Sanatan Dharma is the first and the oldest practice to reach the heavenly supreme powers. It is Sanatan Dharma which enables rituals in Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Aryan Samaj followers to practise life value. It is through Sanatan Dharma where a practice of performing ritual was defined in front of a particular deity, in order to measure the power of self and achieve particular result or success. That is what in common words is known as puja, also spelled pooja or poojah, is a ceremonial worship to a deity or idol of any faith or religion, ranging from brief daily rites in the home to elaborate temple rituals. The word ‘Puja’ has been derived from the Vedas where ‘Pu’ from Pushpa i.e. “flower” in sanskrit. In its simplest form, puja usually consists of making an offering of flowers or fruit to a deity, the image of the supreme power which is ‘God’.
We ar Vedic Monks are trying to make it accessible to all through the online version. Unless someone cannot travel in these times of pandemic, it is recommended you stay connected to the supreme power through your rituals online. We help you perform the rituals with the help of a Vedic Practitioner who guides you to perform the rituals. The process is ‘Live Telecast’ only accessible to the family and friends of the designated. You can also visit our Ashram at the foothills of Himalaya and perform the ritual along with your family and friends. We can arrange for a good holiday package for you to experience the beauty of nature, trek towards the Himalayas and accustom you with some great ‘Satvik Food.’ We can assure you and your family that you will be delighted and stay to be our ambassadors for the rest of your lifetime.