Pooja & Homas

Pooja . ...Pooja is the Hindu ritual of worshipping God in a systematic manner as prescribed in the Vedic scriptures.
Homa ....Homa is an ancient Hindu ritual performed to invoke Agni, the God of fire, by offering Ghee (clarified butter) and other sacrificial offerings.


  • Pooja is the act of showing reverence to a god, a spirit, or another aspect of the divine through invocations, prayers, songs, and rituals. An essential part of pooja for the Hindu devotee is making a spiritual connection with the divine. Most often that contact is facilitated through an object: an element of nature, a sculpture, a vessel, a painting, or a print.

    One who is performing a Pooja should also be aware of the meaning and reason for each of these rituals to ensure maximum effectiveness. Ancient Hindu sculptures like the Upanishads and Vedas have mentioned the different types of Poojas and their methodologies.

    During Poojas an image or other symbol of the god serves as a means of gaining access to the divine. This icon is not the deity itself; rather, it is believed to be filled with the deity's cosmic energy. It is a focal point for honouring and communicating with the god. For the devout Hindu, the icon's artistic merit is important, but is secondary to its spiritual content. The objects are created as receptacles for spiritual energy that allow the devotee to experience direct communication with his or her gods.


  • Homa is an ancient Hindu ritual performed to invoke Agni, the God of fire, by offering Ghee (clarified butter) and other sacrificial offerings. As Havih means Ghee and Havisha means offering and Yagya means sacrifice, Homa is also called Havan and Yagya.

    The smoke that rises from a Homa contains a powerful healing energy, and as it rises to the heavens it purifies the atmosphere, both physically and subtly, encouraging a peaceful environment and gentle weather. Every kind of negative karma can be purified by the sacred Homa fire, due to divine grace.

    A havan is a religious ceremony performed in temples and in homes that involves worship through the use of a sacred fire. The use of fire as a means of worship is the most ancient of all rites, going back to the earliest Vedic times. This fire ritual is described in elaborate detail in the Brahmanas. From the earliest of Vedic times and even to present day, fire (Agni) was viewed as the chief of the Gods. In fact, the first verse of the Rig Veda is addressed to Agni, the fire God. “I praise Agni, the chosen Priest, God, minister of sacrifice… .”

Nava Graha Poojas

The term Navagraha denotes the nine celestial bodies which are central to astrological calculations (and beliefs) (and not the nine planets as it is frequently erroneously translated). The sun, the moon, mars, mercury, jupiter, venus, saturn and the two shadow planets Rahu and Ketu constitute the Navagrahas. The nine "grahas" or planets in our horoscope control our karma, our desires and their outcomes. Navagraha Pooja is undertaken to reduce the negative effects and improve the positive energies related to a person.

Maha Rudra Path

Maha Rudra Abhishek is the one of the most powerful and very important as well as an effective remedy to eradicate the negative effects of planet Saturn. Unhappiness, problems prevailing form a long time, diseases along with any type of situation which was not resolved from a long time can be eliminated by the help of this abhishekam. With the proper implication of this abhisheka, all the problems from the life of an individual will be eradicated.

Sat Chandi Yagna

The Sat Chandi path is an exclusive and powerful ritual involving powerful Saptashati mantras. Sat Chandi Yagya is a very unique, rare and elaborate Yagya. Getting the Sat Chandi Yagya is an act of great merit and brings immense blessings from the Divine Mother. It bestows immense energy. The paath and yagya kills all the demons and evil forces coming in life. It enhances spirituality and awakens the slept energy and opens the path of salvation. The paath with samputit invokes powerful vibrations to destroy obstacles and conquer enemies.

Nakshatra Shanti

Our lives are affected significantly due to the Nakshatras we’re born under. All aspects of our life can benefit if our Nakshatras favor us. But if someone is suffering from problems due to the influence of a negative Nakshatra, Nakshatra Pooja can help them reduce its ill effects.The nakshatra in which your moon is placed at the time of your birth is called your JanmaNakshatra. This janmanakshatra has also got its influence on you. Our janamNakshatra points towards our attitude , physical appearance and future.