Hinduism's historical practice of hospitality is based on the notion that one should treat a deity, or significant individual, as a respected and beloved guest in the best manner possible, given one's resources, and should therefore be granted their happiness and blessing in return.
In contrast to Vedic pujas, the focus of deity pujas switched from requests and outside objectives to an encounter with the gods' spiritual essence.
The puja, or altar, is the name for the place of worship in a house. The term "puja" also denotes the age-old custom of worshiping one's inner Self's light. A beautiful fabric serves as the foundation for a puja, on which we can place images of the Guru, gods, and other puja items.
In modern times puja clothes are often used for decoration, they come in different sizes, colors, and designs to match the aesthetic of the puja room.
In modern days we can easily purchase puja clothes online at reasonable prices with different designs.
A beautiful fabric serves as the foundation for a puja, on which we can place pictures of the Guru, statues of gods, and other puja components. Sacred goods - Due to their close proximity to the Guru's form or the ashrams' sacred sites, these goods have acquired a special sense of reverence.