Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Theerth (Maroon)
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Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Theerthshetra (Maroon) - To commemorate the sacred occasion happening on 22 Jan 2024 at Ayodhya, India, we present a meticulously curated card that includes genuine prasad directly sourced from the revered Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir in Ayodhya. This card serves as an ideal choice for personal indulgence or a considerate gift for devout followers of Lord Ram.

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    Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Theerth (Maroon)

    “ श्री राम जय राम जय जय राम।“

    Your journey toward prosperity and abundance begins with Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Theerthshetra (Maroon) Card. Mark the eagerly awaited consecration of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir in Ayodhya, the joyous return of Lord Rama, Sita, and Laxman, with deep reverence. In honor of this auspicious event, we are pleased to introduce the Ayodhya Ram Mandir Gift Card, sourced directly from the hallowed grounds of Lord Ram.

    This exclusive gift card is available for pre-booking, allowing you to partake in the joy of the momentous occasion and share the divine blessings with your loved ones.

    Grand celebration of Shri Ram Lalla on 22 Jan 2024 at Ayodhya, India. 

    How to worship:

    Before starting the puja, take a bath and wear clean clothes. This symbolizes physical and spiritual purity.

    Choose a clean and quiet area in your home for the puja. Spread a clean cloth or mat to place the card.
    Ensure the card is clean and placed at the center of the puja space.
    Panchamrit: A mixture of milk, yogurt, honey, ghee, and sugar.
    Water: For consecration and other rituals.
    Incense (Agarbatti): To create a sacred atmosphere.
    Lamp (Diya or Deepak): Symbolizing the divine light.
    Flowers: Offer fresh flowers as a symbol of purity and devotion.
    Dhoop or Camphor: For aarti (waving of light).
    Fruits and Sweets: Offer as prasad (blessed food).
    Ghanti: Ringing the bell signifies the auspicious beginning of the worship.

    Invocation (Avahan):
    Invite the deity to come and be present in the idol.
    Chant the deity's name and say a prayer.

    Consecration (Sthapana):
    Sprinkle water on the idol, symbolizing purification.
    Offer panchamrit on the idol.

    Lighting the Lamp (Deepa Puja):
    Light the lamp and offer it to the deity.
    Wave the lamp in a circular motion (aarti).

    Offerings (Naivedya):
    Offer fruits, sweets, and other food items to the deity.
    Imagine the deity accepting the offerings.

    Incense and Camphor:
    Light incense and camphor.
    Wave them in front of the idol.

    Prayers and Mantras:
    Recite prayers "Shri Ram Raksha", mantra “ श्री राम जय राम जय जय राम।“dedicated to Pabhu Shri Rama of Ayodhya .

    Blessings and Aarti:
    Seek blessings from the deity for yourself and your loved ones.
    Perform aarti by circling the flame in front of the Shri Ram Bhagya Card.

    Distribution of Prasad:
    Conclude the puja by distributing prasad among family members or guests.

    Thanksgiving and Closure:
    Express gratitude to the Lord Ram for their presence. 

    Remember, the sincerity and devotion with which you perform the puja are of utmost importance. Adapt the procedure based on your family traditions and personal connection with the deity.
    Dedication to Bhagwan Shri Ram through this yantra sets the stage for a life filled with harmony and abundance.