Varanasi

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  • 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.

  • Ayyappa Puja

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    Ayyappan known as Dharmasasta, Maṇikanṭhan or Sasta, is the son of Harihara, fused with both Shiva and Vishnu. Lord Ayyappan is an incarnation of Lord Sree Dharma Sastha. Sri Ayyappa is worshiped by all and mainly followed by the Pandya Royal Community.

  • 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.

  • Das Mahavidya Puja

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    Dus MahaVidhya, As Name represent that 10 Goddess, Maa’s Shakti protect us from all the enemies and from negative energies. No one can harm us after this anusthan or rituals get done. Navratre is the days of Shakti and as per vedic text this is suitable and best time for perfrom puja of Dus Mahavidhya. It also helps in you grow your wealth and prosperity. Puja will also perform at kamakhya shakti peeth dham, Guwahati.

  • 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.

  • Ganga Puja / Yatra

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    The Ganga is a river of myriad moods and mythic memories that rush turbulently from its source in the Himalaya to meander through the plains as its flows to meet the sea.

  • Gayatri Puja

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    Gayatri is the mother of all the vedas. Gayatri pervades everywhere. Gayatri consists of three deities, Gayatri, Savitri, and Saraswati. Of these, the first one is master of the sense, the second is the teacher of truth, and the third is the master of speech.

  • Graha Shanti Puja

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    The word Navgrah is made up of two words – Nava which in hindi means “Nine” and Grah which means “Planets”. As per Indian Vedic Astrology it is seen that there are total of nine planets that have influence on the life of a native and their placement in the Natal chart effects the course of life.

  • 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.

  • Kaal Bhairav Puja

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    Kala Bhairava, the ferocious manifestation of Lord Shiva is eagerly worshipped by Tantriks, Yogis and Siddhas. The sacred texts call him the Lord of times (Kala Bhairava) and the protector. Kala Bhairava worship is very famous throughout India with minor variations between regions.

  • Kali Puja

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    Goddess Kali is one of the most significant deities worshipped in the eastern part of the country. It is said that just as all colours merge into black, the universe eventually merges into Kali, the fierce and feisty epitome of Shakti who also happens to be a loving mother to all those who seek her blessings with devotion.

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