Shastipoorthi Pooja in Bangalore: Cost, Benefits, Procedure, and Timings

Shastipoorthi Pooja in Bangalore: Cost, Benefits, Procedure, and Timings

Sashti Poorthi, which means “60 years completion” in Sanskrit (Sashti == 60). This Hindu ritual is held in honor of a person who has turned sixty years old. In Hindu culture, reaching sixty is an important milestone since it’s seen as a turning point in a man’s life since, by then, he’s usually fulfilled his responsibilities to his family and house and can focus on spirituality. We may say that his pursuit of worldly goals defined the years before he turned sixty, and his search for spiritualism defined the years after.

This important life milestone has been celebrated with multiple and meaningful rites. There are some wedding rites that are carried out. This ritual is known by some as Ugra Ratha Shanthi, which translates to “peacemaking of hard moments.”

The couple asks elders who have finished their own Sashti Poorthi for their blessings, and in return, they bless those who are younger.

Sashti Poorthi can be observed on the day, month, and year that a person turns sixty. If this is not possible, the person’s birth chart determines an auspicious day that occurs one year before turning sixty. Sashti Poorthi is often observed on the last day of the 60th year and the first day of the 61st year.

Shastipoorthi Pooja in Bangalore

  • Ganapathi Pooja
  • Punyahavachana
  • Maha Sankalpam
  • Kalasa Sthapana
  • Shodasa Upachara Pooja
  • Devatha Avahana
  • Nakshatra Pooja
  • Thithi Devata Pooja
  • Varuna Suktha
  • Graha Dosha Shanti Pooja
  • Ayush Homa
  • Navagraha Homa
  • Danvanthari Homa
  • Maha Mrutyunjaya Homa
  • Purnahuthi
  • Mangala Aarti
  • Mangala Snana
  • Veda Aseervachana
  • Prasada distribution

Without “Dhanam,” or charity, the Sashtipoorthi ritual would be incomplete. The couple does a variety of Dhana to invoke blessings and wealth. The term dasa denotes “ten,” and Dasa Dhana is the collective name for 10 different types of offerings.

  • Cow Dhana, also known as Gho Dhana: Cows are considered sacred to Hindus. It is said to bring wealth and a calm being. The couple gives the Dhana to the Vedic scholars. The same outcomes occur when Go Moolya and Coconut are used in place of the cow. Go Moolya is the cow’s price.
  • Gold Dhana is said to grant the giver superior powers and forgive him of all his sins.
  • Land of Charity, or Bhoo Dhana
  • The idea behind Bhoo Dhana is that granting someone land to cultivate would enable them to live a pleasant life. The offering of a piece of sandalwood is thought to complete the ceremony (substitution to land).
  • Vasthra Dhana: This ritual involves giving an item of cloth, usually veshti or uthareeyam, as the name suggests. Because it brings harmony and success in life, this ritual is very significant.
  • Giving jaggery is done to please Goddess Lakshmi, who will shower abundant blessings on the giver.
  • Salt in Charity: This is done to please Lord Sri Rudra and obtain health.
  • Food Grains in Charity: Giving away food grains, such as rice or paddy, will enable the giver to have a wealthy life.
  • Silver Dhana is a ritual done to please Lord Vishnu, the pithrus, or ancestors.
  • Ghee Dhana: To please all the Devathas, ghee shall be offered in a bronze vessel. Ghee Dhana purifies the giver’s soul and pays for all of his faults.
  • Sesame Dhana: Similar to Ghee Dhana, offering sesame in an iron or copper cup helps in the giver’s purging of all sins.

Shastipoorthi Pooja Benefits in Bangalore

  • Through this ritual, the couple’s sins and negative karmas are removed
  • The Lord blesses them a long and happy life together.
  • This pooja offers huge strength and mental and physical strength to the couple.
  • This pooja is the remedy for any old age illness or weakness.
  • This homa strengthens Mangalya Bhagya.
  • Longevity
  • Peace of mind
  • Positive energy

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