Don't Do These Things During Griha Pravesh

Entering During Inauspicious Times

It's essential to consult with a priest or an astrologer to determine an auspicious date and time for the housewarming ceremony. Entering the new house during inauspicious times can bring negative energy.

Bringing Unnecessary Items

Avoid bringing items that are associated with negative energy or have a history of bad luck into the new house. This includes damaged or broken items, items with negative symbolism, or gifts with negative connotations.

Bringing Unnecessary Items

During the ceremony, it's important to maintain a positive and respectful atmosphere. Avoid using harsh words, arguments, or engaging in any negative behavior that could disrupt the harmony of the occasion.

Neglecting Pooja Rituals

The pooja (worship) rituals are an integral part of the Greha Pravesh ceremony. Neglecting or rushing through these rituals can be considered disrespectful and may not yield the desired blessings for the new home.

Leaving the House Empty

After the ceremony, it's advisable not to leave the house empty for an extended period. An empty house can attract negative energy or unwanted attention. It's better to move in immediately or arrange for someone to stay in the house temporarily.

Ignoring Traditions

Greha Pravesh ceremonies are steeped in tradition and cultural significance. Ignoring or neglecting these traditions can be seen as disrespectful and may not bring the desired blessings and prosperity to the new home.

Disrespecting Elders or Guests

Show respect to elders, guests, and family members during the ceremony. Avoid disrespectful behavior or actions that could offend anyone present, as it may create disharmony and negative energy in the new home.

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