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  • I feel the spiritual aura of that place

    Hi Ranjeev, I saw the video and I heard a little bit of the chants of the main priest. Sounds so lovely, and he was so fast saying it, with good tune almost likclose
    I feel the spiritual aura of that place Eugene
  • Thanks a million for the brilliant divine experience on Mahashivarathri at Rudra Center

    Thanks a million for inviting me for the Rudra Abhishekam on Mahashivarathri.. It was a divine experience and was transported to divinity every khan and felt trclose
    Thanks a million for the brilliant divine experience on Mahashivarathri at Rudra Center Ganesh Easwer
    Chennai, INDIA
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    When a person wears during Meditation and Puja then the stress release increases exponentially. I agree. Not only during these activities but also when I repeatclose
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Rudra Centre has been supplying quality Puja items since 1997 which are selected for their authentic ingredients as per scriptures. For Puja services, a team of well-versed, karmakandi priests from Shivkashi Temple perform Pujas as per Vedic rituals in a 5000 sq feet self-owned premise. For more than a decade, Rudra Centre has been conducting Pujas like Ati Rudra, Mahamrityunjaya Yagna, Baglamukhi Homa and many more for the benefit of mankind.. Read More.


  • Meditation and why it is important?

    Mediation is a self-healing method where the meditator gradually trains his mind to attain a level of consciousness or self-realization. It helps him have relaxation, build inner energy or life force and develop benevolent attitude, patience, liberality and tolerance. It has been practiced since age Read More...

  • Holy Nariyal

    This Coconut holds Prasad of the Puja performed for you: It contains: Rudraksha - Keep this in the altar or hang in your car Yantra - Keep this in the altar. Sandal paste - for use in prayers Ganesh, Laxmi and Saraswati coin - for good luck. Keep this in prayer altar or cash box. Prasad - Sweet offe Read More...

  • Margashirsha Thursday

    Margashirsha Laxmi Puja Vrat The ninth month of the Hindu calendar Margashirsha which falls around November-December as per Gregorian calendar is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. In the month of Margashirsha, on every Thursday Laxmi Puja is done and fast is observed by devotees. Goddess L Read More...

  • Chirmi Kavach

    Among all the beads of different sorts, Chirmi beads take a unique stand as these beads are called the most fabled and mystifying. Found in the jungles of Aravali Mountains, India, these beads are believed to be selecting their master on their own. They are available in black, red, white colours. Th Read More...

  • Procedure of Havan

    Havan Procedure Havan is a sacred purification ritual that is performed in households as well as work places and shops by chanting mantras and worshipping different Gods and Goddesses. There is a hallowed fire in the center and the priest and family members sit around it. It is a part of the ritual Read More...

  • Testimonials on Puja Services

    From : Araddhya Raai Date : April 2015 Subject : Billion Thanks to Rudra Centre Puja Service 'Thank you' as a word won't be enough to acknowledge the efforts that you all put in to serve better and better each time. The Rudra Centre team is synonymous to the word "Best". It's irresistible for Read More...

  • What is meditation?

    With our lifestyle changing so rapidly in line with modern advancements aimed at increasing material comforts, we often forget to pay attention to the needs of our soul. Meditation is one of the best techniques to balance mind, body and soul. Meditation is a simple path that can connect you with you Read More...

  • Worship of Shaligram

    Salagramas do not require preliminary rituals of purification and consecration. They naturally contain the vibhuti of the Godhead, and may be worshipped straight away. In the worship of Salagrama, no initiation is required; there are no special hymns or specific procedure of worship, nor any need fo Read More...

  • Respect and Reverence

    RESPECT FOR ELDERS:  Respect for elders is a keystone of Hindu culture. This genuine acknowledgement of seniors is demonstrated through endearing customs, such as sitting to the left of elders, bringing gifts on special occasions, not sitting while they are standing, not speaking excessively, not y Read More...

  • How Ganga Descended onto Lord Shiva

    As per Vedic scriptures, King Sagara was a celebrated king of the Suryavansha dynasty in the Satya Age (Satya Yuga). Married to the princess of Vidarbha, and the other princess from the royal Sivi dynasty, the King was an ancestor to King Bhagiratha, King Dasharatha and Prince Rama (An incarnation o Read More...

  • Why we offer a coconut

    Coconut is used as an offering to the Gods as it represents the head of a man and is used instead of the ancient tradition of Narabali or human sacrifice. In India it is one of the most common offerings in a temple. It is also offered on occasions like weddings, festivals, the use of a new vehicle, Read More...

  • Om The Symbol of Absolute

    OM - Not just the most sacred symbol Om is the first sound of the universe; Om is from where everyone and everything came in to being; Om is oneness with the Supreme; Om is Brahman. OM or AUM is the most sacred syllable in Hinduism. In the Vedas, Puranas and Upanishads it is mentioned that Om was th Read More...

  • Meditation with Rudraksha and other Holy Items

    This one question in different forms has been asked in general specific to the gaining of Samadhi and there is much research that needs to be done by the individual to be able to first sit in the state of Samadhi in order to understand the answer. Is going to be a little difficult trying to explain Read More...

  • What is a Puja

    Puja is a ritualistic worship of the Divine performed to keep us in harmony with cosmic forces, thereby removing and overcoming the sorrows of life and bringing spiritual upliftment. By performing puja, thoughts and vibrations of spiritual forces are created around us. These spiritual forces work to Read More...

  • How to do Puja

    A simple how to do deity worship: First purify your body and start with a clear and positive mind frame. Place the deity idol/frame in a plate. In a pot put few drops of Gangajal and fill it with fresh water. Now offer some water on deity idol chanting deity's name or mantra. Offer small amount of Read More...

  • Why We Offer Arghya to Surya

    Why We Offer Arghya to Surya The brightly shining Sun signifies the power of the Universal Consciousness. Our Vedas declare the Surya to be the creator of the material universe. Being the Soul of all, he is the provider of intellectual wisdom, vision, discrimination, self-realisation, light and life Read More...

  • What is Aarti

    Aarti is said to have descended from the Vedic concept of fire rituals, or homa. The word may also refer to the traditional Hindu devotional song that is sung during the ritual. Aarti is performed and sung to develop the highest love for God. "Aa" means "towards or to" and "rati" means "right Read More...

  • What is the role of puja items in Vedic rituals?

    Ritual paraphernalia and vessels play an essential role in Hindu (Vedic) rites, prayers and homas. Since the ancient Vedic times, the Indian Subcontinent has brimmed with periodical homas at performed at temples and homes. Homas or Havans include an extensive use of supari, Bel fruit, ghee, Honey, A Read More...

  • Why we do pradakshina

    Pradakshina or Parikrama is the circumbulation of Hindu holy places like temples and is a symbol of prayer.We cannot draw a circle without a center point. The Lord is the center, source and essence of our lives. Recognizing Him as the focal point in our lives, we go about doing our daily chores. Thi Read More...

  • Why do we not touch papers books and people with the feet

    To Indians, knowledge is sacred and divine. So it must be given respect at all times. Nowadays we separate subjects as sacred and secular. But in ancient India every subject - academic or spiritual - was considered divine and taught by intelligent gurus in the gurukuls. The custom of not stepping on Read More...

About Puja Items, Meditation Accessories

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:-


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Why Buy from Rudra Centre
  • Rudra Centre is committed to remove sin, suffering and pain worldwide.
  • We supply the best quality items for success, self-empowerment and spiritual evolution, at reasonable prices for the benefit of all.
  • All our items are selected and prepared after thorough research into the subject.
  • All items are sent along with usage instructions so that you derive maximum benefits
  • All items are blessed and energized before delivery.
  • Rudra Centre has the largest distribution network in the world with reach in 24 countries
  • We are the leading suppliers of best quality Rudraksha beads from Nepal as well as Indonesia. Our unique Rudraksha Ratna Science Therapy (RRST) is used to string the beads that balance the body’s chakras.
  • We deal in natural untreated Gemstones which are approved by Vedic astrology and set them in rings and pendants as per RRST which helps derive maximum results
  • We prepare Yantras with perfect geometry as per ancient texts.
  • We provide authentic Alchemical Parad items which are prepared as per Ras Vidya in Parad Samhita
  • Puja Services from Rudra Centre is very popular. We have our own team of Karmakandi priests who perform various pujas in our own premises.
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Homas and religious rituals aren't just religious activities but scientific methods to set one's existence in harmony with the Cosmic Universe that brims with unlimited powers. For your domestic or professional prosperity, Rudra Centre offers puja services with qualified Brahmins and ceremonial products such as puja ingredients, puja vessels, dhotis etc.

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