The Bhumi Pujan (the auspicious ceremony to lay the foundation stone) of your dream home is just around the corner. But you’re far from ready. You have a dream house, but no dream location. You have the money for the house, but you’re short on time. How do you make sure your Bhumi Pujan Muhurat is auspicious? No worries!
What are the best muhurats for house construction or Bhumi Pujan?
The best Bhumi Pujan Muhurat is the most auspicious time for every construction work. It is an extremely special time of the year when the planets are aligned in an optimal way to bring auspiciousness and success to house construction projects.
In other words, Griha Nirman Muhurat is an important part of the construction process. It’s a period that’s marked by auspicious activities, such as the chanting of the mantras, the lighting of lamps, and Vastu Puja. The most important part of the house construction muhurat is the commencement of work on the construction site—Bhumi Pujan Muhurat. This is why it is a good idea to start your constitution project during the auspicious muhurats favourable for house construction.
Why do we worship Bhumi?
Bhumi is another name for the Earth. We all worship the Earth as a mother because of several good reasons. It is the controller of the entire world and gives us a lot of things without expecting anything in return. Roads, lakes, rivers, mountains, forests, homes, and other living and non-living things all have their existence because of the Earth. We have water to drink, shelter to live in, food to eat, and air to breathe just because of the Earth. We cannot expect our existence if there would not the Earth. That’s why we all must treat mother Earth with the highest respect and care as well.
Bhumi Pujan or Neev Pujan for New House Construction
Bhumi Pujan or Neev Pujan is a Hindu ritual that is performed on the occasion of the commencement of any construction work. In this special Puja, we worship to please and pay respect to the Goddess Bhumi. In this Puja, we also worship the God Vastu Purusha—the deity of directions.
According to popular beliefs, performing Bhumi Puja or Neev Puja in an auspicious muhurat wards off all negative vibes and doshas (demerits) or any faults of that piece of Bhumi. If you do not perform Neev or Bhumi Pujan in an auspicious muhurat, you may encounter many obstacles. So, consider performing Bhumi Puja in Shubh Muhurat.
Auspicious Bhumi Pujan Muhurat for Nav Griha Nirman 2023
|10 February||Friday||09:15 AM to 12:15 PM||Hasta||Krishna Paksha||Chaturthi||Phalguna|
|9 March||Thursday||07:28 AM to 12:24 PM||Hasta||Krishna Paksha||Dwitiya||Chaitra|
|10 March||Friday||07:24 AM to 10:25 PM||Chitra||Krishna Paksha||Tritiya||Chaitra|
|2 September||Saturday||07:40 AM to 12:16 PM||Uttara Bhadrapada||Krishna Paksha||Tritiya||Bhadrapada|
|25 September||Monday||06:42 AM to 08:26 PM||Uttara Ashadha||Shukla Paksha||Dashami||Bhadrapada|
|27 September||Wednesday||07:39 AM to10:38 PM||Dhanishtha & Shatabhisha||Shukla Paksha||Trayodashi||Bhadrapada|
|23 November||Thursday||07:21 AM to 09:12 PM||Uttara Bhadrapada||Shukla Paksha||Ekadashi||Kartika|
|24 November||Friday||07:22 AM to 09:08 PM||Revati||Shukla Paksha||Dwadashi||Kartika|
|29 December||Friday||08:55 AM to 12:05 PM||Pushya||Krishna Paksha||Dwitiya||Pausha|