Showering your loved ones with divine gift items on Janmashtami is a common practice. So, indulge in buying puja samagri online & gift them to your near and dear ones.
The eight-day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapada marks the birth of Lord Krishna. This glorious day is of the high regard in the Vaishnavism tradition of the Hindu culture. Extensive pujas along with singing spiritual hymns in praise of the lord form an important ritual of this festival. For all your spiritual needs you can buy an online puja samagri, bal Gopal gold wall frame, bal Gopal wall hanging frames online, and puja kit at an affordable price.
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We all know about Lord Krishna and his shenanigans. In this blog, we will learn a little bit more about everyone’s favorite Krishna. Read on for more information.
The last and everyone’s favorite manifestation of Lord Vishnu as Krishna. It took Seven hundred shlokas present in eighteen different chapters somewhere amidst the war of Kurukshetra and a thousand other ways to define his doings and deeds in this world. It is still not enough for us to know about everything he did within the limited years we have on earth. He came to this world during the resolution of Dwapara yuga. This is when people lost all their vision of righteousness and truth and flowed in the net of Maya which means lust, greed, and other desires which were materialistic. Another term to describe this is “Adharma”. The majority of the population was entangling themselves in Adharma towards the end of that era. It was hard to even for the seekers of truth to resist this mayajaal. The universe was no longer balanced. The trident saw this and was working behind restoring it.
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We are all aware of the spiritual power of Shiva. In this blog we will learn more about Shiva Tattva.
Shiva is the lord of meditation and therefore the lord of awakening. Shiva Tattva means to be awakening. Shivratri is thus an occasion to awaken one’s self from all sorts of slumber. It signifies being aware of everything you have and being grateful about it. Be grateful for the happiness which leads to growth, and also for sadness which gives a depth to life. For the pious, the following method of Shiva worship is advisable – sit down in lotus posture, do some Pranayam to stabilize your breath, then indulge in Dhyana, followed by chanting of “Om Namah Shivaya”. Also, it is the greatest mantra and the devout should drown himself in its Kirtan. Worshipping Shiva leads to fulfillment of a devotee’s wishes.
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The Nine Celestial Bodies together form the Navagraha and they play a very important role in our lives.
Navagrahas are occupying the main place in our life. We are able to live in this world, through their grace only. Apart from the main gods, Navagraha are considered as demi gods, and are even worshipped by the great rishis, sages and saints. In order to get prosperity and to get rid from our problems, it is advisable to visit and worship the nine temples, also called as Navagraha temples, situated nearby the Kumbakonam area.
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It is very important today to fight against this Corona Virus spreading worldwide causing not just severe disease but also major panic leading to stress, mental and physical illness.
The virus, which was prevalent in China, has now also spread in neighbouring countries like Hongkong, Singapore, Japan, US and India. And all countries around the globe are doing efforts to stop the spread and find a solution for this disease.
Coronavirus is a large family of viruses transmitted between animals and humans causing illness ranging from the common cold to more severe disease like Acute Respiratory Syndrome. The common signs of infection include fever, cough, respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.
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With Saraswati Puja approaching, let us have a look at the rituals and process of the festival. Also, don’t forget to get the proper puja samagri.
Saraswati puja also known as Vasant Panchami is the onset of spring and marks the ending of winters. People all over the country worship Saraswati Devi on this day. She is the deity of education, knowledge, culture, art and music. Almost, every family in the country performs this puja at home. This puja carries a greater significance in the life of students, teachers and artists. Saraswati puja needs a lot of puja samagris and you need to get them right. You can get these from puja samagri store online in India. Purchasing puja samagri can also be very smart and convenient. It can also save a lot of time. Continue reading The Glorious Celebrations of Saraswati Puja – Festival of Art and Knowledge
Indians are highly spiritual when it comes to following age-old significant customs. The Sharavan Somwar ritual is one of them, considered very auspicious for goddess Shiva. In the year 2019, this month usually starts from 17th July and is followed by a large number of people who buy a lot of puja kits from pooja stores, especially for this day.
According to the Tamil scriptures, it is known as “Avani” since it is the fifth month of the solar year. According to the Vedic astrology, the Shravan maas sets in when the sun enters the zodiac zone. The Lunar calendar narrates a different story- that the Shravan month begins on the day of the new moon day. On the remarkable occasion of the Full Moon or Purnima, the divine fragment of the sky is under the sovereignty of the celestial Shravan Nakshatra ( one out of the twenty-seven nakshatras). This is the reason it is called Shravan. Every single day of this month is auspicious since the devotees worship the humble lord Shiva or Shambhu. Optimistic prayers and notable Vedic rituals are performed in the temples of Lord Shiva to satisfy him dearly. This is a holy month since a lot of other festivities are also celebrated like Govasta, Shravani Purnima, Vara Lakshmi Vrata, Nagar Panchami, Raksha Bandhan, Kalkyavatara, Putradaikadashi etc. You can perform this by buying Indian puja items and puja kits for all festivals. Continue reading Special Custom of Following the Shravan Somwar Ritual
Guru Purnima is the day when we pay respect to our Gurus. Some organise pujas using simple pooja items while some spend the day on fasting. More on Guru Purnima.
Indian tradition and culture has always placed ‘Guru’ or ‘the teacher’ in the most revered position. As our scriptures read :-
“GururBrahma GururVishnu GururDevo Maheshwaraha ;
Guru Saakshaat ParaBrahma Tasmai Sri Gurave Namaha”
(Translated, this signifies Guru as the Creator, Guru as the Preserver and Guru as the Destroyer. Guru is also the absolute and ultimate Lord himself. Salutations to that!)
Guru purnima is the day of remembrance of the Guru and his importance in our lives. Some of them buy pooja items and offer pooja as a reverence to their gurus. Organising a special pooja on the day is a norm in many institutions which abide by the traditional systems. Organising pooja on this occasion is not difficult due to the availability of online puja samagri which makes matter easier. Continue reading Paying Respect to Gurus on the Occasion of Guru Purnima
Vinayaka Chaturthi is done with sixteen rituals. All the required pooja items for this may mostly be procured online. Here is a glimpse of the sixteen rituals.
Vinayaka Chaturthi is the worship of Lord Ganesha where the puja is done with sixteen rituals or shodashopachara. In case of Vinayaka Chaturthi, though the worship may be done in the morning, afternoon or evening, it is always preferred to be done in the afternoon. The place of worship must be cleaned and prepared beforehand and pooja items must be procured as per list. These days, to make matters simpler, specific puja kits are also available. Continue reading The Sixteen Rituals to be Followed During Vinayaka Chaturthi
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?