Masik Shivratri

Masik Shivratri Masik Shivratri once in every lunar month. Masik Shivratri is celebrated on the 13th night or 14th day of each month, during the ‘Krishna Paksha’(waning moon). It has a significance in the Astrological sense that energy is naturally moving upwards (Urdva), Though there are many legends and beliefs regarding Masik Shivratri celebrations, it […]

Ayushya Homam or Ayush Sukta Havan

Ayushya Homam or Ayush Sukta Havan Ayushya Homam or Ayush Sukta Havan is done to worship the God of life (Ayur Devta). It grants longevity and better health. By doing Ayushya Homam or Yagna, one gets long life blessings from Ayur Devatha. The word Ayush means age and the one who wants to live a […]

Lakshmi Kubera Homam and Pooja

Lakshmi Kubera Puja & Havan

Lakshmi Kubera Puja & Havan Lakshmi is consort of Lord Narayana, She along with Lord Kubera dispose of money to devotees when they offer sincere prayer towards them. Goddess Lakshmi is a manifestation of wealth, fortune & prosperity. It is believed that Lakshmi Devi protects devotees from financial worries and removes money-associated woes. Worshipping Devi […]

Dhanvantari Puja and Havan

Dhanvantari Puja and Havan

Dhanvantari Puja and Havan Bhagawan Dhanvantari the lord of Ayurveda appeared on the day of Dhanteras, carrying a pot of amrit (nectar) in his hand. He was the doctor of devtas in all the three worlds and is also known as the manifestation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Dhanvanthri is the 12th incarnation of Mahavishnu. He […]

Saraswati Puja and Havan

Saraswati Puja and Havan

Saraswati Puja and Havan Mata Saraswati is Goddess dressed in pure white, seated on a white lotus, symbolizing Sattwa Guna or purity, discrimination for true knowledge, insight and wisdom. She not only embodies knowledge but also the experience of the highest reality. Goddess Maa Saraswati is the fountain head of all learning and art forms. […]

Annaprashan Puja in Bangalore

Annaprashan Puja Sanskar (first rice-eating ceremony)

Annaprashan Sanskar (first rice-eating ceremony) Annaprashan is a ritual to celebrate the introduction of solid food in a child’s diet. ‘Anna’ refers to food or rice, and “Prashan” means ‘to consume’. This ceremony is usually performed in the sixth month of a baby. It marks the first solid food consumed by a child. The objective […]

Navagraha Homa and Puja in Bangalore

Navagraha Homa and Puja

Navagraha Puja & Homa / Havan The Navagraha Homa / Havan is performed to invoke the blessings of the nine planets who govern your life. The placement of the 9 planets in your birth chart indicates your karma and the level of success or failure you will enjoy in your life. At times, there are […]

Engagement Sagai Nischitartam Puja

Engagement – Sagai – Nischitartham

Engagement – Sagai – Nischitartham Engagement is an occasion where there is a formal agreement to get married and families announce the same to the society. It is also known as betrothal ceremony, Sagai, Mangani, Kurmai Ring ceremony, Nishchitartham, roka, chunni, etc. The start of the wedding preparation is with the official engagement of the […]

Pandit for Guru Purnima Puja

Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima – Day for Spiritual Progress We observe the Ashadha Suddha Poornima (the full moon day in the month of Ashdha) as Guru Poornima/Guru Purnima. On this day the disciples,thank their Gurus,perform Guru Pooja and seek blessings from the Guru. Guru Purnima happens to be the Birthday of Shri VedaVyasa a very important person […]

Antyeshti or Last rites Puja in Bangalore

Last Rites or Antyesti

Antyeshti / Antima Sanskar / Antya-kriya / Anvarohanyya Antyeshti is a last rites or Ritual performed for easy passage to his/her soul, This ritual has other names like Antima Sanskar, Antya-kriya, Anvarohanyya, or as Vahni Sanskara. Antyeṣṭi (अन्त्येष्टि) is a composite Sanskrit word of antya and iṣṭi, which respectively mean “last” and “sacrifice”. Together, the […]

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