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Masikam/మాసికం ( ఒక భోక్త/ One Bhoktha)

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Pooja Samagri Only

We use this pooja for bookings where only samagri is required and no poojari is needed

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కేదారేశ్వర వ్రతం / Kedareswara Vratham

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Samvathsarikam/సంవత్సరీకం

This puja procedure is performed exactly 1 year after the person departs and only performed during the 1st year. From 2nd year onwards Aabdhikam is performed.

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Aabhdhikam/ అభ్ధికం ( ముగ్గురు భోక్తలు/ Three Bhotha)

Every year on the 'tidhi' when our ancestor has passed away, this puja is to be performed. This is a very very important ritual and it helps us repay back the 'pitru runam' and in turn ensures good health and prosperity for our next generations.

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Chandi Homam/చండి హోమం

Chandi is a primordial energy which is responsible for the creation, maintenance and destruction of our universe. She is the sum total of the energies of all beings of this universe. Chandi Homam performed to goddess is an effective tool in Kali yuga. It helps the person overcome difficult situations and rise towards eeshwara saadhana overcoming internal and external forces and obstacles

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Samvathsarikam (యజుర్వేదులు/Yajurvedulu)

This puja procedure is performed exactly 1 year after the person departs (as per tidhi) and the entire procedure lasts for 3 days in total. The Pujari & Venue cost 56500Rs is to be paid additionally and includes all of the following: 1) Entire procedure as per shastras is followed for all the three days including charges for brahmins and bhoktas 2) Venue rent for all the three days. The entire floor in an independent house and peaceful location in Hyderabad is booked for the event 2) All dasa danaalu including praytaksha Govu-Daanam 3) Food for 3 bhoktas all three days and for 2 family members (total 5 members per day) 4) Extra per person - Charges 350Rs per head (on day 1 & 3) 5) Extra per person - Charges 450Rs per head (on day2) - cooking is performed in two sets, one for family and one for guests (Please mention in special notes, how many people are expected for bhojana on day1 and day2 and day3 separately & any other special requirements in menu etc.)

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Aabhdhikam/ఆబ్ధికం (ఒక భోక్త /One Bhoktha )

Every year on the 'tidhi' when our ancestor has passed away, this puja is to be performed. This is a very very important ritual and it helps us repay back the 'pitru runam' and in turn ensures good health and prosperity for our next generations.

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Masikam/మాసికం

Once the departed soul joins the pitru lokas, the earthly family members perform monthly rites called 'Masika' during the 1st year

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గుమ్మం పూజ / Gummam pooja

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వాస్తు పూజ / Vasthu Pooja

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నారాయణ బలి / NARAYANA BALI

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వివాహ నిశ్చయతాంబూల/ Marriage Engagement

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Aarogya Pasupatha Parayanam And Homam

ఆరోగ్య పాశుపత పారాయణం మరియు హోమం / Aarogya Pasupatha Parayanam And Homam

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Navagraha Homam

The term Navagraha denotes the nine celestial bodies that form the base for astrological calculations. Nava means 'Nine' and Graha means 'energy', 'force' or 'controller' so Navagraha Pooja is a prayer (ritual) performed to energies according to the nine forces. These nine devatas govern important aspects in our life that make us experience joy or sadness based on our karma. The real goal of any navagraha puja or astrology related pujas is to come out of problems that are really bothering us and to ultimately start our journey towards eeshwara so that we won't need such pujas in the future If you are advised to perform this homam or any other astrological related shanti, japa etc. and if you are not sure whether you need to, do speak to us. Our pujaris will analyse and advice you if you really need this puja OR if you can solve your issue in other ways, which only require your investment of time and shraddha.

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Satyanarayana Vratam

Sri Satyanarayana Pooja Vrat is performed with the sankalpam (resolve) to Lord Vishnu in the form of Sri Satya Narayana Swamy, seeking his benevolence to remove all the Obstacles and negative Forces and lead to victory or success in all the endeavours. Sri Satyanarayana Vrata is performed with puja offerings and satyanarayana katha is recited. This vrata is also observed after important events like gruhapravesha, the beginning of new ventures, marriage, or after the successful completion of major events.

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Maha Mryutyunjaya Homam

Maha Mrityunjaya Homam is performed by devotees to prevent premature deaths. The homam is dedicated to Lord Shiva in the form of mrityunjaya who blesses the devotee with long life. The significance of this Maha Mrityunjaya Homam is that it has been passed on to us via work done by Markandeya maharshi and several others, giving an opportunity for humans to win over untimely or unripe death or any physical illness. The purpose of extending one's life or to get blessed with health is to further one's spiritual pursuit while also fulfilling worldy duties. When people with such an inner intention perform the puja, Shiva overwrites any karmic balance to grant the devotee with the extra life span. Children or shishyas also perform these pujas for their elders or guri, since they wish them to be alive in the current upadhi and continue to guide them

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Ayushya Homam

Ayushya means lifespan in Sanskrit. Ayush homam is the worship of Ayur Devatha (God of life). By performing this ayush homam, one is blessed with good health and long life. As mentioned in Bodhayana sutras, if a child is falling ill often, this homam could be performed regularly until the child gets better

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Sudarshana Homam

The fire ritual ceremony of Sudarshana Homam is performed to seek the benevolence of Lord Vishnu through his possession of Sudarshana, in the form of deity with 16 hands. “Su” means the right. “Darshana: means vision. When Lord Sudarshan is invoked with prayers, it sets out to fulfil the Ishtakaamya of the devotee. This Homam holds the power to remove malefic effects of evil spirits, troubles caused by enemies and witchcraft. It needs to be performed with shraddha and under the guidance of an able pujari who has strong vishnu upasana. This puja is at times, performed for protection from evil eyes, dark malefic forces, and for success in business, work and life.

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Shop/ Office/ Company Opening

Puja performed before officially launching or opening a new business / shop / corporate.

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Aabhdhikam (యజుర్వేదులు/Yajurvedulu)

Every year on the 'tidhi' when our ancestor has passed away, this puja is to be performed. This is a very very important ritual and it helps us repay back the 'pitru runam' and in turn ensures good health and prosperity for our next generations.

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Rudrabhishekam (Eka rudram)

Rudras are the energies that have originated from Lord Shiva and control several aspects within our body. There are a total of eleven prominent Rudras that govern the pranas and upapranas which are worshipped in Rudrabhishekam The puja procedure given below is for Eka rudram (one recitation of namakam and chamakam) with regular offerings to the Shiva lingam such as panchamrutham. Depending on the purpose and wish, the repetitions can vary. Our pujari will accordingly make changes based on your requirement, after we receive your booking submission

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Ganapati Homam

A certain amsha / energy of Ganapati is worshipped through this homam. Ganapati combines the energy of Shiva and Parvati. Through the peacefulness of Shiva and the creative power of Parvati, and with his enormous intelligence removes all the obstacles from our path.

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Aksharabhyasam

Puja to mark the beginning of education and to seek blessings of Ganesha and Saraswathi devi.

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Varalakshmi Vratham

The Varalakshmi Vratham is primarily performed by married women (Sumangali), for their own well-being, and in order to ask the goddess to bless their husbands with health and longevity. However, there is a much more deeper meaning and purpose for these vrathas. Vratha and truthfulness are a part of Ashtanga yoga. They act like external support systems which support our inward journey to achieve a balanced state of mind. Each Vratha refines a certain aspect of our personality and Varalakshmi Vratha focusses on building a naturally unconditional helpful nature.

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Upanayanam

Upanayanam, lit. 'initiation') is a Hindu educational sacrament, one of the traditional saṃskaras or rites of passage that marked the acceptance of a student by a preceptor, such as a guru or acharya, and an individual's initiation into a school in Hinduism

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Saraswathi Homam

Saraswathi homam is performed for the Goddess Saraswati. She is the deity of Wisdom, Knowledge, and Intelligence. This homam is uniquely done for the students to invoke the blessing of Goddess Saraswati to improve their academic ranking and to boost their career life

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Shankusthapana (Bhumi pooja)

Bhumi pooja is performed to seek the blessings and permission of Goddess Bhoomi or earth and Vastu Purush (the deity of directions), before beginning the construction of a new house / place of business etc. The five elements of nature are also worshipped during the bhumi puja

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Gruhapravesham

Gruhapravesha puja is designed to make a home’s space / environment conducive for the people living in it and to help them move towards their wellbeing. This puja is a culmination of several branches of scriptures/ shastras, and is intended for balancing out any vaastu doshas, and imbalances in the five basic elements and the eight directions.

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Naamakaranam

A puja to help name the baby most appropriately, in the presence of vedic mantras and a guru's blessing. This is one of the sixteen vedic samskaras in Sanatana Dharma

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Lakshmi Kubera Homam

The Lakshmi Kubera Homam is usually performed by the devotees to get blessed with luxuries, financial growth, and success with the benevolence of Goddess Lakshmi and lord of wealth Kubera. This homam impacts us to improve and overcome financial hindrances which block the flow of wealth.

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Navagraha Homam

The term Navagraha denotes the nine celestial bodies that form the base for astrological calculations. Nava means 'Nine' and Graha means 'energy', 'force' or 'controller' so Navagraha Pooja is a prayer (ritual) performed to energies according to the nine forces. These nine devatas govern important aspects in our life that make us experience joy or sadness based on our karma. The real goal of any navagraha puja or astrology related pujas is to come out of problems that are really bothering us and to ultimately start our journey towards eeshwara so that we won't need such pujas in the future If you are advised to perform this homam or any other astrological related shanti, japa etc. and if you are not sure whether you need to, do speak to us. Our pujaris will analyse and advice you if you really need this puja OR if you can solve your issue in other ways, which only require your investment of time and shraddha.

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Sudarshana Homam

The fire ritual ceremony of Sudarshana Homam is performed to seek the benevolence of Lord Vishnu through his possession of Sudarshana, in the form of deity with 16 hands. “Su” means the right. “Darshana: means vision. When Lord Sudarshan is invoked with prayers, it sets out to fulfil the Ishtakaamya of the devotee. This Homam holds the power to remove malefic effects of evil spirits, troubles caused by enemies and witchcraft. It needs to be performed with shraddha and under the guidance of an able pujari who has strong vishnu upasana. This puja is at times, performed for protection from evil eyes, dark malefic forces, and for success in business, work and life.

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Ganapati Homam

A certain amsha / energy of Ganapati is worshipped through this homam. Ganapati combines the energy of Shiva and Parvati. Through the peacefulness of Shiva and the creative power of Parvati, and with his enormous intelligence removes all the obstacles from our path.

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Rudrabhishekam (Eka rudram)

Rudras are the energies that have originated from Lord Shiva and control several aspects within our body. There are a total of eleven prominent Rudras that govern the pranas and upapranas which are worshipped in Rudrabhishekam The puja procedure given below is for Eka rudram (one recitation of namakam and chamakam) with regular offerings to the Shiva lingam such as panchamrutham. Depending on the purpose and wish, the repetitions can vary. Our pujari will accordingly make changes based on your requirement, after we receive your booking submission

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Ayushya Homam

Ayushya means lifespan in Sanskrit. Ayush homam is the worship of Ayur Devatha (God of life). By performing this ayush homam, one is blessed with good health and long life. As mentioned in Bodhayana sutras, if a child is falling ill often, this homam could be performed regularly until the child gets better

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Satyanarayana Vratam

Sri Satyanarayana Pooja Vrat is performed with the sankalpam (resolve) to Lord Vishnu in the form of Sri Satya Narayana Swamy, seeking his benevolence to remove all the Obstacles and negative Forces and lead to victory or success in all the endeavours. Sri Satyanarayana Vrata is performed with puja offerings and satyanarayana katha is recited. This vrata is also observed after important events like gruhapravesha, the beginning of new ventures, marriage, or after the successful completion of major events.

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Lakshmi Kubera Homam

The Lakshmi Kubera Homam is usually performed by the devotees to get blessed with luxuries, financial growth, and success with the benevolence of Goddess Lakshmi and lord of wealth Kubera. This homam impacts us to improve and overcome financial hindrances which block the flow of wealth.

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Navagraha Homam

The term Navagraha denotes the nine celestial bodies that form the base for astrological calculations. Nava means 'Nine' and Graha means 'energy', 'force' or 'controller' so Navagraha Pooja is a prayer (ritual) performed to energies according to the nine forces. These nine devatas govern important aspects in our life that make us experience joy or sadness based on our karma. The real goal of any navagraha puja or astrology related pujas is to come out of problems that are really bothering us and to ultimately start our journey towards eeshwara so that we won't need such pujas in the future If you are advised to perform this homam or any other astrological related shanti, japa etc. and if you are not sure whether you need to, do speak to us. Our pujaris will analyse and advice you if you really need this puja OR if you can solve your issue in other ways, which only require your investment of time and shraddha.

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Naamakaranam

A puja to help name the baby most appropriately, in the presence of vedic mantras and a guru's blessing. This is one of the sixteen vedic samskaras in Sanatana Dharma

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Aksharabhyasam

Puja to mark the beginning of education and to seek blessings of Ganesha and Saraswathi devi.

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Gruhapravesham

Gruhapravesha puja is designed to make a home’s space / environment conducive for the people living in it and to help them move towards their wellbeing. This puja is a culmination of several branches of scriptures/ shastras, and is intended for balancing out any vaastu doshas, and imbalances in the five basic elements and the eight directions.

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Ganapati Homam

A certain amsha / energy of Ganapati is worshipped through this homam. Ganapati combines the energy of Shiva and Parvati. Through the peacefulness of Shiva and the creative power of Parvati, and with his enormous intelligence removes all the obstacles from our path.

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Satyanarayana Vratam

Sri Satyanarayana Pooja Vrat is performed with the sankalpam (resolve) to Lord Vishnu in the form of Sri Satya Narayana Swamy, seeking his benevolence to remove all the Obstacles and negative Forces and lead to victory or success in all the endeavours. Sri Satyanarayana Vrata is performed with puja offerings and satyanarayana katha is recited. This vrata is also observed after important events like gruhapravesha, the beginning of new ventures, marriage, or after the successful completion of major events.

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Upanayanam

Upanayanam, lit. 'initiation') is a Hindu educational sacrament, one of the traditional saṃskaras or rites of passage that marked the acceptance of a student by a preceptor, such as a guru or acharya, and an individual's initiation into a school in Hinduism

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Shankusthapana (Bhumi pooja)

Bhumi pooja is performed to seek the blessings and permission of Goddess Bhoomi or earth and Vastu Purush (the deity of directions), before beginning the construction of a new house / place of business etc. The five elements of nature are also worshipped during the bhumi puja

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Ganapati Homam

A certain amsha / energy of Ganapati is worshipped through this homam. Ganapati combines the energy of Shiva and Parvati. Through the peacefulness of Shiva and the creative power of Parvati, and with his enormous intelligence removes all the obstacles from our path.

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Saraswathi Homam

Saraswathi homam is performed for the Goddess Saraswati. She is the deity of Wisdom, Knowledge, and Intelligence. This homam is uniquely done for the students to invoke the blessing of Goddess Saraswati to improve their academic ranking and to boost their career life

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Lakshmi Kubera Homam

The Lakshmi Kubera Homam is usually performed by the devotees to get blessed with luxuries, financial growth, and success with the benevolence of Goddess Lakshmi and lord of wealth Kubera. This homam impacts us to improve and overcome financial hindrances which block the flow of wealth.

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Maha Mryutyunjaya Homam

Maha Mrityunjaya Homam is performed by devotees to prevent premature deaths. The homam is dedicated to Lord Shiva in the form of mrityunjaya who blesses the devotee with long life. The significance of this Maha Mrityunjaya Homam is that it has been passed on to us via work done by Markandeya maharshi and several others, giving an opportunity for humans to win over untimely or unripe death or any physical illness. The purpose of extending one's life or to get blessed with health is to further one's spiritual pursuit while also fulfilling worldy duties. When people with such an inner intention perform the puja, Shiva overwrites any karmic balance to grant the devotee with the extra life span. Children or shishyas also perform these pujas for their elders or guri, since they wish them to be alive in the current upadhi and continue to guide them

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Ayushya Homam

Ayushya means lifespan in Sanskrit. Ayush homam is the worship of Ayur Devatha (God of life). By performing this ayush homam, one is blessed with good health and long life. As mentioned in Bodhayana sutras, if a child is falling ill often, this homam could be performed regularly until the child gets better

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Satyanarayana Vratam

Sri Satyanarayana Pooja Vrat is performed with the sankalpam (resolve) to Lord Vishnu in the form of Sri Satya Narayana Swamy, seeking his benevolence to remove all the Obstacles and negative Forces and lead to victory or success in all the endeavours. Sri Satyanarayana Vrata is performed with puja offerings and satyanarayana katha is recited. This vrata is also observed after important events like gruhapravesha, the beginning of new ventures, marriage, or after the successful completion of major events.

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Varalakshmi Vratham

The Varalakshmi Vratham is primarily performed by married women (Sumangali), for their own well-being, and in order to ask the goddess to bless their husbands with health and longevity. However, there is a much more deeper meaning and purpose for these vrathas. Vratha and truthfulness are a part of Ashtanga yoga. They act like external support systems which support our inward journey to achieve a balanced state of mind. Each Vratha refines a certain aspect of our personality and Varalakshmi Vratha focusses on building a naturally unconditional helpful nature.

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