Ganesh Sthapan & Mandap Muhurt

Special Instructions

  • If the rituals are done at home then the host will need to dig on the left side of the main entrance (while exiting the house), Manek Stambh Poojan will be done there.

  • In case of rituals are to be done outside in a banquet hall, please arrange a small garden-pot with Tulsi plant, Manek-Stambh rituals will be done in a Pot.

  • Pithi can be done before or after GrahShanti, there’s not set sequence or rule for that.

Instructions

  • Fasting by everyone who will sit for Poojan is preferred.

  • The Poojan will be done facing East or North or NE.

  • Quietness is required so the cell-phones should be on vibration or silent mode.

  • Leather belts, wallets or leather wrist watch must be kept away during the Poojan.

List of Items (Please contact if any of the items cannot be found)

  • 3 Bajoth (usually 16” x 16” in size), Red & White Cloth

  • Ganesh Idol, Coconut (2), Clay Pots (2)

  • Mindhal (3), Manek Stambh, Copper Kalash (2) Whole Wheat (1 LB), Rice (2 LB)

  • Steel Dish, Spoons and Bowls (3 each), Kumkum, Chandan

  • Tulsi leaves, Durwa Grass, loose Flowers, 1 Garlands, Dollar Bills (5), Coins (10)

  • Sopari (36), Nagarvel Leaves (12), Mukhwas, Nadachhadi, Janoi (sacred thread) 

  • Water, Panchamrut, Ghee-Gud or Laddu, Sweets or Gud-Dhana

  • Incense Sticks, (3) Diya, cotton wicks soaked in ghee, Aarti, Match Box

 

Sequence

  • Session 1 - Ganesh Poojan by the Bride (or the Groom) – About 25 Minutes

  • Session 2 - Ganesh Poojan & Mandap Poojan/Manek Stambh – By parents – About 90 Minutes)

  • Session 3 - Pithi & Conclusion of Poojan with Aarti. - About 15 to 30 Minutes.

  • (Sometimes the Pithi is done Separately on a different day)

 

Dakshina charges to perform this rituals are $351.00

There will be additional $251.00 charge if  requested to bring most of the required items (with few exceptions.)