The worshipper gets blessings of both Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati in their combined form
It brings Peace, Prosperity, Protection & Happiness to the worshipper
Worshipping Lord Ardhnarishvar bestows Respect, Harmony and Affection between Husband & Wife and helps to restore cordial marital relations
Swasti Vachan, Shanti Path, Sankalp, Ganesh Sthapan, Kalash Sthapan, Lakshmi Sthapan, Lord Ardhnarishwar Sthapan, Navgrah Sthapan, Brahma Sthapan, Agni Sthapan, Invocation of all Gods and Goddesses, Navgrah Mantra Japa (1 mala for each planet), Recitation of Ardhnarishwar stotram for 108 times, Shiva Shakti Mantra Japa, Ardhnarishwar Puja, Homam with Honey, Ghee, Sugar, Til, Ashtagandh, Sandalwood powder, Navgrah Samidha and then Purnahuti, Aarti, Prasad to Brahmins
Karpur Gauram Karunavataram, Sansara Saram Bhujagendra Haaram,
Sada Vasantam Hridayaravinde, Bhavam Bhavani Sahitam Namami
Please note that if you opt for a VCD recording then you will get a Recorded VCD of around 45 minutes which will have essence of Puja including Sankalp, Puja, Homam and Aarti.
The exact Date and Timings of Online Ardhnarishwar Puja will be informed to you through an email and your representatives are most welcome to attend the same.
Prasadam of Ardhnarishwar puja will be sent via couriers. This Prasadam includes the below listed items that have been energized during the puja and supposed to carry the blessings of the puja to the client :
Please provide these information in the fields provided above along with the main image. Alternately you have an option of mailing us this information through email along with your Photo (if you wish) at the mail ID given below after you have placed your order.
All the pujas will be performed at Ahmedabad, India and the venue will be finalized by our purohits depending upon the type of Puja. The date is normally within 3 days of the receipt of the order unless it calls for a particular date either due to the customer’s choice or due to the type of Puja which requires to be performed on some specific Tithi (date according to the Hindu calendar) as per Vedic Shastras.