The Kalasha is viewed as an auspicious object in Hinduism he Kalasha is used as a ceremonial object as well as a decorative motif in Indian the Kalasha motif was used in decorating bases and [More]
Avahanam/ welcoming the DeityAvahanam is that stage of the Homa; wherein the Lord is formally and ritualistically invited to the premises of the Homa. Mantras are chanted to invite that particular Deity with immense dedication [More]
Pūjā or alternative transliteration Pooja, (Devanagari: पूजा) (Urdu: پوجا‎) (Sanskrit: reverence,honour, adoration, or worship) is a religious ritual performed by Hindus as an offering to various deities.
Punyahavachanam is a karma to make ourselves pure as well as the surroundings before making any vaidika karma. (Ritual Performance).
Punyahavachanam is a karma to make ourselves pure as well as the surroundings before making any vaidika karma. (Ritual Performance).
Pūjā or alternative transliteration Pooja, (Devanagari: पूजा) (Urdu: پوجا‎) (Sanskrit: reverence,honour, adoration, or worship) is a religious ritual performed by Hindus as an offering to various deities.
Avahanam/ welcoming the Deity Avahanam is that stage of the Homa; wherein the Lord is formally and ritualistically invited to the premises of the Homa. Mantras are chanted to invite that particular Deity with immense [More]