Shiv Mahima Stotra
Lord Shiva is a powerful god and is considered as a destroyer of the world. Siva Mahima stotra was first sung by Gandhrva named “Pushpadanta”. Pushpdanta stole flowers from a palatial garden of king Chitraratha. As a result, the king could not perform puja. Fed up with this act of Gandharva, The king placed Bilva Patras on the floor. Unaware of this, Pushpadant stepped on these holy Bilva Patras and became a victim of Lord Shiva’s anger and lost his divine power of being invisible. To pacify Lord Shiva, Pushpadanta sang stotras, which are known as Shiva Mahima stotras.
om namah shivaya
• This stotra pleases Lord Shiva
• Lord Shiva’s blessings will be showered on the devotees
Lord Shiva will grant all the boons
This puja can be done:
- With 251 recitations: Number of priests: 5 INR:9,000 No.Day 1
- With 551 recitations: Number of priests: 11 INR:18,511 No.Day 1
- With 1,100 recitations: Number of priests: 21 INR:35,000 No.Day 1
Puja Service include
Swastivachan, Sankalp, Ganesh Pujan, Kalash Sthapana, Punyiyahvachan, Abhishek, Shodask matrika Kuldevi Pujan, Navgraha Mandal Pujan, 108 chants of Ganesh and nine Planets, either Shiv Pujan or Yantra Pujan and Abhishekam, shiv Mantra Jaap, Aarti, Pushpanjali, Bhramin Bhojan
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A short video of Sankalp being taken, along with Puja Photographs, Prasad and Puja Tokri will be sent after successful completion of the Puja. Puja will be held on an auspicious day and will be completed with all the required Vedic rituals. You will also be provided with the contact number of Punditji to speak with him or to listen to Sankalp being taken during the Puja.