New Delhi, Counter of Spirituality | Sengol Facts: Today is a very special day for India. India’s Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated the new Parliament House today. On this occasion, following the Sanatan Dharma rituals, Sengol took up residence in Parliament House. Simultaneously worship was done. Gurus of all religions also offered prayers on this special occasion. In recent days, there is a lot of discussion about Sengol all over the country. Come let us know the important things about Sengol, the heritage of ancient India-
What is singol? (What is Sengol)
Sengol is mentioned in Sanatan Shastras. Nowadays, sengol is also called a scepter by colloquialism. It is like a stick, which is thinner at the bottom and thicker at the top. At the top of Sengol stands the statue of Nandi, the mount of Lord Shiva. Its length is 5 feet. The Indian tricolor also remains on it. Sengol is a symbol of transfer of power. According to experts, the British government had handed over Sengol to Jawaharlal Nehru at the time of the transfer of power.
According to historians, Sengol has a deep connection to the Chola dynasty. The kings of the Chola dynasty were devotees of Mahadev, the god of gods. I used to adore him. Nandi is the vehicle of Lord Shiva. Therefore, the Nandi statue was installed on the top of Sengol. When the new king was crowned in the Chola Empire, the scepter, i.e. Sengol, was handed over at the time of the transfer of power. Since the Chola period, there is a practice of giving sengol in the transfer of power. It is also known as the symbol of transfer of power. It is an eternal religious belief that the king can use the scepter i.e. Sengol at the same time. when he sits on the throne. Apart from this, it is against religion to use the scepter in other places. Sengol can be seen in the hands of Indradev, the king of heaven and Shukracharya, the guru of demons. Sengol is the symbol of Rajdharma. The king of heaven rules with a scepter in hand after sitting on the throne. Sengol is mentioned in Shantiparva of Mahabharata.
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