Shubh Griha Pravesh Muhurat 2020
The Indian custom of housewarming rituals ensures that a new home will bring good health, prosperity, and positivity to its residents. The housewarming ceremony is performed on auspicious dates and muhurtam. One must not enter the house or occupy things without performing Griha Pravesh. Homes are built according to Vastu principles. Praying and doing pooja brings positivity into the house and purifies the space. As a result of homam, gods and goddesses join us in our daily lives and provide guidance. READ MORE
Significance of Griha Pravesh ceremony
Griha Pravesh ceremonies are believed to bring good fortune and positivity to those living in the house. An auspicious time and date should be chosen for entry into the house. Keeping your new house neat and clean after entering is important. Don't close the door after you enter. Building a house or buying one is a happy occasion for every human being.
Every human being desires to start their lives with auspicious beginnings and to grow every moment.
Sanatan Dharma considers Griha Pravesh to be extremely important. There is an ancient tradition in India of entering the house before living in it. In English, it is called Housewarming Ceremony. It is believed that an entry into a new house should always be made at an auspicious time to ensure the safety and happiness of the people who live in the house.
Things to keep in mind
For home entry, the best time is considered to be during the Maha, Falgun, Vaishakh, and Jyeshtha months. Ashwin, Paush, Bhadrapada, Shravan, Ashadh are not auspicious from this perspective. Home entry is forbidden on Sundays and Saturdays, except in exceptional circumstances. Griha Pravesh can be performed on any of the remaining days of the week. Apart from Amavasya and Purnima, Shukla Paksha 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12, and 13 Tithis are considered very auspicious for entry.
Avoiding Shukra and Guru Tara Asta
Griha Pravesh should not occur whilst Shukra Tara and Guru Tara are Asta or set, as described in religious texts such as Dharmasindhu.
It is auspicious to enter the house on Dwitiya, Tritiya, Panchami, Saptami, Dashami, Ekadashi, Dwadashi, and Trayodashi Tithi of Shukla Paksha except for Amavasya, Poornima, Panchak, Krishna Paksha, and Grahan, etc. All days of the week are considered auspicious except Tuesday and in some special circumstances, Sunday and Saturday.
Days to avoid for Griha Pravesh
Some days should not be included inauspicious events such as house warming, property purchases, or Griha Pravesh, where people consult local priests before performing the ceremony. The following are among them:
- The lunar eclipse
- The solar eclipse
- Lunar months (consult with your local priest).
Choghadiya for Griha Pravesh
- The auspicious Choghadiyas are Amrut, Shubh, and Labh. (Period)
- A good Choghadiya is Char. (period)
- Udveg, Kal, and Rog is said to be inauspicious.
Fixed ascendant for home entry
In a stable ascendant, the home entry will always be auspicious. As it is the work of the Pandit whom you can ask for the ascendant.
15 auspicious times for Griha Pravesh
In addition to choosing a Muhurat, the below should be noted to follow
In addition, special worship is done to prevent any harm to the house or its problems. The problem occurs when timings and dates are wrong, leading to unrest in the household. Put eight mangoes or Ashoka leaves between Gangajal and water in a Mangal Kalash. Draw a kumkum swastika on the Kalash.
When entering a new house, a husband and wife must have in their hands five things. Rice, curd, jaggery, coconut, yellow turmeric, and coconut milk are important ingredients.
It is customary to bring Lord Ganesha's idol, the Dakshinavarti conch shell, and Shri Yantra into your new house on the day that you move in.
The woman should put her left foot first in the house and the man his right foot first. Install the Kalash in the northeast corner of the house or the worship house after chanting the mantra of Lord Ganesha.
It is also vital to perform Griha Pravesh Puja in the kitchen. Signs of a Swastik should be made by worshipping with incense, lighting lamps with kumkum, turmeric, rice, etc. on the stove, and storing water. On the first day, make something sweet in the kitchen. Offering God home-cooked food is the first step. After that, food should be distributed to the cow, the crow, the dog, and the ant.
In addition to providing food to the Brahmin, one should donate it to the poor.
Keep in mind the rules of entry into the house. Using this method will bring prosperity and happiness to your home.
In addition to the five auspicious items, Kalash, coconut, pure water, kumkum, rice, abir, gulal, incense sticks, yellow turmeric, jaggery, rice, milk, etc. are all essential for worship. Before coming to the new house, worship the house entrance.