POOJA + PUNNIYAM

Pooja signifies prayers and leads to Punniyam

TEMPLES + TRUST

Temples are meant for people who have Trust in God

SACREDNESS + SPEED

Our site provides sacredness with speed

SO FAR + YET SO NEAR

So far as it relates to persons outside Tamilnadu esp NRIs and bring them close

REIGIOUS OBLIGATION + REMOTE PERFORMANCE

Religious obligation as all of us have and it is performed remotely

5000+

Temples which are 1000 years old

2000+

Dilapidated Temples

300+

Types of pooja

How Online Puja Works

The purpose of online poojas is to enable any Hindu located in any part of the world to perform poojas of his desire online. As the population of NRI’s grows this provides an important avenue for NRI’s to fulfil that religious obligation. The greatest advantage of this service is, it is timely, cost effective and provides video clips for the devotees to watch the performance of poojas live.










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MONDAY

LORD SHIVA

Monday, known as “Somavara” in Sanskrit, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that worshiping Lord Shiva on Mondays brings auspiciousness and blessings. Shiva is one of the principal deities in Hinduism, representing destruction and transformation but also symbolizing the inner self. Devotees observe fasts, perform special prayers, and visit Shiva temples on this day. It is believed that Lord Shiva is easily pleased on Mondays and grants boons to his devotees. This day holds special significance for those seeking spiritual upliftment and inner peace.

TUESDAY

LORD HANUMAN

Tuesday, known as “Mangalavara” in Sanskrit, is dedicated to Lord Hanuman in Hinduism. Hanuman is revered as a symbol of strength, devotion, and loyalty. Devotees observe special prayers, visit Hanuman temples, and chant Hanuman Chalisa on Tuesdays to seek his blessings and protection. It is believed that worshiping Lord Hanuman on Tuesdays brings courage, success, and inner strength. Tuesday holds special significance for those who admire Hanuman’s qualities and seek his guidance in overcoming obstacles and challenges in life.

WEDNESDAY

LORD GANESHA

Wednesday, known as “Budhavara” in Sanskrit, is associated with Lord Ganesha in Hinduism. Ganesha, the elephant-headed deity, is revered as the remover of obstacles and the god of wisdom and intellect. Devotees observe special prayers, offer modak (a sweet delicacy), and visit Ganesha temples on Wednesdays to seek his blessings and guidance. It is believed that worshiping Lord Ganesha on Wednesdays brings success, prosperity, and wisdom. Wednesday holds special significance for those who wish to overcome obstacles in their endeavors and attain spiritual and material growth with the grace of Ganesha.

THURSDAY

GURUBAGAVAN, SAI BABA

Thursday, known as “Guruvara” in Sanskrit, is associated with Sai Baba and Gurubhagavan. Thursday is also dedicated to Guru Bhagavan, an aspect of Lord Shiva who is considered the divine teacher and bestowed of knowledge. Sai Baba, a revered saint and spiritual master, is worshipped on this day to seek his blessings for wisdom, guidance, and divine grace. Devotees worship Guru Bhagavan on Thursdays to seek wisdom, guidance, and spiritual enlightenment. Thursdays hold special significance for Sai Baba devotees, who gather to pay homage to their beloved Guru.

FRIDAY

GODDESS LAKSHMI

Friday, known as “Shukravara” in Sanskrit, is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi in Hinduism. Lakshmi is revered as the goddess of wealth, prosperity, and abundance. Devotees observe special prayers, perform rituals, and offer flowers and sweets to Goddess Lakshmi on Fridays to seek her blessings and grace. It is believed that worshiping Lakshmi on Fridays brings financial stability, prosperity, and overall well-being. Friday holds special significance for those who seek material wealth and spiritual fulfillment, as they invoke the divine presence of Goddess Lakshmi into their lives.

SATURDAY

LORD VENKATESWARA, SATURN(SANISWARA)

Saturday, known as “Shanivara” in Sanskrit, is associated with Lord Venkateswara (also known as Lord Balaji) and Lord Saturn (also also known as “Shani Bhagavan” or “Saniswara). Lord Venkateswara, a form of Lord Vishnu, is worshipped on this day to seek his blessings for prosperity, protection, and spiritual fulfillment. Devotees of Lord Saturn often observe special rituals, prayers, and fasting on Saturdays to propitiate him and appease his wrath.  Saturdays hold special significance for Venkateswara devotees, and Lord Saturn who gather to pay homage to the beloved deity and seek his grace and blessings.

SUNDAY

LORD SURYA

Sunday, known as “Ravivara” in Sanskrit, is dedicated to Lord Surya, the Sun god. Surya is worshipped on this day to seek his blessings for vitality, health, and prosperity. Devotees offer prayers, perform rituals, and practice Surya Namaskar (sun salutations) on Sundays to honor the life-giving energy of the Sun and to invoke its divine grace. Sundays hold special significance for Surya devotees, who gather to express their gratitude to the Sun god and seek his blessings for a fruitful and prosperous life.

Upcoming Rituals

Ekadashi

Jun 17

Ekadashi

Jul 01

Pradosha Pooja

Jul 03

Shivaratri Pooja

Jul 04

Chaturthi Vrat

Jul 09

Pradosha Pooja

Jul 19

Chaturthi Vrat

Jul 24

Temples

Testimonial

Thank you so much.. 🙏 I thank the divine for giving me this opportunity to offer annadhanam through LUT and get the blessings of elders who participated in this Annadham.

Harithasa

Andipatti Theni district

From the moment I reached out to them for guidance on conducting a special pooja, their team went above and beyond to ensure every detail was taken care of. The priests they arranged were highly knowledgeable and conducted the rituals with utmost sincerity and devotion. I wholeheartedly recommend LightUpTemples to anyone seeking authentic and enriching spiritual experiences

Geethalakshmi

Andhra Pradesh

Thanks to LightUpTemples, our family experienced a profound connection with the divine, and we are forever grateful for the blessings we received.

Bavani

Chennai

The Karungali mala has become an integral part of my daily spiritual practice, aiding me in deepening my connection with the divine and finding inner peace. I am grateful to LightUpTemples for their service offerings.

Divya

Bangalore

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Our Trustable Pandits

For 1000's of years Hindus have been performing their Poojas through vedic pandits who have devoted their entire life for the propagation of Vedic culture. We have very prominent pandits associated with us to perform poojas.