Nakshatra Pooja


Nakshatra Shanti Puja

Nakshatra shanti puja is performed every year on the birth nakshtra togive protection and better results throughout the year. Nakshatra puja comprises Ayushya homa (for longevity), Mrityunjaya homa (for good health and to get rid of chronic ailments), Navagraha Dosha/graha shanti puja, Sapta Chiranjeevi Puja/homa. Chiranjeevi means the person who never dies. Ashwatthama, Bali, Vyasa, Hanumanan, Vibhisana, Parshuramasch and Kripa are called as sapta chiranjeevi. These are performed by sadhaks. Seeing nakshatra significance in our lives nakshatra puja should be conducted atleast once a year in your birth month on the day your janam nakshatra falls or every month on the day our nakshatra falls to get the maximum desired benefit.

Nakshatra Meaning

The Sanskrit word Nakshatra means "that which does not decay". A Nakshatra is one of the 27 sectors of the great circle representing the apparent annual path of the moon in the lunar planetary house system of Hindu astrology.
The 27 Nakshatras are represented as 27 equal segments of a circle, each covering 13 degrees 20 minutes. The sequence of the 27 Nakshatras begins with Ashvini Nakshatra in Mesha Rashi.
Nakshatra and their governing Rashi
Rashis Nakshatras
Ashwini, Bharani, Krittika Nakshatras
Krittika, Rohini, Mrigasira Nakshatras
Mrigasira, Ardra, Punarvasu Nakshatras
Punarvasu, Pushya, Ashlesha Nakshatras
Megha, Poorva Phalg., Uttara Phalg. Nakshatras
Uttara Phalg., Hasta, Chitra Nakshatras
Chitra, Swati, Vishakha Nakshatras
Vishakha, Anuradha, Jyestha Nakshatras
Moola, Poorvashadha, Uttarashadha Nakshatras
Uttarashadha, Sharvana, Dhanishta Nakshatras
Dhanishta, Shatabhishak, Poorvabhadra Nakshatras
Poorvabhadra, Uttarabhadra, Revati Nakshatras.

Puja's for the educational and career

Acharya Prashant Priyadarshan ji conducts the following special  puja's for the educational and career benefit for students.Universal Puja for education and career.Universal Tantrik Puja for education and career is meant for those students who cannot provide us their horoscopic details, place and time of birth. Under this  puja we conduct the following puja's:

Specific puja for education and career :

Specific Puja for education and career is meant for those students who provide us their horoscopic details i.e. date, place and time of birth. Under this tantrik puja we conduct the following puja's:
Ganesh Puja
Saraswati Puja
Budh Graha Puja
Chandra Graha Puja
Braspati Graha Puja
Hayagriva Puja
Dakshinamoorthy Puja
Nav graha Puja

Maha Dasa and Antardasa Graha Puja of the present running period as per the horoscope.
For getting the above puja's done Acharya Prashant Priyadarshan ji gets the horoscope of the individual analysed by expert team of astrologers to get the indication of the planet which is causing delay or interrupting the continuity of education.

Shri Panchamukha Hanuman Pooja

Shri Hanumanji or the devout of Shri Rama, the embodiment of strenght,valor and courage is born of our epics to inspire in us the urge to stand up to our daily challenges and face life’s hurdles, difficulties, enemies and other not-so good factors with equal mental strength and courage.
Shri Panchamukha Hanuman is one of the most important upasana deity of our Guru Parampara. Inspite of rapid strides in technology, there is a growing insecurity for the average human being, both at emotional and physical levels. Sri Panchamukha Anjaneya Swami promises this security to all devotees.
Every Face of Shri Panchamukha Hanuman has significance —
Shri Hanuman faces East. He grants purity of mind and success.
The Narasimha faces South. He grants victory and fearlessness.
The West facing Garuda removes black magic and poisons.
The North facing Varaha, showers prosperity, wealth.
The Hayagriva mukha faces the Sky. But since we cannot see it, it is usually tilted and shown above Hanuman’s face. Hayagriva gives knowledge and good children.”
Shri Panchamukhi Hanuman refers to five faces. According to the scriptures, Lord Hanuman assumed this form to slay Mahiravana, brother of Ravana. Mahiravana was a sorcerer and an ardent devotee of Goddess Mahamaya. Instigated by Ravana, Mahiravana took Lord Rama and his brother Lakshmana to Paathaala Loka (the nether-world) and was tempted to sacrifice them to Goddess Mahamaya. To save the divine brothers, Lord Hanuman had to stub out five lamps burning in different directions simultaneously. He therefore assumed the Panchamukha form to win this task.
This Kavacham is addressed to this fierce form of Hanuman. To tell the fact as I understood, it is not Stothra in the normal sense of the word. It gives large amount of Tantric manthras aimed at protection. Some people believe that this sloka should not be recited but used to worship the Five Faced Hanumanji.
It is written at the end of the stotra that it was taught by Rama to Sita as per her request. But the first few lines show that this is a version was taught by Garuda, where he mentions that it was created by the Lord of Lords.

What is Laghu Rudra and Shivarchan Puja


Rudra Pooja is an ancient practice followed in India since time immemorial. ‘Rudra’ means ‘Shiva - the Benevolent', ' the Destroyer of Evil'. 'Pooja' means that which is born out of fullness. Through this Pooja one can aim for inner peace and fulfillment. In this Pooja, Lord Shiva is worshipped in his Rudra form.
It is hailed by all Vedic scriptures as one of the greatest Poojas to remove all evils, to attain all desires and for all-round prosperity. Scriptures on Astrology prescribe this emphatically as a remedy for several planetary doshas.

Why do Laghu Rudra Pooja?

The world is a play of energy: negative and positive. When we pray to Shiva – the Lord of transformation - the entire negative energy around us in form of disease, depression, and unhappiness gets transformed into peace, prosperity and joy. Then peace surrounds us in body, mind and soul.

How is the Laghu Rudra Pooja Performed?

This Pooja is performed with a crystal 'linga'. Each ancient mantra that is chanted gets absorbed in materials like curd, milk, ghee, honey etc. which are used as offerings in the Pooja. It is then offered to Lord Shiva with reverence, love and gratitude.

Shodash sanskar pooja


Sixteen Consecrations for human life according to vedas
Like the daily routine, the routine of the life is also regular.Studying the human life since, its birth till death, in detail, our greatsages have outlined certain consecrations for the all rounddevelopment of the life - "Such a development that embracesholistic progress. We call these beautiful rules, formed by our greatsages, the rules for the routine of the life. Consecrations are themajor part of this routine of life. Two kinds of materials are available in the world; One is
-that is natural and second is
Sanskrit -


The nature - is the working force of the native primitiveman (ADIPURUSH) and is the base of the whole Universe. All thevisible and invisible materials are as if the toys created by thisinnocent girl that is
PRAKRITI The nature - is the working force of the native primitiveman (ADIPURUSH) and is the base of the whole Universe. All thevisible and invisible materials are as if the toys created by thisinnocent girl that is PRAKRITI. Every moment she plays with thesetoys. Human being is also a toy made by the nature i.e. PRAKRITI.Every moment she plays with these toys. Human being is also a toymade by the nature (Prakriti). But it is somewhat extra ordinary typeof toy. This peculiarity is nothing but the knowledge of the humanbeing. With the power of the knowledge human being revolts againstthe nature, although he also a dependent top only. He is not pleasedto see the things created by nature in their natural form. Instead hefeels happy trimming and culturing the natural things and makingthem useful for him. This strong feeling of consecration is the secondpeculiarity of human being. Things Produced by nature are called natural in their raw form. These natural things are called cultured only after human beingrevises or minimizes them and consequently these are convertedinto refined forms. Nature has created cotton, wood etc., but manrefined them in various ways and made beautiful clothes from them. These beautiful clothes are the lively example of man'sconsecrational feelings or cultural desires. Today's luxurious or cultural desires world is also beautiful result of the same feeling of the man. It means to say that this culturalfeeling is the main reason for the man reaching the top of thecivilization. This feeling is also a gift of God and natural.

The 16 Sanskar are listed below:

1. Garbhadhana (Conception)
This Sanskar  is performed by parents and consists of fervent prayer for a child in order to fulfil the obligation to continue the human race.
2. Punsavana (Fetus protection)
This  is performed during the third or fourth month of pregnancy. A priest recites Vedic hymns to invoke divine qualities in the child.
3. Simantonnayana (Satisfying the cravings of the pregnant mother)
This Sanskar  is similar to a baby shower, and is, performed during the seventh month of pregnancy when prayers are offered to God for the healthy physical and mental growth of the child.
4. Jatakarma (Child birth)
Mantras are recited for a healthy and long life of the child at his birth.
5. Namakaran (Naming the child)
The name for the baby is selected such that its meaning can inspire the child to follow the path of righteousness.
6. Nishkramana (Taking the child outdoors for the first time)
This Sanskar  is performed in the fourth month after birth when the child is moved outside the house.
7. Annaprasana (Giving solid food)
In the sixth, seventh or eighth month child is given solid food.
8. Mundan (Hair cutting)
This is performed during the first or third year of age when the child's hair is removed by shaving.
9. Karnavedha (Ear piercing)
This Sanskar  is performed in the third or fifth year.
10. Upanayana (Sacred thread ceremony)

This introduces the male child to a teacher in order to receive education and marking the entry of the child to Brahmacharya.
11. Vedarambha (Study of Vedas)
This Sanskar  is performed at the time of Upanayana or within one year. The Guru teaches the Gayatri Mantra.
12. Samavartana (Returning home after completion of education)
This Sanskar  is performed at the age of about 25 years.
13. Vivaha (Marriage)
14. Vanaprastha (Preparation for renunciation)
This Sanskar  is performed at the age of 50 to celebrate the departure from the householder stage to the Vanaprastha stage when the person begins to engage in spiritual activities.
15. Sannyasa (Renunciation)
This Sanskar  is performed after Vanaprastha.
16. Antyesthi (Cremation)
This is the final Sanskar  performed after death by his or her descendents.

Trikhala Dosh Pooja :


Three young girls to be generated after the boy and girl after three boys Trikl guilt factor is considered the origin of!
This boy's father, mother, daughter Nanke party for loss and suffering are provided!
Trikl to make peace at home peace is happiness!
After an auspicious time for peace Sutk etc. Easy to clean, including the wife of the former and the home together in the resolution of tax Sri Ganapathy - Navagraha Puja persons etc. After worshiping the urn placement placing him in it Mr. Green in the copper pot Swarnmayi statue ( otherwise copper statue) and hold worship!
And precisely by Brahmin is important to get a qualified work Trikla peace!
If you could not worship any reason year birthday child around in a Mahurt Trikl veneration will seek welfare!
Three food donated, three clothing, three metal (gold, silver, copper), as well Good, a red leaf coconut Dakshina persons including children and her mother's hand and put a resolution together in the temple or Brahmin Donate !!

If the father of the boy born of fear, disease and is Dnhani.
If the girl's birth mother is suffering.
If you notice Trikl blame should rest its own priest.
In fact, yellow mustard, by fire, by a three strangers Brahmin meal metal (silver, gold, copper) should donate Sraddhanusar.
This legislation should birth day XI.

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