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Atilaghu Devi Pooja - Most Powerful daily Devi pooja in just 20 min

Performing deva-pooja has great significance in one’s spiritual journey and is an important tradition that is followed across Bharata. The Divine Mother is worshipped as Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi, and Goddess Saraswati is worshipped. In this course, Shri. Raghunandan will be teaching us to perform a simple Devi pooja with materials easily available. Apart from performing this on special occasions like Navaratra, if incorporated into daily routine, this can provide lasting material and spiritual benefits.

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Learning Outcomes :

  • Systematic, step-by-step, authentic pooja paddhati. 
  • Immerse in Devi Bhakti. 
  • Enjoy the act of doing pooja to the devi daily. 

What are the materials/support you get?  

  • Anytime access to recordings of both Video and Audio for repeated listening.
  • Pooja Paddhati in PDF format.

Checklist of Pūjā items required: 

  • Bell (Ghaṇṭā)
  • Ārati plate / Ekārati / Pancārati deepa
  • Pancapātra uddharaṇe - Pooja tumbler and spoon – 1 set per person performing pūjā
  • Copper / Brass / Silver plates or trays for keeping items – 5 nos
  • Brass / Silver lamp (Dīpa / Kuttuviḷakku) for worshipping – Place it on a raised platform / stool, fill with oil and place 2 cotton wicks. Decorate the lamp with Candana and Kuṅkuma
  • Seat for the person performing worship – Wooden plank / Pūjā Mat
  • Coins for offering – 2 nos
  • Pure water – fill the Pancapātra with water and have some extra available in a vessel
  • Haridrā (Turmeric) 25g – in a small cup
  • Kuṅkuma (Kumkum) 25g – in a small cup
  • Candana (Sandal powder) – 2 teaspoons in a small cup dissolved in a few drops of water to make a paste
  • Akṣata (Take 50g Raw rice, add a tsp of Ghee and a tsp of Turmeric and mix well. Take the prepared Akṣata in a small cup)
  • Cotton wicks – 10. Soak in ghee/oil beforehand.
  • Oil for lamp – 50ml
  • Camphor – 5nos
  • Agarbatti (Incense sticks) / Dhoop – 2nos
  • Agarbatti stand (can be substituted by a banana/rice in a small tumbler)
  • Matchbox

Ingredients for offering (optional, can be chosen as per availability, can be substituted by akṣata in case it is not available)

  • Coconut – 1 
  • Betel leaves – 4nos
  • Betel nuts – 4 pieces / 2 small packets
  • Fruits – Dry or Fresh fruits as per availability
  • Flowers – Tied garlands and untied flowers as per availability
  • Tulasī – a few leaves 
  • Pañcāmṛta snāna items - Milk, Curd, Honey, Ghee, Fruits (can be mixed and taken in a small bowl. A small quantity of honey / honey-ghee / honey-curd mixture can be taken separately for Madhuparka).
  • Cotton cloth/blouse piece 
  • Upavīta (sacred thread) 
  • Bangles / other auspicious ornaments 
  • Naivedya – Śālyanna / Pāyasa / other dishes can be prepared as per family tradition. Any available dry/fresh fruits/jaggery/sugar crystals can also be used. The most important is to perform the pūjā with śraddhā and bhakti. 
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