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Puja is an act of displaying veneration to god through invocations and numerous rituals. a very important side of puja is to create a religious relationship with the spiritual being. pujas facilitate individuals to usher in positivism, improve confidence and attract wealth and prosperity.

Pujas are performed for seeking divine grace and blessings of assorted gods and goddesses or to attain specific objectives. Varied pujas are conducted for varied functions like for getting peace, healthiness, gaining material abundance and religious prosperity. Pujas like shanti pujas and dosh nivaran pujas also are very helpful to block negativity. Pujas are powerful and effective observe in one’s religious journey on the way to enlightenment. pujas holds utmost significance and therefore additionally to general pujas, special online puja are performed throughout numerous occasions and events. My Pandit G provides online puja booking services and also conducts pujas at devotees home or office.

Festival Puja

Vivah Puja

  • Vivah Sanskar (Wedding)

    Vivah Sanskar is one of the sixteen Sanskars whereby a person becomes eligible to enter into Grihastha Ashram, dovetailing one's attention towards the ultimate journey of life. A wedding brings two families together. It is a serious commitment between partners towards each other to be together in sickness and in health, always.

  • Sri Satyanarayan Puja

    Shri Satyanarayan Puja is performed to seek blessing of God Narayan which is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Although there is no fixed day to perform Satyanarayan Puja but doing it during Purnima or Pournami is considered highly auspicious.

  • Lagan,Sagaii

    Lagan Sanskar is one of the Vivah Sanskars, which is done when the families of bride and groom come together, under the guidance of a Vedic Brahman, make their bond official, with the consent of bride and groom. This is first of the 16 Sanskars which follow to bind the bride and the groom in the holy matrimony.

House Warming Puja

  • Office/Shop Opening Puja

    A new venture begins with the blessings of goddesses Laxmi and lord Ganapathi. The blessing of success and prosperity comes with the performance of Lakshm Pooja and Ganapathi Pooja which helps to attain success at faster rate. Laxmi,the goddesses of wealth brings the desired success in a new venture .The lard Ganapathi, Vignanivaraka removes all the hurdle in your new path to keep you happy and peaceful,

  • Bhoomi Puja

    We all have been taught about the five important elements as per our Shastras – Agni, Jal, Aakash, Vaayu and Prithvi. Prithvi - the earth; is also referred to as Bhoomi. Bhoomi is like the base, without which, it is difficult to sustain. She is our mother, and no life can exist without Her. Bhoomi is very Pujneeya to all Hindus. Praying to her for our well-being and prosperity is known as Bhoomi Puja. It is a very important ritual that is purely devoted to worshipping this mother. Bhoomi Puja is revering to the piece of land before any sort of construction starts.

  • Vaastu Homa

    Vaastu Shanti worship is originally a worship of lord and deity of directions, five elements of nature as well as natural forces and other related stuffs. We perform Vaastu Shanti (worship of deity and lord of nature and their elements and natural forces as well as lord and deity of directions and environment) to remove any type of Vaastu dosha whether it's a land and building, nature or environment, by Vaastu shastra worship to avoid major changes and demolition in the structure of building.

  • Akhand Ramayan Paath

    Shri Ramcharitmanas also known as Shri Ramayana is an epic written by Tulsidas a Hindu poet-saint, philosopher and reformer of 16th Century renowned for his devotion for Lord Rama. Formerly, the Ramayana was written by Sage Valmiki in Sanskrit language. Shri Ram Charit Manas is a great Epic which describes the Life of Lord Rama who was the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Rama is also known as "Purushottam" means supreme Purush. He is the perfect Avatar of Lord Vishnu and has been described as an example of truth, morality, an ideal son, an ideal husband and above all an ideal King.

  • Griha Pravesh Puja & Hawan

    Griha Pravesh Puja is usually cantered around Lord Ganesh, who is regarded as the protector of mankind on earth. Besides being a protector he is also the bestowed of good fortune and riches to a family who prays to him devotedly.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.

  • Ganapathy Homa

    Lord Ganesh or Ganapati Puja and Homam is done for prosperity, happiness and fulfillment of all wishes. Lord Ganesha is the supreme god. Ganapati is worshipped before every deity in puja or any ritual. Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is the festival when Indians participate and celebrate Ganapati Puja in India. Lots of poojas will be done for Lord Ganesha in temples as well as at homes.

  • Sunderkand Path Puja

    Sunderkand paath is a ceremonial recital amongst the key portions of Ram Charita Manas composed by Goswami Tulsidasji. Blessings of Hanuman ensure eternal wisdom, never-waning strength and beauty. It is the ideal path to attain moksha. It begins with Hanuman acknowledging his powers and flying off to Lanka in search of Mata Sita crossing the mighty ocean and defeating mystical creatures.

Health Problem Puja

  • Navagraha Homa

    The term Navagraha denotes the nine celestial bodies which are central to astrological calculations (and beliefs) (and not the nine planets as it is frequently erroneously translated). The Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn and the two shadow planets Rahu and Ketu constitute the Navagraha. The nine "grahas" or planets in our horoscope control our karma, our desires and their outcomes. Each of these nine planets exerts an influence in our lives, which is called "dasa" and it can be known from one's horoscope. Navagraha Puja/homam is performed to reduce the negative effects and improve the positive energies related to a person.

  • Akhand Ramayan Paath

    Shri Ramcharitmanas also known as Shri Ramayana is an epic written by Tulsidas a Hindu poet-saint, philosopher and reformer of 16th Century renowned for his devotion for Lord Rama. Formerly, the Ramayana was written by Sage Valmiki in Sanskrit language. Shri Ram Charit Manas is a great Epic which describes the Life of Lord Rama who was the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Rama is also known as "Purushottam" means supreme Purush. He is the perfect Avatar of Lord Vishnu and has been described as an example of truth, morality, an ideal son, an ideal husband and above all an ideal King.

  • Sri Maha Mritunjaya Homa

    Maha Mruthyunjaya Homam is dedicated to Lord Shiva to avoid untimely death. The Mruthyunjaya Homam is performed to achieve Jaya or Victory over Mritya or death. The object of worship of this homa is Lord Shiva. One of the synonyms of Lord Shiva is Mrityu. Mrityu which means death of the death or the destroyer of death. During this homa one chants 21 mantras. The prominent offerings in this homa are durva grass and an herb called amrita.

  • Nakshatra Puja

    Nakshatra Pooja is performed if you are born under the influence of an inauspicious Nakshatra; to appease the God ruling the Nakshatra and to reduce the ill effects of the Nakshatra under whose influence you are born. This Puja is performed to remove the bad effect of planets called as 'Doshan' and improves the future, success, happiness and relationships

  • Sunderkand Path Puja

    Sunderkand paath is a ceremonial recital amongst the key portions of Ram Charita Manas composed by Goswami Tulsidasji. Blessings of Hanuman ensure eternal wisdom, never-waning strength and beauty. It is the ideal path to attain moksha. It begins with Hanuman acknowledging his powers and flying off to Lanka in search of Mata Sita crossing the mighty ocean and defeating mystical creatures.

  • Sudarshana Homa

    Maha Sudarsana Homam is a very powerful Homam which fulfills your Desires, removes all kind of Poverty and brings Health, wealth, peace and Prosperity. It is said that Maha Sudashan Homam is a powerful Homam that removes obstacles and Blockages on your Path and makes you successful in your mission. It removes your worries and grant you happiness. The Powerful Mantras of Lord Sudarshan Homa remove all your enemies and gives you a protection in all fronts.

  • Ganapathy Homa

    Lord Ganesh or Ganapati Puja and Homam is done for prosperity, happiness and fulfillment of all wishes. Lord Ganesha is the supreme god. Ganapati is worshipped before every deity in puja or any ritual. Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is the festival when Indians participate and celebrate Ganapati Puja in India. Lots of poojas will be done for Lord Ganesha in temples as well as at homes.

  • Sri Satyanarayan Puja

    Shri Satyanarayan Puja is performed to seek blessing of God Narayan which is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Although there is no fixed day to perform Satyanarayan Puja but doing it during Purnima or Pournami is considered highly auspicious.

Astrological Puja

  • Navagraha Homa

    The term Navagraha denotes the nine celestial bodies which are central to astrological calculations (and beliefs) (and not the nine planets as it is frequently erroneously translated). The Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn and the two shadow planets Rahu and Ketu constitute the Navagraha. The nine "grahas" or planets in our horoscope control our karma, our desires and their outcomes. Each of these nine planets exerts an influence in our lives, which is called "dasa" and it can be known from one's horoscope. Navagraha Puja/homam is performed to reduce the negative effects and improve the positive energies related to a person.

  • Nakshatra Puja

    Nakshatra Pooja is performed if you are born under the influence of an inauspicious Nakshatra; to appease the God ruling the Nakshatra and to reduce the ill effects of the Nakshatra under whose influence you are born. This Puja is performed to remove the bad effect of planets called as 'Doshan' and improves the future, success, happiness and relationships

  • Surya (Sun) Puja

    Surya Puja or Sun Worship is dedicated to Lord Surya. Grah Shanti Surya Puja or Sun worship is recommended to those, having malefic surya or wrongly placed sun as per the horoscope. Here is a list of things associated with the worship of Surya - the Sun God.

Flourishing Business and Money Puja

  • Office/Shop Opening Puja

    A new venture begins with the blessings of goddesses Laxmi and lord Ganapathi. The blessing of success and prosperity comes with the performance of Lakshm Pooja and Ganapathi Pooja which helps to attain success at faster rate. Laxmi,the goddesses of wealth brings the desired success in a new venture .The lard Ganapathi, Vignanivaraka removes all the hurdle in your new path to keep you happy and peaceful,

  • Ganapathy Homa

    Lord Ganesh or Ganapati Puja and Homam is done for prosperity, happiness and fulfillment of all wishes. Lord Ganesha is the supreme god. Ganapati is worshipped before every deity in puja or any ritual. Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is the festival when Indians participate and celebrate Ganapati Puja in India. Lots of poojas will be done for Lord Ganesha in temples as well as at homes.

  • Mahalakshmi Homa

    Mahalakshmi is considered as a powerful goddess who plays a key role in accumulating more wealth to lead an affluent life. She is also considered as the consort of Lord Vishnu and helps to attain financial stability. According to ancient Vedic contexts, performing homam on her will bring happiness and prosperity in a home. This homam provides methods for overcoming financial problems and debts to a wider extent. It also fulfills the desires of devotees to gain material prosperity in life by addressing exact needs.

  • Sunderkand Path Puja

    Sunderkand paath is a ceremonial recital amongst the key portions of Ram Charita Manas composed by Goswami Tulsidasji. Blessings of Hanuman ensure eternal wisdom, never-waning strength and beauty. It is the ideal path to attain moksha. It begins with Hanuman acknowledging his powers and flying off to Lanka in search of Mata Sita crossing the mighty ocean and defeating mystical creatures.

  • Sri Satyanarayan Puja

    Shri Satyanarayan Puja is performed to seek blessing of God Narayan which is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Although there is no fixed day to perform Satyanarayan Puja but doing it during Purnima or Pournami is considered highly auspicious.

  • Rudra Abhishekam Puja

    Rudra Pooja is an ancient practice followed in India since time immemorial. ‘Rudra’ means ‘Shiva - the Benevolent', ' the Destroyer of Evil'. 'Pooja' means that which is born out of fullness. Through this Pooja one can aim for inner peace and fulfillment. In this Pooja, Lord Shiva is worshipped in his Rudra form.

  • Lakshmi Kuber Homa

    Lakshmi-Kubera Homam is one of the most powerful homam for wealth and prosperity.It is performed for faster recovery of dues.

Career Problem Puja

  • Akhand Ramayan Paath

    Shri Ramcharitmanas also known as Shri Ramayana is an epic written by Tulsidas a Hindu poet-saint, philosopher and reformer of 16th Century renowned for his devotion for Lord Rama. Formerly, the Ramayana was written by Sage Valmiki in Sanskrit language. Shri Ram Charit Manas is a great Epic which describes the Life of Lord Rama who was the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Rama is also known as "Purushottam" means supreme Purush. He is the perfect Avatar of Lord Vishnu and has been described as an example of truth, morality, an ideal son, an ideal husband and above all an ideal King.

  • Sunderkand Path Puja

    Sunderkand paath is a ceremonial recital amongst the key portions of Ram Charita Manas composed by Goswami Tulsidasji. Blessings of Hanuman ensure eternal wisdom, never-waning strength and beauty. It is the ideal path to attain moksha. It begins with Hanuman acknowledging his powers and flying off to Lanka in search of Mata Sita crossing the mighty ocean and defeating mystical creatures.

  • Sudarshana Homa

    Maha Sudarsana Homam is a very powerful Homam which fulfills your Desires, removes all kind of Poverty and brings Health, wealth, peace and Prosperity. It is said that Maha Sudashan Homam is a powerful Homam that removes obstacles and Blockages on your Path and makes you successful in your mission. It removes your worries and grant you happiness. The Powerful Mantras of Lord Sudarshan Homa remove all your enemies and gives you a protection in all fronts.

  • Sri Satyanarayan Puja

    Shri Satyanarayan Puja is performed to seek blessing of God Narayan which is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Although there is no fixed day to perform Satyanarayan Puja but doing it during Purnima or Pournami is considered highly auspicious.

Evil Effects Problem Puja

  • Nakshatra Puja

    Nakshatra Pooja is performed if you are born under the influence of an inauspicious Nakshatra; to appease the God ruling the Nakshatra and to reduce the ill effects of the Nakshatra under whose influence you are born. This Puja is performed to remove the bad effect of planets called as 'Doshan' and improves the future, success, happiness and relationships

  • Ganapathy Homa

    Lord Ganesh or Ganapati Puja and Homam is done for prosperity, happiness and fulfillment of all wishes. Lord Ganesha is the supreme god. Ganapati is worshipped before every deity in puja or any ritual. Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is the festival when Indians participate and celebrate Ganapati Puja in India. Lots of poojas will be done for Lord Ganesha in temples as well as at homes.

  • Rudra Abhishekam Puja

    Rudra Pooja is an ancient practice followed in India since time immemorial. ‘Rudra’ means ‘Shiva - the Benevolent', ' the Destroyer of Evil'. 'Pooja' means that which is born out of fullness. Through this Pooja one can aim for inner peace and fulfillment. In this Pooja, Lord Shiva is worshipped in his Rudra form.

  • Sunderkand Path Puja

    Sunderkand paath is a ceremonial recital amongst the key portions of Ram Charita Manas composed by Goswami Tulsidasji. Blessings of Hanuman ensure eternal wisdom, never-waning strength and beauty. It is the ideal path to attain moksha. It begins with Hanuman acknowledging his powers and flying off to Lanka in search of Mata Sita crossing the mighty ocean and defeating mystical creatures.

  • Sri Satyanarayan Puja

    Shri Satyanarayan Puja is performed to seek blessing of God Narayan which is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Although there is no fixed day to perform Satyanarayan Puja but doing it during Purnima or Pournami is considered highly auspicious.

Children Related Puja

  • Sri Maha Mritunjaya Homa

    Maha Mruthyunjaya Homam is dedicated to Lord Shiva to avoid untimely death. The Mruthyunjaya Homam is performed to achieve Jaya or Victory over Mritya or death. The object of worship of this homa is Lord Shiva. One of the synonyms of Lord Shiva is Mrityu. Mrityu which means death of the death or the destroyer of death. During this homa one chants 21 mantras. The prominent offerings in this homa are durva grass and an herb called amrita.

  • Sunderkand Path Puja

    Sunderkand paath is a ceremonial recital amongst the key portions of Ram Charita Manas composed by Goswami Tulsidasji. Blessings of Hanuman ensure eternal wisdom, never-waning strength and beauty. It is the ideal path to attain moksha. It begins with Hanuman acknowledging his powers and flying off to Lanka in search of Mata Sita crossing the mighty ocean and defeating mystical creatures.

  • Ayusha Homa

    Ayusha homam means Age and Ayusha homa is performed by learned purohits for long life and removal of all obstacles from life. Ayusha homam is done to worship the god of life (Ayur Devatha ). By doing this homam, one gets long life blessings from Ayur Devatha. Ones a year this homa is recommended for healthy living and long life. If you are suffering from any ailment for long , then also Ayusah Homa is recommended.

  • Sri Satyanarayan Puja

    Shri Satyanarayan Puja is performed to seek blessing of God Narayan which is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Although there is no fixed day to perform Satyanarayan Puja but doing it during Purnima or Pournami is considered highly auspicious.

  • Birthday Puja

    Puja for Children Related Problem

  • Saraswati Homa

    Goddess Saraswati, the consort of Lord Brahma, is the presiding Deity of all forms of Vidyas – i.e., learning. She is the Goddess who grants us success in Education, research, music, singing, dancing, acting, painting, sculpture etc. She is also the ruler of speech and called Vagdevi. In the orthodox Hindu tradition, before starting anything one salutes one’s Guru, Ganesha and Saraswati. These three salutations are called Vandana Trayee.

Education Related Puja

  • Akhand Ramayan Paath

    Shri Ramcharitmanas also known as Shri Ramayana is an epic written by Tulsidas a Hindu poet-saint, philosopher and reformer of 16th Century renowned for his devotion for Lord Rama. Formerly, the Ramayana was written by Sage Valmiki in Sanskrit language. Shri Ram Charit Manas is a great Epic which describes the Life of Lord Rama who was the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Rama is also known as "Purushottam" means supreme Purush. He is the perfect Avatar of Lord Vishnu and has been described as an example of truth, morality, an ideal son, an ideal husband and above all an ideal King.

  • Nakshatra Puja

    Nakshatra Pooja is performed if you are born under the influence of an inauspicious Nakshatra; to appease the God ruling the Nakshatra and to reduce the ill effects of the Nakshatra under whose influence you are born. This Puja is performed to remove the bad effect of planets called as 'Doshan' and improves the future, success, happiness and relationships

  • Sunderkand Path Puja

    Sunderkand paath is a ceremonial recital amongst the key portions of Ram Charita Manas composed by Goswami Tulsidasji. Blessings of Hanuman ensure eternal wisdom, never-waning strength and beauty. It is the ideal path to attain moksha. It begins with Hanuman acknowledging his powers and flying off to Lanka in search of Mata Sita crossing the mighty ocean and defeating mystical creatures.

  • Sri Satyanarayan Puja

    Shri Satyanarayan Puja is performed to seek blessing of God Narayan which is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Although there is no fixed day to perform Satyanarayan Puja but doing it during Purnima or Pournami is considered highly auspicious.

  • Saraswati Homa

    Goddess Saraswati, the consort of Lord Brahma, is the presiding Deity of all forms of Vidyas – i.e., learning. She is the Goddess who grants us success in Education, research, music, singing, dancing, acting, painting, sculpture etc. She is also the ruler of speech and called Vagdevi. In the orthodox Hindu tradition, before starting anything one salutes one’s Guru, Ganesha and Saraswati. These three salutations are called Vandana Trayee.

Homa / Hawan

  • Sri Satyanarayan Puja

    Shri Satyanarayan Puja is performed to seek blessing of God Narayan which is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Although there is no fixed day to perform Satyanarayan Puja but doing it during Purnima or Pournami is considered highly auspicious.

  • Sunderkand Path Puja

    Sunderkand paath is a ceremonial recital amongst the key portions of Ram Charita Manas composed by Goswami Tulsidasji. Blessings of Hanuman ensure eternal wisdom, never-waning strength and beauty. It is the ideal path to attain moksha. It begins with Hanuman acknowledging his powers and flying off to Lanka in search of Mata Sita crossing the mighty ocean and defeating mystical creatures.

  • Sri Maha Mritunjaya Homa

    Maha Mruthyunjaya Homam is dedicated to Lord Shiva to avoid untimely death. The Mruthyunjaya Homam is performed to achieve Jaya or Victory over Mritya or death. The object of worship of this homa is Lord Shiva. One of the synonyms of Lord Shiva is Mrityu. Mrityu which means death of the death or the destroyer of death. During this homa one chants 21 mantras. The prominent offerings in this homa are durva grass and an herb called amrita.

  • Ganapathy Homa

    Lord Ganesh or Ganapati Puja and Homam is done for prosperity, happiness and fulfillment of all wishes. Lord Ganesha is the supreme god. Ganapati is worshipped before every deity in puja or any ritual. Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is the festival when Indians participate and celebrate Ganapati Puja in India. Lots of poojas will be done for Lord Ganesha in temples as well as at homes.

  • Sri Suktam Homa

    This HOMA is performed to overcome any financial asperities or improve job prospects

  • Nava Graha Homa

    This HOMA is performed to appease any planets that are giving you malefic influences

  • Rurda Homa

    This Homa is performed to appease Lord Siva

  • Ayushaman Homa

    This HOMA is performed to overcome illnesses and improvements in health from surgery, accidents. It helps in improving the longevity as well as the quality of health in general

  • Chandi Homa

    This HOMA is performed to appease Divine Mother Durga by chanting the 800 Slokas of Sri Chandi Saptasati

Sanskaar

  • Jatak Karma Sanskar

    consists of baby's first Puja for invoking Divine blessings for child as well as parents through out the life

  • Namakaran Sanskar

    consists of naming a child after birth

  • Mundan Sanskar

    consists of hair cutting ceremony for the first time for new born baby to cut off native Karmas from past life and improve life in this current incarnation

  • Upanayan Sanskar

    consists of sacred thread ceremony where eight plus year old boys are initiated into the Gayatri Mantra

  • Cremation ceremony

    consist of chanting Shanti, peace prayers for the departed soul and help family grieve as the body is cremated

  • 13th Day ceremony

    This Puja consists of doing last rites for the soul after the body is cremated

  • Shraddha ceremony

    consist of offering our respect to the departed soul, which also should be performed yearly

  • Pushpan Sanskar

    This is performed when baby is growing in the womb and best time before 3 months of pregnancy, to give all the good sanskaar to the baby

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