येन बद्धो बलीराजा दानवेन्द्रो महाबल:। तेन त्वामनुबध्नामि रक्षे माचल माचल।। Tying Molly is a part of Vedic tradition. There is already a tradition of tying it during Yagya, but it has been tied along with the Sankalp Sutra as a defense-sutra ever since Lord Vamana tied it on the wrist of Bali, the demon king of the Asuras, for his immortality. Defense thread was tied. It is also considered a symbol of Raksha Bandhan, when Goddess Lakshmi tied this bond in the hands of King Bali to protect her husband. Every Hindu ties Molly. This is basically called Raksha Sutra.
Meaning of Mauli : The literal meaning of ‘Mauli’ is ‘the top’. Molly also refers to the head. Because of tying Molly in the wrist, it is also called Kalava. Its Vedic name is Upa Manibandha. There are also types of Molly. Moon sits on Lord Shankar’s head, that’s why he is also called Chandramouli.
Mantra for tying Molly:
मौली बांधने का मंत्र :
‘येन बद्धो बली राजा दानवेन्द्रो महाबल:।
तेन त्वामनुबध्नामि रक्षे मा चल मा चल।।’
How’s Molly? : Molly is made from raw thread (soot) which basically consists of 3 colored threads- red, yellow and green, but sometimes it is also made of 5 threads including blue and white. 3 and 5 sometimes mean the name of Tridev, and sometimes Panchdev.
Where do they tie Molly? : Molly is tied around the wrist, neck and waist of the hand. Apart from this, it is also tied at the place of any deity for vow and it is opened when the vow is fulfilled. It is also tied to new things brought into the house and it is also tied to animals.
Rules for tying Molly:
*According to the scriptures, men and unmarried girls should tie kalava in their right hand. There is a rule for married women to tie kalava in the left hand.
- While tying Kalava, the fist of the hand in which Kalava is being tied should be tied and the other hand should be on the head.
- Tie Molly anywhere, always keep one thing in mind that this formula should be wrapped only 3 times and Vedic method should be used to tie it.
When is Molly tied? ,
*Tuesday and Saturday are considered auspicious for tying Kalava on any day other than festivals.
- On every Tuesday and Saturday, it is considered appropriate to take off the old molly and tie a new molly. Keep the removed old molly near the Peepal tree or throw it in some flowing water.
- Molly is tied every year on the day of Sankranti, at the beginning of Yagya, at the beginning of any desired work, auspicious work, marriage etc. during Hindu rituals.
Why tie molly? ,
- Molly is considered a symbol of religious faith.
- At the beginning of any good work, it is also tied to the resolution.
- They also tie it for vows in the temple of a goddess or goddess.
- There are 3 reasons for tying Molly – first spiritual, second medical and third psychological.
- While starting any auspicious work or buying a new item, we tie Molly to it so that it gives auspiciousness in our life.
- Molly is tied in the right hand of the host by the priests before every religious work i.e. worship, inauguration, yajna, havan, rites etc. in Hindu religion.
- Apart from this, our cow, bull and buffalo are also tied with Molly on the day of Padwa, Govardhan and Holi.
Molly protects from troubles…
Molly protects: On tying Molly in the wrist, Kalava or sub-manibandh is done. There are 3 lines in the root of the hand, which are called Manibandh. Manibandh is also the origin place of fate and life line. These three lines have the power to give and release triple heat like physical, divine and physical.
The names of these Manibandhas are Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma. Similarly, Shakti, Lakshmi and Saraswati also reside here. When we read the mantra of Kalava and tie it on the wrist for protection, then this thread of three threads is dedicated to the Tridevs and the Trishaktis, due to which the person who wears the Raksha Sutra is protected in every way. By resolutely tying this protection-formula, the person does not get affected by Maran, Mohan, hatred, exaltation, ghosts and witchcraft.
- The scriptures have such an opinion that by tying Molly, the grace of Tridev- Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh and all the three goddesses- Lakshmi, Parvati and Saraswati is received. Fame is achieved by the grace of Brahma, protection by the grace of Vishnu and bad qualities are destroyed by the grace of Shiva. Similarly, wealth is obtained from Lakshmi, power from Durga and wisdom from the grace of Saraswati.
- This molly is also tied in the name of a goddess or god, which protects a person from troubles and calamities. It is also tied for vows in temples.
- Resolution is contained in this. Violating the resolution made by tying Molly can prove to be inappropriate and dangerous. If you have tied this molly in the name of a goddess or deity, then it becomes necessary to take care of its purity.
- Regarding Molly tied on the waist, scholars say that it keeps the subtle body stable and no other evil spirit can enter your body. Molly is often tied around the waist of children. This is also a black thread. This does not cause any kind of diseases in the stomach.
Health benefits of tying Molly…
Medical side: Since ancient times, the tradition of tying Molly around wrist, leg, waist and neck also has medical benefits. According to physiology, it maintains the balance of Tridosha i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Old doctors and elders of the family used to use Molly in hand, waist, neck and big toe, which was beneficial for the body. Tying Molly has been said to be beneficial to prevent diseases like blood pressure, heart attack, diabetes and paralysis.
Benefits of tying it on the hand: The main control of the structure of the body is in the wrist, so by tying Molly here, the person remains healthy. There is not much decay of its energy. According to anatomy, the nerves that reach many major organs of the body pass through the wrist. By tying kalava on the wrist, the function of these nerves is controlled.
Molly tied on the waist: Regarding the Molly tied on the waist, scholars say that it keeps the subtle body stable and no other evil spirit can enter your body. Molly is often tied around the waist of children. This is also a black thread. This does not cause any kind of diseases in the stomach.
Psychological Benefits: By tying a Molly, one gets the feeling of being a holy and powerful bond and this keeps peace and purity in the mind. Bad thoughts do not enter a person’s mind and mind and he does not wander on wrong paths. On many occasions, this saves a person from doing wrong.
हनुमान रक्षा सूत्र
रक्षा सूत्र बांधने का वैदिक मंत्र
मौली क्या होता है
कलावा बांधने का मंत्र का अर्थ
कलावा किस दिन बांधना चाहिए
मौली meaning in english
मौली धागा बांधने का मंत्र
mauli bandhne ka tarika
mauli bandhne ke fayde
mauli bandhan mantra
maull bandhne wala mantra
maul bandnne ka mantra
moli bandhne ka mantra
sapne me moli bandhna