Organize Pooja/Pujan/Yagna

If you want to organize a religious ceremony be it mundan, private pooja, havan pooja, wedding vows, we can organize a priest/poojari for same.

There is often an auspicious time in which the ceremony (depending upon the pooja) needs to be performed. It is recommended to inquire an auspicious time before the ritual.

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  • Pitru Yagna And Tarpan

    ritual that goes to mark the short life of humans on earth, called Tarpan, is also observed on this day. Pitru Paksha is observed by Hindus by remembering their ancestors. It is when the deceased visit earth and bless their kin with prosperity.
  • Asthi Visrjan

    Asthi Visarjan is one of the most important of the obligatory religious ceremonies in the Hindu religion. All Hindu sacred texts prescribe that the person's soul ends any connection with the physical and material human body after its demise. When the soul cuts off its ties, it begins its journey in evolution
  • Shri Ganpati Gauri Pujan

    It is believed that Gauri is Ganesha's sister who comes to visit him. Like her brother, the arrival of Ma Gauri in one's home represents health, wealth, happiness & prosperity. In fact, Gauri sthapna is done with two idols of Ma Gauri.
  • Shri Laxminarayan Pujan

    Invoking Goddess Lakshmi and her consort Lord Vishnu (Narayana) can bestow wealth and prosperity blessings. Performing this homa can help with overcoming debts, financial difficulties and relationship issues
  • Shri Laxmi Pujan

    Laxmi is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity and she is worshipped for promotion, success and personal virtues. People worship her for spiritual prosperity and material abundance. It is believed that she helps remove the troubles that prevent people from moving on spiritual path or carry on their businesses.
  • Shri Durga Pujan

    As per Hindu scriptures, the festival marks the victory of goddess Durga in her battle against the shape-shifting asura, Mahishasura. Thus, the festival epitomises the victory of good over evil, though it is also in part a harvest festival celebrating the goddess as the motherly power behind all of life and creation.
  • Shri Kali Pujan

    Kali Puja is celebrated to seek the help of the goddess in destroying evil and get her blessings for general happiness, health, wealth, and peace. The puja rituals of Kali Puja take place at night. Devotees perform the puja using red hibiscus flowers as it is said to be her favourite.
  • Shri Ganga Pujan

    This ceremony includes fire, songs sung in praise of the worshiped, flowers, incense, music, etc. The purpose of aarti is to show humility and gratitude to God's divine form. Ganga aarti is a devotional offering to the River Goddess. Lit lamps and flowers are floated down the river
  • Shri Navgraha Pujan

    Navgrah Puja is performed to worship the 9 graha or planets, it is conducted to pray for health, success, and prosperity.
  • Shri Panchdev Pujan

    The main purpose of Panch–Dev pooja is to give Happiness, Peace and Contentment. Good thoughts emerge in the mind and divine energy is manifested in the body and the behavior experiences a sense of freedom by which the mind is easily directed toward Bra'hmaan