Traditional Hindu value system holds a special importance for the blessings of the lord to grow the business. This section is offering a range of such Pujas which you can choose from and book a pandit of your choice to conduct the same.
According to Hindu culture, the land is considered as a mother. Bhoomi is the Hindu goddess of Mother Earth. Before the start of any construction a puja is performed which is called as Bhoomi Pujan. This puja is conducted to get the permission from Deva Bhoomi along with their blessings and help. Bhoomi Pujan Vidhi depends on quality of the land and purpose of the construction to be undertaken. If construction of a group of residential housing is the objective then Kubera Lakshmi mantras can be sung to increase sales of individual homes. If erection of a manufacturing factory is the objective, then adding a Vishwakarma Puja is suitable. Basically, Bhoomi Puja Vidhi can be altered so that it bears the sweetest fruits for the person concerned. If there are any legal problems / disputes related to land then Sudarshana Kalabhairava puja will be useful, If the enemy is equal / more powerful / strong, then the power of Bagalamukhi Brahmastra works well. Like Vastu Puja, Bhoomi Pujan is better if done in the Bhoomi, that is, call the Pandits to the site and conduct puja. However, Bhoomi Pujan can also be done remotely, you can send small samples taken from eight different locations of Bhoomi, Pandit will consecrate the sand, conduct all the rituals and send it back to you.
Benefits of Bhoomi Pujan:
By performing this puja one is paying his regards to Vastu Purusha.
This puja helps in getting the blessings of the lord so that you can carry out any activities on that land without any trouble... Learn More
Lord Vishwakarma is described as the celestial architect who gave shape to the whole universe by his own hands. Lord Vishwakarma's name in Sanskrit means "Everything that Makes" and as per Vedic accounts many notable architectural marvels are attributed to his name. As a sign of reverence he is worshiped as the patron of all engineers, architects, craftsmen, artisans, weavers, mechanics, blacksmiths, welders, industrial workers and factory workers. Some of the notable architectural works by Lord Vishwakarma are Lanka, City of Dwarka, Indraprastha, Hastinapur, Flying Chariots of Gods and Swarga (Heaven). Padyami fall into the first day of Kartika Masa, Vishwakarma Puja is observed on the fourth day of Diwali, i.e. the day after Diwali. In some parts of the country including Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Orissa Vishwakarma Puja is observed on 17 September each year and does not change according to the lunar calendar... Learn More