Griha Pravesh

Griha Pravesh Puja is a Hindu ritual performed before entering a new home or dwelling to seek blessings for peace, prosperity, and well-being of the residents. It is also known as the Housewarming ceremony.

The ceremony involves performing a havan or yagna (sacred fire ritual) to purify the house and eliminate any negative energies. The priest recites mantras and offers prayers to the deities, seeking their blessings for the well-being of the residents. Offerings such as fruits, flowers, and sweets are made to the deities.

During the ceremony, the family members carry a kalash (a pot filled with water and decorated with flowers) and perform a puja (worship) at the threshold of the house. They then enter the house, and the priest performs a puja of the main deity of the household. The ceremony is followed by a feast for all the guests.


The benefits of performing Griha Pravesh Puja include:

  • Blessings for the new home and residents: The puja seeks blessings for the peace, prosperity, and well-being of the new home and its residents.
  • Removal of negative energies: The ceremony purifies the house and eliminates any negative energies, promoting positivity and harmony.
  • Promoting family harmony: The ceremony is an opportunity to bring family and friends together, promoting harmony and joy.
  • Strengthening spiritual connection: The puja provides an opportunity to strengthen the spiritual connection with the deities and seek their blessings.
  • Overall, Griha Pravesh Puja is a significant Hindu ritual that seeks blessings for the new home and its residents, promotes positivity and harmony, brings family and friends together, and strengthens the spiritual connection with the deities.

"ॐ गं गणपतये नमः वस्तु गृहे अस्तु वास्तुशास्त्र विधिना शुद्धं कुरु स्वाहा। अस्मिन् गृहे स्थित्वा विश्राम्यतां, त्वमस्तु सदा सहायः"

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