Marriage Puja: Maata ki Chowki Puja

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If you’re getting married anytime soon, you must know all your pre-wedding preparations aren’t just limited to shopping and deciding the venue. Offerings to God are what are going to make this noble alliance successful after all, like in the Maata ki Chowki.

Before the start of wedding functions in a family, Maata ki Chowki, a religious get together is hosted to seek blessings from Devi maa. Maa Durga signifies strength. The blessings of Maa Shakti are taken to protect you from the evil forces and give strength to sail smoothly through the rough course of life. This ceremony is performed to receive blessings by her divine powers and get one’s wishes fulfilled.

As per the requirements of your event, we send you a Bhajan Singer as well as a qualified Shastri pandit trained in Hindu Vedic Shastras. The Pandit shall conduct roka puja at Devotees preferred location (home, function location, temple etc.) and time (or muhurat time suggested by Shubhpuja).

“Ek ghadi aadhi ghadi, aadhi mein puni aadh, Tulsi sangat sadh ki, hare koti apradh”

Which means-if in this Kalyug, a person chants or listens to the holy names of Maata for even a moment, all his sins are forgiven. He gets rid of the circle of life and death and resides in heaven.

So this is your time to chant the name of god and get rid of all your sins before you step into this new phase of your life. We at Shubhpuja.com serve as the platform for you to avail all of that and more this wedding season!

So click right away and get closer to God!

http://www.shubhpuja.com/maatakichowki-id-344728.html

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