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Poojas and homams

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All forms of divinity are the reflection of the Supreme Brahman(God).
On a personal note..I always start off prayers with the recital of AUM three times and next I recite the Ganesh Mantra which I choose for the day.
I keep chanting different mantras daily just to keep my memory alive.
I prefer chanting from memory so that one makes an attempt to understand and memorize it.( but no harm if you read it too)

AUM 3 x
Ganesh Mantra

Then I follow some unwritten rule of sequence of bhajans.

Sarva Dharma
Hanuman Chalisa
Atma Shatakam

Mantras: Asato ma sad gamaya
Gayatri Mantra
Surya Gayatri
Sai Gayatri

Maha Mrtunjaya Mantra
Om Purnamadha Purnam idam
Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavantu


This is the sequence I follow for my own liking.


You may kindly end it with a "Shama Mantra" indicating that if I have done any
mistake in chanting Slokas or Mantras or in acts/deeds"

Manathraheenam Kriyaheenam Bakthiheenam Sureswari or Sureswara
Yathboojitham Mayadevi Paripoornam Thathasthume

Though you are Dhanwantri to others, for your wellbeing you can
also kindly add and chant "Dhanwantri" Gayathri

Om Adhivaidhyaya Vidmahe Aarogya Anugrahaaya Dheemahi
Tanno Danvanthri Prachodayath.

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