Puja Services / Puja Items
Ritual paraphernalia and vessels play an essential role in Hindu rites, prayers and yagyas. Since the ancient Vedic times, the Indian Subcontinent has brimmed with periodical homas at Hindu temples and homes.
Homas or Havans include an extensive use of supari, Bel fruit, ghee, Honey, Akshat (rice grains), Turmeric powder, Sindoor, Ganga Jal and Attar and so on.
The Vedic scriptures like Rig, Yajur, Sama and Arthava mention mystical secrets of healing material as well as spiritual existence through cosmic energies. The Homas involve mantras (sound), sankalpa (purpose), thoughts and the five elements of Nature.
When a Homa is performed with the correct pronunciation of Sanskrit mantras, energetic vibrations flow out of the sacrificial fire that has powers to equate planetary system in the Natal chart of the host (for whom the homa is performed) and rid him of of Vastu negativities. Also, the host is blessed with fulfillment of all desires and enlightenment.
The most essential consideration before performing a Havan is the use of pure, qualitative and immaculate vessels and other items such as bowls for offering, Abishek vessels, oil lamps, Panchapatra, Bells, Haldi Kum Kum containers,
Pedestal, Neti Patra etc.
With these paraphernalia, rituals are performed to worship and please various deities (Ganesh, Indra, Vishnu etc.), nine planets and ancestors who all bestow upon the devotees material prosperity and spiritual attainments.
Watch the videos of Maha Shivratri Pujas performed at Rudra Centre:-