Kaali Puja & Yagna
Maa Kali the name is derived from the word Kaal or time thus Maa Kali is the 'Goddess of Time'. For Her devotees She is the Supreme Being responsible for cycle of destruction and rebirth and finally Moksha. Maa Kali originated from Goddess Durga to help destroy the demon Raktabija. Maa Kali symbolises the destructive aspect of Maa Durga. Maa Kali is worshipped for overcoming all miseries, for supreme protection against all negativities, for getting out of debt and other difficult situations and more.
Om Kreeng Kalikaye Namah, Om Kapalinyey Namah
- For supreme protection and relief from all miseries
- For blessings of Maa Kali, prosperity and success
This puja can be done:
- With 11000 chants: Number of Priests: 7; Duration:1day; INR:17,001
- With 21000 chants: Number of Priests: 11; Duration:1day; INR:25,001
- With 125000 chants Number of Priests: 15; Duration:1day; INR:77,001
Puja Service include
Swastivachan, Sankalp, Ganesh Pujan, Kalash Sthapana, Punyiyahvachan, Abhishek, Shodask matrika Kuldevi Pujan, nandi shraddh Pitr Samarn, 64 Yogini Pujan, Vastu Pujan, Sarvatobhandr mandal Pujan, ShetraPal Pujan, Navgraha Mandal Pujan, 108 chants of Ganesh and nine Planets, Kaali Pujan , Yantra Pujan and Kaali Puja & Yagna chants, Aarti, Pushpanjali, Bhramin Bhojan
Please provide your Full name, DOB, Time and Place of Birth and Puja Sankalp. You may also include names of your family members and near and dear ones in the Puja. You can use Skype to take Sankalp or see the Priest taking Sankalp on your behalf. For More Details Email Us or Contacts Us:- +918369513699
You may also order Puja DVD or Live Streaming of the Puja by clicking on the following Link (Puja DVD and Live Streaming - Link).
A short video of Sankalp being taken, along with Puja Photographs, Prasad and Puja Tokri will be sent after successful completion of the Puja. Puja will be held on an auspicious day and will be completed with all the required Vedic rituals. You will also be provided with the contact number of Punditji to speak with him or to listen to Sankalp being taken during the Puja.