Bhoomi Pooja

According to Hindu scriptures Bhoomi (Earth) is the mother of all the beings. Dharitri, as she is referred to, has borne was all with her patience. We bring a change to her, when raise a house/building or farm the land for agricultural needs. Through Bhoomi Pooja, We benevolently seek acceptance and amnesty for our actions that may upset the balance of mother earth.

According to Hindu scriptures Bhoomi (Earth) is the mother of all the beings. Dharitri, as she is referred to, has borne was all with her patience. We bring a change to her, when raise a house/building or farm the land for agricultural needs. Through Bhoomi Pooja, We benevolently seek acceptance and amnesty for our actions that may upset the balance of mother earth. Hindu Scriptures (Vedas and Puranas) have associated bhoomi pooja a great significance and has whole list of mantras to pacify the adversity that may arise out of the disturbance caused to the equilibrium.
North east corner of the plot is chosen for the pooja as it is believed that north east is the direction of God and considered most auspicious direction in vastu shastra. According to the vaastu shastra, north-east direction has the most powerful, positive and progressive energies. Once these positive energies enter your home, they enrich you with health, prosperity, wealth, and happiness.

In the north-east corner, a pit is dug. A copper kalash containing navratnas (nine gems), piece of gold, a silver coin, taambula (betel leaves), cereals and jaggery is put inside the pit dug. The pit is covered with bricks and cements. This is the sacred offering to Vaastu Purusha. After the offering, Vaastu purusha is invoked for blessings.

Pooja Vidhi (Proceduce)

1. Ganapathi Pooja
2. Punyahavachana
3. Ritwick Varanam
4. Kalasha Pooje
5. Yantra Aaradhana
6. Bhoomi pooja
7. Vaastu Purusha aavahana
8. Vaastu purusha pooja
9. Aashirwada

Materials Include:
1. Daana items (Vastra, Dhana and cereals)
2. Kalasha Samagri (navratnas (nine gems), piece of gold, a silver coin, taambula (betel leaves), cereals and jaggery).
3. Flowers, Fruits and Coconuts for the pooja.

Number of Purohits: 1

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