Unlock the power of Anushthan, a sacred ritual of divine invocation and spiritual practice. Discover the transformative potential of Anushthan as you delve into its ancient traditions, mystical techniques, and spiritual significance. Experience the profound connection with the divine, inner purification, and spiritual upliftment that Anushthan offers. Explore the various types of Anushthan and embark on a sacred journey of self-discovery, healing, and spiritual growth.

Graha Shanti Anushthan

Graha Shanti Anushthan is one of the most effective pujas performed to drive away the negative effects of the afflicted planets and get relieved from the Graha doshas.

Maa Katyayani Anushthan

Single people especially girls who are facing problems of delayed marriage worship Maa Katyayani to overcome their problems. The delay can be due to many doshas in their kundli.

Meenakshi Devi Anushthan

Meenakshi Devi Anushthan is a special puja performed to invoke the blessings of Goddess Parvathi also known as Meenakshi Devi and her husband Shiva also known as Sundareswara together to gain their blessings for a happy married life.

Maa Kamakhya Anushthan

Maa Kamakhya is a tantric Goddess of desire. She is also known as Kali and Maha Tripura Sundari. She is now believed to reside in the Kampur – Kamkhya Temple in Nilachal Hills of Guwahati, Assam.

Rog Nivaran Anushthan

Rog Nivaran Anushthan with Rog Nivaran Puja is done to invoke the blessings of Lord Hanuman to free ourselves from miseries and troubles.

Maha Mrityunjaya Anushthan

Maha Mrityunjaya Anushthan with Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra Jaap is done to invoke the blessings of Lord Shiva to gain the courage to face fear, untimely death, fertility issues and gain success against all these problems.

Lord Ganesha Anushthan

Lord ganesha is worshipped before starting any new venture or purchasing a house. This puja is done to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha to achieve success without any hurdles coming our way.

Navagraha Anushthan

The word Navagraha is a combination of two words where Nava means Nine and graha is the planet so Navagraha refers to the nine celestial bodies who in HInduism are given great importance.

Asht Lakshmi Anushthan

Asht Lakshmi Anushthan is performed to seek the blessings of eight different forms of Goddess Lakshmi to achieve eight different forms of wealth for a prosperous life.

Padmanabh Venkatesh Anushthan

Padmanabh Venkatesh Anushthan is done to worship Lord Vishnu to seek his blessings for materialistic gains or for some particular wish to be granted.

Das Mahavidya Anushthan

Each Goddess stands for her own individual quality and blessings which is beneficial for us. Das Mahavidya or Ten Goddesses stand for understanding, knowledge, enlightenment, and nirvana.

Maa Kamala Anushthan

Maa Kamala is one of the Das Mahavidya forms of Maa Kali who stands for fertility, wealth, and prosperity. She is depicted with four hands out of which two hands hold a lotus and the other two hands shower blessings.

Vashikaran Anushthan

Vashikaran is an ancient vedic art of Tantra and Mantra used to control someone else’s mind. It is a legacy to fulfill one’s desires.

Vidya Prapti Anushthan

Goddess Saraswati is the mother of Chatur vedas and is the consort of Lord Brahma who is the creator of this universe.

Vighnaharta Ganpati Anushthan

One of the most revered deities is Lord Ganesha as he is the supreme power and is the remover of obstacles.

Vyapar Vridhi Anushthan

Business is one aspect where one cannot prejudge the outcome.

Importance of performing puja at various Hindu temples

Hinduism is recognized as one of the oldest religions in the world and is also called “the eternal tradition” or the “Sanatana Dharma”
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