Pradosha Puja

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Pradosha Puja - book online to perform Pradosha puja at Anarghyaa.com. We will peform the puja on your behalf by taking sankalpam in your name and send you the prasadam 

Pradosha Puja Prasadam that you will receive:

  • Vibuthi (Sacred Ash)
  • Vilva dalam (Sacred Leaves Offered)

Each month there will be 2 Pradosha

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Pradosha Puja - book online to perform Pradosha puja at Anarghyaa.com. We will peform the puja on your behalf by taking sankalpam in your name and send you the prasadam.

We perform Pradosha Puja every Thrayodashi - Pradosham day every month.

Significance of Pradosha Puja:

Pradosham fast is observed by people on the 13th day of the lunar calendar which is also known as the Trayodashi tithi of the Krishna Paksha and Shukla Paksha, also known as Shivarathri. Pradosh comes twice in a month.

As the name suggests, Pradosha has two meanings...it literally means removal of sins and secondly, its the Dusk time more commonly known as the Godhuli...a time period of about 3hours, divided into 1.5hrs before the sunset and 1.5hrs after sunset thats known as the Pradosh Kaalam

As per the Shiva Purana, Pradosh Vrat is considered to be the most beneficial fast in order to attain health, wealth, and children. The Pradosh Vrat liberates the devotees from all the past and present sins. By observing Pradosham with full devotion and dedication, all the demands are fulfilled by Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati. It is believed that during the Pradosh Kaal Lord Shiva with Ma Parvati perform a Holy Dance on the Mount Kailash in a pleased mood and so, offering puja during this gives an opportunity to remove Negative Karma and fulfilment of all desires. 

It is said that lighting a single deep or just going for darshan in the nearby  shiva temple during the Pradosh Kaalam is enough to please Lord Shiva.People who fasts on Pradosha Tithi not only get all the worldly pleasures but also get freedom from repeated births and rebirths. 

There are different types of Pradosha vratams as per the weekday they fall on which has a different significance and benefit of keeping a fast and they are:

Soma Pradosham  which falls on a Monday helps the devotee attain Good Health and fulfilment of all his wishes.

Bhauma Pradosham / Chevvai Pradosham which falls on a Tuesday cures diseases and blesses the devotee with good health.

Wednesday Pradosh fulfills the wishes of a Person observing the fast.

Guru Pradosh falls on a Thursday helps the devotee to get rid of his seen and unseen enemies.

Shani Pradosh that falls on a Saturday is especially very auspicious and is observed for attaining a happy and blissful married life....also people who are childless should observe a fats on this day and they are blessed with a baby by the Grace of Gauri Shanker.


During Prodhosha time anointing (Abhishekam) the Shiva deity with the Following is considered fruitful:

Milk Gives Long Life
Ghee Gives Moksha state
Curd Gives Good Children
Honey Give Melodious Voice
Rice Powder
[Arisi Podi]
Frees from Debts
Sugar Cane Juice Gives good health and removes enmity
Pancha-amrutham Gives Wealth
Lime Juice Removes fear of Death
Tender Coconut Gives enjoyment and full satisfaction in life
Cooked Rice [Annam] Gives Majestic life
Sandal Gives Lakshmi’s grace
Sugar Removes enmity

Lord Shiva is always known to be easily pleased and through the praise contained in Sri Rudram, the fierce Rudra is calmed and becomes ready to grant us every conceivable blessing as requested in the Chamakam hymn.


Note: 

This puja is performed as Group Sankalpam, if you wish to perfrom individual sankalpam in your name (including your family names), kindly send us a mail to info@anarghyaa.com. We will send you the quote. 

The sacred scriptures prescribe Homam, Abishekam, PujaYantra and Mantra as the ways to offer your prayer to the divine. 

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