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Griha Pravesh

Grah pravesh is a very important Puja as per the Hindu religion. Grah Pravesh is a ceremony performed on the occasion of one's first entry into a new house. Once the house is ready, the family moves in on an auspicious day that is determined by the Astrological charts. Purity of Panchang (Almanac) and auspicious time (Muhurat) must be considered during the Graha pravesh. Griha Pravesh Puja involves certain rituals 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. Irrespective of whether you have built a house or bought one from someone else, you are expected to perform a Griha Pravesh Puja to ensure evil spirits and negative energies stay away.

Maha Mrityunjaya

It unification of three Hindi words, Maha- Great, Mrityun- Death and Jaya- Victory; the one who victor the death. According to Hindu mythology, the mantra is also referred as Mrita-Sanjivini Mantra because of its "life-restoring" practice. According to Indian Mythology, Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is one of the oldest and sacred Mantras. It is said that this mantra is beneficial for mental, emotional and physical health of the people. It is believed that this mantra has the power to bring back the dead. It is also believed that when someone chants this mantra for 1.5 Lac times, it can help one escape the untimely death but make sure that you pronounce the mantra should be correctly. Also, a religious protocol must be adhered to. It is believed that breaking the rules can bring horrendous results. It is also known as ‘Rudra Mantra’ or ‘Trayambakam Mantra’. The Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is said to have been created by Rishi Markandeya. It’s a lifesaving Mantra and should be chanted with sincerity, faith and devotion.

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha (7 days)

The Shrimad Bhagwat is the most sacred book of the Hindus. It is considered to be the purest and greatest of all the puranas or old literature and it invokes devotion towards Lord Vishnu, primarily focusing on Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Written by Vyasadeva, it has eighteen thousand verses which are presented in twelve cantos. ​ Shrimad Bhagwat is important as it helps us interpret issues relating not only to self-liberation but even our day-to-day problems. It reveals the means for becoming free from all material work, and ways of devotion to God Vishnu. It gives a tremendous insight, a profound vision, and an entirely new perspective to the person who hears the narrative.

Ordinarily, reading and listening to Shrimad Bhagwat is a week long Anushthan (a religious commitment), but even an entire lifetime may not be enough to understand it in depth and explain it to others. It is such a wonderful, sublime scripture but King Parikshit had only seven days to live and it is said that by listening to such a seven-day narration of Bhagwat Katha King Parikshit attained liberation! Not by death but by emancipation from ignorance and fear. Thus Shrimad Bhagwat liberates us from fear, problems, and ignorance. In essence, this is the crux of Shrimad Bhagwat. ​ The Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Saptah involves reading, preaching, interpretation, and singing of verses of the Shrimad Bhagwat Puran by a learned scholar. To mark the beginning of Kaliyug, King Parikshit Ji Maharaj was cursed to be killed by a poisonous bite of Takshak Naag after 7 days. King Parikshit decided to do something to have darshan and meet Shri Krishna. After discussion with various scholars, it was concluded that King Parikshit must listen to the holy stories of the devotees, pastime of various incarnations of Lord Shri Krishna and Shri Krishna Leela. Shri Shukdevji Maharaj, was requested for the preaching. At the end of the preaching, instead of being bitten, Takshak requested King Parikshat with folded hands, to step on his head and move on to meet Shri Krishna. ​ Anyone who seriously tries to understand, hears and chants the verses of the Shrimad Bhagwat with devotion to God Vishnu or Lord Krishna, becomes completely liberated from material bondage and attains moksha or liberation from the cycle of birth and death in the material world.

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha (Mool Path)

If you don't have so much time to enjoy Shrimad Bhagwat Katha for 7 days. Don't worry, you can get the benefited of this Katha in a single day narration by scholar. Shrimad Bhagwat Katha (Mool Path) also having important role to remove the effect of Pitra Dosha. It's will be completed by the 2-3 scholars in 4 days at your home or workplace as per your convenience. Pitra Dosh causes all kinds of problem to the person. If there is no progress in the financial condition and always surrounded by scarcity, Not be able to extend his family, family starts getting smaller, someone in family suffering illness from long time, then it is also due to the effects of “Pitra Dosh”

Satyanarayan Katha/Puja

Satyanarayan Puja is a religious worship of the Hindu god Vishnu. Satya means “Truth” and Narayana means, “The Highest being”. So Satyanarayan means “The highest being who is an embodiment of Truth”. It is a ritual performed by devotees on any major occasion like Marriage, House warming ceremony, on special occasions and during times of achievements as an offering etc. of gratitude to the Lord Vishnu. The Satyanarayana Puja is usually done on the Full Moon (Purnima) day of every month or any day you wish to do it. The Puja begins with a prayer to Lord Ganesh, the remover of all hindrances and obstacles that come our way in due course of life. Performing Satyanarayan puja at home can bring in success. People who do this puja can achieve their goals and fulfil their aspirations. It can also improve physical and mental health of individuals drastically, enjoy a fulfilling material life and increases overall familial prosperity. It can remove all sins from the past life.

Rudrabhishek

Rudrabhishek is a ritual dedicated to Lord Shiva and performed to get rid of the negative effects of planet Saturn. Lord Shiva is also considered as the supreme of all Gods and the source of creation. There is an immense relationship between Lord Shiva, Saturn, and the Rudra. Rudra is a famous name of Lord Shiva. Rudrabhishek is the famous puja and worship performed to Shivling by giving a holy bath. This is one of the most powerful forms of worships in Hinduism and is believed to bless the devotees with prosperity and peace and remove the sins of many births. Shiva is a highly benevolent God and is easily pleased. Shiv Lingam is washed by water along with the continuous chanting of the Rudra Sukhta, a Vedic mantra.

Other items like cow milk, coconut water, rice, powdered sugar, ghee, curd, honey, sugarcane juice etc are also needed. Shiva easily forgives the shortcomings and sees only the good intention and devotion behind the puja performed by the individual. Rudrabhishek brings peace, happiness, wealth and success to families. It brings wealth and harmony, removes negative energy and purifies the bad karma, protects from evils and gives strength to deal with difficulties, can also eliminate the evil effects of various doshas in horoscope such as Rahu dosha, Shrapit dosha etc.

Graha Shanti Pooja

As per Vedic Astrology, there are nine Graha (planets) that influence our lives. The position of planet at the time of birth will have influence on his actions and reaction to different situations in his life. Navagraha denotes the nine celestial bodies that form the base for astrological calculations. Nava means 'Nine' and Graha means planetary ‘energy’, ‘force’ or ‘controller’ so Graha Pooja is a prayer (ritual) performed to energies according to the nine planetary forces. Graha Pooja is performed if the situation of the Grahas (planets) are inauspicious, negative, bad effective, bad houses or zodiac in your Kundali/ Horoscope. Performing Graha Pooja provides the required strength to the person to overcome the hardships and relief from his obstacles.

It also make a person progressive, success in activities, make happiness in life, wealth and health etc. In everybody`s time there are ups and downs. Some improper planetary position in Birth chart / Kundali/ Horoscope or Current transits for an individual it is called as “Dosha /Arista / Asubha Yoga” or it`s called negative influence. Due to these “Graha Doshas” people fall into depression and certain low moods, happen loss in business, Problems in service / Job, fail in educational exam, health problems, reputation will go down. This inauspicious period may last for some different period based on the duration of the evils of planets. However, this can be overcome the negative affects with proper Ggraha Poojas and Nava Graha Shanti Pooja as per the advice of expert Astrologer.

Pooja - Arya Samaj

Arya Samaj unification of two Hindi words, Arya- Nobel, Samaj - Society; the one which is `Nobel Society’. It is an Indian Hindu reform movement that promotes values and practices based on the belief in the infallible authority of the Vedas. Arya Samaj is a religious organization founded by Swami Dhayananda Saraswati ji maharaj. According to Arya Samaj, God doesn't have a particular shape, form or size. They don't believe in praying to an idol. It does not mean that they don't believe in God but they don't believe in the depiction of God in the form of an idol. It is a ritual of sacrifice made to the fire god Agni. After lighting a Havan Kund (sacrificial fire), objects such as fruits, honey, or wooden goods are put into the sacred fire along with the holy mantra of Vedas. If there are any spirits that are evil around you or even inside you they get burned off in the sacred fire & this will bring health, happiness, luck and prosperity in your life. They also pray from god for happiness, prosperity, wealth & healthy life to all of us.