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Archetype (Deity) Pooja

Poojas to the deities is an act of showing reverence to them. The word pooja is derived from two Sanskrit words which mean ‘to purify the mind and acquire good qualities while absolving bad qualities or karma’. Performed by our qualified group of Vedic specialists, the poojas are solemnized by using the right offerings and chants to please the presiding deity. The rituals are more beneficial if correct timings are followed.


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Lord Ganesha is the chief deity of this powerful Pooja. He is considered the ‘God of Luck’ and he blesses his devotees with smooth success in all their endeavors! Shri Ganesha is remembered by all his devotees at every moment of their lives. Ganesha is the remover of all obstacles in your life. Shri Ganesha is the symbol of auspiciousness, a miraculous combination of an elephant and a human, with four hands to bless his devotees.

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Garbarakshambigai Amman is the Goddess who can bless eligible couples with the gift of progeny. The word ‘Garba’ means pregnancy, ‘Raksha’ is protection, and ‘Amman’ is Goddess. Garbarakshambigai, as her name suggests, is the guardian angel of expectant mothers. She is a supreme, divine, feminine power in a highly compassionate form, and is regarded as an aspect of Goddess Parvati, the consort of Lord Shiva.

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Saraswati is the Goddess of learning. She is an embodiment of knowledge, intelligence, and wisdom. She is the divine consort of Brahma, the God of creation and is counted as one among the three supreme Goddesses, the other 2 being Lakshmi and Parvati. Saraswati is regarded as the Goddess for all kinds of arts and sciences.

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Muruga is a unique Godhead, who is a rare combination of exceptional courage and supreme intelligence. He is the divine son of Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati and is also known as in many other names such as Subramanya, Karthikeya, Shanmuga, and Skanda, He remains as the core of all the divine energies and is believed to lead one towards spiritual evolution.

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Ashtalakshmi refers to the 8 divine forms of the Lakshmi, the supreme Goddess of wealth, fertility and fortune. Lakshmi is the divine consort of the supreme God of protection, Vishnu and the compassionate universal mother. She remains as an embodiment of prosperity and auspiciousness, while her name Lakshmi itself is said to symbolize the understanding of the real purpose of our existence.

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Vaidhyanatha Pooja - Stay Hale and Healthy Why Vaidhyanatha Pooja Vaidhyanatha Pooja will encircle you with positive vibrations and shield you against all health disorders. This powerful Pooja will be a remedy to all your illnesses. If health ailments are your worries, then this Pooja is the spiritual therapy to cure it! Vaidhyanatha

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Durga is the universal mother Goddess. She is the aggressive form of the divine Shakti and remains as a very widely worshipped divinity. The Sanskrit term ‘Durga’ means ‘the one who is incomprehensible or difficult to reach,’ and she is believed to a homogenous combine of both the gracious and terrifying aspects. Being the divine mother of all beings, she represents the infinite power of the universe and held as the symbol of the female dynamism.

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Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth. She is one among the supreme Goddesses of the Hindu pantheon and the divine consort of Vishnu, the supreme God of protection. She is the universal mother and an embodiment of compassion and is believed to represent auspiciousness, fertility, and fortune.

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Parvati is the divine Shakti, the supreme Goddess of power. She is the consort of Lord Shiva, the regenerator of the universe and its beings. She is one among the three supreme Goddesses of the Hindu pantheon and is worshipped as the universal mother. She is believed to possess many characteristics and features and is also called Urvi, the divinity of fertility, devotion, and love.

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Satyanarayana Pooja is highly popular worship dedicated to Lord Narayana. People from many parts of the country undertake this special worship for propitiating the Lord and seeking his mercy and blessings. Narayana is none other than Vishnu, the supreme God of protection, while Satya is Dharma or truth. Satyanarayana is an extremely benevolent form of the Lord, who can be easily pleased by sincere devotion and it is believed that his grace can fill a life with immense blessings.

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Runa Vimochana Pooja - An Effective Remedy to Wipe Out your Debts Why Runa Vimochana Pooja According to the ancient Siddhas, debts are of three types. They are routed to your life through money borrowed for: Spending more than what you could afford to earn or pay Balancing the losses through natural disasters like business losses or market recessions Gambling, drinking or illegitimate relationships

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The Satyanarayan Pooja is generally performed on the Full Moon day (Purnima) to invoke the blessings of Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe. It is performed to express gratitude to the Lord during times of achievements or on any other favorable occasions. Observing vrat (fasting) is considered auspicious, as it signifies dedication to the Lord.

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The Bhagavathi Seva Pooja is an ancient and powerful ceremony honoring Goddess Rajarajeswari, who is revered for prosperity, fertility, purity and abundance. The ritual is performed to cleanse the aura of negativity surrounding us and correct the destabilizing influences of the planets, thereby restoring peace and harmony in our lives.

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