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Greetings from Rudra Centre! Each week, we bring you powerful spiritual and sacred items from around the world. And this time of Shravan Month (July-August), we bring you a collection of the Shravan special items.

A Shiva Puja during Shravan month is highly recommended as Shiva is popularly worshipped with Abhishek ritual which involved bathing the Shivalinga with water, milk, curd and many other aromatic liquids and offering various fruits. Our Shravan special products namely Siddha Parad Shivaling, Gemstone Shivaling,Shiva idols of purified metals, Sampoorna Jyotirlingam, Shiva Kada, Narmada Lingam Locket and the like are divine ways to connect with Shiva. See more Shravan special product here.

Vasuki, the divine serpent, serves Lord Shiva by dwelling around His neck. Worshiping Vasuki or Nag Deva is considered highly auspicious on Nag Panchami during Shravan. Nag Panchami (July 28, 2017) is the day when devotees pray to Naga Deva (Lord of serpents) for getting rid of doshas such as Kaal Sarpa Dosha. One can install the snake gods' deity of stone, wood for worship of snakes. Our exclusive range of Naga Yantra, Kaal Sarpa Dosha bracelet, Naga Yantra locket and Naga Rudraksha beads are energized to ward off evil energies. Nag Panchami Puja during Shravan is highly recommended for your family. More Nag Panchami products here.

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∗ Auspicious Pujas To Be Performed On Nag Panchami ∗
∗ Auspicious Pujas To Be Performed On Shravan Mass ∗
∗ Rudra Centre Puja Services ∗

India’s multifarious age-old culture is adorned by various pujas such as Shiva puja, Durga Puja, Lakshmi Puja, Vastu Puja and other various Hindu ceremonies. All the Vedic literatures right from the Four Vedas, Puranas, Itihasa, Upanishands to the great epic Mahabharata and the Ramayana mention the performance of Puja/Pooja (prayer rituals) for appeasing the deities.
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∗ Energized Rudraksha and Combinations ∗
∗ Lord Shiva Idols ∗
∗ Lord Nag Idols ∗
∗ Shivalings ∗
∗ Puja items ∗
∗ Sacred Yantra ∗
Shiva Sadhana with Neeta Singhal
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