Worshiping the Sun gives vitality, peace of mind, energy and success in life. This is the reason why people consider it auspicious to see the rising sun and consider it auspicious to offer arghya to the sun.
There is a law to worship the Sun God on Sunday. According to mythological beliefs, the Sun God is a directly visible deity. In the mythological Vedas, the sun is mentioned as the soul of the world and the eye of God. Worshiping Surya (Sun) brings vitality, peace of mind, energy and success in life. This is the reason why people consider it auspicious to see the rising sun and consider it auspicious to offer arghya to the sun. Another belief is that fasting for the Sun God on Sunday fulfills all wishes. It is also mentioned in the Ramayana that Lord Rama worshiped the sun god before building the bridge to Lanka. Samb, son of Lord Sri Krishna, also got rid of leprosy by worshiping the sun.
In Hinduism, sun worship is considered to give very quick results. Wake up early in the morning to worship Suryadev on Sunday. When the sun rises, he pays homage to the sun god and offers water to the sun god by saying ‘Om Surya Namah’ or ‘Om Ghurya Surya Namah’.
red flowers in water to be offered to the sun. After offering Arghya to the Sun, sit in a red posture and face east and chant the Sun mantra at least 108 times. After giving water to the Sun, incline your mind and wish to give wisdom.