Vivah Puja


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    • Days : 1
    • No of Pandits Required : 1
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About Vivah Puja

Wedding is referred to as ‘Vivah’ in Sanskrit. Weddings are a very essential part of our Indian Culture. It not only brings two people together, it is a celebration in itself; and by far one of the biggest celebrations of one’s life. People take months and sometimes years to plan a wedding. The precision and perfection are the two biggest aims. But many are opting for low-key affairs or even plain simple registered marriages. But nothing can take away the charm of a Vedic wedding. It is a special moment in a person’s life, which is made more special by the Vedic rituals and ambience.

Benefits of  Vivah Puja :

  • Blessings of all the Devs and Devis.
  • Blessings of our fore fathers and ancestors.
  • Participation of various family members in the Vidhi.
  • Unionization of two souls as per Vedic beliefs.
  • Unity between the bride and the groom.
  • Physical, Mental, Social, Legal and Spiritual connections between the bride and the groom.
  • Awareness of responsibilities towards each other and each other’s families.
  • Awareness of their duties in the social set up.
  • A chance to procreate with everyone’s blessings.
  • A chance to have janam janam ka saath with your partner.

Puja Samagri :

Samagri that can be provide : Supari, Laung, Roli, Rice, Chandan, Haldi Powder, Haldi Gath, Ganga Jal, Mishri, Dashang, Peeli Sarson, Oil, Dhoop, Kapoor, Ghee, Batti (Round), Batti (Long), Match Stick, Deepak, Agarbatti, Red Cloth, White Cloth, Lakdi, Havan Samagri, Kesar, Panchmeva, Elaichi, Dona, Moli, Itra, Abheer, Gulal, Wheat, Honey, Dhan Ki Kheel, Janeu.

Samagri to be arranged : Paan ka Patta, Mango Leaves, Panchamrit, Fruits, Sweets, Nariyal, Flowers, Dhurwa, Mehendi, Lakdi ki Khooti, Chawli, Chota Patthar, Havan Kund, Aate Ki Loyi, Sukha Aata, Aasan, Paata, Plates / Bowls / Spoons, Kalash.