According to Indian culture, Vaastu worship taken in the United States


  • According to Indian culture, Vaastu worship taken in the United States
    According to Indian culture, Vaastu worship taken in the United States
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 It was introduced by an Indian couple living in the United States. They worshiped the Vaastu Puja that they took in America, according to Indian culture. The feature of this worship is that the priest was in India and the rituals were completed in America. Even this Indian architecture was achieved only through technology. Sridhar and Son Sonam Bhalekar, son of Nand Kishore Bhlekar, resident of Narendranagar are living in the US. Both of them are a software engineer in Apple Mobile. They took a house at San Jose, USA. They decided to do the architecture of the house according to Indian culture. He concluded the calendar and fixed the architectural program. From the local market, there is no need to bring the necessary material.

But they were facing this question, who would pray. Therefore, he decided to pamphlet online. Indian time wise at 8 pm P. Anant Joshi started the pooja and finished the worship at 12 o'clock. Joshi, the patron of the patriarch, used to pray for puja through video conferencing.

Pt Anant Joshi presented puja from Nand Kishore Bhalker's house in Narendranagar. After the end of the worship, both husband and wife took an online life of the priesthood.



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