The seven rivers referred to, are the Holy rivers Ganga, Godavari, Narmada, Kaveri, Krushna, Brahmaputra and Yamuna. Water collected from these seven rivers is put in the ritualistic pot, which is used during ritualistic worship.
Drawing a rangoli in a sattvik pattern around a wooden platform or altar before commencing any puja (Ritualistic worship) helps to form a protective sheath, of rapidly moving waves emanating from that pattern, around wooden platform or altar.
Read information about how the substances should be arranged in the ritualistic platter and spiritual importance of the components like turmeric, sindur, Akshata, camphor etc used in ritualistic worship.
We will read about substances used in puja and arrangement of implements (like naivedya, conch, bell, samai etc) and advantages of arranging the implements and other constituents of puja according to Panchatattva levels.