Annaprashan :

Annaprashan is the ceremony where the baby is introduced to solid foods preferably Sweet / Milk Rice  for the first time. The puja is performed to best of a very healthy and prosperous life for the baby.

Key Insights:

  • Baby takes solid food for the first time.
  • It helps the baby to grow healthy and strong.
  • Performed on 6th or 7th month on Janma Nakshatra day.
  • Mantras are chanted for the baby’s well-being.
  • Kheer or Milk Rice is the main ingredient for the ceremony.

Bhoomi Puja :

Bhoomi Puja is performed for Goddess Bhoomi, Vastu Purush, the deity of directions, and the five elements of nature to remove negative influences or Vastu dosh in the plot or Land.

Key Insights:

  • To remove the existing ill-effects carried by land.
  • Positive energy is restored in the land.
  • Done before starting construction work on any piece of land.
  • Vastu Puja and Navagraha Puja are involved.
  • Main Deity: Bhoomi Mata (Mother Earth).

Gruha Pravesh :

Gruha Pravesh is the set of Pujas and rituals that are performed before a person starts to live in a new house. It is the process of cleansing the new house with Vedic mantras to make it peaceful and to live happily

Key Insights:

  • Performed before moving into a house, whether rented or owned.
  • Performed by team of vedic Pandits.
  • An auspicious date is compatible with Janma Nakshatra of House owners.
  • It helps to please the planets and the Gods, and bring good fortune.
  • Includes Vastu Shanti, navagraha, and Laksmi Kubera havans.

Rudrabhishek Puja :

Rudrabhishek Puja is a very powerful pooja of Lord Shiv. Lord Ram did Rudrabhishekam in Rameswaram to Shiv lingam to get the blessings of Lord Shiva. This puja helps in having a strong mind, good health, and getting rid of evil effects.

Key Insights:

  • To achieve victory over death.
  • Performed to remove the Negative effects of Nakshatras.
  • Done on an auspicious day based on the Janma Nakshatra.
  • Main Deity: Lord Shiva.
  • Milk, Curd, Panchamrit, water are used

Satyanarayan Puja :

Satyanarayan Puja is performed to remove all the obstacles and negative energies and gives victory or success. It acquires wealth and prosperity and brings harmony to the family and success in life.

Key Insights:

  • To gain success in business or career growth.
  • Done on Poornima, Ekadashi, Saturday, or any Shub Muhurat.
  • Main Deity: Satyanarayan Bhagwan.
  • Main Prasad: Rava Sheera.

Vivaha (Marriage) :

Vivaha (Marriage) : is one of the most important events in people’s life. It signifies the transitional state from Brahmacharayashram to Grihasthashramam. Performing Vivah puja acts as an invitation to the many Gods and Goddesses by performing various rituals to come and bless the couple.

Key Insights:

  • It’s a spiritual blessing and bond between couples.
  • It strengthens the relationship between the two families.
  • The date is fixed based on the auspicious alignments of the couple’s horoscope.

Upanayana :

Yagnopavit Sanskar or Upnayan Sanskar is performed to a boy who enters the age of 8. It makes a person fit to receive instruction in the Vedas and spread divine power throughout the world.

Key Insights:

  • The boy attains the right to study Vedas through this sanskar.
  • This allows a Brahman boy to enter into Brahmacharya Avastha.
  • The three threads stand for Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva.

Pitru Paksha (Mahalaya) Shradh Puja :

Pitru paksha or Mahalaya paksha is a 15 lunar days period wherein the Pitrus are allowed to come to earth. The elder most son performs the shradh and other members participate in the ceremony. Brahman bhojan is given to get the blessings from pitrus.

Key Insights:

  • Performed on Pitru Paksha.
  • 30th September to 14th October 2023.
  • All Shradh Materials will be brought by us.
  • You can make the bhojan ready for the brahmins.

The Shradh Ceremony :

The Shradh Ceremony is offering food for pithrus in the pithru lok and thus satisfying their Atma enabling a person to receive the blessings of the Pitrus. This Shradh Ceremony can be done as Hiranya or it can be performed along with the havan.

Key Insights:

  • Shradh is to be performed with Bhakti and faith
  • This is to be performed on the same tithi.
  • Generally performed between 11:00 am- 3:00 pm.
  • All Shradh materials will be brought by us.\

Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja :

When all the planets are located between Rahu and Kethu in a horoscope, then it comes under “Kaal Sarp Yoga. If Kaal Sarp dosha is present in the horoscope then the person faces a sudden rise and fall in life. By performing this Shanti all the negative effects are nullified.

Key Insights:

  • Performed for Kaal Sarp dosh Shanti.
  • Untimely obstacles or hurdles are removed.
  • Done on an auspicious date Amavasya, Shravan Somvar, Panchami.
  • Main Deity: Rahu and Ketu.

Kadali vivah /Ark Vivah :

Kadali vivah /Ark Vivah is performed for the male who is having Manglik dosh or having second marriage yoga in the horoscope. This helps them to lead a happy life without any hurdles caused by the malefic effects of the bad planet in the birth chart

Key Insights:

  • Marriage is performed with the Ark plant (Mandar plant).
  • This Puja is performed for Manglik Males.
  • Mangal and Surya Jaap are also performed.
  • Helps in getting rid of Manglik dosh.
  • Helps in leading a happy married life after this puja.

Sudarshana Homa/ Havan :

Sudarshana Homa/ Havan is performed for the removal of all enemies & avoiding accidents. This havan is to improve the energy level in the environment and to eliminate undesirable elements

Key Insights:

  • To overcome debts, financial difficulties, relationship issues.
  • Ensures you with material wealth in abundance.
  • Done on Saturdays, Ekadashi, Dwadasi, and Purnima days.
  • Evening Time is best.