Akshaya Tritiya Puja

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Akshaya Tritiya Puja

Akshaya Tritiya falls on the third day of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) of Lunar month of Vaishakh (April-May). This is the most auspicious day of the year when the Sun and Moon are in exaltation; they are simultaneously at their peak of brightness, which happens only once every year. Akshaya Tritiya, also known as “Akha Teej”, is traditionally the birthday of Lord Parsu Rama, the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

  1. Let’s first collect all puja items.
  2. Then we will do the puja preparation.
  3. Next we will perform the main Akshaya Tritiya Puja.
  4. We will conclude with the aarti.
Let’s Collect Akshaya Tritiya Puja Items & Learn Their Significance
  • Rice
  • Sandalwood
  • Moli (red thread)
  • Roli (red powder)
  • Lamp
  • Incense sticks
  • Coconut
  • Flowers
  • Sweets, Fruits
  • Water
  • Milk
  • Sugar
  • Curd (Yogurt)
  • Clarified butter (Ghee)
  • Honey
  • Dry fruits
  • Yagyopavit (sacred thread)
Follow The Video To Prepare For The Akshaya Tritiya Puja.

Before doing Akshaya Tritiya Puja, we do the puja preparation or commonly called as panch peeth puja.
Lets follow the video through this step. Only after performing this step we proceed towards the main Akshaya Tritiya Puja.

Let’s Perform The Main Akshaya Tritiya Puja

After performing the panch peeth puja, we start the main puja.
Follow along the instructions and mantras to perform the main Akshaya Tritiya Puja.

We Will Conclude Akshaya Tritiya Puja With The Aarti.

Puja is considered incomplete without the aarti.
Let us now do the Akshaya Tritiya Puja to successfully conclude the puja.

Puja is considered complete after we offer dakshina


Mantras, Regional Information, Food Restrictions For Akshaya Tritiya Puja.

Akshaya Tritiya falls on the third day of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) of Lunar month of Vaishakh (April-May). This is the most auspicious day of the year when the Sun and Moon are in exaltation; they are simultaneously at their peak of brightness, which happens only once every year. Akshaya Tritiya, also known as “Akha Teej”, is traditionally the birthday of Lord Parsu Rama, the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. People conduct special Pujas on this day, bathe in holy rivers, make a charity, offer barley in a sacred fire, and worship Lord Ganesha & Devi Lakshmi. They buy new gold and silver ornaments and invest money. Whoever worships Lord Krishna and applies chandan (sandalwood paste) all over lord krishna goes to Vaikuntha.