Vibuthi, also called Bhasma (Holy Ash), is a word that has several meanings in Hinduism.
Generally, it is used to denote the sacred ash, which is made of burned cow dung.
Features & Benefits:
-There is a symbolic significance to applying it to the body.
It is a constant reminder of the mortal nature of life.
-Vibhuti is usually worn on the forehead, arms, or neck.
It is a symbolic representation that Shiva and Shakti are the only truth in the universe, and everything comes into being only through the union of Shiva and Shakti.
-Bhasma or Udi is also called "vibhooti" because it gives spiritual power.
-Vibhuti has certain healing properties that help relieve some illnesses.
Our ancestors practiced applying vibuthi on a daily basis, as it prevented them from falling sick.
-Vibhuti is charged with positive energy and should be taken with the right hand and applied to the forehead as three horizontal lines.
-Vibhuti can be worn by women above their bindis.
This packet of vibhuti can be used daily after a bath, as it is believed to be one of the purest substances.