Consists of waters of Brahmaputra, Pranahita, Sindhu, Gandaki, Bheemarathi, Poorna, Tamarabarani, Godavari, Cauvery, Saraswathi, Tungabhadra, Krishna, Ganga, Sarayu, Yamuna and Narmada-16 holy rivers of India whose water is collected from its ugama sthana - the source of the rivers, and and the holy sand from these river beds, Lord Rama's Paduka, A beautiful image of Pattabhi Rama, Kumkum and Turmeric and a small lamp.
River water is considered holy as per Hindu Scriptures and is a part of all rituals and ceremonies. Rivers are considered as Deities and respected and celebrated.
Rivers are the only witness for humankind from the time of one's birth till one's moksha or liberation.It has seen men flourish and become extinct.
And riverbeds are where civilization began. The sand becomes holy, as it has been treaded by many Avathara Purushas like Rama, Krishna,Govinda, and others.
Similarly, many saints and Gurus and their pada dhuli are as auspicious as their blessings. Also the river beds are banked by spiritual places which have positive vibrations.
Worship of these brings positivity, peace and wellbeing.