Archana for each deity

1. Archana for each deity
Chanting of 108 holy names of the God/Goddess by the priest
Archana Item
Quantity
Fruits
Some
Flowers
Some
2. Abhisheka for each deity
An Abhisheka is a ceremony of ablutions and symbolic offerings that include milk, honey, and other items. The ablutions symbolize spiritual purification, and each of the offerings represents fulfillment on every level. Throughout the abhisheka, specific mantras are chanted to invoke blessings that uplift, protect and spiritually benefit us.
Abhishekam Item
Quantity
Milk
1-quart milk cartons
Butter Milk
1-quart cartons
Orange Juice
1-quart cartons
Honey
1 Small bottle
Tender Coconut
1 (If Possible)
Turmeric Powder
1 Small Pocket (If possible)
Flowers
Some
Fruits
Some
Rose water
1 Small Bottle (if possible)
Sandalwood Powder
1 Small Pocket (if possible)
Camphor, Agarbathi
(If Possible)
Cooked Prasadam OR Dry Fruits
Any Prasadam (if possible, Bring New Aluminum Tray To Temple) Without onion Or Garlic.
3. Car Pooja
Car Pooja Item
Quantity
Fruits
Some
Flowers
Some
Lemon Yellow
4
Camphor
(If Possible)
4.Ganapathi Homa
Lord Ganesha is always worshipped before starting any Pooja or Homa. Lord Ganesha, The Vigneshwara removes all obstacles (Vighnas). Performing Ganapathy Homa will give prosperity, health and wealth. Ganapathy Homa should be performed on all auspicious occasions. If anyone is running Ketu dasa or bhakti or Ketu in the horoscope, he can perform Ganapathy Homa and get-relief. For the successful execution of any / all kinds of Functions, performing of Ganapathy Homam is necessary.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 Pkt
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
15 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
12
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Brown sugar
1 Small Pkt
Honey
1 Bottle (small)
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 Pkt
Dry coconut
2
Small piece of Silk (If Possible)
red or green or Yellow
Raisins
1 Pkt
Saffron
1 Pkt
Cloves
1 pkt
Pachha kalpooram (green camphor or edible camphor)
1 Small Pkt
Fire wood chips
1 Pkt
Aluminum baking trays (medium size)
2
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Haven samagiri
1 pkt
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam)
Rava kesari, And Or jagerry pongal And Or modhakam (Kolakatte)
Bricks (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
4 (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
5. Tirukalyanam (Murugan & Sri Meenakshi Wedding)
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt
Sandalwood
powder/tablets/paste
1 Pkt
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
15 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Flower garlands
6 garlands
Banana
12
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Raisins
1 Pkt
Saffron
1 Pkt
Havan samagiri
1 Pkt
Cashews
1 Pkt
Fire wood Stick or chips
1 Pkt
Aluminum baking trays (medium size)
1 Pkt
Almonds
1 Pkt
Ghee
1 pounds
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam )
Any Three Sweet Prasadam (Cooked)
For more details contact the Priest.
6. Navagraha Homa
This homa has the power to counter flaws in the horoscope and enables a person to prosper in life in case astrological defects are the main blocks to his well-being. The homa is done to appease the nine planets i.e. the Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu. To keep all these 9 planets calm and quiet so that our fortune favors us Navagraha Homa and Aradhana is necessary. Every planet has its own importance. It is to get blessings of all the planets.
Homam Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 Pkt
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
30 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
24
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Lemon (yellow)
11
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Brown sugar
1 Small Pkt
Honey
1 Bottle (small)
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 Pkt
Dry coconut
2
Small piece of Silk (If Possible)
red or green or Yellow
Raisins
1 Pkt
Saffron
1 Pkt
Cloves
1 Pkt
Pacha karpooram (green camphor or edible camphor)
1 Small Pkt
Fire wood sticks or chips
1 Pkt
Aluminum baking trays (medium size)
2
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 Pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Havan samagiri
1 pkt
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam )
Till Cooked Rice and Sweet Pongal And White Rice (Everything in Small Quantities)
Nava Dhaanya packets
Each 25 Gms 1.Whole-wheat, 2.Paddy or Rice 3.Thoor Whole Dal 4. Moong Whole Dal 5.Kala Channah Whole Dal 6.White beans 7 Black Till 8. Urid Whole Dal 9.Horse Gram Whole
Navagraha Vastra
(1/4meter cloth pieces 2 red, 2 white, 1 each of Yellow, green, blue, black and mixed color)
Penny's - Copper Coins
21 (If possible )
Bricks (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
4 (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
Pennys are Not Copper 10 Cents are Copper Coins
For more details contact the Priest
7. Satyanarayana Pooja
Satya Narayan is the Narayan form of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an embodiment of truth. Satyanarayana is worshipped commonly by Hindus in their homes with family and friends, usually on a full moon (Purnima) day of the month. In this puja called Satyanarayana Pooja, people worship by reciting the gracious story of Lord Satyanarayana. This story was originally told by Lord Vishnu himself to the sage Narada for the benefit of human kind. This puja is conducted to ensure abundance in one’s life. Many people carry out this puja immediately after or along with an auspicious occasion like a marriage or moving into a new house or any other success in life. The Satyanarayana puja can be performed on any day. It is not a puja confined to any festivities. But Poornima (full moon day) or Sankranti are considered to be most auspicious day for this puja.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 Pkt
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
30 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
24
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Lemon (yellow)
11
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Brown sugar
1 Small Pkt
Honey
1 Bottle (small )
Ghee
1 pounds
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 Pkt
Raisins
1 Pkt
Saffron
1 pkt
Cloves
1 pkt
Pacha karpooram (green camphor or edible camphor)
1 Small Pkt
Almonds
1 pkt
Cashews
1 pkt
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Milk
¼ Gal.
Sathynarayana Swami Photo
1
Nava Dhaanya packets
Each 25 Gms 1.Whole-wheat, 2.Paddy or Rice 3.Thoor Whole Dal 4. Moong Whole Dal 5.Kala Channah Whole Dal 6.White beans 7. Black Till 8. Urid Whole Dal 9.Horse Gram Whole
Navagraha Vastra
(1/4meter cloth pieces 2 red, 2 white, 1 each of Yellow, green, blue, black and mixed color)
Penny's - Copper Coins
21 (If possible)
Naivedyam (prasadam)
Rava kesari (Kesari bath). And all other Prasadam our required (If Possible)
Pennys are Not Copper 10 Cents are Copper Coins
For more details contact the Priest
8. Gruhapravesha
Entering a newly built house for the first time is a very important occasion for any family, since acquiring property is no easy task. It is believed that the new acquisition is susceptible to evil forces and jealousy and therefore various 'safeguard' ceremonies must be performed. Vastu pratishtha, or the construction and occupation of a house, is an important ceremony. The Lord is invited to take residence within the place to enable peace and prosperity for the family conducive for spiritual practices.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 pkt
Lemons
20
Kumkum
1 pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt
Agarbathi
1 pkt
Camphor
1 pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
15 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
12
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Brown sugar
1 Small Pkt
Honey
1 Bottle (small)
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 pkt
Dry coconut
2
Small piece of Silk (If Possible)
red or green or Yellow
Raisins
1 pkt
Saffron
1 pkt
Cloves
1 pkt
Pacha karpooram (green camphor or edible camphor)
1 Small Pkt
Fire wood chips
1 pkt
Aluminum baking trays (medium size)
2
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Havan samagiri
1 pkt
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam )
Rava kesari, And Or jagerry pongal And Or modhakam (Kolakatte)
Milk
1 Gal.
Nava Dhanya packets
Each 25 Gms 1.Whole-wheat, 2.Paddy or Rice 3.Thoor Whole Dal 4. Moong Whole Dal 5.Kala Channah Whole Dal 6.White beans 7. Black Till 8. Urid Whole Dal9.Horse Gram Whole
Navagraha Vastra
(1/4meter cloth pieces 2 red, 2 white, 1 each of Yellow, green, blue, black and mixed color)
Penny's - Copper Coins
21 (If possible )
Swami Photos (God pictures)
 
New vessel for milk boiling
1
Bricks
4
Silk cloth pieces (red or Green or Yellow)
1 Pieces (If Possible)
For more details contact the Priest
9. Anna Prashana
Anna Prashana is a ceremony, where child is fed with solid food for the first time in its life. This Samskara is also known as Phalaprashana Samskara. After the eruption of teeth, the child can be given solid food. Literally it is putting solid food or rice into a child's mouth for the first time. Anna means 'food', especially 'boiled rice'. Prashana means 'eating, feeding', and specifically 'the first feeding of a child'. Food is cooked to the chanting of appropriate Vedic mantras in the presence of friends and relatives.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
Small pkt
Kumkum
Small pkt
Betel leaves
12
Betel nuts
12
Flowers
1 Bouquets
Fruits any variety
6 bananas and other variety
Coconuts
2
Camphor
Small pkt
Incense
1 pkt
Rice payasam for feeding
Some
Book, pen etc. If applicable as per regional customs
 
For more details contact the Priest
10. Akshara Abhyasa (Start of education)
Starting Literacy This is a minor ritual done around the three-year period. The father holds the child's right hand and, to the chanting of priests who asks God's blessings, he helps the child trace the alphabet on a plate of rice with a golden ring. The child is thus initiated into study. The first letter traced is usually "Om" which is the symbol for God and true knowledge in India. Prayers are offered to Ganesh, who removes obstacles, to Saraswathi, the Goddess of learning, and to the Kula Devata, the family deity who protects the entire family tree.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
Small pkt
Kumkum
Small pkt
Betel leaves
12
Betel nuts
12
Flowers
1 Bouquets
Fruits any variety
6 bananas and other variety
Coconuts
2
Camphor
Small pkt
Incense
1 pkt
Rice
1 lbs
Coins any denomination
10 penny's (if possible)
Book. Pencil, pen, slate, black/ white chalk piece
(if Possible)
Any sweet for Naivedyam
 
For more details contact the Priest
11. Seemantham
This is performed during the period between the fifth and the eighth months of pregnancy. The specific materials used during this Samskara, that are for the lady only. They are, the quill of a porcupine, an ear of ripe paddy and some Udumbara leaves. The deity invoked is Rekha, the presiding deity of the full-moon. Their implications are: that the pregnancy should be fruitful; the child should be endowed with sharp and penetrating intellect (like the sharp quill of the porcupine). The child should be beautiful like the full-moon. The gist of the Mantra is: "I beseech the goddess Rekha. May she make this ceremony blameless. May my chair be endowed with sharp intellect. During the ceremony the pregnant woman should enjoy music, especially on the veena. At the close of the ceremony she touches a male calf, symbolizing a son.at the time of pregnancy this is performed for the health and wealth to be born Baby.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt
Agarbathi
1 pkt
Camphor
1 pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
15 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
12
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 Pkt
Dry coconut
2
Raisins
1 Pkt
Saffron
1 pkt
Cloves
1 pkt
Pacha karpooram (green camphor or edible camphor)
1 Small Pkt
Fire wood chips
1 Pkt
Aluminum baking trays (medium size)
2
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Havan samagiri
1 pkt
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam)
Rava kesari, And Or jagerry pongal And Or modhakam (Kolakatte)
Bricks (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
4 (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
Milk
1 cup
Garland if possible
2
Dimes coins copper
21
Dresses
For couple
Sweets Etc. for Family
 
For more details contact the Priest
12. Nama Karan
Namakarana Samskara: The Naming Ceremony. Whenever the child hears the name, he will remember the meaning and purpose hidden in it and will be inspired by samskara.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt (in the Temple no Need)
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt (in the Temple no Need)
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
6 Each
Rice
1 lbs
Dheepam Lamps
1(in the Temple no Need)
Oil
1 Bottle(in the Temple no Need)
Match box
1 (in the Temple no Need)
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt (in the Temple no Need)
Paper towels
1 Roll (in the Temple no Need)
Silver or Plastic Trays
3 (in the Temple no Need)
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
6
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
2
Dimes copper
11 coins
Prasadam
Any Sweets
For more details contact the Priest
13. Chowla (Mundan)
welcomes the baby into the world. The first haircut (called mundan - between 1 and 3 years)
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt (in the Temple no Need)
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt (in the Temple no Need)
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
6 Each
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
6
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
2
Dimes copper
11 coins
Prasadam
Any Sweets
New Dress for Child
 
For more details contact the Priest
14. Punyaha Vaachana
Cleanliness is considered as as important characteristic of religious life. Cleanliness is both external and internal. Seeing God, the Almighty (Darshanam), singing His praise, sprinkling the Holy Water (Prokshana) after worship (Punyahavachanam) and drinking the holy water are all said to clean the devotee both externally and internally.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt (in the Temple no Need)
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt (in the Temple no Need)
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
12 Each
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
6
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
2
Dimes copper
11 coins
Prasadam
Any Sweets
Dheepam Lamps
1(in the Temple no Need)
Oil
1 Bottle(in the Temple no Need)
Match box
1 (in the Temple no Need)
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt (in the Temple no Need)
Paper towels
1 Roll (in the Temple no Need)
Silver or Plastic Trays
3 (in the Temple no Need)
Rice
1 lbs
Saffron
1 pkt
Cardomam (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
For more details contact the Priest
15. Wedding
In Hindu dharma, marriage is viewed as a sacrament and not a contract. Hindu marriage is a life-long commitment of one wife and one husband and is the strongest social bond that takes place between a man and a woman. Grahastha Ashram (the householder stage), the second of the four stages of life begin when a man and a woman marry and start a household. For a Hindu marriage is the only way to continue the family and thereby repay his debt to his/her ancestors. In Hindu view, marriage is not a concession to human weakness, but a means for spiritual growth. Man and woman are soul mates who, through the institution of marriage, can direct the energy associated with their individual instincts and passion into the progress of their souls.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
15 Each
Cardomam (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
12
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Brown sugar
1 Small Pkt
Honey
1 Bottle (small)
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 Pkt
Dry coconut
2
Fire wood chips
1 Pkt
Aluminum baking trays (medium size)
2
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Havan samagiri
1 pkt
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam)
Rava kesari, and Or jagerry pongal
Rock candy or dry fruits or sweets
 
Garlands (total 4)
Big Size : 2
Medium Side : 2
New Dress
For couple
Mangal Sutram
Wedding Rings and Touring's (silver) As per Their Tradition.
Sweets Etc.
 
For more details contact the Priest
16. Upanayana (Thread Ceremony)
A detailed series of life-cycle rituals (samskara, or refinements) mark major transitions in the life of the individual. Especially orthodox Hindu families may invite Brahman priests to their homes to officiate at these rituals, complete with sacred fire and recitations of mantras. Upanayanam is one of them. Yajnopavita or the sacred thread is worn by the Brahmins, Kshatriyas and the Vaisyas. Wearing the sacred thread is a very holy and sacred ceremony amongst.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
15 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
12
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Brown sugar
1 Small Pkt
Honey
1 Bottle (small)
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 Pkt
Dry coconut
2
Fire wood chips
1 Pkt
Aluminium baking trays (medium size)
2
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Havan samagiri
1 pkt
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam)
Rava kesari, and Or jagerry pongal
Rock candy or dry fruits or sweets
 
Garlands
2
New Dress
For VAttu (Boy)
Yajnopavita
Gold and Silver if Possible.
For more details contact the Priest
17. Bhoomi Puja (Ground Breaking Ceremony)
To seek Permission from the Ground (Bhoomi) Deity, to dig the Ground.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 Pkt
Kumkum
1 Pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt
Agarbathi
1 Pkt
Camphor
1 Pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
15 Each
Cardomam (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
12
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Naivedyam (prasadam)
Rava kesari, and Or jagerry pongal
Rock candy or dry fruits or sweets
 
Mixed navadhanyams
1 pkt
Gold, silver, copper, coral, Pagadam
 
Nava Ratnam's
 
Ground breaking shovel
 
Milk
1 Small Can
For more details contact the Priest
18. Naga Dosha Parihara (Sarpa Santhi Homa)
To Perform Pooja For Parihara of Dosha caused by Rahu and Kethu in a person's Horoscope.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 pkt
Kumkum
1 pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt
Agarbathi
1 pkt
Camphor
1 pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
20 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
24
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Lemon (yellow)
11
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Brown sugar
1 Small Pkt
Honey
1 Bottle (small)
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 pkt
Dry coconut
2
Small piece of Silk (If Possible)
red or green or Yellow
Raisins
1 pkt
Saffron
1 pkt
Cloves
1 pkt
Pacha karpooram (green camphor or edible camphor)
1 Small Pkt
Fire wood stiks or chips
1 pkt
Aluminium baking trays (medium size)
2
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Havan samagiri
1 pkt
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam )
Till Cooked Rice And Sweet Pongal And White Rice (Everything in Small Quantities)
Nava Dhanya packets
Each 25 Gms 1.Whole-wheat, 2.Paddy or Rice 3.Thoor Whole Dal 4. Moong Whole Dal 5.Kala Channah Whole Dal 6.White beans 7. Black Till 8. Urid Whole Dal 9.Horse Gram Whole
Navagraha Vastra
(1/4meter cloth pieces 2 red, 2 white, 1 each of Yellow, green, blue, black and mixed color)
Penny's - Copper Coins
21 (If possible )
Bricks (pooja in Temple Not necessary )
4 (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
Silver (idol of snake)
Snake 1 (Jewellery)
For more details contact the Priest
19. Ayush Homam
This Homam is performed to Lord Shiva and Parvathi, so that the devotee performing this homam will get longevity in life. Many combinations of planets presage such undesirable possibility. Ayush Karaka, Lagan lord, the lord of the Eighth, etc. must all be favorable. Is performed for the well-being of the children. If a child finds continuous health problem, the homam is performed.
Item
Quantity
Turmeric powder
1 pkt
Kumkum
1 pkt
Sandalwood powder/tablets/paste
1 pkt
Agarbathi
1 pkt
Camphor
1 pkt
Betel leaves and nuts
15 Each
Cardamom (Elachi)
1 Small Pkt
Flowers
2 Bouquets
Banana
24
5 Variety of fruits
(2 or 5) Each
Lemon (yellow)
11
Coconuts
5
Rice
1 pounds
Brown sugar
1 Small Pkt
Honey
1 Bottle (small)
Ghee
1 pounds
Dates (kajur Dry)
1 pkt
Dry coconut
2
Small piece of Silk (If Possible)
red or green or Yellow
Raisins
1 pkt
Saffron
1 pkt
Cloves
1 pkt
Pacha karpooram (green camphor or edible camphor)
1 Small Pkt
Fire wood stiks or chips
1 pkt
Aluminum baking trays (medium size)
2
Dheepam Lamps
1
Oil
1 Bottle
Match box
1
Cotton wick (small packet)
1 pkt
Paper towels
1 Roll
Silver or Plastic Trays
5
Havan samagiri
1 pkt
Paddy Puffed Rice
200 Gms
Naivedyam (prasadam )
Till Cooked Rice And Sweet Pongal And White Rice (Everything in Small Quantities)
Nava Dhanya packets
Each 25 Gms 1.Wholewheet, 2.Paddy or Rice 3.Thoor Whole Dal 4. Moong Whole Dal 5.Kala Chnna Whole Dal 6.White beans 7. Black Till 8. Urid Whole Dal 9.Horse Gram Whole
Navagraha Vastra
(1/4meter cloth pieces 2 red, 2 white, 1 each of Yellow, green, blue, black and mixed color)
Dimes - Copper Coins
21 (If possible)
Bricks (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
4 (pooja in Temple Not necessary)
Children
New Dresses
Yellow Mustered
1 Bottle
Garlands (if possible)
1
Sweets
Etc.
For more details contact the Priest
20. Hiranya Sraardam
On the day of Annual Ceremony of Parent or Nearest Blood Relative to feed them through mantras.
Item
Quantity
Rice (Raw)
As per like
Moong Dal or Dhoor Dal
As per like
Jaggery
As per like
Honey
As per like
Betel leaves and Nuts
9
Fruits 3 Variety
Banana and any other fruit their Parents liked
Fresh Vegetables
Green Banana and Bitter Melon, any other liked by their parents.
Sesamee seeds (Black)
1 small pkt
Dimes or quarters
6 coin
For more details contact the Priest