God is the sustainer of the all life. He provides a grain to an ant and tons of leaves and grass to an elephant. Such is his prefect grace and generosity. Thal is devotional ritual of offering food to God in recognition and appreciation of him as the all-giver. Annakut is a grand feast offered to God on New Year's Day.
The daily practice of offering and singing thal gradually forms a devotional link between the devotee and God. The mind is calmed and blessed with blissful joy joy the music and divine vibrations of singing. One's love for God also increases, and eating the prassad purifies the both body and mind.
The offering of food or thal to God is an intensely devotional practice in which a devotee sings to the deity, entreating him to accptt and sanctify the food. the ritual signifies the principle of God is the giver of food and all things, therefore by offering thal daily one recognizes his grace and generosity.
The daily practice of singing thal gradually forms a devotional link between the devotee and God. The mind is calmed and blessed with blissful joy by the music and divine vibrations of singing. And the prasad eaten purifies both the body and mind. One's love for God also increases. Over a period of time there is an inner shift from the mundane to the spiritual. The chaos and conflicts of life gradually dissolve away.
Everyyear, on New Year's day, a grand feast of annakut (Ankot) is offered to the deities in mandirs (temples)
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