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Pooja's FAQ

What is Shani Puja?

Shani Puja is a Hindu ritual dedicated to Lord Shani, also known as Saturn. This puja is performed to appease Lord Shani and seek his blessings for protection, prosperity, and relief from obstacles and hardships.

When is Shani Puja performed?

Shani Puja is often performed on Saturdays, as Saturday is considered the day of Lord Shani. Additionally, it can be performed during specific astrologically significant periods or when an individual is going through the Sade Sati phase, a challenging transit of Saturn.

Is it possible to reschedule the date and time of the pooja without canceling the booking?

Certainly, you have the flexibility to alter the date and time of the pooja. Kindly get in touch with POOJAT customer care for coordination.


What are the key components of Shani Puja?

The key components of Shani Puja include offering prayers, lighting lamps, reciting Shani mantras, performing aarti (ritual of waving lights), and making offerings such as black sesame seeds, black cloth, mustard oil, and black gram.

What steps should be taken after scheduling a pooja with a pandit or temple?

After booking a pooja with a pandit or temple, you will receive the pandit's contact number in the booking section. Feel free to reach out to confirm details and discuss any specific requirements.


What items or materials do I need to organize for the Pooja Samagri during Pooja?

Feel free to contact the pandit for guidance on samagri and other arrangements by making a call.


How is Shani Puja performed?

The puja typically begins with the purification of the individual and the worship area. Devotees then offer prayers, light lamps, and recite Shani mantras. The specific rituals may vary, and some may choose to perform more elaborate forms of the puja.