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Dear practicing Hindus of whatever nation, sect, race or social class:
Take back your bindi. After prayer, feel proud to apply the sacred powder between the eyebrows. Wear it in public. Make it a habit. Do not be afraid of society’s norms or judgements. Proudly show your following of Sanatana Dharma without fear of prejudice or rude comments.
Whether you wear bhasma (holy ash), kumkum (turmeric) or chandan (sandalwood), with whichever method you apply, for morning prayer or night, man or woman, you should not feel embarrassed to leave the house with bindi.
Keeping bindi visible in public reminds you and others of your duties and beliefs in the dharma outside of the temple or home. Bindi keeps the senses calm, controls the pineal gland and heightens awareness of ones place in the universe. Bindi is a reminder of your prayer made when it was applied, and keeps the sacred name of God on the mind throughout the day.
You may be the only one in your class, your school, your workplace, on the street, in the market or at the restaurant with bindi. In a place where Hinduism is a minority religion, this may feel strange. Do not let this social pressure keep you from showing your religion proudly and practicing it without fear!
We Hindus must take back the bindi from standardized beauty. Our religious marks are more beautiful than any amount of makeup, trends in facial hair or ornamental jewelry.
Men and women of Sanatana Dharma, make the decision to keep bindi in your day to day life. Wear it proudly and let it remind you of God, no matter what others say!
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