Puja Services

    Puja Services

    Diwali Puja

    The festival of lights brings prosperity in our lives and is celebrated worshipping Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth) and God Ganesha. The goddess is worshiped to attract wealth and affluence. The puja is done to celebrate the triumph of good over evil.

    Navratri Puja

    Navratri or the puja of Shakti is performed for 9 days as per hindu calendar from Ekam till Navmi in the name of 9 durga or shakti. This puja is done to signify that whenever the cruel and demonical people will trouble the righteous people, Goddess will come to save them. Worshiping Shakti signifies the power of women and how she has the divine energy to help people ward off evil from their lives and attain Moksha.

    Mahalaxmi Puja

    Lakshmi puja has immense importance as it attracts wealth and affluence in our lives by all fair means. The puja sets the vibes that attract organic success in our careers. Thereby, remove all the obstacles and hurdles from our life. The puja bestows intelligence and beauty on the person performing.

    Rudra Abhishek

    Rudra Abhishek is believed to be ancient chanting that has been heard from the space. The centuries ago when rishis and sages, sat for meditation heard these mantras and then they started to spread it. Rudra Abhishek is done in the honor of Lord Shiva and it creates positive energy while removing the negative vibes and evil eyes.

    Graha Shanty Puja

    The planets greatly influence our lives and the their placement in the natal charts. The influence that they exert on us is called ‘dasha’. The good and bad phases of life are due to the placement of planets, by performing the puja we strive to align the planets and bring prosperity in our lives.

    Bhumi Puja

    Bhumi puja is done for Vastu Purush, Goddess Bhoomi, panchboothas, and the deity of directions that removes all the bad and evil effects of the land. Mother Earth is considered sacred and thus the importance of this puja amplifies, as before constructing anything on it we need to seek its blessings.

    Griha Pravesh Puja

    Before entering a new home it is important to conduct the griha pravesh rituals. The puja helps to ward off all the negative energies and Vastu Doshas. The puja brings immense happiness, peace, health, wealth, and prosperity in the house.

    Vaastu Puja

    Vaastu Shashtra is the conventional Indian system of architecture that helps to attain harmony, mental peace, happiness, and prosperity in home and office. Vaastu Puja is done to balance the directions with combination of five elements of nature.

    Mool Shanti Puja

    There are 27 Nakshatras in the astrology of these 6 are ruled by planets called, Rahu and Ketu rule. If a person is born under the natal moon of any of the pla net ruled Nakshatras then it is considered to be inauspicious and there are remedies to combat the ill effects it is crucial to perform the puja.

    Naamkaran Puja

    Naamkaran is the naming ceremony of the child and perhaps the first ceremony of the child and thus havan is performed for grah shanti and too seek the blessings of Gods for a healthy and prosperous life.

    Jalwa Puja

    The puja or referred as Sankalpa is performed to free the child from the defects of conception, grant a long life, receive the blessings from God and elderly members, and life a life of dignity with spiritual intellect. It is believed that lod bestows knowledge, wealth, and food on the child for whom the Sankalpa is done.

    Vishnu Vivaah Puja

    The religious significance of the puja is immense and it is believed that a lady who performs it is freed from the Manglikdosha of her kundali. Vishnu puja. It clears all the childbirth related issues and grants a happy married life to the lady.

    Satyanarayan Vrat Katha

    Since time immemorial people from all walks of life have performed this puja to attract divine blessings of health, wealth, prosperity, education, relief from troubles, and even for kids. It is believed that houses whereSatyanarayanvratkatha puja is performed there is peace and happiness.

    Groom Marriage Puja

    Groom Marriage is an extraordinary time in a groom's life. He must be contented with just his groom's dress and the groom's life as well. A groom's man and a groom's maid should have an excellent time together for their wedding day, this is a happy time for the two of them, and they will make every moment count. You must be willing to make the extra effort to be there for your groom's man during these special times.

    Bride Marriage Puja

    A bride marriage is an unusual arrangement where the bride gives away her wedding ring to the groom at their marriage ceremony. This tradition of a bride giving her ring as a token to the groom has been around since ancient times. Even in the bible, it was mentioned that a bride who gives her ring to her husband would be saved from the evil eye. It is a common practice among many religions.

    Udyapan Ekadashi Puja

    On Parsva Ekadashi, people do fasting and praying towards Lord Vishnu. It purifies the devotees of all sins and pleases Goddess Lakshmi. If one wants to fast on this day, people do not intake food after sunset on Dashami. People have to worship the Lord with sesame seeds, seasonal fruits, and Tulsi leaves.

    New Business Puja

    By performing this puja, God's blessings are present to remove the power or influence of negative energies to bring success in the business. This puja involves the Ganesha& Lakshmi puja and Navagraha puja for removing all the obstacles, gaining all the auspiciousness, wealth, and success in the business.

    Pranpratishtha Puja

    Pranpratishtha ritual or the ceremony in which a murti is established in a Hindu temple, and mantra is recited to invite the deity to be the resident guest. This is practiced in the temples of Hinduism and Jainism. The ritual is considered to have lived in the temple and bring the presence of divinity and spirituality.

    Kali Puja

    Kali is a Hindu goddess. Kali's appearance denotes destroyer of evil forces. She is the most potent form of Shakti, and the goddess of one of the four subcategories of the Kulamārga, Tantric Saivism.

    Mahamrityunjaya Jaap

    Mahamrityunjaya Jaap is a verse from the Rig Veda and is considered to be the most potent Shiva Mantra. It is believed that it helps in longevity, wards off calamities, and prevents untimely death. It also removes fears and heals holistically.