Ganesh puja festival

Ganesh puja

Ganesh puja (August-September) is also the festival of most students, but eagerly participate in the form of God in the form of adults, Shiva's son is the way of success in efforts to remove all obstacles.

Ganesh puja
Ganesh puja
After the destruction of the head of God's head near Ganesha, the head of an elephant was prepared on his trunk. He is famous for his intellectual talent and therefore the students are attracted to achieving equal powers.

Importance of Sri Ganesha Puja

Lord Ganesh Chaturthi Puja is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Lord Ganesha. On this day, people worship Lord Ganesha for credit, siddhi, knowledge, happiness and prosperity. Lord Ganesha was born in the month of Bhadrapad on the fourth day of the Shukla party.

Lord Ganesha (Ganapati) is a well known God for Hindus. Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. There can be no auspicious ceremony without the blessings of Lord Ganesha Puja. Therefore, before any auspicious work, Lord Ganesha is an indispensable tradition to worship. Lord Ganesha is considered as the disruption of obstacles (Dissolve Harta). According to mythological stories, Lord Ganesha is easily pleased with devotion.

Pavitra Jyotish Center will organize Shri Ganesh Puja on Chaturthi (Tithi) every month for Ganesh devotees. A special ceremony with a detailed procedure (16 Achcharyas) will be done according to the scriptures by a team of our Vedic priests. We will organize chanting of Shri Ganapati Atharveshwar with Abhishek. In various forms Lord Ganesha (Mahaganapati, Siddhi Vinayak, Lakshmi Ganapati etc.) will be produced according to the prescribed procedure in the scriptures.

Before worship, your name and constellation (star) will be included in the resolution. After worship, we will send you Prasad and an official Ganesh Kavach which you can place in the worship place. This will remove obstacles from your life and make your life a success. Apart from this, you will get a proven Ganesh instrument which is excited by Pooja and Japa after worship.

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