This pooja is dedicated to Lord Ganesh. Lord Ganesh is the God of good fortune, knowledge and wisdom. He is also called the “Vighanharta”, meaning destroyer of obstacles. Atharvasirsha Ganesh Puja or Paath is considered very powerful and beneficial to devotees.Lord Ganesh is a creator, preserver and the destroyer, and by this Puja devotees get his blessing for the success in their life, prosperity and good fortune.
Shivaratri Pooja has been given tremendous significance in Hindu mythology. It is said that ritual worship of Lord Shiva on a Shivaratri day pleases Lord Shiva the most. Devotees further believe that by pleasing Lord Shankara on the auspicious Shivaratri day, a person is absolved of past sins and is blessed with Moksha or salvation.
Bhagwat Katha Pooja
The Shrimad Bhagwat is one of the most sacred books of the Hindus. It gives a tremendous insight, a profound vision, and an entirely new perspective to the person who hears the narrative. On hearing, a person is never the same. There is a complete metamorphosis, a complete transformation, literally a new birth. Atman (soul) by it’s own nature is sovereign – it cannot by nature be bound.
Puja is a sacred practice that Hindu people perform on different occasions to worship, pray or show respect to their deities. Homa(YAGYA) is an ancient Hindu ritual performed to invoke Agni, the God of fire, by offering Ghee (clarified butter) and other sacrificial offerings. As Havih means Ghee and Havisha means offering and Yagya means sacrifice, Homa is also called Havan and Yagya. After performing the Pooja, a fire is lit in a Homakunda.