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Laxmi Puja, or the worship of the goddess of prosperity and money, is the principal event on Diwali in North and West India. It is said that Goddess Laxmi visit everyone during Diwali and provides peace and prosperity to all. It is therefore incredibly vital to maintain the house spotlessly clean and fresh on Diwali. Goddess Lakshmi likes cleanliness, and she will visit the cleanest homes first. This is also the reason why the broom is worshipped on this day with offerings of haldi and kumkum (turmeric and vermilion)  Lamps are lit in the evening to greet the goddess. They are thought to light up her route.

Satyanarayan puja and vratanusthana is commonly described in Skandapurana. This puja is performed in the evening to welcome good Sathyanarayana to the household and promote health of family members. It is also commemorated as a puja for fulfilling of heartfelt desires. Satyanarayan puja is done in honor to Lord Satyanarayan — a form of Lord Mahavishnu. In this state, the lord is considered to become the personification of truth. The puja is a ceremony performed to make sure that riches, success, general happiness as well as wellbeing prevails in the household. The most significant sacrifice to the lord during this puja is the apada nivedya, which is basically a sweet .

Griha Pravesh Puja is traditionally cantered around Lord Ganesh, who is regarded as the protector of humans on earth. Besides being a defender he is also the bestowed of good fortune and wealth to a family who prays to him devotedly. Griha Pravesh Puja comprises various practices like breaking of the coconut, sprinkling holy water with mango leaves in all the rooms and boiling milk in a new vessel as a sign of prosperity.

Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is one of the significant Hindu holidays observed throughout India with a great devotion. This day is honored as the birthday of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesh is the symbol of knowledge, prosperity and good fortune.

Marriage Ceremony : One of the most important events in a person’s life is their marriage puja or wedding ceremony. It denotes the stage between Brahmacharayashram and Grihasthashramam. By completing different rituals, Vivah puja serves as an invitation to the many Gods and Goddesses to come and bless the couple.

Durga saptshai navratra puja : Durga is the Goddess of Motherhood. She is the violent manifestation of the almighty Shakti and is still a widely revered deity. Durga is a Sanskrit word that meaning “incomprehensible or impossible to approach,” and she is thought to be a homogeneous mix of both gracious and scary features. She represents the unlimited force of the universe and is viewed as a symbol of female dynamism as the divine mother of all beings.

last rites in bangalore antim sanskar antyesti puja

The Hindu The last rites of Antyesti Sanskar (Hindu funeral rites) are performed according to the caste and sect of the deceased. It involves cremation followed by disposal of the ashes in a sacred river. Last rites are the final sacraments (samskaras) in a series that ideally begins at conception. For a peaceful afterlife, perform last rites puja for your deceased family member.

Shiva Rudrabhishek puja : Lord Ram made Rudrabhishek to Shiv Lingam to obtain Lord Shiva’s blessings. This Puja is now the best method to receive direct blessings from Lord Shiva. For long-lasting benefits and a pleasant puja experience, hire experienced and verified Pandits who use the best quality Samagri.

Upanayan Sanskar Puja : “Upanayan Samskara” or Janeu Sanskar (sacred thread ceremony) is observed between the ages of seven and 14. The ceremony also suggests that the wearer of ‘Janeu’ will participate in the family rituals, from now onward. A thread is worn by the man within the company of a group chant of ‘Gayatri’ mantra.

Maha Mrityunjaya Puja : Mrityunjaya Jaap The Maha Mrityunjaya pooja protects devotees from life-threatening ailments. The cost is determined by the sort of Yagna and the number of mantras performed. Lord Shiva, a manifestation of Rudra, is addressed in this mantra as Tryambaka, “The Three-eyed God”.

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