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Griha Pravesh Puja Samagri

Griha Pravesh is regarded as a puja that comes only second to the occasion of a wedding ceremony. Given the comparison, it is easy to understand that how grand everything would be. The puja date is usually fixed by the pandit in accordance to the lunar calendar and the puja spans for no less an hour. The various items needed in this puja, have their own significance. Some of them are considered holy and auspicious, while others have a purifying effect, along with medicinal properties that can keep insects and bugs out of the home.

Here is a list of items needed for the puja.

  • Coconut -2
  • Gola -1
  • Ilaichi -10 gram
  • Long/ Clove -10 gram
  • Kapoor -1 packet
  • Milk -250 gram
  • Curd -250 Gram
  • Shahad- 50 ml
  • Misari -50 gm
  • Roli -1 pkt
  • Rice- 500 gm
  • Supari- No 11
  • Pan leaf- no 10
  • Mango leaf as per requirement
  • Fruits as per requirement
  • Sweet of pure milk- 500gm
  • Kalawa/moli -2 roll
  • Tulsi leaf as per requirement
  • Flowers as per requirement
  • Towels (Rough) 2
  • Dhoti /Vastra 2 (For Ganesh/Satyanarayan Pujan)
  • Sari/Vastra 1 (For Gauri Pujan)
  • Blouse Piece 1 (For Gauri Pujan)
  • Bangles and Bindi (For Gauri Pujan)
  • Pure Ghee- 500 gm.
  • Janeu/Yagyopabit -5
  • Dhoop batti -1 pkd
  • Agarbatti -1 pkd
  • Batti for Lamp (round) -1 pkd
  • Deepak Brass- 2
  • Haldi Powder- 50 gm.
  • Cloth Yellow- 1.25 mt.
  • Cloth Red -1
  • Yellow Mustard Seed -25 gm.
  • Dub grass
  • Itra- 1
  • Panch Meva -250 gram
  • Dal Udad Black -50 gram
  • Kalash Copper or Earthen -2
  • Tulsi Plant -1
  • Kala Til -250 gram
  • Jou -200 gm
  • Pattals -5
  • Sapt Dhanya
  • Hawan Kund
  • Hawan Samgri- 1 packet
  • Dry Wood for Hawan as per
  • Lord Satya Narayan Ji photo

Besides these items, you shall also need other items like thalis to arrange all the items and other various items meant for vastra daan and patra dan to the pandit. Items in the vastra daan usually include items like shirt, dhoti, towel or kurta and in the patra daan, you can give utensils made from copper, silver or steel to the pandit. Both these are optional but are usually followed keeping in mind the custom of our forefathers.