Shloka for GrihaPravesham

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  1. kAlyaniShAnti

    kAlyaniShAnti IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear Friends,
    We are going to enter a new flat in my home town. My parents will be staying there primarily.

    I come from a family, who do not practise Hindu rituals and my parents may not be willing to do so for this occasion either.

    However, without much rituals, I would like to chant a few relevant shlokas, for such occasion and also for the well-being of my parents, who will mostly be staying alone.

    Looking forward to your suggestions please

  2. mimur9

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    Dear KS,

    Congratulations. May the Vignaharta bring you the prosperity, healthy & peaceful life.

    Vigneshwar or Ganapathy, the vignaharta is the one who is offered prayers first before starting any good work or any poojas. so if you know chant some simple slokas on him otherwise a simple prayer will do (without mantras).

    Special slokas on grahapravesh is offered along with Havan hence only a pundit can help you on that. But here are some simple slokas on God Ganpathy for you...These can be also chanted daily in the morning to start a good day by seeking his company and blessings for a good day.

    "Om Sri Maha Ganapataye Namah"

    Vakratunda Mahakaya - in sanskrit with meaning - sloka on Sri Ganesha
    DEVOTION: Meaning of Ganesha Shloka - Agajanana Padmarkam
    The Online Panchangam - Shloka Mooshika Vahana

    Ganesh Gayatri :

    “OM Tathpurushaya Vidmahe
    Vakkratundaya Dheemahi
    Tanno Danti Prachodayat”

    Shiva gayatri :

    OM Tatpurshaya Vidmahe Mahadevaya Dheemahi, Tanno Rudrah Prachodayat

    Vishnu Gayatri :

    OM Narayanaya Vidmahe Vasudevaya Dheemahi, Tanno Vishnuh Prachodayat .

    Brahma gayatri :

    Om Vedatmane cha Vidmahe Hiranyagarbhaya Dheemahi
    Tanno Brahma Prachodayat.

    Durga Gayatri :

    OM Katyayanyai Vidmahe Kanyakumaryai Dheemahi, Tanno Durga Prachodayat

    Lakshmi Gayatri

    "Om Mahalakshmyai cha vidmahe Vishnu patnyai cha dhimahi Tanno Lakshmihi prachodayat"

    Saraswathi Gayathri :

    OM Vagdevyai Cha Vidmahe virinji patnyai cha Dheemai Tanno saraswathi Prachodayat

    Then pray to your family deity. Seek his or her blessings. Invite them to dwell in your house and be with you all. What more is required than the presence of the almighty.

    My best wishes.
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  3. iyerviji

    iyerviji IL Hall of Fame

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    Congrats Kalyani dear. Mira has written about the slokas.
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  4. sritas

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    Congratulations, Shanti and may Goodess Tripurasundari give your parents and you good health, wealth, prosperity and peace. Convey my best wishes and regards to your parents too.
    You can also pray to the Nava Grahas who also have great influence in our lives.
    This is the sloka and hope i have got all the spellings right.
    Adhithaayay, Somaya, Magalaya, Bhudhayacha,
    Guru, Sukhra, Sanibhashya,
    Rageve, Kethave namah:
    Happy holiday with your parents.
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  5. vjbunny

    vjbunny IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear KS...
    Congrats ...
    I came bit late sorry anyway will like to put what I do....

    My Dh too dontlike much of the ceremony so what we do is to buy a coconut and before entering the house we let the coconut roll room by room later put the Photo of diety esp Ganapathi and say the shloka as given by Mira and then do themilk overflow ritual and put that milk and sugar for prasad to God thats what we do
    and another simple ritual I follow is to spread dhua/dhoop smoke (Sambrani) all over the house in the evening...
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