How will the Puja be performed?
The puja will be performed in the following manner:- The Acharya will receive details of all the pujas to be performed and will assign your puja to a particular Panditji and schedule it. The designated Panditji will perform only one puja at a time. Your Panditji will receive your details and will study it to create a “Sankalpa” or a Statement of Purpose for the Puja. This is very important since it has to align with your purpose. Just before the Puja starts, a call will be placed to you so that Your Panditji can get you to recite the Sankalpa with him. This marks the beginning. You can also attend this puja live via Google meet. While the Puja is being done, you should try to sit in a quiet corner in your house or in a temple and recite “Om Mahalakshmyai Namah” continuously. At the end of the Puja, Your Panditji will call you again to transfer the positive energy generated during the Puja. This process is known as “Shreya Dana” or “Sankalp Purti”. This marks the end of the Puja.
Will my Physical Presence be required?
No. The beauty of this process is that you are not physically required to be present while the Puja is being done.
What details do you need to perform this Puja?
To perform the Lakshmi Puja we need the following from you:-
Full Name, Gotra (Not Mandatory), Current City of Residence including State, Country, Statement of Purpose, etc.
How long is the Lakshmi Puja?
Generally, it takes around 4 to 4.5 hours. To get maximum benefits it is advisable to chant “Om Mahalakshmyai Namah” while your Puja is being performed.
How do you personalise the Puja for me?
We personalise the Puja for you in the following manner:- A dedicated Panditji is allocated to perform your Puja. For 4 to 4.5 hours he performs the Puja only for you. Now you can also attend the live puja by using Google meet. The Statement of Purpose given by you is the basis of the “Sankalpa” which Your Panditji gets you to recite before your Puja begins. This is done over a phone call. At the end of the Puja, you get one more phone call to collect the spiritual energy generated during the procedure. This is known as “Shreya Dana” or “Sankalp Purti”.
After performing this Puja when can I expect results?
The Lakshmi Puja is a very powerful process and it generates a considerable amount of positive energy. The strength of your “Sankalpa” or the Statement of Purpose determines how effective it will be. When this Puja is done with full involvement and faith you will get the results within 2 to 3 months.
Can I perform this Puja regularly?
Yes, this Puja can be performed regularly primarily for the following purposes:- If the “Sankalpa” or the Statement of Purpose is too big, just one Puja might not be sufficient to give you enough spiritual energy to overcome the obstacles in your path. You might have to repeat the Puja on a monthly basis to get the desired results. If the planetary combinations affecting you negatively are too strong, the amount of spiritual energy required is higher and the Puja can be repeated in that case too. If you have significantly huge “dosha” or negative influences by birth, then this Puja done on a monthly basis can work wonders for you. Depending on the situation, It may take a few months before the results start showing, but performing it regularly does create a positive upward spiral for you.
Is performing a Puja better than other remedies like Gemstone, Yantra, or Rudraksha?
Generally speaking, Gemstone and Rudraksha have a lifelong purpose when they are worn. A Puja can have a specific purpose in the short term.
The combination of wearing a Gemstone or a Rudraksha and performing a Puja is a very powerful one, especially when you want to achieve a huge goal or want to escape from the negative effects of adverse planetary combinations.
Will this puja also help my family members too?
Yes, it can help your family members, neighbours, friends, acquaintances, in short, EVERYONE. It is however advisable to have one Puja performed for only one person at a time. Otherwise, it might not be effective for anyone involved in the process.