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  • Our Puja,s 1. Ganapati Atharvshirsh 2. Annpurna stotram 3. Shri Ramraksha stotram 4. Vishnu Sahastranam 5. Navgriha Stotram 6. Purush Suktam 7. Shree Suktam 8. Mahalaxmi Ashtakam 9. Shrigurupaduka Stotram 10. Linga Ashtakam 11. Shiv Panchakshari Stotram 12. Bilva Ashtakam 13. Hanuman Chalisa 14. Saraswati Stotram 15. Ganpati stotram 16. Shri Durga Sahstranam 17. Shani kawacham 18. Dwadasha Joytirling Stotra 19. Durga Suktam 20. Ashta Laxmi Stotram 21. Mahalaxmi Ahatotar namavali 22. RUDRA ASHTAKAM
  • 23. Genesh Stotram 24. Maruti Stotram 25. PradhynaVerdhani Stotram 26. Shani Storam 27. Shri Narayankavach 28. Santan Gopal Stotram 29. Kalbhairav Ashtakam 30. Surya Ashtakam 31. Hanuman Stotram 32. Argala Stotram 33.Shri Devisuktam 34.Shri Mahimna stotra 35.Shri Devi sahastranam Vastu Shanti Why is VastuShanti necessary? Vastu is a ancient Indian Science which is used while constructing a Vastu (House, Building, a Structure etc...) which makes a Vastu a perfect place for a human being to live and/or work. A Vastu created using all the principles of Vastushastra all different energies existing in the universe like cosmic energy like Solar & Geomagnetic energy are properly directed & controlled by means of appropriately designing the various components of the Vastu like doors, windows, walls, ceiling, roof, shape of various parts of the construction like hall, kitchen, living rooms, bathrooms etc... However, you do not get an ideally constructed home/building every time. If there are any imbalances of the energies and the five basic elements (Agni - Fire, Vayu - Air, Jal - Water, Bhoomi - Earth & Aakash - Ether), stay in such Vastu can become troublesome. One experiences constant problems in life like failures, illness at times serious disasters. VastuShanti is one easy way to correct some of the Vastu defect with the help of Mantras chanted during VastuShanti. In short VastuShanti of House is a sort of Life Insurance to your house & your family and VastuShanti for your office is a Life Insurance to your business. Even if you have
  • your property insurance, this is a different unique insurance & you can have benefits only once you have it. So do not wait...go for it...earlier the better. Have it from an expert and who knows what it is. Is VastuShanti advisable for a second hand house? Yes. If you buy a second hand house VastuShanti is advisable for the reasons given above. In fact VastuShant is advisable in a rental property also if you are going to stay in that property for a long duration. When to perform VastuShanti? There is no hard and fast rule about when VastuShanti to be performed. You can perform before moving your households into the new home or after moving in. However, it is advisable to perform VastuShanti once you are settled in your new house say after about 1-2 months. It is ideal if you perform VastuShanti within 6 months of possession.However, it can be delayed if the circumstances force. There is no harm if you do it later, only the advantages will begin late. VastuShanti is to be performed on an auspicious day in consultation with Panditji. Vastushanti Samagri List Construction Bricks 25 nos.( or Havan Patra) Agni Patra: 1 15-20 Fire Burning Wood Sticks 6” – 8” long. 15-20 Ready to light Sheni (Cow) 1 Bottle Pure Ghee 1 Bowl each Black Sesame (Kale Til) & Regular White Sesame (Safed Til) 1 Small Bowl Sattu – Jau – Jav (Barley) 1 Small Bowl Black Urad Dal (Black Lentil Whole Grains) 1 Small Pouch Each Type Sapta Dhanya - Seven types of grains like –White Beans, Red Kidney Beans, Green Peas, Chick Peas, Brown Lentil, Gram etc… 1 Big Bowl Paddy Puffed Rice (Puffed Rice) 1 Set Navagrah Samidha - dry sticks of – Amba (Mango), Umbar, Pimple, Jambhul, Vad (Banian). If possible any of these can be also arranged Shami, Palas, Khair, Limbu (Lemon), Aghada, Chandan. Readymade Navagrah Samidha available in Market.Havan Samagri is also available which can be used. 1 Vastu Pratima (Gold/Silver Preferred) This is MUST 1 Vastu Shanti Yantra (copper) – Good to have but Optional 1 Set Red Yellow, Green, Rangoli Colors. Decorate the entrance of your house with an attractive Rangoli Design. 6 Iron Nails 3" long with square/round head 1 Gomutra Bottle
  • 1 Bowl Yellow Mustard 2 Kg White Rice Grains 1 Kg Wheat Grains 6 Small lamps of Kanik i.e. Aata - (Wheat Flour) like earthen lamps (Panati) used in Diwali. Toran (Decorative door hanging) for the door (Minimum 1 for the main door) 1 Kali Bahuli (Black cotton Doll). If you don’t get readymade doll, bring a black cloth & prepare at home as per the sketch. This doll is to be hung upside down at a corner at the ceiling which is visible from the main entrance of the house. 1 set Panch Dhatu (Small pieces of five metals – e.g. Gold, Silver, Copper, Brass, Steel, Iron etc to be put in the earthen pot with the Vastu Pratima. Small nails, pieces of wires, drawing pins, small balls/bids, cut pieces etc… can be used). 1 set Panch Ratna – Very small bids of (1) Hira (Diamond), (2) Moti (Pearl), (3) Povale (Coral), and very small pieces of (4) Sone (Gold), (5) Chandi (Silver), Only if you can afford & wish… this is to be donated to the Priest. Generally available in market. 1 Vastra Dan – shirt / shawl / chadar (bed sheet) / Table cloth / Neck Tie etc…as you wish & can afford this is to be donated to Panditji. 1 Upavastra Dan - uparane / pancha / towel / Napkin / handkerchief etc… as you wish & can afford this is to be donated to Panditji. 1 Patra Dan – Kalash / Bhande / Vati / Pela / Bowl / Plate etc… made of Silver/Stainless Steel/Brass/Copper/Glass etc…as you wish & can afford this is to be donated to Panditji. 1 Chaurang - 4 legged wooden square stool (Approx. 18"X18"X6-8"). (Small rectangular folding coffee tray, or even a square or rectangular corrugated box will serve the purpose) 1 Shankha – 1 Ghanta – Bell (Silver/Brass/Stainless Steel) 1 Ganesh & Lakshmi Murti/Coin (Silver/Brass) 1 Kul-Devata (Family Deity) Murti (Silver/Brass) or photo. 1 Decorative cloth on the Chaurang (Dais) like table cloth, shawl etc. 7 Vastra (Cloth - like blouse piece, handkerchief, napkin…) for Kalash 2 Flower pots with 5-6 flowers each with long stems can also be used instead) 1 Samai (Brass/Stainless Steel/silver Lamp with 5 or 7 wicks) used with oil. 10-12 Long Cotton Wicks for Samai 5 Seating Mattresses /Aasanas(for host couple) In case of the hard floors the seating mattresses should have good cushioning. 1 Match Box 1 Cello Tape 1 Scissor for cutting thread etc... 2 Kalash/Loti (Silver/Copper/Stainless Steel). Traditional Indian pot used for keeping drinking water during lunch or dinner, can also be used if Pooja Kalash is not available. 2 Tamhan/Purnapatra (7-8" diameter) (Silver/Copper/Stainless Steel Plate traditionally used in Pooja one is used for keeping on Kalash & other is used for Pooja Vidhi)
  • 1 set Panchpatra/Bhande (Silver/Copper/Stainless Steel – traditional Indian pot used for drinking water during lunch or dinner, it is about 3 inches in height & 2.5 inches in diameter) & Pali (Silver/Copper/Stainless Steel – traditional spoon used in Pooja) 1 Niranjan (Silver/Brass/Stainless Steel Lamp with one wick used with ghee) 10-12 Cotton Wicks for Niranjan (small lamp with Ghee) 2 Silver/Stainless Steel Plates with 9”-12” diameter – 1 for Aarti and another for keeping pooja material 1 Water Jar/Jug/Bottle (½ Gallon) (Stainless Steel/Plastic) 1 Utensil/Bowl (½ Gallon) (Stainless Steel/Plastic) for keeping used water 2 Medium size stainless steel bowls or utensils for Punahavachan Vidhi 5 types of Fruits 5 each like Mango, Banana, Apple, Orange, Grapes, Pear, Peach etc… 2 pairs Janve (Janeu) (White Holy Thread) 1 Red Holy Thread (Moli) 1 Bowl Akshata (Take Rice Grains & mix little Kumkum) 1 Pouch Haldi (Turmeric Powder) 1 Pouch Kumkum (Red Powder) 1 Pouch Sandalwood Powder or Tablets. 1 Pouch Ashtagandha (Scented Orange Powder) 1 box Agarbatti (Thin Incense Sticks) with Stand 1 box Dhoop (Thick Incense Sticks/Cones/crystals etc...) 1 Box Kapur (Camphor) with Kapur Aarti Patra/Plate 50 Tambulam (Beatle leaves with stem) 250 Supari (Beatle Nuts) Pancha Khadya - (5 types of dry fruits) e.g. Kharik (Dry Dates), Kaju (Cashews), Badam (Almonds) Manuka (Resins), Piste (Pistachio) Gud (Jagary) 12 Dry Coconut small triangular pieces to be cut from halves. 1 Bowl Khadisakhar (Sugar Crystals) 7 Naral / Nariyal- (Coconut with water) 1 Bowl Panchamrut (Mixture of Milk, Curd, Honey, Sugar, Ghee) 1 Plate Maha Naivedya – One plate of Food cooked in home 1 Box Any one sweet of your choice e.g. Pedha / Barphi / Laddu /khir etc… 5-10 Tulasipatra (Leaves of Tulasi – Holy Basil) if available 20-30 Flowers Assorted (Rose, Marigold etc...) Ghee for Niranjan & Oil for Samai – * 1 Bowl each 1 Attar - (Scent) small bottle 7-8 Plates (Stainless Steel /Plastic/Disposable) for keeping Pooja Material Important Note:-
  • Please ensure that all the material is available and kept well organized in different plates to the right side of the Pooja Chaurang. If you have any shortage or facing difficulties in understanding any description please contact Panditji Ensure that the Pooja Vidhi begins on time so that it can be completed in time. Ensure that you have some relatives/friends to help you on the Pooja day right from the beginning till end.