Pooja items the essentials include idols or images of deities like Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi, aromatic incense (agarbatti), lit oil lamps (diyas), fresh flowers symbolizing devotion, fruits denoting gratitude, whole coconuts representing purity, uncooked rice grains (akshata) for blessings, sandalwood paste (chandan) for reverence, and vermilion (kumkum) for auspiciousness. Additional elements involve bells (ghanta) to invoke deities, camphor (karpoor) for purification, and holy water (tirtha or panchamrita) made of blessed substances. These items create a spiritually enriched environment, fostering a connection between the worshipper and the divine, and may slightly vary based on Hindu traditions and practices.

These items may vary slightly depending on the specific traditions and practices of different Hindu communities. Pooja items are used to create a spiritually uplifting atmosphere, convey devotion, and establish a connection between the devotee and the divine.

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