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Bhanu Saptami Pooja

India's only one Suryapradhan in the temple shree Navagrah Bhanu festival is celebrated on September 04, 2011 Saptami. When a day Saptami comes on Sunday then it is called Saptami Bhanu. The principal temple is the Sun because the sun is the king of planets and established in the middle of the planet. On this festival when the ray of the sun is comes on the surya yantra then perform the surya dev mahabhishek. Speaking on this occasion was special Punydaik worship and is defect prevention. In the worship of government is going to be barriers. Vyvaswatha Saptami is also celebrated as Bhanu Saptami. Bhanu means the Sun God. Bhanu Saptami is the most auspicious Saptami day among all Saptamis. On Bhanu Saptami day, people worship the Sun God or Surya Bhagawan. Reciting Aditya Hridayam and any other Surya stotras will keep devotees health fit forever.

Purnima Pooja

Poornima is an auspicious day in Hinduism. Poornima is the full moon day and many important rituals and festivals takes place on full moon day. In South India, the day is known as Pournami. Upvaas (Fasting) is observed on this day by some people. The Purnima Fasting begins at Sunrise and ends after sighting the Moon. Most people only take food after seeing the moon or after evening Pooja. In some places in South India, the Pournami Vratam is dedicated to Devi, Mother Goddess. Special Poojas are performed in temples on Poornima day including the Pournami Pooja. Satyanarayana or Satya Narayana Puja is another important Pooja performed on the Purnima day.

Makar Sankranti Puja

Makar Sankranti is Great Festival of Navgrah temple. Sun is the king of the planets and great festival it is associated with the sun god. As the started of New Year, in the month of January this festival is celebrated with fanfare and heartiest devotions. On this great festival at the temple sits the Navgrah Adhishtatri and Shri Ashtak Mahavidya Baglamukhi Devi, including the king of planets shree Suryadev is held Mahasrringar, Mahabhisek and Mahapujan in Bramhmuhurt then morning and evening is held mahaaarti. Here an event special "shree Satyanarayan katha path" is held, which is the day from sunrise to sunset. The festival time Navgraha on the "Tilgud" of the Mahabhog is put Bhavya Prasadi. On this great festival is established in the temple at mother Pitambra i.e. Baglamuki Goddess, Bramhastra, shree Surydev and shree Suryyantra including philosophy of worship Navgrah Punydaik, special Samridikark happiness, accomplishment Sarwarth supplier, and home fault is preventive. Due to the king of planets Sun this day were "Suryadan" the entire planet from the impact of defects is low and the worship of Goddess Bagalamukhi Adhishtatri Navgrah of philosophy concerned with the whole Navgrah only from defects is a fully violation. If U are participant in this festival please subscribe.

Vasant Panchami Puja

Magh Sud 5 (5th day of the bright fortnight of the lunar month of Magh falls usually in the month of January or February) is the day of Vasant Panchami and is also celebrated as Shree Panchami or Saraswati Puja in All over the India. Saraswati's birthday - Vasant Panchami - is a Hindu festival celebrated every year on the

5th day of the bright fortnight of the lunar month of Magha. Hindus celebrate this festival with great fervor in temples, homes and educational institutes alike. Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and arts, represents the free flow of wisdom and consciousness. She is the mother of the Vedas, and chants to her, called the 'Saraswati Vandana' often begin and end Vedic lessons. The learned and the erudite attach greater importance to the worship of goddess Saraswati. As a practice, only educated people worship her for knowledge and wisdom. They believe that only Saraswati can grant them 'moksha' - the final liberation of the soul.

Naag Panchami Puja

Nag Panchami is an important all-India festival and is celebrated on the fifth day of the moonlit-fortnight in the month of Shravan (July /August). In this Year Nag Panchami on 4 August 2011.The prominent Cobra snakes mentioned in the Puranas 9 Nag are Anant, Vasuki, Shesh, Padma, Kanwal, Karkotak, Kalia, Aswatar, Takshak, Sankhpal, Dhritarashtra and Pingal. Some historians state that these were not snakes but Naga Kings of various regions with immerse power. This festival is celebrated on Shravan Shukla Panchami. On this NagPanchami festival's many devotees in the temple established 600 year old of Shri Snake Temple from the morning - to come and worship full day Abhishek deeds are made. Abhishek after Nagdev deeds of super-rich make-up is done and the evening program is Mahaarti. A Special Puja for Kaal Sarpa Dosh Nivaran on this day. please confirm your order now for 04 Aug 2011. naag panchami puja, naag panchami pooja, naag panchami 2011, nag panchami, nag panchami festival, nag panchami 2011

Ram Navami Puja

It is said that Rama fulfills the wishes of all those who pray to him on this day The festival is a focal point for moral reflection and being especially

charitable to others.On this year 12 April 2011. We celebrate Ram Navami.This day of Birth DAy of Lord Ram. It is said that Rama fulfills the wishes of all those who pray to him on this day The festival is a focal point for moral reflection and being especially charitable to others.

Shravan Mas Shiv Puja

Shravan month, or Shravana Mas, is one of the holiest Hindu months. Sravan Mas is Hindi month is filled with various festivals and auspicious days. The most famous is the Mondays in Shravan month which is dedicated to Lord Shiva and many people observe the famous Somvar Vrat. The Shravan Month in traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India in 2011 begins on July 15 and ends on August 13.And for South Indian it will take till 29 August 2011. Shravan month is considered highly auspicious and is referred as one of the holiest months in Hindi Calendar. Under this Sravan Mas we do lord Shiva Abhishek Puja or Rudra Abhishek for every Monday or whole month. Mostly devotees do Lagu Rudrabhishek or MahaRudrabhishek. Lord Shiva represents the aspect of the supreme being and is considered to be the destroyer of all evil and negative forces. He protects devotees from evil forces & possible dangers. Shravan Mas, Shravan Mas 2011, Shravan Mas Shiv Puja, shravan maas 2011, savan mas, sravan mas shiva Pooja, shiva puja in sravan month, shravan maas rudrabhishek puja, rudra puja in srawan month, shrawan mas 2011

Ratha Saptami Puja

Ratha Saptami is an important Hindu festival associated with Lord Surya (Sun God). Lord Surya riding a chariot driven by seven horses is

worshipped on this day. It is also known as Magh Saptami or Magha Saptami, Jayanti or Jaya Saptami, Surya Jayanti and Maha Saptami.

Akshaya Tritiya Puja

Akshay Tritiya or Akshaya Tritiya is one of the most auspicious days for Hindus. Akshay Tritiya 2011 date is May 6th. Akshay Tritiya is celebrated on the third day of the first half of the Hindu month of Vaishakha (Vaishakha Shudda Tritiya or Thadiya). As per the Hindu traditions and culture, Akshay Tritiya is considered as the most significant day to perform sacred deeds (Punya Karya). In Sanskrit, the meaning of Akshay is never diminishing. As the meaning says, on the day of Akshay Tritiya people never feel the dearth of happiness or bliss. According to the Hindu Astrology, especially in terms of Muhurtas, Akshaya Tritiya is considered as one of the three most auspicious Muhurtas (SadeTeen Muhurat). One is the first thithi of the Chaitra Month (Ugadi Day), second is the tenth thithi of the Lunar month Ashwin or Aswayuja masam (Vijaya Dashami Day) and the third one is the third thithi of Vaishakha masa, the Akshaya Tirtiya Day. It is also referred as Unboojha Muhurat.

Pradosha Vratham Puja

Pradosha Vrat Puja is an auspicious day devoted to Lord Shiva. It falls on the 3 day of every lunar fortnight in traditional Hindu calendar. Shiva devotees fast from sunrise to sunset and important rituals and pujas are held during the twilight period. Pradosh vrit means the dusk of the early night or evening tide. The best time to worship of Lord Shiva is the sun sets and the night approaches. According to Skanda Purana, this Pradosh Puja is particularly auspicious. An excellent opportunity to seek long life (deergha aus), success, health, peace (shanti & prosperity (pushti) from Siva & Parvati.

Hartalika Teej Pooja

Hartalika Teej (Bhadrapada Shukla Tritiya) is celebrated on the 3rd day (tritiya tithi) of the Bhadrapada month. Lord Shiva and Goddess Paravati (Gauri - Shankar) are worshipped this day. On this day, women keep fast for the long life of their husband similar to Karvachauth. Girls also keep fast on this day for getting a good husband. In this year 2011, Hartalika Teej will be celebrated on 31 August. Hartalika Teej Pooja, Hartalika Teej, hartalika pooja, Hartalika Teej 2011, hartalika teej vrat,hartalika teej katha

Pradosha Vratham Puja

Pradosha Vrat Puja is an auspicious day devoted to Lord Shiva. It falls on the 3 day of every lunar fortnight in traditional Hindu calendar. Shiva devotees fast from sunrise to sunset and important rituals and pujas are held during the twilight period. Pradosh vrit means the dusk of the early night or evening tide. The best time to worship of Lord Shiva is the sun sets and the night approaches. According to Skanda Purana, this Pradosh Puja is particularly auspicious. An excellent opportunity to seek long life (deergha aus), success, health, peace (shanti & prosperity (pushti) from Siva & Parvati.

Shani Pradosh Puja


Shani Pradosh Puja is dedicated to lord Shiva. Shani Pradosh is the Pradosh vrat falling on Saturday (Shanivar). Saturday is dedicated to Shani dev, one of the Navgrah. Shani Dev is help to keeping the harmful effects of Shani. Shani Pradosh falls on the

13th day (during the shining and fading phase of moon) in a conventional Hindu lunar calendar. It is believed that Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are in playful mood during this period and therefore they will readily fulfill the wishes of the devotees. It is believed that person under the bad influence of Shani can flee it by praying to Shiva on the day.

Chaitra Navratri Puja


The starting of summer and winter season are two very important junctions of climatic. These two periods are taken as blessed opportunities for the worship of the Divine Mother. In Sanskrit language the word Navratri exactly means nine nights; Nava meaning Nine and Ratri means nights. During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Shakti are worshipped. Rishi Markandey that the first incarnation of Shakti was as Shailputri. Other incarnations of the Divine Mother are: Brahmchari, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri in that order. In 2012 Chaitra Navaratri date is March 23, 2012 to April 01, 2011. The festival of Vasanth / Chaitra Navratri (9 nights) begins on the first day of Ashwani of the bright fortnight. In the Navratri festival we are worship three days each devoted of Maa Durga, the Goddess of Valor, Ma Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth and Maa Saraswati, the Goddess of Knowledge. During the festival of Navratri (nav = nine and ratri = nights), feasting and fasting take preference over all normal daily activities amongst the Hindus. On the 8th and 9th days of Navratri, Goddess Durga, Vijay ashtami and Maha Navami are worshipped.

Shri Krishna Janmashtami Puja

Krishna Janmashtami, also known as "Krishnashtami","Saatam Aatham" ,"Gokulashtami", "Ashtami Rohini", "Srikrishna Jayanti", "Sree Jayanthi" or sometimes merely as "Janmashtami", is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Krishna, svayam bhagavan. Krishna Janmashtami is observed on the eighth day of the dark half (Krishna Paksha) of the month of Shraavana in the Hindu calendar, when the Rohini Nakshatram is ascendent. The Hindu calendar being lunar, these two events the day being the eighth of the waning moon (Krishna-paksha Ashtami) and the Rohini Nakshatram being ascendent may overlap for only a few hours. Sri Krishna Jayanti or Sri Krishna Janmashtami is the birthday of Lord Krishna. It is also referred as Gokulashtami or Krishnaashtami or Sri Jayanti. Like the numerous names of the festival, Sri Krishna Jayanti is celebrated by different Hindu sects on two different days. In 2011, Sri Krishna Jayanti is celebrated on August 21 and August 22. The true significance of Sri Krishna is that he is relevant in the present and even more relevant for the future. Shri Krishna Janmashtami Puja, Shri Krishna Janmashtami, Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2011, krishna janmashtami, sri krishna janmashtami, krishna janmashtami 2011, sri krishna janmashtami 2011

Navratri Pooja

Navratri literally means "nine nights." Navratri is celebrated twice a year, once at the beginning of the New Samvatsar (Hindu New year) in Summers and again at the onset of winter. Navratri or Navratra are therefore known as Chaitra Navratra and Shaardey Navratra on the basis of their occurrence. These nights are devoted to the reverence of Goddess Durga (Maa Durga) who exists in many forms and is the manifestation of the absolute energy that pervades the Universe. During these days and nights prayers are offered to Mother Goddess.To celebrate a good harvest and to propitiate the nine planets, women also plant nine different kinds of food grain seeds in small containers during these nine days and then offer the young saplings to the goddess.The 9 nights festival of Navratri begins on the first day of Ashwina of the bright fortnight. Seeds are sown, sprouting is watched, the planets are consecrated, and on the 8th and 9th days, Goddess Durga, Vijay-ashtami and

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Shani Amavasya puja

Shree Saturn Amavasya festival is held of Kartik Krishna Amavasya in the temple Navagrah.Shani Amavasya is the Amavasya day that falls on a shanivar or Saturday. Some Hindu communities consider Amavasya as inauspicious day and the Amavasya that falls on Saturday is even more inauspicious day. But the Hindu communities that follow Sauramana Calendar (Solar Calendar) consider Amavasya as auspicious. They worship Lord Shani, who is the supreme God in ones fortune, on the day of Shani Amavasya. In 2011 on 30 July and 24 December Saturday. Shani is called as Sanaischara, Shanishwara, Chaya Putra etc. On this ospicious day we are organizing a megha event. We will do Shani Dev Abhishekam and Shani Shanti Yagya. If you would like to Remove Shani Dosh, evil of Shani Sadesati, MahaDasha etc then you must not drop this opportunity. Shani Amavasya puja, Saturn Amavasya, Shani Amavsya, shani Amavatsya, Shani Amavasya 2011, Shani Puja, Shani Shanti Puja, Shani Shanti Remedies

Maha Shivratri Pooja

This festival is celebrated to Phalguna Krishna Chaturdashi. Shiva Purana further says that performing abhisheka of Shiva Linga with six different dravyas including milk, yoghurt, honey, ghee, sugar and water while chanting Sri

Rudram, Chamakam. Milk is for the blessing of purity and piousness. Yogurt is for prosperity and progeny. Honey is for sweet speech. Ghee is for victory. Sugar is for happiness. Water is for purity. Performing Maha Shivaratri Pooja Following the method prescribed in Shiva Purana For MahaShivaratri, priests perform ritual puja of Shiva Linga every three hours all through the day and night of Shivaratri Festival. During this pooja, chants of Om Namah Shivaya and sounds of bells reverberate in the temple. Following the bath with milk, yoghurt, honey, ghee, sugar and water that helps in the purification of the soul a vermilion paste is applied on the Linga as it represents virtue. These six items form an indispensable part of Shivaratri, be it a simple ceremony at home or grand temple worship

Shardiya Navratri Pooja

This festival is celebrated to Ashwin Shukla. The party set up in the temple of Pitambara means Mother Goddess Baglamukhi morning makeup is done by the anointing. Durga Navratri is the most celebrated festive season for Hindus. Nine auspicious days dedicated to Goddess Durga (Mother Goddess) are observed as Durga Navaratri. In 2011, Durga Navratri starts with Kalash Puja on October 8 and ends with Vijaya Dashami on 2011 October 6. Lalita Panchami, Maha Saptami, Durgashtami, Maha Navami and Vijaya Dashami are the main festivals during Saran Navaratri Pooja. The complete date of Navaratri will be28 September to 06 October 2011. Shardiya Navratri, durga navratri, navratri durga,Shardiya Navratri 2011, festival of navratri, Shardiya Navratri pooja 2011

Vasanta Chaitra Navaratri 2011 Pooja

Chaitra Navratri, also popular as Chait Navratras, is the nine-day festival observed in Chaitra month. Navratri 2010 dates during Chaitra month are from March 16 to March 24. Chaitra Navratras starts on the first day in Chaitra month and ends on Sri Rama Navami, the ninth day of the month. Chaitra Navratri is also called as Vasant Navratri or Basant Navratri. This festival marks the beginning of Vasant ruthu (spring season). It is also called as Sri Rama Navratras. Sri Ram Navratri ends on Ram Navami festival. In this Navaratri We do Durga pooja and Ram Pooja too.

Guru Purnima Puja

This festival is celebrated on the full Ashadh Shukla. On this festival many devotees in the temple established Shri Panchmukhi Mahadev (Lingrup and Murthyrup) comes and worship from the philosophy of the morning and full day abhishek and karma is made by Shiva devotees. After Abhishek karma end gorgeous makeup is deeds of Shri Panchmukhi Mahadev and the evening program is done Mahaarti. After this all night is the anointing of lord Bholenath.

Sankashti Chaturthi Puja

Sakashti Chaturthi Puja or Ganesh Sankasht Chaturthi Vrata, is an auspicious day dedicated to Lord Ganesha in a Hindu lunar month. It falls on the 4th day in a Krishna Paksha lunar fortnight or on the fourth day after full moon or Purnima. Ganesha devotees observe a fast (fasting - upvaas) on Sankashta Chaturthi Vrit days. Here are the dates of Sankashti Chaturti.

Dhanteras Puja
Dhanteras marks the first day of five-days-long Diwali Festival. Dhanteras Festival, also known as Dhantrayodashi or Dhanwantari Triodasi, falls on the auspicious thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha in the Hindu month of Kartik (October/November). In the word Dhanteras, "Dhan" stands for wealth. On Dhanteras Goddess Laxmi is worshiped to provide prosperity and well being. Hence Dhan Teras holds a lot more significance for the business community. Dhanteras in 2011 on 24 October. The festival of Dhanteras is observed on the 13th day of Krishna Paksh in the month of Karthik. This is also known as Yamadeep. Dhanteras puja is performed 2 days before Diwali. Dhanteras Puja is also known as Dhanvantri Jayanti Puja. On this festival, we pray for good health and wealth for the family. We worship to God Dhanvantari for Health and Lord Kuber to Wealth.

Gudi Padwa Puja

The festival of Gudi Padwa is celebrated on the forth day of Diwali festival. Women pray for the well being of her husband and in return he presents gifts to her. The Gudi Padwa festival holds an important place in the Hindu families. On this day wife puts tikka on his forehead and performs special pooja ceremony to seek blessings of God for him. Gudi Padwa festival marks the expression of devotion, care and affection by a wife to her husband. On the festival of Gudi Padwa people invites their newly wedded daughters and son-in-laws and offer them special dishes and gifts. The festival of Gudi Padwa is falls on the first day of the Chaitra (March-April) month. It is celebrated as the New Year day by Maharashtrians. Gudi Padwa is also known as Ugadi festival in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. This festival marks the beginning of the spring season. This festival also symbolizes love and devotion between the wife and husband. On the festive, courtyards in village houses will be swept clean and plastered with fresh cow dung. Women and children work on intricate rangoli designs on their doorsteps, the vibrant colors mirroring the burst of color associated with spring. Everyone dresses up in new clothes and it is a time for family gatherings. For Farmers, this is a festival marking the end of one Harvest and the beginning of another, was a festival heralding the beginning of a New Year. In This Year on 16 March 2010

New Year Puja

New Year Puja is based on the sun's position. The New Year is a time for celebrating new and prosperous beginnings. Annual new year which is start from 1 January. On this day we do New Year pooja for 2011. By this puja you may get more positive results in new year. You may drop old problems on this day by this puja.

Rishi Panchami Puja

Rishi Panchami is falls on the fifth day of the Shukla Paksha in the in the month of August and September (Bhadra in Hindi month). In Hill district of North India and Nepal Rishi Panchami Puja is of great importance to the Hindu community. Rishi Panchami is also the final day fasting or Vrata for those who observe threeday Hartalika Teej fasting. Rishi Panchami Puja is very difficult that any other festival. The fast or vrata on Rishi Panchami is performed strictly by men and women. The date of this Year 2011 for Rishi Panchami will be on 2 September. On Rishi Panchami day, Devotees perform ritual bath in holy rivers or other water bodies. They clean their hands 108 times and the mouth also 108 times. Lord Ganesha, Navagraha (nine planetary Gods), Saptarshis (seven Sages) and Arundathi are worshipped. Woman offer the Prasad to Gods and wash her husband's feet. Then, women once more perform sacred bath. They rub the special red mud for several times on different parts of the body. They sprinkle water over head and brush the teeth for 360 times with Dantiwan, a sacred plant. With taking ritual bath once again in sacred water devotees believe blessed that their all sins are cleansed away. Rishi Panchami, Rishi Panchami 2011, Rishi Panchami katha, Rishi Panchami puja, Rishi Panchami vrat

Shiva ratri Vrata includes Shivaratri Shiva puja, Shiv ratri upavas or upavasam, and Shivaratree Jagran or Jagaran. Lord Shiva is known as Bhola Shankar or Bhakta Sulabha which means the one who is very much dedicated to his devotees. Those who worship him with their mind and heart will be blessed with happiness and prosperity. Devotees worship Shivalinga form of Lord Shiva during Shivratri.

Shivratri Puja

Karwa Chauth Pooja

The fast of Karwa Chauth is kept 9 days before Diwali. It falls on the fourth day of the Kartik month by the Hindu calendar (fourth day of the waning moon or the dark fortnight). Karwa Chauth is considered one of the most important fasts observed by the married Hindu women. On this day the women pray for the welfare and long life of their husbands. The festival is followed mainly in the northern parts of the country. Married women eat food early in the morning, before sunrise. They are not supposed to eat or even drink water during the day. In the evening the ladies listen to the Karwa Chauth Katha (the legend). The fast is over after the moonrise.