Navdurga Pujas and Homas
Vedic rituals advocate four paths to achieve the blessings of Gods. The first path is Bhakti or devotion and the second path is Gnana or wisdom. Dhyana or meditation and kriya and Karma, the path of selfless work are other 2 paths. The path of Bhakti helps the people to avoid obstacles by maintaining spirituality. Doing a puja in the morning helps the devotee to attract positive vibes and stay positive for the whole day. Performing a puja on special occasions bestows the blessings on an individual and the family. A puja when done correctly channels a person's spirit to God.
Online Puja Services are available for those devotees who wish to conduct puja online.
Significance of Nav Durga
Nav Durga or Nine Durga is the manifestation of Goddess Durga in Her nine different forms. These nine forms of the Goddess are worshipped during all the four Navratris in a year. The nine forms of Durga are:
It is believed that performing the Nav Durga Homam during the auspicious period of Navratri will lead us to the path of spirituality and fill our hearts with happiness. It also removes the physical, emotional, financial and health related problems of a devotee. Online Nav Durga pujas can also be conducted on behalf of the devotees.
Nav Durga Pujas from Rudra Centre
Rudra Centre provides online puja services as well as carries out pujas at different temples on behalf of devotees. Rudra Centre specializes in pujas such as Laxmi Puja, Baglamukhi Puja, Goddess Durga Puja, and many more.
An auspicious temple has been made in its 4000 Sq. feet office premise in Mumbai for conducting the pujas. The pujas are performed as per Vedic rituals by a team of renowned and scholarly karmakandi priests from Shivkashi Temple. You may call the Pundits for hearing your Sankalpa (wish) and watch the pujas being conducted through live video streaming. You shall also receive blessed Prasad and photographs/DVD of the worship ritual.
You are welcome to visit our centre to participate in the Pujas personally or you can book an online Puja with us.