Festival Specific Puja

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  • Akshaya Tritiya Puja

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    Akshaya Tritiya also known as Akha Teej, is a highly auspicious and sacred day for the Hindu and Jain communities. It falls on the 3rd Tithi (lunar day) of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) of the Indian month of Vaishakha. Akshaya Tritiya is considered one of the luckiest days by Hindus because the Sun and the Moon are at the height of their brightness on this day.

  • Annaprashan Puja

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    Annaprashan is a ritual to celebrate the introduction of solid food in a child’s diet. ‘Anna’ refers to food or rice, and “Prashan” means ‘to consume’. This ceremony is usually performed in the sixth month of a baby. It marks the first solid food consumed by a child. The objective of this ceremony is to pray to God to bless the child with good digestive powers. It is an auspicious occasion where all friends and family come together and bless the child for good health and life.

  • Bhoomi Puja

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    Bhoomi Puja is dedicated to Mother Earth to seek blessings and removal of all the evil spirits and any Dosh that would trouble the construction of the building. It is done before any construction is done to rid the land of any evil or sinister aura and spirits.

  • Chhath Puja

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    Chhath Puja is an important Hindu festival that is mainly celebrated in Bihar and some regions of Nepal. The puja is dedicated to the worship of the Sun god and his wife Usha. During the occasion, devotees perform puja to thank god for supporting life on earth and seek the divine couple’s blessing. However, Chhath – the main day – isn’t the first day but the third day of the puja.

  • Ganesh Chaturthi Puja

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    Lord Ganesha is worshipped with all sixteen rituals along with chanting of Puranik Mantras during Ganesha Chaturthi Puja which is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi Puja. Worshipping Gods and Goddesses with all 16 rituals is known as Shodashopachara Puja.

  • Jivitputrika Vrat

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    Jivitputrika Vrat is a significant fasting day in which mothers observe Nirjala fasting throughout the day and night for well-being of their children.

  • Karwa Chauth Puja

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    The fast of Karwa Chauth is kept 9 days before Diwali. It falls on the fourth day of the Kartik month by the Hindu calendar (fourth day of the waning moon or the dark fortnight).Karwa Chauth is considered one of the most important Fasts observed by the married Hindu women. On this day the women pray for the welfare and long life of their husbands.

  • Namkaran Puja

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    In the Hindu way, every child born is named and this ceremony is called the namkaran. This function is not just a religious one but also has the social and the legal aspects to it. This is the first ceremony in a baby’s life and so it helps to forge a good bond between the baby and his or her family.

  • Puja for Marriage

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    Marriage Puja or Wedding Ceremony is one of the most important events in one’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.

  • Saraswati Puja

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    Saraswati Puja, mark its recommendation for those who are seeking better results in education, studies, success. Goddess Saraswati, known as the goddess of knowledge is an epitome of knowledge, mastery in studies, sharpening of intellect and improvisation of memory.

  • Teej Puja

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    Teej Puja is a vital part of Teej celebration. Women, both married and unmarried, start preparing for the final puja well in advance. The verve, enthusiasm and devotion is apparent on their face. On the puja day, women wear new and beautiful clothes.

  • Tulsi Puja

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    Tulsi Puja is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulasi plant (holy basil) to the Hindu god Vishnu or his Avatar Krishna. In 2019, it will be celebrated on Saturday, 9th of November which will also mark the beginning of Holy Wedding season of Hindus.

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