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Book Your Pandit Online in Advance this Saraswati Puja

pandit for puja in Delhi

Saraswati Puja is almost around the corner and it is quite hard to get pandits. That is why you need to book pandit for puja in Delhi in advance.

Saraswati Puja is knocking at the doors and everyone is busy preparing for the same. This festival is especially a favorite of students as Saraswati is the goddess of education and art. On this day you will little children all dressed up in sarees and dhoti while they are going to school. It is a puja that is celebrated in every household and every educational institution. One of the toughest things to do that day is to get a pandit for the puja. Almost every pandit has a booking and even if you get one they will charge you a lot.

A priest or pandit belongs to the Brahmin community and performs the entire ceremony. You cannot have an auspicious occasion without booking a pandit. They are an essential part of every holy festival and we often forgot to mention this. With the advancement of technology and the internet, you can also book a pandit online. Getting a priest right at your doorsteps in just a few clicks away. There are many benefits to booking a pandit online in advance as you won’t be able to find one impromptu. That is why you need to do advance booking of pandit for puja in Delhi. Continue reading Book Your Pandit Online in Advance this Saraswati Puja

The Significances and Rituals of Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti

Guru Gobind Singh

Guru Gobind Singh Ji is the tenth Sikh gurus and it is a major Sikh festival. Find out how they celebrate this and the Puja Samagris that are required.

One of the holiest and pious festivals of the Sikh Religion is Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti. It is mainly celebrated in the Sikh culture. This festival commemorates the birthday of the tenth Sikh guru and pays tribute to him. He is a great warrior, clairvoyant, philosopher, and poet. The father of Guru Gobind Ji- Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji was beheaded as he refused to convert into Islam. Thus, he was established as the tenth Sikh guru at the mere age of nine. Guru Gobind Ji also lost all of his four sons in his life where two died as a warrior, and the Mughal army executed the other two. He also has many prominent contributions to the Sikh community, and one of them is founding the Sikh warrior community- Khalsa. Keep reading this blog to know more about this festival and the puja samagri that you need. Continue reading The Significances and Rituals of Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti