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Welcome to Morlas International Pvt Ltd, a forward-thinking startup driven by a strong desire to make a significant impact on society and the world at large. We are proud to present our most prestigious project, “Poojaris,” which aims to address the challenges faced by our revered poojaris while simultaneously providing profound solutions for individuals seeking spiritual well-being.

We recognize that societal problems require comprehensive and scalable solutions. With this vision    in mind, we have embarked on a journey to revolutionize the way poojas are conducted and create a positive change in the lives of both poojaris and those seeking spiritual blessings.Our project “Poojaris” is not just about conducting poojas; it goes far beyond that. We have meticulously designed a platform that encapsulates the essence of ancient traditions while addressing the pressing social problems within local communities. By providing a holistic and transformative experience, we seek to uplift the standard of living for poojaris and create a positive ripple effect throughout society. We have gathered a team of highly skilled poojaris from Veda and Smartha Pathashalas, ensuring that the sacred rituals and ceremonies are conducted with authenticity and utmost devotion.

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  • The Vedic Wedding ceremony includes various rituals and ceremonies, known as “samskaras,” which symbolize the journey of the couple through life together.

  • In Vedic HouseWarming Ceremonies, holy water and grains are used to purify and bless the new home, inviting positive energy and divine blessings.

  • Vedic Yagnas, Yagas, and Homas are fire rituals to seek divine blessings and spiritual growth through offerings and mantras.

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The guidelines and rituals related to housewarming, marriage ceremonies, yajnas, yagas, and homas can be found in various Hindu religious texts and scriptures.

Manusmriti: Manusmriti, also known as the Laws of Manu, is an ancient Hindu legal text that provides guidelines on various aspects of life, including marriage and rituals.

Grhya Sutras: The Grhya Sutras are a category of Hindu texts that deal with domestic rituals and ceremonies. Each Veda has its own set of Grhya Sutras, such as the Apastamba, Baudhayana, and Katyayana Grhya Sutras.

Dharmashastras: Various Dharmashastras, which are texts on ethics and duties, provide guidance on rituals and ceremonies. The Yajnavalkya Smriti is one such text that covers many aspects of Hindu rituals.

Vedas: The Vedas, which include the Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda, and Atharvaveda, contain hymns and instructions for various rituals, including yagnas and homas.

Puranas: Hindu Puranas, such as the Vishnu Purana, Shiva Purana, and Bhagavata Purana, often contain stories and descriptions of religious rituals and ceremonies.

Agamas and Tantras: These are texts that provide detailed instructions for temple construction, deity worship, and various rituals. They are primarily followed by devotees of specific deities like Shiva, Vishnu, or Devi.

Local Customs and Traditions: It’s important to note that practices and rituals can vary by region, community, and even family. Local customs and traditions also play a significant role in these ceremonies.

When looking for guidance on specific ceremonies and rituals, it’s often best to consult with a knowledgeable priest or guru who can provide detailed instructions based on the specific tradition and context. They can help you choose the appropriate texts and rituals for your specific needs. This is where , shines in Mantra & Kriya part too.

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