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India Temple Association Puja Samagri List

SATYA NARAYAN PUJA:

COCONUT 2
PUJA SAMAGRI PACKET 2
BETAL LEAVES
MILK, YOGURT, HONEY, GHEE & SUGAR
CUT FLOWERS, FRESH FRUIT (BANANAS)
PRASAD FOR SATYA NARAYAN
RED CLOTH 1 yard
YELLOW CLOTH 1 yard
TULSI LEAVES

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GRIH PRAVESH PUJA:

HAVAN SAMAGRI PACKET 1
PUJA SAMAGRI PACKET 1
BETAL LEAVES
CAMPHOR
CUT FLOWERS, FRESH FRUIT
SWEETS
COCONUT FRESH 2
COCONUT DRY 2
WOOD FOR HAVAN
FOIL TRAYS (SMALL) 2
GHEE
RED CLOTH 1 yard

Yagno Pavit Sanskar Puja List:

Kanku / kumkum (red powder) – 100gm
Abil (white powder) – 50gm
Gulal – 50gm
Sindur – 50gm
Haldi Powder – 100gm
Agarbatti (incense sticks) – 1 Package
Wicks – 15
Nada – 1
Janeh/ Janoi/Yagnopavit – (White Sacred Thread worn diagonally from
shoulder to waist)
Peeti/ haldi (turmeric) when boy/girl getting married, a day before they put
Yellow Haldi powder paste on him/her
Coconut – 5
Supari – 10
Crystal Sugar – 150 gm
Mix dry Fruits – 2lbs
Whole Wheat – 250 gm
Rice – 1kg
Gud / Jaggery – 500gm
Ghee – 500gm
Havan Samagri Package – 1
White Sesame Seed – 500 gm
Jov/ Jav – 100gm
Ladoos for Donating – 5
Peda – 2 lbs
Panchamrut – 1/2 lb
Flower garland for GOD – 2
Flower Garland – 1
Plate for Donating – 1
Fruits – 5 Kinds & 5 of each kind
Bananas – 1 dov
Paan (beetlenut leaf) – 15
Clay pots – 5
Bed Sheet – 1
Cotton Napkin – 4
Thali – 2
Bowl – 5
Spoons – 2
Glasses – 2
Aluminum trays – 4 (10” x 5”)

Wedding only (No Grah Shanti & Havan)

(Only Marriage Vidh) Samagri List

Kumkum – 100gm
Abil – 50gm
Gulala – 50gm
Sindur – 50gm
Haldi Powder – 100gm
Kapoor Tablet – 1 Package
Janeu Jodi/joti – 2
Agarbatti – 1 package
Cotton Bati – 15
Coconut – 5
Supari – 15
Mishri – 200gm
Dry Fruit Mix – 500gm & Dry Fruit Basket
Rice – 1kg
Whole wheat – 1/2kg
Gud – 1/2kg
Ghee – 1/2kg
Jav (laja/shal) – 200gm
Mamara (mormora) – 300gm
Poha – 300gm
Bundi Laddu – 500gm
Penda – 500gm
Cinnamon – 50gm
Clove – 50gm
Cardimon – 50gm
Kalva or Moli – 200gm
Clay ppor Kodia – 5
Five different kinds of fruits & five fruits of each kind
Dub (Durva)
Paan – 25
Fruit Basket
Sweets Basket
Flower Bunches – 4 or 5
Garlands & varmalas – 4 or 5
Banans – 1 dozen
Panchamrut (milk+yogurt+honey+ghee+sugar) – 200gm
Fire wood Package(From Home Depot ) – 1package/bunch
Matches – 1 box
White cloth – 2 yards
Red Cloth – 1 yard
Thali – 2
Katori – 5
43. Spoons – 2
Kalash – 1
Glass – 1
Jug – 1
New Cotton Napkins /Hand Towels -5
Paper Towel roll – 1
Havan Kund & Aluminum trays – 4 (10” x15”)
New Bed Sheet – 1(White)
Used bed sheets – 2(white)
Necklace –mangal sutra – 1
Seating arrangement for bride & groom – 2 chairs
Seating arrangement for Bride’ parents & Grooms’ parents –4 chairs
Seating arrangement for Priest – 1 chair
Mandap arrangement for marriage ceremony

Sri Satya Narayan Puja Samagri List

Kanku – 25gm
Abil (white powder) – 25 gm
Gulal – 25gm
Sindur – 25gm
Haldi Powder – 25gm
Kapur Goti – 2 ct
Nadachhadi (Red Sacred thread for wrist) – 1 dadi/ roll(small)
Agarbatti – 1 packet
Cotton wicks – 10ct
Janau Jota – 1ct
Coconut – 2ct
Supari – 5 ct
Cristal Sugar – 200gm
Whole Wheat – 250 gm
Rice – 1 kg
Gul/ Gulal (red powder) – 100gm
Ghee – 100gm
Flower Bunch – 2ct
Flower Garland – 1ct
Tulsi leaves – 10ct
Paan (BeetleNut leaf) – 10ct
Five types of fruits, five of each type
Banana – 1 dozen
Panchamrut (milk, yogurt, ghee, sugar, honey)—200gm
Dry Fruits – 500gm
Halva (shira)
Maha Prasad for relatives/Friends/Guests
Matches – 6ct
Bed sheets(one brand new and three used)
House hold used items-tapeli-2, thali-2large, 2medium, 2small size ; 4 spoons;
2cups; 2glasses, 1 thali for aarati, 1 paper towel roll; 100 paper napkins, 1 Cotton, Hand towel

Sri Vastu Puja Samagri List:

Kanku /kumkum (red powder) – 100gm
Abil (white powder) – 100gm
Gulal – 100gm
Sindur – 100gm
Haldi powder – 200gm
Agarbati – 1pack
Kapur Goti – 5 count
Cotton Wick (diyabatti) – 35 count
Nada chhadi ball (Red Sacred thread for wrist) – 1 count
Janoi jota – 5 count
Sarsav (mustard seed) – 50 gm
Gugal – 50gm
Havan samagri pack – 2 count
Coconut – 5
Supari – 10
Kharek (dry date) – 5
Crystal sakkar / mishri – 250 gm
Mix dry fruits – 2lb
Chandan powder – 25gm
Matches – 10
Cotton dati (Cotton Thread Reel) – —1
Poha – 200gm
Dry whole coriander seed – 100gm
White sesame seed – 500gm
Black sesame seed – 500gm
Jav – 200gm
Wheat – 500gm
Rice – – 2kg
Mung – 500gm
Chana dal – 500gm
Wheat flour – 500gm
Gud – 250gm
Ghee – 1kg
Panchamrut (mix of milk, yogurt,ghee, honey, sugar 200gm)
Five kinds of Fruits, Five of each Fruit
Banana – 1doz
Large carnation Flower Bunch –4
38. Rose Flower Bunch – 2
Tulsi Leaves – 10
Paan / (Beetlenut leaves) – 20
Kadia (Clay Utensil in which we light Diya during Diwali) – 5
Cotton hand towels – 4
New Cotton bed sheet – 1
Old cotton bed sheets – 3
Foam Bowls – 36
Aluminum Tray size(10” x 15”) – 6
Paper towel roll – 1
Paper napkins – 100
thali – 2
Vadki (A utensil (Steel) in which you take Daal or Liquid Kadhi) – 6
Spoons – 6
Glass ss/glass – 2
Jug – 2
Tapeli (stainless steel utensil e.g. pot to make tea) – 2
Simple soil (plain soil)
Fire wood for havan (from home depot)
Notes: on the day/night before vastu Puja:
a. For deh shudhi husband and wife needs to take complete/full bath
including washing hair
b. Husband + wife shall observe fast(Fruits may be taken) on the day of
vastu puja
Prepare Prasad as required /needed:-
Special Note- If you are planning to have shri vastu puja and shri
satyanarayan puja on the same day and at the same time, then add the
following to the above list for vastu puja –
a. 2 Doz Bananans
b. Halva for Prasad
c. 4 flower Bunches
d. 500 gm mix of dry Fruits

Sradh-Havan Samagri List:

Flower Bunches – 3
Pan – 20
Fruits – 5 Tulips, 5 Fruits of each type
Banana – 1 Dozen
Mix Sweets – 11/2 -2 Lbs
Mix Dry Fruits – 2 Lbs
White Sesame Seeds – 1 Lb
Jov – 100 gm
Havan Samagri Package – 1
Rice Flour – 2 Lbs + Rice 2 Lbs
Mung Whole – 1 Lb
Ghee – 1 Lb
Milk – 1 Gal
Yougart – 200gm
Cristal Sakar – 50 gm
Honey – 50 gm
Seven Types of Cooked Vegetables
Deceased person’s Photo in frame
Flower Garland (Haar or mala)
Supari – 15
Tulasi Patte – Leaves – 10
New Bed sheet – 1
Paper Towel Roll – 1
Aluminum Trays – 5
Thali -2, Katori -5, Spoons -, Glasses -, Pitcher -1
Paper Napkins
Fire Wood – Chips for Havan

Combined Vidhi with Mandap Muhurt + Grah Shanti+ Wedding:

1. Kumkum – 100gm
2. Abil (white powder) – 100gm
3. Gulal – 100gm
4. Sindur – 100gm
5. Haldi Powder – 100gm
6. Kapoor Tablet – 1 Package
7. Nada Chhadi – 2
8. Agarbatti – 1 Package
9. Bati(Cotton) – 25
10. Janeu Jota – 2
11. Mindhal Nice decorated Ball that a boy/girl wears (priest put on him) on his
hand – to be kept till wedding is over) – 3
12. Manek Sthambha – 1
13. Pithi Package (HALDI Package) – 1
14. Coconut – 5
15. Supari – 15
16. Mishri – 200 gm
17. Dry Dates – 5
18. Dry Fruit Mix – 500 gm
19. Dry Coconut Halves – 2; Coconut shell halves 2
20. Whole Wheat – 500gm
21. Rice – 750gm/ 1kg
22. Gud – 500gm
23. Mung Beans – 500gm
24. Toor Dal – 500gm
25. White Sesame seed – 500gm
26. Jav or laja – 200gm
27. Dangar Rice with shell – 200gm
28. Ghee – 1kg
29. Patasa / batasha (Sugary flat elliptical item that you can eat) – 250 gm
30. Cristal sugar – 250gm
31. Panchamrut mix of milk+yogurt+ghee+honey+sugar – 200 gm
32. Panda+ magas+bundi+laddu – 500gm
33. Mamara (Mormora) – 300gm
34. Poha – 300gm
35. Matches – 1Box
36. Sarsava – 50gm
37. Gugal (Incense Stick type THICKER STICK ) – 50gm

38. Havan Samagri Package——2
39. Fire wood for havan –1 package from Home Depot

40. Five Different kinds of Fruits –five fruits of each kind
41. Banana – 1 dozen
42. Paan – 20
43. Ramand divda When Girls Mother go to Greet the Baaraat – she takes a Silver tray with Swastika painted on it and a diya is lighted in it (there is a special place for this diya) – 1
44. Carnation Flower Bunches – 5
45. Rose Flower Bunch – 2
46. Varamala for Bride & groom – 3 Garlands or 4
47. White Cloth – 2 yards
48. Red Cloth – 1 yard
49. Fruit Basket
50. Sweets Basket
51. Kalva or Moli (Kalva is a Ritual when the groom comes to Mandap – just
before that he is fed/shown some food by his sister-in-law) – 200gm
52. Kodia /diya / Clay pot- (in which we light Diya during Diwali) – 5
53. Necklace-Mangal sutra – 1
54. Cinnamon – 50gm
55. Clove – 50gm
56. Cardimon – 50gm
57. Dub/ Durva (Green Grass)
58. Thali – 2
59. Katori – 5
60. Spoons – 5
61. Kalash – 1
62. Glass – 1
63. Jugs – 2
64. Cotton Napkins(new hand towels) – 5
65. Paper Towel roll – 1
66. Havan Kund –Alluminium Trays – 4
67. Ganesh Ghada/ Matli – 1
68. Gotrej Ghada/ Matli – 1
(Gotrej: – When marriage takes place – before that at Sthapan of Lord Ganesh (Start of Ganesh Puja) the family puts a CLAY UTENSIL with DIYA in it – THIS IS DEPENDING ON FAMILY TRADITION (People from Surat area and Patel families do this a lot). On that utensil they put Red Cloth – for Worshiping their Kul-Devi (Mataji like Amba Ma or Kali ma or Lakshmi ma etc whom their family considers as KUL-DEVI i.e their forefathers/ancestors worship). They place this Utensil with red cloth etc tied to it and decorate it place it near the area where Puja takes place.
When Grah-Shanti is over they take that utensil/Matli (Matli is clay untensil that we used to drink water from in INDIA) and have a procession of ladies from one place (usually friend or neighbor) to their own house. They welcome it and place it at the same place again. They keep this till wedding is over completely.
THIS SIGNIFIES THAT BY THE GRACE OF MATAJI ALL OUR TASKS WILL BE DONE WITHOUT ANY PROBLEM OR ISSUEE i.e the Gotrej protects the event from any evil spirits etc
69. Bajath – 2
(This is where Shuklaji puts Gods when we do puja in Temple called Patlo)
70. New White Bed Sheet – 1
71. Old White Bed Sheet – 2
72. Mandap Arrangement for Marriage Ceremony
73. Seating arrangement for Bride and Groom – 2 chairs
74. Seating arrangement for Bride’s parents and Groom’s parents – 4 chairs
75. Seating arrangement for priest – 1 chair

India Temple Association Hours:

7:30 AM to 12:30 PM and 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Aarti at 12:00 noon and 8:00 PM daily.
Aarti time is subject to change on Special occasions & Festival days.

India Temple Association Address:

25 Taunton Ave,
Berlin,
NJ 08009, USA
Phone: +1 856-768-6785

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