Gand Mool Nakshatra Shanti Puja


Gand Mool Nakshatra Shanti Puja There are 27 Nakshatras in Vedic Astrology. The Nakshatras which are ruled by Ketu and Mercury are known as Gand Mool Nakshatra. These are namely Ashwini, Ashlesha, Magha, Jyestha, Moola and Revati nakshatra. When a person is born in any one of these nakshatras, he or she is said to

Ayudha Puja


Ayudha Puja – Ayudha Puja is an integral part of the Navratri festival (festival of triumph). It is also known as Astra Puja. In simple terms, it means “Worship of Implements”. This Puja is celebrated on 9th day of Navratri festival. This Puja is performed to worship the Almighty present in the tools used in

Maha Ganapati Homa


Maha Ganapti Homa Lord Ganesha is the most venerated God across the world. Ganesha is also known by the name Siddhi Vinayak which means the God of Success. It is commonly accepted that for any venture to be successful, one must seek the blessings of this deity and perform the Maha Ganapati Homa without fail.

Hartalika Teej Puja


Hartalika Teej Puja Hartalika Teej is celebrated on the Tritiya or 3rd day of the Skukla Paksha. This festival is mainly celebrated by married women in honour of Goddess Parvati. The word Hartalika is made by joining the words ‘harat’ meaning abduction and ‘Aalika’ means one who is a good female friend. According to the

Rudrabhishek Puja


Om Namah Shivaya Rudrabhishek Puja Rudrabhishek Puja is performed to alleviate one’s sufferings and to bring prosperity to one’s family. This auspicious puja is dedicated to Lord Rudra who is one among 108 different avatars of Lord Shiva. Rudra means destroyer of sorrows. According to the legend Lord Rama installed a Shiva Linga at Rameshwaram

Office Puja / New Business Puja (North)


Office Puja / Shop Puja / New Business Puja (North Indian Style) Before starting a new Business venture or moving into a new office space, it’s highly recommended to perform a Vedic Puja. The Office Puja / New Business Puja includes Ganesha Puja, Maha Lakshmi – Kuber Puja,  Navagraha Puja and Vastu Puja. Lord Ganesha

Shankha – The Sacred Conch


The Shankha is a conch shell of ritual and religious importance in Hinduism. It is the shell of a large predatory sea snail, Turbinella pyrum found in the Indian Ocean. In Hindu mythology, the Shankha is a sacred emblem of the preserver Lord Vishnu. It is used as a trumpet in Hindu rituals, and in

Satyanarayan Puja (North Indian Style)


SATYANARAYAN PUJA (NORTH INDIAN STYLE) – Satyanarayan Puja is performed to appease Lord Vishnu or Narayana, the preserver of this whole creation. Satyanarayan Puja is an effective and simple ritual for the current age. Satyanarayan Bhagwan is considered to be a calm and benevolent avatar of Lord Vishnu. As per Skanda Purana, Lord Vishnu taught

Maha Shivratri

Maha Shivaratri Festival


Maha Shivaratri means the Great Night of Shiva. It is an annual festival dedicated to the Lord. Unlike most Hindu festivals which are celebrated during the day, the Maha Shivaratri is celebrated at night. Also, unlike most Hindu festivals which include expression of cultural revelry, the Maha Shivaratri is a solemn event notable for its

Touching Feet – Prostration


We prostrate before our parents, elders, teachers and noble souls by touching their feet. The elder in turn bless us by placing their hand on or over our heads. Prostration is done when we meet elders and particularly on important occasions like the beginning of a new task, birthdays, festivals etc. In certain traditional circles,