DAILY POOJA

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Arulmigu Sri Angalaparameswari Amman - Archana                      Rs150.

(Archana will be done on the selected date by the devotee and Prashadam will be sent by Post)

Archana is a special, personal, abbreviated puja done by temple priests in which, the name, birth star and family lineage of a devotee are recited to invoke individual guidance and blessings. Archana also refers to chanting the names of the Deity, which is a central part of every puja. The Sanskrit meaning is "honouring, praising."

 

Sahasranama Archana and Naivedyam                                                  Rs500.

(Sahasranama Archana & Naivedyam will be done on the selected date by the devotee and Prashadam will be sent by Post)

Sahasranāma is a Sanskrit term for a type of Hindu scripture in which a deity is referred to by 1,000 or more different names. Sahasranamas are classified as stotras, or hymns of praise, a type of devotional scripture.

Naivedyam means is food offered to a Hindu deity as part of a worship ritual, before eating it. As such, tasting during preparation or eating the food before offering it to God is forbidden. The food is placed before a deity and prayers are offered

 

Arulmigu Sri Angalaparameswari Amman - Abhishekam             Rs1000.

(Abhishekam will be done on the selected date by the devotee and Prashadam will be sent by Post)

Abhisheka, also called Abhishekam, is conducted by priests, by pouring libations on the image of the deity being worshipped, amidst the chanting of mantras. Usually, offerings such as milk, yogurt, ghee, honey, Panchaamrutam, sesame oil, rosewater, sandalwood paste may be poured among other offerings depending on the type of abhishekam being performed. 

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