sumangali pooja

Sumangali Pooja

Sumangali denotes a married woman whose husband is still alive. This pooja is performed to invoke the blessings of ancestral women of the family who have departed the earth plane. Performing the sumangali pooja satisfies the unfulfilled yearnings of these women, and they in turn bless the family.

Sumangali Pooja is a very important and sacred function, which is performed according to certain traditions and procedures. Ascertaining the Kudumba Sampradayam (family tradition) and following it strictly is vital before performing this ritual. The sumangalies should be in numbers 3, 5, 7, and 9 and be given til (sesame seed) oil, shikhakai (traditional shrub used for head bath) and thaila chhakkai to prepare for the Pooja.

All of them are required to have an oil bath and wear 9 yards of madi-saree before joining the proceedings. A kuthu vilakku (5-faced lamp) is lit just before the Pooja is performed, and after the ceremony, the family members offer prayers to the departed souls. This ritual is also considered a thanksgiving and group prarthanai (prayer) for the mother.

Performing Sumangali Pooja can:

  • Invokes blessings of ancestral women.
  • Brings about auspicious events in the family.
  • Women pray for a blissful married life.
  • Performed before any ceremony or function.


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