Women should never break coconut in worship related works. You must have seen that coconut is used in most of the auspicious works and religious related works. Worship without coconut is considered incomplete. Coconut also removes physical weakness.
Coconut is also known as Shreefal. When Lord Vishnu appeared on earth, he brought three things with him from heaven. In which the first thing was Mata Lakshmi, the second thing he brought Kamdhenu cow with him and the third and last thing was the coconut tree.
Because it is the fruit of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, that is why it is known as Shreefal. Tridevo Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh reside in this.
Shreefal means coconut is very dear to Mahadev Shiva and the three eyes located in Shreefal represent the three eyes of Lord Shiva. Offering Shree fruit to the deities solves money related problems.
Shreefal i.e. Coconut has an important contribution in every worship of our Hindu Sanatan Dharma, whether it is Vedic work related to religion or Devik work, any work is considered incomplete without the sacrifice of coconut.
But it is also a fact that coconut cannot be broken by women because coconut is a seed fruit which is the factor of production or reproduction. The quince has been linked to fertility. Women give birth to a child in the form of seeds, that is why women should not break the coconut in the form of seeds.
Doing this is considered inauspicious in the scriptures. Coconut can only be broken by men after worshiping the deities.
There is a scriptural provision of doing Rudrabhishek of Mahadev Shiva with coconut water for Shani's peace. According to our Sanatan Dharma, quince is considered a sign of auspiciousness, prosperity, peace and progress. Shreefal of shawl is also wrapped to show respect to a person.
In our Hindu society, this tradition has been going on continuously since ages till now, that fruits are distributed in any auspicious work or ritual. Even when the marriage is confirmed or the work of applying Tilak is done, Shrifal is also offered.
At the time of farewell of a girl, her father gives quince along with money to his daughter. Even in funerals, coconuts are burnt along with the pyre. Homam is performed with dry coconut in rituals in religious rituals.
Shree Phal is full of calories, and its effect is cool. Many nutrients are present in quince. The juice that comes out of the trunk of the quince tree is called Neera, it is considered a very luxurious drink.
Keep coconut in the temple on Fridays in the worship of Mahalakshmi and put this coconut in your vault at night. Next take out this auspicious coconut and offer it in the temple of Shri Ganesh. All your problems related to money will be solved and Goddess Lakshmi's blessings will be upon you.
In relation to Ekakshi coconut, it is said that it is a very rare coconut. Two or three holes are visible in most of the cotyledon coconuts, but there is only one hole in Ekakshi coconut.
It has been told about this coconut that it is very miraculous. Mahalakshmi is attained by keeping it in the house and man never has to face problems related to money.
Coconut is hard from outside but it is soft from inside. Therefore, we should also take a lesson from coconut and in the same way, being hard from outside, should remain soft from inside.