Embarking on Blessings: Essential Griha Pravesh Puja Samagri and Rituals

Griha Pravesh, a significant milestone in one's life, is marked with a grand ceremony filled with rituals and prayers. Central to this auspicious occasion is the Griha Pravesh Puja, for which a variety of essential items, known as Puja Samagri, are required. Each item holds its own significance and contributes to the sanctity and auspiciousness of the ceremony. Let's delve into the essential Griha Pravesh Puja Samagri and rituals:

Griha Pravesh Puja Samagri:
Coconuts - 2
Gola - 1
Cardamom (Ilaichi) - 10 grams
Cloves (Long) - 10 grams
Camphor (Kapoor) - 1 packet
Milk - 250 grams
Curd - 250 grams
Honey (Shahad) - 50 ml
Crystal sugar (Misari) - 50 grams
Vermilion (Roli) - 1 packet
Rice - 500 grams
Betel nuts (Supari) - 11
Betel leaves (Pan leaf) - 10
Mango leaves (as per requirement)
Assorted fruits (as per requirement)
Pure milk sweets - 500 grams
Sacred thread (Kalawa/Moli) - 2 rolls
Basil leaves (Tulsi) - as per requirement
Flowers - as per requirement
Rough towels - 2
Dhoti/Vastra - 2 (for Ganesh/Satyanarayan Puja)
Sari/Vastra - 1 (for Gauri Puja)
Blouse piece - 1 (for Gauri Puja)
Bangles and Bindi (for Gauri Puja)
Pure ghee - 500 grams
Sacred thread (Janeu/Yagyopavit) - 5
Incense sticks (Dhoop batti) - 1 packet
Incense sticks (Agarbatti) - 1 packet
Round wicks for lamp - 1 packet
Brass lamp (Deepak) - 2
Turmeric powder (Haldi) - 50 grams
Yellow cloth - 1.25 meters
Red cloth - 1 piece
Yellow mustard seeds - 25 grams
Durba grass
Fragrance (Itra) - 1
Mixed dry fruits (Panch Meva) - 250 grams
Black gram lentils (Dal Udad Black) - 50 grams
Copper or earthen pot (Kalash) - 2
Holy basil plant (Tulsi) - 1
Sesame seeds (Kala Til) - 250 grams
Barley grains (Jou) - 200 grams
Pattals - 5
Seven types of grains (Sapt Dhanya)
Hawan Kund
Hawan Samagri - 1 packet
Dry wood for havan
Photo of Lord Satya Narayan Ji
Griha Pravesh Puja Rituals:
In addition to arranging the Puja Samagri, certain rituals are performed during the Griha Pravesh Puja, including:

Vastra Daan: Offering clothes and other items to the pandit.
Patra Daan: Offering utensils made from copper, silver, or steel.
Ganesh/Satyanarayan Puja: Worshipping Lord Ganesh or Lord Satyanarayan for blessings and prosperity.
Gauri Puja: Invoking the blessings of Goddess Gauri for marital bliss and harmony in the new home.
Havan: Conducting a sacred fire ritual to purify the environment and ward off negative energies.
Arranging the Griha Pravesh Puja Samagri with utmost devotion and purity is essential, as these items contribute to the sanctity and success of the ceremony. May the blessings of the divine shower upon you as you embark on this auspicious journey of Griha Pravesh.

For more insights on Griha Pravesh rituals and customs, stay tuned to our blog for future updates and guidance on auspicious beginnings.


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