Homam is a hindu ritual where offerings are made into a sacred fire. The origin word of the Homam is 'ha' which means 'offering' or 'sacrifice' in Sanskrit. Homam is also called havan but the meaning and the procedure is same everywhere.
Special Occasions Puja is a ceremony or ritual during which we make offerings to a deity in order to receive blessings or good fortune as prasad. The complete act of Puja is a symbolic means of showing devotion to a deity and surrendering oneself, as a mark of Devotion.
Vratham or Vrat is a Sanskrit word means "vow, resolve, devotion “and refers to the practice of austerity, particularly in matters related to foods and drinks by people in Hindu culture, as part of a pious observance or prayers seeking health, prosperity, fertility, long life or happiness for her loved ones.
Gruhapravesam is a Sanskrit word and a formal puja with fairly elaborate rituals which is done before shifting to a new house to cleanse the place from all the evil forces. All the Poojas performed during Gruhapravesam helps to bring good fortune.
Utsavlu a celebrations conducted in temples and there are Sastraic injunctions as regards conducting utsavas. Utsavam is an indispensable celebration when once the deity (idol) is installed in the temple. Utsavam should be celebrated for one day, three days or seven days in the very same month in which the deity was installed, because non-celebration of Utsavam will render the installation ineffective.
Marriage or Vivaham is one of the most significant events in one’s life. It indicates the transitional state from Brahmacharyam to Grihasthashramam. Performing Kalyana pooja acts as an invitation to the many Gods and Goddesses by performing various rituals to come and bless the couple.
Corporate Puja’s are performed depending on the nature of business, for reducing the risk factors and removal of obstructions so that your venture is successful and is protected from evil forces. Puja will be performed based on the requested packages Monthly/Weekly/Daily etc.