• Akarshan MahaPuja & Yagna

    Akarshan means attraction and Akarshan Maha Puja & Yagna is a age old Puja that is done for wish fulfilment purposes. Vashikaran through Akarshan is one of the siddhis or power that is seeked by devotees.  In Akarshan Maha Puja & Yagna Lord Kamdev or the God of Love is worshipped. By conducting the said Puja devotees seek the blessings of attraction, magnetism, charisma and more. During ancient times the said Puja was conducted by kings and emperors for winning the hearts and minds of the people and opponents. The puja can give one prosperity and growth in walks of life and help attract good fortune and love. Akarshan Maha Puja & Yagna is also a protective Puja that provide protection against undue negativity that may be imposed on by others.


    Om LaKeem LaKeem Muma VaShyam Kuru Kuru Swaha

    Benefits of Akarshan MahaPuja & Yagna

    • For charismatic personality and magnetism
    • For wish fulfilment and cordial partner


  • Ati Rudra Maha Yagna

    Lord Rudra has been glorified several times in the Yajurveda. Lord Rudra destroys all sorrows, it destroys a man’s sins and brings him near to blessings of Lord Shiva. It is believed that Lord Rudra is worshiped by all Gods and Goddesses. Ati Rudra Maha Yagna is a Maha Yagna that is done to seek the blessings of Lord Rudra or Shiva. Often the Ati Rudra Maha Yagna is conducted for the betterment of entire humanity and mankind. Rudram is the combination of Namakam and Chamakam which is given in the Yajur Veda. Ati Rudram involves 14641 Rudrams. It is believed that conducting the Ati Rudra Maha Yagna washes away all the sins of this and past lives and brings peace, happiness and prosperity.


    Om Namah Shivaya

    Benefits of Ati Rudra Maha Yagna

    • For good health and relief from all miseries including planetary doshas
    • For success in all walks of life including business, career, relationship and more

  • Ayush Homam

    Ayush Homam is done to revere and worship Ayur Devta or the God of life. The word Ayush means age and the Ayush Homam is mostly conducted on one’s birthday. Ayush Homam is done primarily for longevity of one’s life and for protection against ill health, accidents and injuries.  It is recommended that a devotee should conduct the Ayush Homam once every year especially on the day of birth. Ayush Homam is especially recommended for children as the Puja helps eliminate karmic negativities and malefic effects of the Planets too. The Ayush Homam is performed on the Nakshatra of a person or that of a child. If a person or a child in suffering from some chronic illness or issue it is recommended that he or she should get the Ayush Homam done.


    om dhavataraya mantraya namaha

    om  hum aayur detaya namah

    Benefits of Ayush Homam

    For good health, prosperity and longevity of life

    For blessings of Ayur Dev

    Ayush Homam

    From: 9501
  • Bhumi devi gayatri mantra Siddhi Japa & Yagna

    Bhumi devi gayatri mantra Siddhi Japa and Yagna is all about worshipping Mother Earth. It is a very special kind of prayer that is offered to Bhumi or Earth Devi, who is considered as divine wife Varaha who is the reincarnation of Lord Vishnu. The purpose of Bhumi devi gayatri mantra Siddhi Japa and Yagna, is definitely about bringing peace in one’s life. However, the actual significance lies in generating the sense of respect towards Mother Earth. As we gain respect for her, we try to protect all kinds of natural assets, hence a safer, healthier and rich life. The major benefits of this puja gets noted in terms of securing higher designation and balanced life.gaining good health and knowledge are some of the basic things that you gain from Bhumi devi gayatri mantra Siddhi Japa & Yagna. As human existence is directly related to Earth, the dedicated service through this puja is a boon to human life.


    Om Vasundharaya vidmahe, Bhutadhatraya dhimahi Tanno Bhumih prachodayat

  • Budha (Mercury) Mantra Siddhi Japa & Yagna

    Budha Graha or Mercury is the smallest planet in the Solar System and is the closest planet to the Sun. It gives the person wisdom and the ability to indulge in scholarly debates. It affects the person’s teeth, neck, shoulders and skin. It is low in the Virgo and high in the Pisces. Planet mercury is the nearest to the Sun. Budha Graha is an auspicious Planet which is also regarded as the prince of all Planets. But under certain circumstances and in conjunction with other Planets Budha Graha can provide malefic effects too. Mercury is considered a planet of speech, wisdom, intellect, business and wealth. In the event of adverseness, there are problems in business, money loss, intellectual conflicts, blood cancer, skin cancer, leprosy, quarrels etc.


    Om Braam Breem Broum Sah Bhudhaya Namah

    Benefits of Budha (Mercury) Mantra Siddhi Japa & Yagna

    • For wisdom, intellect and knowledge and success
    • For relief from malefic effects of a weakly placed mercury

  • Chandra (Moon) Mantra Siddhi Japa & Yagna

    Chandra Dev is considered as second most influential planet in Navgrah. According to the Matsya Purana, Chandra’s vehicle is a chariot. The clothing, horses and chariots are all white. There are three chakras in this chariot. Ten strong horses keep on shaking All horses are divine and unblemished. The horses’ eyes and ears are also white, they are as bright as a conch. Chandvi Deva’s son’s name is Buddha, who originated from Tara. The moon’s overdue aparas and goddess Amma Devi. Their Mahadasha is of ten years and it is the owner of Cancer. These are also called the masters of the constellations, their second place in the Navagrahas. Physically, human beings suffer from mental discomfort and respiratory infections from a weak Chandra. Other than Puja for happiness and peace, Monday’s fasting should be done.


      Dadhi shankha tushaarabham ksheero darnava sambhavam Namaami shashinam somam shambhor mukuta bhooshanam

    Benefits of Chandra (Moon) Mantra Siddhi Japa & Yagna
    For relief from malefic effects of a weakly placed moon

    For emotional stability and happiness

  • Chinnamasta Puja & Yagna

    Chhinnamasta words are made up of two words meaning the one who’s head is severed. Goddess Chinnamasta is fifth amongst ten Mahavidyas. Goddess is often depicted holding Her head in Her own hands. Goddess Chhinnamasta is also known as Vishal Chandika , who are extremely aggressive form. This form of Goddess is very scary, horrific and furious; the nature of the deity Chinnamasta is different from all the other deities. Goddess itself represents the three qualities of Satvik, Rajasik and Tamasik, three-dimensional. Goddesses represent the Universe’s transformation cycle, the entire universe rests on this cycle. Goddess Chhinnamasta is also worshiped in Jain and Buddhist religions.

    Benefits of Chinnamasta Puja & Yagna

    • For supreme protection and knowledge
    • For relief from all miseries

    Chinnamasta Puja & Yagna

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  • Das Mahavidya Puja & Yagna

    Das Mahavidya symbolises power of ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. The Das Mahavidya or ten wisdom Goddesses are consorts of Lord Shiva and symbolise various aspects of life. The source of all power in the world is ten Mahavidya. They are the power of Lord Shiva. All the power and the universe are in the origin of these ten Mahavyaya. The basic ten Mahavidyas in the roots of all those people who are entangled in birth and death, and the happiness and ultimately the salvation of all those who seek salvation. The ten Maha Vidya Goddesses are 1. Maha Kali 2 Tara 3 Shri Vidya Maha Tripurasundari 4 Bhubaneswar 5 Chinnamasta 6 Tripura-Bhairavi 7 Dhumavati 8 Baglamukhi 9 Matangi 10 Kamala


    Kali Tara Mahavidya Sodhashi Bhubaneswari। Bhairavi Chhinnamasta Ch Vidya Dhumawati tatha । Bagala Siddha vidya Ch Maatangi Kamalatmika।
    Eta Dus Mahavidya Siddha Vidya prakartita। Esha Vidya Prakathita Sarvtantreshu Gopita।।

    Benefits of Das Mahavidya Puja and Yagna

    • For supreme protection and overall prosperity
    • For relief from any planetary malefic and spiritual upliftment

  • Dashavtaar Puja & Yagna

    The ten avatars of Lord Vishnu are worshipped together in Dashavtaar Puja & Yagna. The said Puja is one of the best ways to worship and revere Lord Vishnu. The ten manifestations of Lord Vishnu are Matsya Avatar, Kurma Avatar, Varaha Avatar, Narasimha Avatar, Vamana Avatar, Parashurama Avatar, Rama Avatar, Balarama Avatar, Krishna Avatar and Kalki Avatar. Lord Vishnu is one of the three primary Deities of Dharma. He is the protector and sustainer of the universe. In His Krishna Avatar Lord Vishnu has stated that wherever Dharma will be in danger He will return to establish Dharma and destroy Adharma. Lord Vishnu took the Dashavtaar is different ages to protect Dharma and to relinquish evil. The tenth and final incarnation of Lord Vishnu will manifest at the end of Kalyug when Dharma would be in danger.


    Om Kalkine Jay Jay Shaalgramnivasine Divysinghay Swayambhuve Purushay Namah
    Om Kleeng Krishnaay Namah
    Om Rang Ramay Namah
    Om Gautambuddhaay Namah
    Om Parashuramaay Namah
    Om Vaman Rupay Namah
    Om Namo Bhagwate Narasinhaya
    Om Namo Bhagwate Varah Rupay Bhur Bhuvah Swah Syatpate Bhupatitwam Dehyate Dadapay Swaha
    Om Koorm Rupay Namah
    Om Matsya Rupay Namah

    Dashavtaar Puja With 11000 chants  INR: 11,500 Priests: 5 Day 1
    Dashavtaar Puja With 51000 chants INR: 25,000 Priests: 11 Day 1

    Benefits of Dashavtaar Puja & Yagna

    • For health, wealth, success and prosperity
    • For protection and blessings of Lord Vishnu

    Dashavtaar Puja & Yagna

    From: 11500
  • Dhanvantari Yagna and Homas

    Lord Dhanvantari is considered as the doctor of all the Gods. He carries nectar in his hand. He is the doctor of all gods in the three words. He is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He is considered as the father or Ayurveda Shasta. He appeared on the day of Dhanteras. He is worshipped on Dhana Trayodasi, which comes two days before Diwali. He first appeared during the churning of cosmic Milk Ocean, to distribute Amrit (nectar) for Gods. The churning of Milk Ocean is celebrated once in twelve years, in the festival called kumbh mela. Dhanvantari puja is done on Dhana Trayodasi or Dhanteras.

    Benefits of this Puja:

    • This Puja brings the blessings of lord Vishnu
    • This Puja brings wealth and prosperity
    • This puja cures all diseases and ailments

  • Dhanvantri Puja & Yagna

    Lord Dhanvantari is considered as the doctor of all the Gods. He carries nectar in his hand. He is the doctor of all gods in the three words. He is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He is considered as the father or Ayurveda Shasta. He appeared on the day of Dhanteras. He is worshipped on Dhana Trayodasi, which comes two days before Diwali. He first appeared during the churning of cosmic Milk Ocean, to distribute Amrit (nectar) for Gods. The churning of Milk Ocean is celebrated once in twelve years, in the festival called kumbh mela. Dhanvantari puja is done on Dhana Trayodasi or Dhanteras.


    Om Namo Bhagavate, Maha Sudharshanaya
    Vasudevaya Dhanvantaraye, Amruta Kalasa Hastaaye
    Sarva Bhay Vinashanaya, Sarva Roga Nivaranaya
    Trilok Pataye, Trilok Naathaye
    Sri Maha Vishnu Swarup Sri Dhanvantri Swarup
    Sri Sri Sri Aaushadh Chakra Narayanaya Namaha

    Benefits of this Puja:

    • This Puja brings the blessings of lord Vishnu
    • This Puja brings wealth and prosperity

  • Dhumavati Puja & Yagna

    Goddess Dhumavati is depicted as a widow of Lord Shiva. She is the seventh of ten Mahavidya Goddesses. The nature of the goddess is similar to smoke hence Her name. Goddess Dhumavati exists in the house of people in the form of poverty and miseries and is also known by the name of Alkshimi or the sister of Maa Laxmi. Goddess Dhumavati is also related with negative thoughts and facts such as death, anger, misfortune, rottenness, incomplete desires, and those which lead to negative feelings in life. When the Goddess becomes angry, every person destroys the desires, happiness, riches and prosperity, the Goddess is infatuated, she dwells in unholy places. Goddess exists in the form of disease, misfortune, discord, poverty and misery.


    Dhung Dhung Dhumavati Tha Tha

    Benefits of Dhumavati Puja & Yagna

    • For relief from all miseries
    • For blessings of Maa Dhumavati

    Dhumavati Puja & Yagna

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  • Ganesh Mantra Japa & Homa

    Lord Ganesha is one of the most popular Deity of Hindu religion. He is the God of knowledge, wisdom, and intellect and auspicious beginnings. Lord Ganesha is the son of Mata Parvati and Lord Shiva and is known Ganapati and Siddhivinayak. According to Shiva Purana, Lord Ganesha has originated from the body of Maa Parvati. According to Shiva Purana, Lord Shiva has given a boon to Lord Ganesha that He will be first to be worshiped before any God or Goddess. One of the best ways to worship Lord Ganesha is through Ganesh Mantra Japa and Homa.


    Vakra-Tunndda Maha-Kaaya Suurya-Kotti Samaprabha |
    Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva-Kaaryessu Sarvadaa ||

    Benefits of Ganesh Mantra Japa & Homa

    • For blessing of Lord Ganesha
    •  For blessing of Lord Ganesha

  • Ganpati Yagna

    Ganesh is the God of wisdom who removes obstacles from one’s path. He is worshipped for siddhi, success in undertakings, and buddhi, intelligence. He is worshipped before any venture is started. He is also the God of education, knowledge and wisdom, literature, and the fine arts. Lord Ganesha has all the five elements under His control. He is the embodiment of all potencies. He has no superior above Him. He is the Pranava Swarupa (embodiment of Aum). Hence, the first prayer is always addressed to Him.

    As per puranas, this homam blesses with:
    • Removal of obstacles.
    • For success in work/ business.
    • Fulfilment of desires.
    • For knowledge & concentration.
    • To control the malefics of planet Ketu.


    Ganpati Yagna

  • Gau Gayatri Japa and Yagna

    Gau Gayatri mantra Japa is done to worship Maa Kamdhenu. Devotees who perform worship of Gayatri Kamadhenu with devotion are blessed with spiritual growth, wish fulfilment and relief from the pain and all worldly desires. Due to effect of Gau Gayatri Japa and Yagna one becomes free from vices such as delusional, hatred, self-obsession and more. The Puja burns all negative karma and bad samskars of past lives and propels one on the path of Moksh as Maa Gayatri is also known as Mokshadinini or the bestowal of Moksh. In ancient scripture Maa Gayatri is called a manifestion of Kamdhenu. Maa Gayatri is the source of all knowledge and Vedas. It is believed that there is no one in heaven and on earth whose sins are not absolved by chanting the Gau Gayatri mantra.


    kamdhenu namah

    Benefits of Gau Gayatri Japa and Yagna

    • For blessings of Lord Krishna and Gau mata
    • For wish fulfilment, good karma, health, wealth and success

    This puja can be done
    Gau Gayatri Japa and Yagna With 21000 chants priests: 3 Day 2

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    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, Gau maa pujan , Yantra Pujan and Gau daan, havan Aarti, Mantra Pushpanjali, Bhramin Bhojan

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