Bhumi Pooja is an important ritual devoted to the Earth. It considered auspicious to workship Earth Goddess before start of construction or farming on the land.
Hindu calendar months of Shravan, Kartik, Margshirsh and Paush are the most favourable for the Bhumi puja. The puja removes negative energy in and around the land. It also corrects Vastu Dosh.
Bhumi puja samagri includes Coconut, lamps preferable made of clay, flowers, turmeric, kumkum, fruits, rice grains, betel nuts, Panchamrut (a mixture of milk, ghee, honey, sugar, and curd), Basil leaves, sweets and HOMA related samagri.
Using spade a small amount of soil is removed to create small dig. An earthern pot/Kalash with coconut draped in red cloth is placed which is to be put in the dig after the puja. Bhumi puja ceremony starts with the Ganesh Puja, followed by a Navagraha puja, Shodash puja, and Vishwakarma puja according to the Vastu. Bhumi Pujan is completed with a Homa.
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