In the Vedic tradition, ceremonies are recommended for every major event in life. Although spiritual wellbeing is considered the goal and the most important thing, there are also ceremonies recommended for other events in one’s life that support one’s spiritual development. Some of these are ceremonies for when one moves into a new house, installs a shrine in their home or a ritual to invoke more happiness and peace. Then there are ceremonies for spiritual upliftment. We recommend all these ceremonies, so please get in touch with us so we can look after your wellbeing.
Why not perform all ceremonies at various milestones in your life? Let us know when you book and we’ll be in touch.
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Griha Pravesh, literally means entering a home. This ceremony is done to sanctify the house and remove any inauspiciousness in the premises before making it one’s residence. It is not only done for homes but should be done for workplaces, businesses, shops etc. This ceremony is performed in the new home.
Shanti puja is a periodic ceremony that is performed at home for general well-being and celebration of special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries or any other important events you see fit and is recommended once a year. Shanti means peace, and as we are all looking for peace, this ceremony helps when something feels out of balance.
Narasimha Deva is an avatar of Lord Krishna, He is specially known as the fearsome protector for those who take shelter of Him. A Narasimha homa is performed with the intent of protection, removal of subtleties, bringing peace and prosperity to the home, and seeking the loving grace of Sri Narasimha Bhagavan.
Welcoming a deity to your home is a must for those interested in spiritual life. The deity is the personification of God, and inviting Him to live with you is a great blessing. Having a deity at home is an ancient practice, and helps one connect to God on a very personal basis. You look after Him as a member of the house. You can bathe Him, feed Him, clothe Him, converse with Him, and learn to love Him. The welcoming ceremony is a pompous ceremonial welcome!
Bhagavata katha is the crest jewel of all kathas and vrats! All vows, austerities, sacrifices, and charities reside in the very potent celebration of Bhagavata Katha. “To hear about Kṛṣṇa from Srimad Bhagavatam is greatly righteous activity. And for one who hears about Kṛṣṇa, Lord Kṛṣṇa, who is dwelling in everyone’s heart, acts as a best-wishing friend and purifies the devotee who constantly engages in hearing of Him.” – Srimad Bhagavatam 1.2.18. This service can be done as one session presentation or series of sessions as requested. All talks are informative, bite-size (understandable), relevant to today’s life and engaging!