Online Puja In UK

Online Puja In UK

.Puja is an act of showing reverence to God/Goddess through prayers, invocation, ritual and songs. Homam is Puja and chanting the mantra for a particular deity to please the deity by invoking fire or Agni. Puja and Homam are being performed with prime goal of peace, satisfaction and happiness in your life.If you are looking for the Online Puja In UK, or want to have at your place then book your puja now with Pandit Jai Sharma.

Puja and Homam are performed successively in order to trigger various positive energies. It can help you get well, find a partner, have good relationships and it may even remove bad karma or negative aspects in a horoscope. Get remedial solution and book your puja by pandit Jai Sharma , Online Puja In UK.

Online Puja In UK ,  BY  Pandit Jai Sharma who perform online pujas and yagnas for you. Get your puja performed in temples and religious places. Pt Jai Sharma, Online Puja In UK is the best astrologer who tell you the right way  of puja on each festival.  Puia’s multifarious age-old culture is adorned by various pujas such as Shiva puja, Durga Puja, Lakshmi Puja, Vastu Puja and other various ceremonies.

In their broader sense, pujas can be performed for a number of ceremonies, occasions and festivals such birthdays, marriages or new professional ventures. They are held at homes, temples or at the inaugural ceremonies of events. Puja’s are however not obligatory rituals. One can perform on a daily basis or simply offer prayers to the deities on special occasions& Pt Jai Sharma, Online Puja In UK is perfect in his astrology and guide you for best method of puja, by following them you can get good result.

What Is Significance Of Puja

Vedic rituals mostly revolve around asking the gods for their favor for material gains and fulfillments and success in court cases, against adversaries and for enhancement in personal and professional life. There are rituals for realizing one’s eternal unions (oneness) with the Supreme. The overall Vedic philosophy behind a ritual is to attain Dharma (religion), Kama (fulfillment of desires), Artha (Economic prosperity) and Moksha (liberation).

When a ritual is performed under qualified Pundits, thoughts and vibrations of spiritual and cosmic forces are drawn toward the homan fire which in turns creates a protective shield around you. These divine forces remove the negative influences from personal and professional aspect of your life. All this in turn blesses with peace of mind, material affluence and the revelation of your true nature.

Online Items Used In Puja

Items used in Online Puja In UK, according to Hindu scriptures, list of pooja materials/ puja samagri are required to perform any ritual, festival, and any other religious ceremonies. For gods and goddesses have different types of Pooja Samagri: Kumkum, Turmeric powder, incense sticks, and Kapoor are commonly used for any puja. At Puja N Pujari, we are providing different types of pooja items for specific pujas. Each pooja material has its significance during the puja. Some of the puja’s, its pooja Samagri list and its significance are mentioned below. At Puja N Pujari, we have many Pooja Samagri, like pooja thali set, puja bell, havan Samagri, dhoop sticks, Diya’s, etc.

  •  Turmeric powder
  • Kumkum
  • Agarbatti
  • Kapoor
  • Dhoop
  • Kalasam
  • Honey
  • Dryfruit
  • Rice
  • Sugar
  • Saree
  • Mouli
  • Havan samagri etc.

Pujas in temples and homes:

Every (followers of Vedic customs) family has a temple or a temple room in their home dedicated to the deity worship. They also visit temples in order to offer obeisance to the idols which are installed after ‘pran prathistha’. Praying at home although faithful is not as effective as praying in temples.

However, it does not mean worships at home are of lesser importance. Vedas mention that the Divine can be remembered anywhere irrespective of places provided the worshiper worships selflessly and humbly. Worshipping at temples doubles your prayers on its own as the temples are ‘vigrahas’ (idols) that are installed with Praan Prathistha mantra and infused with vedic mantras, cosmic sounds of bells, bhajans, bhakti, devotional songs and rituals.
Ritual Pujas are best conducted under able Brahmins or priests who know Vedic rituals in detail and mantras dedicated to the same.
A full home or temple puja can include several steps. The deity is invited as a guest, the devotee hosts and takes care of the deity as an honored guest, Vedic hymns are sung and food are offered to the deity. Generally there are sixteen steps involved in honouring a deity which are elaborated below:


  • Avahana (“invocation”): In the first step, the deity is invoked and invited into the house.
  • Asana: A seat ‘Raaj Gaadi’ is offered to the deity.
  •  Padya: Next is the holy washing of the deity’s feet. Arghya: Holy water is given so that the deity may wash his/her mouth.
  •  Abhisekha: Bathing the entire deity with holy water.
  •  Vastra: A pure and sanctified piece of clothes are put on the deity.
  •  Upaveeda or Mangalsutra: This step involves the sacred thread to be put around its neck.
  •  Anulepana or gandha: It involves scents such as ittars, floral waters are applied to the deity along with sandalwood paste or kumkum.
  •  Pushpa: This step is important as it includes offering fresh flowers to the deity. No only flowers but also the garland of flowers.
  •  Dhupa: Once floral veneration is done, next is to light up the incense sticks.
  •  Dipa or Aarti: After the sticks, diyas (oil/ghee lamps) are burned and waved in front of the deity.
  •  Naivedya: This step involves the exchange of devotional affections. Food items such as riped rice, fruits, clarified butter, sugar, betel leaf and the like are offered.
  •  Namaskara or pranama: Now the devotee bows down and offers homage chanting the mantras dedicated to the deity.
  •  Pradakshina: Then moving around or circumambulating (Pradakshina) the deity and offering the prayers followed by bowing down and leaving.

Types of Pujas (Vedic rituals) and Puja services at Rudra Centre

Pujas such as Shanti Pujas and Dosh Nivaran Pujas are also very beneficial to ward off negativity. Pujas are powerful and effective practice in one’s spiritual journey on the way to enlightenment. In addition to general Pujas; special pujas are performed during various occasions and events. For example Shravan pujas during the month of Shravan are quite beneficial for you and your entire family. Rudra Centre Puja Services provides online Puja Services and also conducts Pujas at various Hindu temples for devotees.

The malefic planetary conjunctions are the phases in one’s life when one’s aura gets darkened. Such a person is like one groping in the darkness. His thoughts and activities are misguided. The vibrations radiating from him displease others. It is possible to reduce the suffering due to the adveerse position of planets through sincere reliance on God, the One who controls the planets.

There are so many pujas according to Vedic Astrology.

The Idol Worship – Murti Puja -Although, the idol is not the god itself but it is considered to be filled with the god’s celestial powers. The idols are created as containers for spiritual power that make the devotee to experience the direct communication with the god.

Buddha Puja-Buddha Puja or Mercury Puja is dedicated to planet Mercury. Buddha Puja on Wednesdays brings in manifold benefits like eliminating difficulties, healthy progeny, possession of fertile lands etc.

Chandra Puja-Chandra Puja is dedicated to Lord Chandra, the Moon God. Grah Shanti Chandra Puja (Moon Worship) is recommended to those, having malefic Chandra or wrongly placed moon as per the horoscope.

Guru Puja– Guru or Brihaspati Puja is dedicated to planet Jupiter. Grah Shanti, Guru Puja (Worship of Jupiter) is recommended to those, having malefic guru or wrongly placed Jupiter as per the horoscope. There are so many pujas associated with Guru / Brihaspati.

Hanuman Puja– Hanuman puja is really beneficial for all those who want to attain strength, wisdom and knowledge. The worship of Shri Hanuman ji, the monkey God cures all illness and gives courage to fight the illness. Hanuman Puja provides peace of mind as well.

Ketu Puja– Ketu (Dragon’s Tail) Puja is dedicated to planet Ketu. Grah Shanti Ketu Puja (Worship of Dragon’s Tail) is recommended for those, having malefic Ketu or wrongly placed Ketu as per the horoscope.

Mangal Puja– Mangal Puja or Mars Worship is dedicated to planet Mars. Grah Shanti Mangal Puja liberates one from debts, poverty and skin problems.

Rahu Puja– Rahu Puja or the Dragon’s Head Worship is dedicated to planet Rahu. Grah Shanti Rahu Pooja is recommended for those, having malefic Rahu or wrongly placed Rahu as per the horoscope.

Satyanarayan Puja– can be performed on any day. However, Purnima (Full Moon Night) and Sakranti are considered as the most auspicious days for Satyanarayan Pooja. The appropriate time of Puja is regarded in the evening but prayers in the morning will also work.

Shani Puja is done to appease planet Saturn. Grah Shanti Shani Pooja (Worship of Saturn) is sought for mental peace and to get rid of various diseases.

Shukra Puja– is done to appease planet Venus. Grah Shanti Shukra Pooja is recommended to those, having malefic shukra or wrongly placed Venus as per the horoscope.

Surya Puja– Sun Worship is dedicated to Lord Surya. Grah Shanti Surya Puja or Sun worship is recommended to those, having malefic surya or wrongly placed sun as per the horoscope.

Tulsi Puja– is a sacred plant which can be found in almost every Hindu’s home. Tulsi Pooja (Worship of Tulsi) is observed almost every day.

Shiva-Shakti Puja-to improve harmony in the marriage and to help integrate material and spiritual progress.
Subramanian puja to increase leadership skills, for increased courage and vital energy or to excel in martial arts.

Kali Puja– to diminish our ego and all negative tendencies that hinder spiritual progress and material prosperity.

JAAP Mahamritunjaya Jaap is one of the ancient Sanskrit mantras; Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is a verse of Yajurveda. It is the great death-conquering mantra, which is popularly referred to as Tryambakam Mantra, as it is identified with the three-eyed Hindu deity – Lord Shiva. According to Yajurveda, if the mantra is chanted with immense concentration and devotion, then it purifies the karmas of the soul. Mental, emotional and physical health can be improvised by the regular chanting of Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra.

Bhajan– is any type of Indian devotional song. It has no fixed form. It is normally lyrical, expressing love for the Divine. It means religious devotion.

Navgrah Shanti Puja– The nine “grahas” or planets in our horoscope control our karma, our desires and their outcomes. Each of these nine planets exerts an influence in our lives, which is called “dasa” and it can be known from one’s horoscope. Navagraha Shanti Puja is undertaken to reduce the negative effects and improve the positive energies related to a person.

Charity puja– is done for poor People, children for their education, handicap, blood donations, old age people, on national Festivals, arrenge water during summer and festivals.

Benefits of Online Puja In UK

We have an old-age belief those devotees who conduct Puja and offer prayers to the God, they never return with empty hands and all their wishes get fulfilled. When you do puja, God blesses you, puts you on the right path and connects you to the right persons and opportunities. Perfect devotion and work with repeated efforts collectively helps you success in life and fulfills your desires.

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