A puja set is a set which hindus use to worship. It is found in a shrine or Mandir (hindu temple) It contains a tray, bell, figure of Ganesha (21cm), incense holder, aum symbo…l, diva lamp, small water pot, rice container and spoon. (MORE)
A Puja tray usually contains: .
A pot of water for ritual cleansing. .
A bell to call the family to worship. .
A tiny pot of the red gum gum paste to mark the forehead. T…his mark means that a woman's soul (her husband) is with her. .
An arti lamp for the arti ceremony where everybody passes their hands over the lighted lamp and then over their forehead to make them feel closer to God. .
An incense burner or jos stick holder. .
A Conch shell (in some households) .
And flower petals It may differ from sect to sect. (MORE)
pooja can happen when one feels like organising it, or it can happen if a person or family wished for something and it happenned or it can be a ritual for a particular clan to… have it once a year or in the different hindu festivals (MORE)
there is a bell a picutre of one of the gods. there is a bell on the puja tray because they use it to jingle it and it respects the gods because it makes them feal welcome and… also it respects the gods. (MORE)