General Pooja Service
- Poojas mean worship or reverence of the Divine. Most of the Vedic scriptures and epics including the Vedas, Ramayana, and more emphasize the significance of performing Pooja. There are various types of Poojas ranging from simple ones to really elaborate and complex ones. Poojas such as Satyanarayana Pooja, Vastu Pooja, Kal Sarp Pooja, Rudrabhishek Abhishek, and Navgrah Pooja, and others are performed on specific days and events only a few times every year. Many devotees often perform a small Pooja before leaving home for daily blessings of the Divine, Sattivik living, and positivity.
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Benefits of the Pooja:-
- Removes obstacles and protects you from enemies
- Gain wisdom and knowledge
- Removes negative vibes around you and blesses you with name, fame, and success
- It protects you from diseases and helps you stays fit and healthy
- Resolves negative planetary influences.
Ganesh Pooja: Lord Ganesha is associated with auspiciousness. By revering Lord Ganesha, one can bring great wellbeing, information, riches, harmony, and flourishing to his/her life. Ruler Ganesha is the main divinity to be loved. There are numerous Prayers, Mantras, and Aarti in our old sacred texts to mollify Lord Ganesha. In any case, Ganapati Atharvashirsh is the most significant and ground-breaking petition to get the favors of Lord Ganesha.
Hanuman Pooja: Lord Maruti/Hanuman is related to power, power, mental fortitude, strength, and destroyer of evil presences. By loving Lord Hanuman, one can shield himself from underhanded powers, evil spirits, apparition shadows and mitigate him/her self from misery and inconveniences. Master Hanuman is Chiranjivi (Meaning undying) consequently Lord Hanuman has more force than different gods. He is among the Eight honorable eternal figures. There are numerous ways we can revere Lord Hanuman. In any case, Sunderkand is the most impressive petition to get the gift of Lord Maruti.
Rudrabhishekam Pooja: Rudrabhishekam is performed to get the blessings of Lord Shiva in the form of Rudra. The history behind the puja is that Lord Rama performed it at Rameshwaram before he crossed the sea to reach Lanka to retrieve Sita and defeat Ravana.
Vishnu Pooja: Lord Vishnu is the preserver of the universe and part of the Hindu Trinity – Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh. He is the god of protection, preservation, and dharma restoration. It is believed that he returns to the earth in troubled times to restore the balance of good and evil. There are myriad ways to worship the supreme power that governs the entire universe. Out of the countless sacred verses dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Vishnu Sahasranama is the most significant and powerful Stotra / Prayer to get blessings of Lord Vishnu.
Yamuna Pooja: Vara Mahalakshmi is considered to be the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Yamuna Pooja is done after the Sankalp for Varalakshmi is performed. A small Kalash is filled with water by adding Haldi and Kumkum to it. People perform pooja by the tulsi tree in the house, while some perform it by the banks of the river Yamuna, which is a holy river in India. The worship of Yamuna Devi is considered to be one of the most important rituals in the Vara Mahalakshmi festival.
Ganga Pooja (Ganga Dussehra): Ganga pooja or Ganga Dussehra is a ritual that is performed for 10 days every year in May or June. It is believed that taking a dip during this festival washes away all the sins and brings in the state of purification. People gather at the banks of the holy river to pay their tributes and seek blessings. Special aartis are performed on this day at banks in Haridwar, Varanasi, etc
Govardhan Pooja: Govardhan pooja or Annkoot pooja is devoted to Lord Krishna. It is celebrated every year on the second day of Diwali. People offer prayers, prepare varieties of vegetarian food, and offer them to lord Krisha. This festival is celebrated widely in Gujarati and Jain Community in India.
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