The tools and all implements of vocation are first cleaned. All the tools, machines, vehicles and other devices are then painted or well polished after which they are smeared with turmeric paste, sandalwood paste (in the form of a tilak and kumkuma). Then, in the evening, previous to the puja day, they are placed on an cleaned platform and decorated with flowers.
Key Insights :
Ayudha Pooja is done to worship all the material realms one utilizes in his/her livelihood.
All the instruments used in our daily-life are cleaned and worshipped on this day.
Gains involvement in anything he does and can make best in his field.
Main Samagri needed are Aval pori(puffed Rice) , Vellam(Jaggery).
Our Promise :
Vedic Patashala certified and experienced priests.
All rituals follow Vedic Standards and Procedures.
High quality samagri to ensure a pleasant Pooja experience.
It is a worship of whatever implements, one may use in our day to day life. It will also help one to maintain constant remembrance of the divine. In India it is customary for one to prostrate before the tools one will use before starting one’s work each day; this is an expression of gratitude to God for helping one to fulfil one’s duties. Almost all the weapons which we use in our day to day use like knife, scissors, stoves, and in factories all machineries, computers, vehicles will be washed and done the pooja with a request and nothing harm shall be done from these utensils and do good to everything.
This Ayudha puja is being celebrated since ancient times. The importance of Ayudha Puja on this occasion may also be due to the fact that on the Vijayadasami day, Arjuna took back his weapons which he had hidden in a SHAMEE VRUKSHA in order to lead a life in disguise for the promised period of exile. It is believed that one who begins or renovates his learning to work on the Vijayadasami day will secure a grand success as Arjuna did in Kurukshetra war.
The tools and all implements of vocation are first cleaned. All the tools, machines, vehicles and other devices are then painted or well polished after which they are smeared with turmeric paste, sandalwood paste (in the form of a tilak and kumkuma. Then, in the evening, previous to the puja day, they are placed on an cleaned platform and decorated with flowers. In the case of weapons of war, they are also cleaned, decorated with flowers . On the morning of the puja that is on the Mahanavami day, they are all worshipped along with the images of , Lakshmi, Saraswathi and Parvati. We have to do the worship these deities with the anusandhana of Parvatyantargatha Shivantargatha, Saraswathi Bharathi deviantargatha Mukhyapranthargatha, Sri Lakshmi Narayana. We have to place Books and musical instruments on the pedestal for worship. On the day of the puja, these are not to be disturbed. The day is spent in worship and contemplation.
When To Perform Ayudha Pooja?
This pooja is performed on the ninth day of Navaratri. It can be performed in home, shops and offices.
This pooja is performed to the Lord to receive blessings upon ones profession and business.
Doing this pooja helps the person in achieving great success in his personal and professional life.
Login With Social Connect :
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Yes, you can pay the partial amount as token advance to confirm your booking. You can pay the balance amount after the Pooja with cash directly to our Priests or through Online transfer (Click on “Pay-Balance” button in your My- Account section corresponding to your order number.