Darbha, kusha grass is used by the Hindus while performing religious duties.
This is normally worn, after making a ring of it, in the Right Ring Finger.
Dharbha is to be kept above the left ear lobe, if one is to make use of the toilet, while performing the religious duties.
Dharbha is not to be dropped on the ground in its form as a ring; it has to be restored to its earlier state as grass before dropping to the ground.
Darbha is also called Pavithra, Holy.
In Ayurveda, Darbha grass is also used as a medicine to treat dysentery and menorrhagia, and as used as a diuretic (to promote free flow of urine).
Dharpa,Kusha Grass is worn on the Right Ring Finger by Hindus for Religious Functions,
Since Vedic age, Darbha grass is treated as sacred…
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