Raksha Bandhan Puja
Since Vedic time Raksha Bandhan is a huge custom which is performed to avoid the dread of phantoms, awful spirits and Pishach (vampires). A wide range of maladies and awful signs can be maintained by playing out the custom of Raksha Bandhan. Like Holika Dahan, Raksha Bandhan is yearly custom to get security from all kinds of terrible things which may happen consistently. Raksha Bandhan ought to be performed amid Shravana Purnima subsequent to staying away from Bhadra timings.
In present day setting, the importance of Raksha Bandhan has changed essentially. It is accepted to be the celebration, which is implied for siblings and sisters i.e. just for kin. Rakhi has turned into the sobriquet of Raksha Bandhan. However, all Vedic references to this custom are specified with Raksha Bandhan.
To attain physical and mental power.
To decrease the malefic effect of afflicted Mercury
To succeed over enemies.
Puja Service include
Swastivachan, Sankalp, Ganesh Pujan, Kalash Sthapana, Punyiyahvachan, Abhishek, Shodask matrika Kuldevi Pujan, nandi shraddh Pitr Samarn, 64 Yogini Pujan, Vastu Pujan, Sarvatobhandr mandal Pujan, ShetraPal Pujan, Navgraha Mandal Pujan, 108 chants of Ganesh and nine Planets, Yantra Pujan and Abhishekam Mantra chants,havan Aarti, Mantra Pushpanjali, Bhramin Bhojan
Please provide your Full name, DOB, Time and Place of Birth and Puja Sankalp. You may also include names of your family members and near and dear ones in the Puja. You can use Skype to take Sankalp or see the Priest taking Sankalp on your behalf. For More Details Email Us or Contacts Us:- +918369513699
You may also order Puja DVD or Live Streaming of the Puja by clicking on the following Link (Puja DVD and Live Streaming - Link).
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.