Before you use this book-This book is meant for those people who cannot read Sanskrit, Tamil, Malayalam or other Indian Languages.
We have tried to simplify the poojaa method as easy as possible from Sanskrit to English. Step by step method of performing the poojaa are given in detail. We have attempted to make the pronunciations user-friendly. The poojaa method followed in this book is most common in Indian tradition.
To obtain maximum benefit to transliteration, please follow the key instructions given in the book.
Suggestions to simplify this even further, are welcome.
Shree Ganaesha Story
Items required for Poojaa
How to Prepare Prasaad (Kozhukkatai)
Poorvaanga Poojaa (Preliminary)
Vighnaeshwara Pooja (Turmeric Ganaesha)
Vighnaeshwara Uttaraanga Poojaa
Shree Vinaayaka Chaturthee Poojaa (Pradhaana /Main poojaa)
Sankalpaha Mantraahaa (seeking boon)
Kalasha Poojaa (purifying)
Dhyaanam/Aavaahana Mantraa (Inviting God)
Praana pratishthaa mantraahaa (Giving life to the deity)
Samasta Upachaara poojaa (Honouring)
Yaekavimshati Patra Poojaa (offer with leaves)
Yaekavimshati-Pushpa-Poojaa (offer with flowers)
Yaekavimshati-Doorvaayugma-Poojaa (offer with arugampul)
Shree Vighnaeshwara Ashtottara Shata Naamaavalihi (offer with flowers or kumkum)
Uttaraanga Poojaa (Last part of the poojaa)
Kshamaa Praarthana (forgive)
Upaayanadaanam (Honouring the priest / elders)
Punah Poojaa (Sending back the God / Udyaapan)
Ghanaesh pancharatna stotram
Shree rnahara ganaesha stotram
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