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]
Manthra Pushpam, is recited, at the conclusion of all major prayers, poojas and rituals. The Mantra Pushpam is given in the Yajurveda, Taittriya Aaranyakam.
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]