PoojaPaath Blogs for Hindu Dharm Understanding

Vasant Panchami - Saraswati Puja, Signifincae, Mantra and Muhurat

Pooja PaathFeb 5, '24

Saraswati Puja is performed to seek the blessings of Goddess Saraswati. She is believed to be the consort of Lord Brahma, who created the Universe with her knowledge. She sits on a swan and has a peacock on her side. She holds a Veena in her hands. Below mentioned are the ritual that should be followed while doing Saraswati Puja.   या कुन्देन्दुतुषारहारधवला या शुभ्रवस्त्रावृता।या वीणावरदण्डमण्डितकरा या श्वेतपद्मासना॥या ब्रह्माच्युत शंकरप्रभृतिभिर्देवैः सदा वन्दिता।सा मां पातु सरस्वती भगवती निःशेषजाड्यापहा॥१॥

Spiritual Ascension – The Deep Dive Within!

Pooja PaathJan 29, '241 comment

The quest to know oneself is the deepest dive that one can make inside of oneself. Only after one has done this deep dark dive within oneself and recovered from it, does it become possible for the individual self to understand this MIRACLE called LIFE, which is the energy that keeps everything in existence meaningful, purposeful, and ALIVE, this energy that is thriving within us also creates the external experiences of our life. READ MORE....!!

Yoga - A gift from Hindu (Sanatani Civilization)

Pooja PaathJun 4, '23

Yoga is an ancient tradition for a healthy life, noting around 10000 year BC in Hindu (Sanatan) Culture. This day was first proposed by Bharat’s Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi during his speech at the UNGA, on 27 September 2014. It was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015 to celebrate this day as International Day of Yoga aka, Yoga Day.

Tags: Pooja, Shiva, Yoga

Why are there 108 beads on a mala?

Pooja PaathDec 8, '20

Why are there 108 beads on a mala? On a mala, or set of mantra counting beads, there are generally 108 beads, or some fraction of that number. The question often arises: "Why are there 108 beads on a mala?" Below are some of the many reasons that have been...

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Benefits of wearing the Rudraksha

Pooja PaathDec 8, '20

In Hindu Religion, Rudraksha Mala beads have been worn by Sages and Yogis since ancient Vedic times for their profound spiritual significance and powerful healing properties and were treated as divine treasure to be cherished. Rudraksha beads, meaning and legends: In sanskrit language, Rudra is another name for god Shiva and ksha means “teardrops”, so Rudraksha can...

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How to Use Mala Beads (5 Easy Ways)

Pooja PaathNov 22, '20

A Mala is a string of beads used to count mantras (Sanskrit prayers) in sets of 108 repetitions as a form of meditation. While this is the primary way to use malas, there are several other ways to practice with them to strengthen your mind and heal your mind, body, and heart. 

Importance of Daily Pooja In Our Life

Pooja PaathNov 22, '201 comment

Doing pooja together as a family every day, creates a ritual of the entire family spending time together. With smartphones, and TV, today even when we spend time together as a family, we either watch TV together, or look at our phones when we are supposed to be paying attention to each other.

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Karwa Chauth Puja Vidhi | Karva Chauth Vrat Vidhi

Pooja PaathNov 2, '201 comment

We would try to keep aside all myths and glamour added to Karwa Chauth rituals mainly by cinema and TV shows. However we recognize and give cinema the due credit to make the day of Karwa Chauth so popular not only in India but also among all Indians across the globe.