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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 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 is the Shiv Tandav Stotra?

The Shiv Tandav Stotra is a Sanskrit hymn composed by the great sage and devotee of Lord Shiva, Ravana. It is a powerful and poetic description of Lord Shiva's cosmic dance, known as the Tandava.


Can the Shiv Tandav Stotra be recited as part of a puja?

Yes, the Shiv Tandav Stotra can be recited as part of a puja dedicated to Lord Shiva. Devotees may include it in their worship to express devotion and seek the blessings of Shiva.


Is there a specific time for reciting the Shiv Tandav Stotra?

While there may not be a specific time prescribed for reciting the Shiv Tandav Stotra, it is often recited during morning or evening prayers. Some devotees prefer to recite it during the auspicious period of Rudra Hora.


Can the Shiv Tandav Stotra be recited in any language?

While the original Shiv Tandav Stotra is in Sanskrit, devotees may recite it in their preferred language if they are not familiar with Sanskrit. The key is the devotion and sincerity behind the recitation.


Can the Shiv Tandav Stotra be recited at home?

Yes, the Shiv Tandav Stotra can be recited at home as part of personal or family worship. Devotees may choose to include it in their daily prayers or during special occasions dedicated to Lord Shiva.


Are there specific tunes or melodies associated with reciting the Shiv Tandav Stotra?

While there are no specific tunes prescribed, some devotees may choose to recite the Shiv Tandav Stotra with melodious chanting or in a musical rendition as a form of devotional expression.