SKANDA SHASHTI (16.6.2021)
Skanda Shasti is celebrated to mark the day when Lord Karthikeya, who is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati is also known by many other names like Subramanya, Muruga, Skanda, and so on Skanda Shashti falls on the sixth day of the ‘Shuklapaksha’ (waxing phase of the moon), in the Hindu month of ‘Kartika’. This corresponds to the months of October-November according to the Gregorian calendar. Lord Murugan is popularly known as ‘Skanda’.
The Skanda Shasti Puja is a simple procedure which can be easily performed at home. This ritual can be observed on all six days of the ‘Skanda Shasti Vratam’ or even on the ‘Soorasamharam’, or the ‘Sooranporu’ day. As with any Hindu holy ritual, one should be prepared and have the entire basic Puja items ready, so as to ensure the proceedings are carried out without a hitch. Moreover, the most important aspect is to create a calm and serene ambience to set the right mood for the Puja. One should wake up early and have a purifying bath before starting the Puja rituals. Wear clean garments, and proceed to clean the Puja altar in preparation for the rituals to follow.
Puja Items required for Skanda Shasti Puja
All Hindu rituals start by propitiating Lord Ganesha, since he is the remover of obstacles and will ensure the Puja is performed without a glitch. Ganesha is also the beloved sibling of Kartikeya and
both are deeply attached to each other. Therefore, one should get an image or idol of Ganesha, along with a ‘Vel’ (Lance) and an image of Lord Subramania. Sandal paste, a little water, kumkum and flowers are the basic ingredients for the Puja. Other necessary Puja items should also be kept ready. After arranging the necessary Puja items, worship Lord Ganesha first, requesting his blessings to ensure the proceedings are carried out smoothly. Begin the main Puja by envisioning the image of Lord Murugan in the mind, and chanting
‘Om vali devasena samedha Shri Subrahmanya Swaamine namaha dhyaayaamii’
Place the idol of Lord Murugan nearby and pray for his divine mercy by chanting
‘Om Vali devasena swaamine namaha aavaahayaamii’
Offer obeisance to the idol or image of Lord Murugan and chant the mantra
Now sprinkle some water while chanting ‘Om namaha arghyam’
Sprinkle a little water at the feet of the image or near the ‘Vel’ and chant ‘Om namaha paadhyam’ Sprinkle a little more water while chanting ‘Om namaha aachamaniyam’
After you have completed these simple rituals, sprinkle a little rose water or even ordinary water and chant ‘Om oupachaarika snaanam’
Complete the ritual by sprinkling a little more water and chanting ‘Om snaanaanandharam aachamaniyam’
After these simple rituals, offer turmeric paste and if possible new attire for the image of the Lord. Now chant ‘Om vastraartham akshadaam’
It’s time now to offer Sandal paste to the Vel and idol of Murugan while chanting ‘Om gandhaan dhaarayaami’
Decorate the Puja altar with flowers or garlands and chant ‘Om gandhsyopari alankaaranaartham akshadaam’
Offer kumkum to the Lord and chant ‘Om haridraa kumkumam’
Now offer some flowers to Skanda and chant ‘Om pushpam poojayaami’
After completing these simple steps, light a ‘Deepam’ (oil lamp) and chant the ‘Skanda Shasti Kavacham’, ‘Subrahmanya Bhujangam’ or read the ‘Skanda Purana’ or any tale related to Lord Murugan. After lighting the lamp, one can perform ‘Archana’ or carry out the Puja formalities by lighting camphor and incense sticks.
Those who have prepared ‘Naivedhyam’ (food offerings) can now place this at the Puja altar and perform an Aarti to Lord Murugan. Conclude the Puja by offering thanks to Lord Ganesha. After successful completion of these simple rituals, one is bound to feel a pleasant spiritual aura
pervading the surroundings. Those who wish to can sit and contemplate on the Lord and bask in the divine ambience created by the Puja. The heady feeling of performing the Skanda Shashti Puja is sure to remain with us for a long, long time and instill a feeling of hope and confidence in our psyche.
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SKANDA SHASHTI (16.6.2021) Skanda Shasti is celebrated to mark the day when Lord Karthikeya, who is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati is also known by many other names like Subramanya, Muruga, Skanda, and so on Skanda Shashti falls on the sixth day of the ‘Shuklapaksha’ (waxing phase of the moon), in the …
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Karan is the most inspiring character of Mahabharata and was a great warrior. He was a true friend. He was the only warrior in that era that single-handed conducted “Dig Vijay Yatra” and conquered the entire world for his friend ‘Duryodhana’. He was born with kavach and kundal which would make him invincible. He is known as ‘Daanveer Karan’ as he donated his kavach and kundal to ‘Dev Inder’ even when he was aware of the conspiracy behind it. He possessed a charitable nature and was a great man. His life story has a lot to learn. His life was full of struggles from the time he was born but he never left trying for his rights. Our kids should know about his great life. His life is full of Inspiration. He was a great student, a lovely son, a great lover, a kind king of truthful nature and a selfless man.
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Ramba Trtiya, or Rambha Trithiya, is observed mainly in North India on the third day of the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in the month of Jyeshta (May – June). The day is dedicated to the Apsara Rambha who had emerged from the ocean during the famous Samudra Manthan – Churning of ocean. She is worshipped on the day by women of some Hindu communities in North India.
History of Rambha Tritiya Fast
Rambha, the Apsara, who symbolically represents womanly loveliness and amiability, is one of the 14 gems that came out from the ocean during Samudra Manthan or Churning of Ocean.
In some regions, Rambha Tritiya is equated with the worship of Goddess Lakshmi. She is propitiated by offering wheat, grain and flowers. The beauty aspect of the goddess is that is worshipped on the day.
Method of Celebration
Ramba Tritiya is dedicated to Sati Savitri Mata. The vrata is performed on Shukla Paksha Tritiya in Jyeshta month. Savitri Puja is the main ritual to observe on this day, the legend of this fast is mentioned in the Skanda Purana. Goddess Parvati kept this fast to get Lord Shiva as her husband. Married women perform this vrat under the banana tree to get its fullest merits. Women worship a pair of bangles which represent apsara Rambha and goddess Lakshmi.
रं रं। रम्भा रं रं देवी
Rm Rm Rambha Rm Rm Devi
Benefits of Offering Puja and Worship of Rambha
It is believed that offering puja and worship to Rambha will help in getting rid of even the worst diseases. Worship of her will help in remain young and healthy. They will look much younger than their age.
People who have the blessing of Rambha will be attractive, beautiful and will be able win over people easily. The person will achieve desire fulfillment.
The person will be able to marry the person of his/her choice.
Some tantrics worship her to learn techniques that will help them in hypnotizing other people.
When to Perform Rambha Puja
Shukla Paksha Tritiya Tithi – the third day during the waxing phase of moon. The most ideal day is the Jyeshtha Shukla Paksha Tritiya Tithi.
How to Perform Rambha Puja?
· The puja should be performed facing east looking at the rising sun.
· First prayers are to be offered to Ganesha in the mind.
· Water should be offered to Surya.
· The puja in the home should also be performed facing east
· A lamp should be lit in the puja room using cow ghee.
· The offering should include uncooked wheat, red flowers and a seasonal fruit.
· Another unique offering on the day is 24 black bangles.
· Some people also keep payal (anklets), wig and red color worn on feet and hand by women (Aalta) and other beauty products. These are kept on the entire day and removed next day morning and used.
· The Rambha Mantra is to be chanted 108 times.
Significance Ramba Trtiya, or Rambha Trithiya, is observed mainly in North India on the third day of the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in the month of Jyeshta (May – June). The day is dedicated to the Apsara Rambha who had emerged from the ocean during the famous Samudra Manthan – Churning of ocean. …
Shani Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Shani, will be observed on Thursday 10 June 2021. Shani Jayanti is celebrated on tithe of Jyeshtha Krishna Paksh Amavasya and also known as Shani Amavasya.
· Shani Jayanti Date – Thursday, June 10, 2021
Shani Jayanti Significance
Lord Shani is son of Lord Suryadev and rules planet Saturn and rules planet Saturn and weekday Saturday. Shani Jayanti day is highly auspicious for Hawan, Homam and Yagya to appease Lord Shani. Shani Tailabhishekam and Shani Shanti Puja are most important ceremonies performed Shani Jayanti. People suffering from Shani Dosha(Sadh Sati) should perform Shani Tailabhishekam and Shani shanti puja to lessen the effect of Shani ki Sadh Sati.
Devotees of Lord Shani keep whole day fast on Shani Jayanti and visit Shani Temples to seek blessings of Lord Shani. It is believed Shani is a Lord of Justice whom did fair justice and if appeased blesses his devotees with good luck and fortune. People, whom do not have blessings of Lord Shani, toil for years without getting any reward for their hard work in life.
LORD SHANI DHYAN MANTRA:
Nilanjana Samabhassam Ravi Putram Yamagrajam Chaya Mrttanda Sambhutam Tam Namami Shanai Shwaram
Shani Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Shani, will be observed on Thursday 10 June 2021. Shani Jayanti is celebrated on tithe of Jyeshtha Krishna Paksh Amavasya and also known as Shani Amavasya. · Shani Jayanti Date – Thursday, June 10, 2021 Shani Jayanti Significance Lord Shani is son of Lord Suryadev and rules …
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June 10 Amavasya 2021
Amavasya is known as the no moon day in traditional Hindu calendar. In 2021, there are 12 Amavasya. Mahalaya Amavasya in 2021 is on October 6. Below are the Amavasya 2021 dates with tithi time in Hindu calendar based on Indian Standard Time. Time for Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Pondicherry, Jammu and Kashmir, Manipur, Tripura, Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram and Andaman and Nicobar is given separately. Time for Gujarat, Maharashtra, Dadar Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Goa, northern parts of Karnataka (having a border with Maharashtra) and South Rajasthan having a border with Gujarat is given separately.
It is the darkest day in the Hindu month and also the last day in a month in the traditional Hindu calendars followed in Gujarat and Maharashtra.
There are many Hindus who undertake a complete fast on Amavasya. Some Hindu communities only take a single meal on the day. The day is considered apt for doing Tarpan and Shraddha for dead parents and other relatives.
June 10, 2021, Thursday
Time in western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and parts of Rajasthan) 1:58 PM on June 9 to 4:22 PM on June 10.
There are several benefits of observing Amavasya fast. Some of them are mentioned below:
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BENEFITS OF LALITA SAHASRANAMAM
Lalitha Sahasranamam is so powerful that it will ensure a life free from the travails of poverty, ill health, mental stress, etc. The Lalithambigai temple in Tirumeeyachur on the Mayavaram-Tiruvarur Road is the most famous temple and one should hear the recitation here, at least once in one’s lifetime. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
WHO IS GODDESS LALITA
Tripura Sundari (Sanskrit: त्रिपुर सुन्दरी, IAST: Tripura Sundarī), also known as SODASHI and Lalita, is a Hindu goddess and is mainly venerated in Shaktism, the goddess-oriented sect of Hinduism. She is glorified in many Shakta texts, with Lalita Sahasranama being the most popular one.
According to the Srikula tradition in SHAKTISM, Tripura Sundari is the foremost of the Mahavidyas and the highest aspect of Goddess ADI PARASHAKTI.
The TRIPURA UPANISHAD places her as the ultimate Shakti (energy, power) of the universe. She is described as the supreme consciousness, ruling from above BRAHMA, VISHNU, RUDRA and ISHWARA. Tripurasundari is said to sit on Sadasiva’s lap in his form as Kāmeśvara, the “Lord of Desire”. She is also the primary goddess associated with the SHAKTA TANTRIC tradition known as SHRI VIDYA. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
Lalita Sahasranama contains a thousand names of the Hindu mother goddess Lalita. The names are organized in hymns (STOTRAS). It is the only SAHASRANAMA that does not repeat a single name. Further, in order to maintain the meter, sahasranamas use the artifice of adding words like tu, api, ca, and hi, which are conjunctions that do not necessarily add to the meaning of the name except in cases of interpretation. The Lalita sahasranama does not use any such auxiliary conjunctions and is unique in being an enumeration of holy names that meet the metrical, poetical and mystic requirements of a sahasranama by their order throughout the text.
Lalita Sahasranama begins by calling the goddess Shri Mata (the great mother), ShriMaharani (the great queen) and Shrimat Simhasaneshwari (the queen sitting on the lion-throne). In verses 2 and 3 of the Sahasranama she is described as a Udayatbhanu Sahasrabha (the one who is as bright as the rays of thousand rising suns), Chaturbahu Samanvita (the one who has four hands) and Ragasvarupa Pashadhya (the one who is holding the rope). Chidagnikunda Sambhuta (one who was born from the altar of the fire of consciousness) and Devakarya samudyata (one who manifested herself for fulfilling the objects of the devas) are among other names mentioned in the sahasranama. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
The Shlokas are organized in such a way that Devi is described from head to feet (kesadhi padham). There are basically five works (pancha krtyam). They are creation (SHRISHTI), protection (STHITI), destruction (SAMHARAM), hiding (THIRUDHANAM) and blessing (ANUGRAHAM). Devi herself has been described as “pancha krtya parayana” in the sloka and the five tasks are described as follows:
Srshtikarthi brahmma roopa gopthree-govinda-rupini samharini-rudra-rupa thirodhanakareeswari sadasiva-anugrahadha panchakruthya-parayana
This means Devi is the aspect of Brahma, while creating sristhi, aspect of Vishnu while sustaining SRISHTI, aspect of RUDRA during dissolution sanghara. These five entities (BRAHMHA, VISHNU, RUDRA, ISHVARA and SADASIVA) are known as “Pancha-Brahma”. Lalitha has designated the five functions to these brahmam. Sometimes, Devi will take away the life from these five brahmmam and make them inactive, performing all the five tasks herself. At that time they will be called “pancha pretam” that is lifeless bodies. The first three slokas are: Srimata (great mother) – Srshti; Sri Maharani (great ruler) – Sthithi; Srimat Simhasaneswari (one who sits on the lion throne) – Samharam. The rest of the Slokas cover Thirodhanam and Anugraham. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
The next names –
“chidhagnikunda sambhutha devakarya samudhyatha”
tells us that Devi arose from the fire of knowledge to help devas in their task (war against asuras –BHANDASURA). From the nama- Udhyath bhanu sahasraba till sinjanamani manjeera manditha sree padambuja, all her parts like her face, fore head, eyes, mouth, tongue, voice, hands and legs have been described. Thereafter, Devi’s place (Chintamani gruham), her war against bandasura, kundalini shakti, and her properties have been described. A common image of the goddess depicts a parrot and sugarcane with her. Sugarcane represents the sweetness of her mind.
The Sri Yantra in diagrammatic form, showing how its nine interlocking triangles form a total of 43 smaller triangles.
In the Shri Vidya school of Hindu tantra, the SriYantra(“SACRED INSTRUMENT”), also SRI CHAKRA is a diagram formed by nine interlocking triangles that surround and radiate out from the central (BINDU) point. It represents the goddess in her form of Shri Lalita Or Tripura Sundari, “the beauty of the three worlds (earth, atmosphere and sky (heaven) (Bhoo, Bhuva and Swa). The worship of the Sri Chakra is central to the Shri Vidya system of Hindu worship. Four isosceles triangles with the apices upwards, representing SHIVA or the Masculine. Five isosceles triangles with the apices downward, symbolizing female embodiment SHAKTI. Thus the Sri Yantra also represents the union of Masculine and Feminine Divine. Because it is composed of nine triangles, it is known as the NAVAYONI Chakra. “These nine triangles are of various sizes and intersect with one another. In the middle is the power point (BINDU) visualizing the highest, the invisible, elusive center from which the entire figure and the cosmos expand. The triangles are enclosed by two rows of (8 and 16) petals, representing the lotus of creation and reproductive vital force. The broken lines of the outer frame denote the figure to be a sanctuary with four openings to the regions of the universe”.
Together the nine triangles are interlaced in such a way as to form 43 smaller triangles in a web symbolic of the entire cosmos or a womb symbolic of creation. Together they express ADYAITA or NON-DUALITY.
This is surrounded by a lotus of eight petals, a lotus of sixteen petals, and an earth square resembling a temple with four doors. The various deities residing in the nine layers of the Sri Yantra are described in the Devi KHADGAMALA Mantra.
The Shri Chakra is also known as the nava chakra because it can also be seen as having nine levels. “Nine” comes from” Nava” of Sanskrit. Each level corresponds to a MUDRA, a YOGINI, and a specific form of the Deity Tripura Sundari along with her mantra.
These levels starting from the outside or bottom layer are:
The Sri Chakra (called the Shri Yantra) is the symbol ofHINDU TANTRA , which is based on the HINDU PHILOSOPHY of KASHMIR SHAIVISM. The Sri Yantra is the object of devotion in Sri Vidya.
The two dimensional Sri Chakra, when it is projected into three dimensions is called a Maha Meru.
We shubhpuja perform puja of Shri VIDYA and Shri Lalita Sahasranaman to amend all your problems and make your life beautiful.
BENEFITS OF LALITA SAHASRANAMAM Lalitha Sahasranamam is so powerful that it will ensure a life free from the travails of poverty, ill health, mental stress, etc. The Lalithambigai temple in Tirumeeyachur on the Mayavaram-Tiruvarur Road is the most famous temple and one should hear the recitation here, at least once in one’s lifetime. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/ WHO IS …
SCIENCE BEHIND NAVRATRI FASTING
IMPORTANT ROLE OF NAVRATRI:-
Navratri is great festivals which also have scientific reasons ascertain the logic behind celebrating festival on certain times of the year. Every Indian festival is not just a reason to enjoy and make merry. These festivals basically enhance the energy of people spiritually and mentally by doing Fasting, Puja, Meditation, Bhajan, Yog, Sadhna and food play an important role to give positivity and spiritual powers to people.
HOW NAVRATRI PROTECTS FROM DISEASES:-
In this time our earth revolves around the Sun and completes its circle in four parts. During this time virus, germs and bacteria become very active to spread diseases. Seasonal junction spread rapidly in humans. Ayurveda divides the year into 6 distinct seasons (Ritu) of 2 months each. The dates of these Ritu are calculated on the Indian lunar calendar system.
So in this period to become hale and hearty, body needs to flush out toxins to heal heart and soul, this process is called Navratri.
During this period our body immunity is its all-time low. Eating such high energy foods can make you prone to diseases. So our body requires purification to maintain a perfect balance of good and bad in our body. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
IMPORTANCE OF FASTING DURING NAVRATRI:-
DETOX YOUR BODY BY FOOD
In Navratri certain type of for nine days detoxifies our body. Eating fruits and easy to digest food lets our digestive and immune system to prepare for the coming season. Even if you’re not fasting ,make it a point to stay away from heavy foods like meat, chicken, eggs, grains, spices etc. for these nine days. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
ALTERATIONS IN BRAIN AND IMMUNE FUNCTION PRODUCED BY MINDFULNESS MEDITATION
If you fast twice a year, you will experience that you will handle your life with more clarity and positivity. Your digestive system is put to rest during fasting. This provides you more energy to handle your life with ease. When the negative energies are lowest, you can focus better on yourself and make better choices for yourself.
This is the biggest aspect of fasting self-discipline. When you stop yourself from eating certain foods, you’re actually breaking a pattern which you’ve been following all year round. This way you can learn how to keep yourself in discipline for your own good. By taking control of your mind, you can get rid of the 10 evils of your life. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
SHUBHPUJA helps you to get rid of all evils of your life. We perform all puja to enhance your positivity and heal your all sort of problems. https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
SCIENCE BEHIND NAVRATRI FASTING IMPORTANT ROLE OF NAVRATRI:- Navratri is great festivals which also have scientific reasons ascertain the logic behind celebrating festival on certain times of the year. Every Indian festival is not just a reason to enjoy and make merry. These festivals basically enhance the energy of people spiritually and mentally by doing …
NAVRATRI PUJA 2021
13 April 2021 – 21 April 2021
Navratri is a major festival celebrated by Hindu community in the honour of the divine feminine. It is a festival comes after Holi. Goddess MAA DURGA blessed her devotees for 9 days by her Divine Powers. According to Hindu Mythology and Hindu calendar Navratri happens four times in a year. People know about only two Navratri one is “Shardiye Navratr”i and another is “Chaitra Navratri”. Actually people are more aware about “Pragat Navratri”, very few people aware about “Gupt Navratri”. Today we will tell you about all four Navratri which play an important role to enhance our stamina, energy, health and wealth.
Four Navratri Discription:-
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GUPT NAVRATRI AND PARTYAKSH NAVRATRI:-
We get all information and description of all four Navratri’s in the divine book “DEVI BHAGWAT” and other religious books. All four Navratri are so precious to do Puja, Sadhna and accomplishment (Siddhi) of Goddess Durga. The only difference is that Pratyaksh Navratri is done by Household and Gupt Navratri is done by Saints and Taantrik to do Siddhi of Divine powers by Goddess DURGA. Gupt Navratri especially for achievements of ten Mahavidhya by doing Puja, Bhakti and saints achieve magical powers by this period. In ancient times Gupt Navratri are very famous to complete attainment to get supernatural powers of the supreme. As time moves Chaitra Navratri and Sardiye Navratri becomes more famous to achieve materialistic goals in family life. People of India start doing fasting, puja, sadhna, siddhi in these Partyaksh Navratri. The customs and rituals observed during Chaitra Navratri are similar to the ones observed during the Shardiye Navratri. Both have same Ghatasthapna Puja Vidhi.
MEANING OF NAVRATRI AND IMPORTANCE OF NIGHT IN NAVRATRI:-
The entire festival that last for nine days devoted to the worship of Goddess DURGA, the Shakti aspect of the Powerful Supreme. The Vedas consider her to be the controlling agency of this material world of manifestations. Goddess Durga manifests herself in different forms. All the forms are absolutely divine and worshipped. Navratri means nine nights and all are dedicated to worship of MAA Durga. Navratri means “NAV AHORATRO” (Special nights). In this period we symbol of “SIDDHI”. In India our VEDIC RISHI gives more importance to nights for worship in comparison of Day. This is the reason it is a ritual that we celebrated all festivals like Diwali, Holi, Shivratri and Navratri etc. at night. It shows the real importance of Sadhna, Siddhi of divine worship at night. The first three days of Navratri are dedicated to Goddess Durga, the next three to Goddess Laxmi and the last three to Goddess Saraswati worshipped all nine different forms of Goddess Durga by Puja, Archan and Yagye.
DAY 1: Goddess Shailputri Maa: 13 April 2021, Tuesday
DAY 2: Goddess Bhramcharini Maa: 14 April 2021, Wednesday
DAY 3: Goddess Chanderghanta Maa: 15 April 2021, Thursday
DAY 4: Goddess Kushmanda Maa: 16 April 2021, Friday
DAY 5: Goddess Skandmata Maa: 17 April 2021, Saturday
DAY 6: Goddess Katyayani Maa: 18 April 2021, Sunday
DAY 7: Goddess Kaalratri Maa: 19 April 2021, Monday
DAY 8: Goddess Mahagauri Maa: 20 April 2021, Tuesday
DAY 9: Goddess Siddhidatri Maa: 21 April 2021, Wednesday
DAY 9: RAMA NAVMI FESTIVAL. It is the last day of Navratri to open fasting by doing Puja of small girls called KANJAK. In India they first offer special Indian food like PURI, KAALE CHANE and HALWA to Kanjak and after that offer them Chunri, fruits, fresh coconut pieces and DAKSHINA (rupee). After Kanjak puja others take same meal and Prasad which they offered to Kanjak and open their fasting. Shubhpuja at its centre performs Shatchandi Paath Puja every Navratri. Details in link https://shubhpuja.com/full-navratri-path-puja/
“Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu, Shakti Rupen Sansitha,
Namastasyai, Namastasyai, Namastasyai Namo Namha”
JAI MATA DI
NAVRATRI PUJA 2021 13 April 2021 – 21 April 2021 Navratri is a major festival celebrated by Hindu community in the honour of the divine feminine. It is a festival comes after Holi. Goddess MAA DURGA blessed her devotees for 9 days by her Divine Powers. According to Hindu Mythology and Hindu calendar Navratri happens …
The daily update of the planetary positions as per time, place and circumstances. The planet transit chart is as per 5:30 am, New Delhi.
The daily update of the planetary positions as per time, place and circumstances. The planet transit chart is as per 5:30 am, New Delhi.
The daily update of the planetary positions as per time, place and circumstances. The planet transit chart is as per 5:30 am, New Delhi.