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Janamdin Sanskar
Janmdin puja is performed in order to remove the obstacles and to have a prosperous year ahead
Shadi-Vivah Sanskar
is according to the rituals and Vedic norms of Hinduism. Rituals, Puja and Preeti bhoj can be performed at our Mandir
Grah-Pravesh Puja Havan
is performed on the occasion of an individual's first entry into their new home.
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Last rites - Antyesti Sanskar
is samskara refers to the funeral rites for the dead in Hinduism
Mundan Sanskar
is a Hindu sanskar, in which a child receives their first haircut.
Shri Satya Narain Katha-Pujan
Satya means “truth” and narayana means, “The highest being” so Satyanarayan means “The highest being who is an embodiment of Truth”.

Mundan Sanskar

The Mundan is a Hindu sanskar, in which a child receives their first haircut.
According to the Sanatan tradition this sanskar should take place at the end of first year or before the expiry of the third year, but not later than the seventh year of age. The child’s hair is shaved completely leaving only the śikhā i.e. the crown of the head.
In tradition, the hair from birth is associated with undesirable traits from past lives. Thus at the time of the mundan, the child is freshly shaven to signify freedom from the past and moving into the future. The rite is performed as a special ceremony for young girls and boys.
The Mundan sanskar can be performed as per Sanatan traditions by our Pandit ji. Head shaving, Puja and Preeti bhoj can be conducted at the Mandir.
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Shri Satya Narain Katha

The Satyanarayan Puja is a religious worship of the Hindu god. Satya means “truth” and narayana means, “The highest being” so Satyanarayan means “The highest being who is an embodiment of Truth”.
Sri Satya Narayan katha is performed to get the divine blessings of health, wealth, prosperity, opulence, education; relief from troubles and sickness. It can also be performed because of success in business or career growth; during social functions like marriages, house-warming ceremonies, naming of the children and so on.
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Janmdin Sanskar

Janam Din or Birthday is the most special Occasion in everyone’s life. Janmdin is the day when we marked our presence in to this world. Janmdin puja is performed in order to remove the obstacles and to have a prosperous year ahead. It is important that we remember and thank the god on this special day of our life.
Puja Sanskar can be performed at our Mandir by our Pandit ji. The Puja is performed with all the associated rituals and prayers to seek the Divine Blessings for you & your family.
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Grah-Pravesh

Griha Pravesh is a Hindu ceremony performed on the occasion of an individual’s first entry into their new home. The Grah-Pravesh puja is performed in various stages during the construction and entry of the home. Once the home is ready, the individual has to find an auspicious time to conduct the puja, in consultation with an astrologer or Hindu priest.
Graha Pravesh is popular in three forms:
  • “Apoorva”, which is performed upon the first entry into a new home,
  • “Sapoorva”, which is done when an individual enters the home after arriving from a foreign land, and
  • “Dwandwah”, which is done when the individual enters the home after reconstruction or renovation, which might be due to fire, flood or earthquake. Among others, various Puja recommended are the Vastu Pujan and Vastu Shanti. After the Griha Pravesh is performed, one may enter their new house.
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Sadhi-Vivah Sanskar

Vivāha (Sanskrit) or Vivah is marriage as it is practiced in the Indian subcontinent. The word vivāha originated as a sacred union of people as per Vedic traditions, i.e. what many call marriage, but based on cosmic laws and advanced ancient practices.
Under Vedic Hindu traditions, marriage is viewed as a lifelong commitments of one wife and one husband. In India, marriage has been looked upon as having been designed by the cosmos and considered as a “sacred oneness witnessed by fire itself.”
The Hindu wedding ceremony may vary in minor details from region to region, and different priests may adopt some variations.
SMS can facilitate the Vivah ceremony according to the rituals and Vedic norms of Hinduism. Rituals, Puja and Preeti bhoj can be performed at our Mandir.
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Last rites

Last rites or Antyesti means “last sacrifice”, and refers to the funeral rites for the dead in Hinduism, which usually involves cremation of the body. This rite of passage is the last samskara in a series of traditional life cycle sanskars that start from conception in Hindu tradition. It is also referred to as Antima Sanskar.
SMS can facilitate in arranging condolence meet, Pind-Dhan puja, Barsi-pujan and any other relevant rituals and ceremony to Antim Sanskar. SMS can also arrange for preetibhoj.
For details and booking please contact SMS Pandit