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Yagnopavit sanskar is also known as the Janeu ceremony or sacred thread ceremony. Boys at the age of 8 go through Yagnopavit sanskar where they perform puja and wear Janeu. Janeu is a sacred thread to be worn by boys and men. It is believed that once you have your Yagnopavit sanskar you can start reading Vedas and can preach its teaching to the world.
Marriage is one of the most important events of one's life. Vivah pooja should be performed with full dedication to ensure that gods bless your married life. Wedding is the transition from Brahmcharyashram to Grihasthashramam. In the Hindu religion, we offer the wedding card to the gods first with pooja to invite them to bless the couple.
The Varshaphala, or Vedic Yearly Astrology means to create a person's present or upcoming yearly kundali. The Varshaphala foretells how a person's year will unfold. Varshphal is the astrological equivalent of Varsh, which means "year's result." We all want to know how our health, income, work, marriage, childbirth, and other aspects of our lives will turn out.
Tulsi Vivah is an auspicious Hindu festival commemorating Lord Vishnu's marriage to the Tulsi (Basil) vine. Lord Vishnu considers the Tulsi plant to be an embodiment of Goddess Lakshmi, and it is considered sacred and dear to him. The Hindu religion places a high value on the plant. It is a sign of innocence, longevity, and happiness. In Hinduism, the plant is revered as a goddess, and in some sections, it is also regarded as Lord Vishnu's consort. Without the use of Tulsi leaves, any Hindu wedding, puja, or religious event will be incomplete.
Sunderkand is the Raam-charit-manas chapter that focuses primarily on Lord Hanuman. The epic, written by Goswami Tulsidas, is as auspicious as reading Hanuman Chalisa. Narrating and hearing sunderkand brings happiness and fulfilment to the person. This epic contains many stories that inspire people to seek peace and harmony and to let go of their mental anguish.