Guru Diksha is a Holy Knot Between Guru & Disciple. Guru protects his Disciple and provide Spiritual Growth
During a Tantrik Puja we commune with the divine and take an open ourselves towards deeper aspects of inner and outer peace. Through the various rituals of Tantra we connect with the inner, astral planets to realize more of the connection between the planets, matter and the five elements - Earth, Water, Fire,Air, And Space. The exact meaning of "tantra" or "tantrik" is to spread out, to transform, to weave our consciousness which is ready for a deeper understanding. Puja means ritual worship, offerings and communion with God. To embrace a path of more direct awareness, and in a ritualistic way, commit to self realization. In sanatan dharma we honor the deities, whose blessings and benevolence we seek through the Tantrik Pujas.
In reality, tantra is one of the most important Indian traditions, representing the practical aspect of the Vedic tradition. Tantrik Puja is a spiritual tradition found in Hinduism which has also influenced other Asian belief systems. It is believed that the Tantrik Puja tradition is a part of the main Vedic tree. A tantra typically takes the form of a dialogue between the Hindu gods Shiva and Shakti/Parvati. Shiva is known in Hinduism as 'Yogiraj' or 'Yogeshwara,' 'The King of Yoga' or 'God of Yoga'. There is also a Tantrik method of doing puja which is generally devoted to the cult of Shakti or the Divine Mother Goddess. As in all of Hindu yogas, mantras play an important part in Tantrik Puja for focusing the mind, often through the conduit of specific Hindu gods like Shiva, Ma Kali (mother Kali, another form of Shakti) and even Ganesh, the elephant-headed god of wisdom.
Items you Receive after Tantrik Puja
After Performing Your Special Tantrik Puja & Yagna, we will give you or send Following Holy Items at Your Door any where in the world by Registered Parcel Post:
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US$ 30 or ₹ 300/- per day