Puja For Career


Ganesh Puja:

Lord Ganesha is considered the remover of obstacles and the god of wisdom and intellect. Performing Ganesh Puja can help remove obstacles and bring success in your career.

Saraswati Puja

Goddess Saraswati is the deity of knowledge, arts, and learning. Worshipping Saraswati can enhance your skills, intellect, and wisdom, which can contribute to career advancement.

Saraswati Puja

Navagraha Puja involves worshipping the nine celestial bodies in Hindu astrology. It is believed that performing this puja can balance the planetary influences and bring overall success and prosperity, including in the professional field.

Hanuman Puja:

Shri Hanumanji or the devout of Shri Rama, the embodiment of strenght,valor and courage is born of our epics to inspire in us the urge to stand up to our daily challenges and face life’s hurdles, difficulties, enemies and other not-so good factors with equal mental strength and courage.
Shri Panchamukha Hanuman is one of the most important upasana deity of our Guru Parampara. Inspite of rapid strides in technology, there is a growing insecurity for the average human being, both at emotional and physical levels. Sri Panchamukha Anjaneya Swami promises this security to all devotees.
Every Face of Shri Panchamukha Hanuman has significance —
Shri Hanuman faces East. He grants purity of mind and success.
The Narasimha faces South. He grants victory and fearlessness.
The West facing Garuda removes black magic and poisons.
The North facing Varaha, showers prosperity, wealth.
The Hayagriva mukha faces the Sky. But since we cannot see it, it is usually tilted and shown above Hanuman’s face. Hayagriva gives knowledge and good children.”
Shri Panchamukhi Hanuman refers to five faces. According to the scriptures, Lord Hanuman assumed this form to slay Mahiravana, brother of Ravana. Mahiravana was a sorcerer and an ardent devotee of Goddess Mahamaya. Instigated by Ravana, Mahiravana took Lord Rama and his brother Lakshmana to Paathaala Loka (the nether-world) and was tempted to sacrifice them to Goddess Mahamaya. To save the divine brothers, Lord Hanuman had to stub out five lamps burning in different directions simultaneously. He therefore assumed the Panchamukha form to win this task.
This Kavacham is addressed to this fierce form of Hanuman. To tell the fact as I understood, it is not Stothra in the normal sense of the word. It gives large amount of Tantric manthras aimed at protection. Some people believe that this sloka should not be recited but used to worship the Five Faced Hanumanji.
It is written at the end of the stotra that it was taught by Rama to Sita as per her request. But the first few lines show that this is a version was taught by Garuda, where he mentions that it was created by the Lord of Lords.

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