Each one of the brass pooja items like Kalash, the puja thali, Diya or the lamp, and conch are spiritually important. Here’s all about these brass items.
The pooja items used for worshipping the Gods and Goddesses are the outstanding mediums that help in transporting shagun waves of the deities to the devotees. In this blog, the spiritual importance of some of the brass pooja items is explained. Continue reading What Is the Spiritual Importance of Brass Items In Pujas?
Havan is performed before or during many Hindu poojas. Here is the complete list of the pooja samagris that are required to perform a homam or havan at home.
A homam or havan is said to be perfectly completed only when all the havan samagris are offered. Havan samagris and the other pooja samagris are offered by Pujashoppe in the form of kits as well as separately to make the arrangement hassle-free for the devotees. Continue reading Here’s the Complete List of Havan Samagris Available Online
Are you a devotee of Tirupati Balaji? Want to perform his puja at home? Here’s how to perform his puja with the right pooja items following the right vidhi.
Tirupati Balaji is believed to dwell in the seven hills known as the Tirumala. He is one of the forms of Lord Vishnu and is also identified as Lord Sriniwas, Venkateshwara, Venkatachalam, and Balaji. The name ‘Venkateshwara’ is given to him as he is the destroyer of all sins of every individual. This name can be split into different small terms in Sanskrit like ‘Ven’ which means destroy, ‘kata’ which means sin, and ‘ishwara’ which means the Supreme power. This is why his devotees perform his puja at home with all the required pooja items and also visit the temples of Balaji Continue reading Here’s How Can You Worship Tirupati Balaji at Home
Do you know what is Pradosh vrat? What is the importance of this vrat? What are the puja samagris needed for this vrat? Read the blog to know the answers.
Pradosh Vrat, also known as Prasodam in some regions of the country, is performed for worshipping Lord Shiva. Pradosh vrat falls every year on the thirteenth day of the Hindu calendar that is the trayodashi tithi during both Krishna paksh and the Shukla paksh of the month. The word ‘Pradosh’ stands for the time of sunset in the evening. The duration of this vrat is three hours that include one and a half hour before the sunset and one and a half hour after the sun sets. This ritual is performed by the Hindus with all the required puja samagris to complete the vrat with perfection and devotion. Continue reading What is the Significance of Pradosh Vrat?
You may perform a puja daily at home with different puja samagris but do you know why are these used, how should these be used and everything else about these?
Every Hindu performs puja every day. Almost every day they buy different puja items online to worship the deities. There are many things you should know before performing a puja at your home. Here are a few questions and answers about the different puja samagris that you use to worship the Lord. Continue reading FAQs About Different Puja Samagris
Kalash is a pot to carry water and is of great significance in Hinduism, especially in South India. It depicts various forms of Goddesses in most pujas. Silver or brass Kalash is normally used for many pujas. Many pujas are of no value if Kalash is not counted in and is deemed as indispensable element. Kalash is one of the major components of online divine gifts and sought for its propitious characteristics. Continue reading How to prepare Kalash for puja?
Originated among the Hindu clan of the Indian subcontinent, Kajari Teej is a festival that is widely celebrated by the Hindu women across the country. Celebrated on the third day of the divine Shiva Purnima, Kajari Teej is said to bring about well-being and prosperity in the lives of the individuals who celebrate it. Two other Teej festivals that are performed are – The Hariyali Teej and the Hartalika Teej. You can buy puja samagri online to get your rituals performed with ease. Continue reading Kajari Teej – A Widespread Community Puja Dedicated To Lord Krishna