a
           Brahmin who doesn't know this slokam or versus, the Dharbam is useless,  states the Vedic scripts!
           My father, Late
            Shri Ramabathrachariar of Mukkur
           , fondly called by everyone as
           , has taught me the immense values of Dharbham and its usage. With Sanskrit phonetic sound and
           vibration, using the Dharbham increases its value. The usage varies according to the functions. It is really a marvel, that in those days of Vedic Era, the Sages & Saints of Hindu land used to control
           the Magnetic path disturbances, just by simply using this Dharbham! One more important thing about the Dharbam is, which is not commonly known to many, that one case use the same Dharbam again and
           again for  seven times, provided, it is washed and dried properly before reuse. This is permitted only when/where no fresh Kusa Grass the Dharbai is available for regular usage. However, the Dharbam used for
           any inauspicious ceremonies viz. Death and karma rituals, should never be used again!

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