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Ganesh Chaturthi hamper at a click

Anil Urs Bengaluru | Updated on September 10, 2018 Published on September 10, 2018

Puja N Pujari, a digital platform offering pooja services, has launched Ganesha Habba hampers with a campaign to ‘Unbox Your Ganesha Chaturthi’.

The start-up is offering its customers a new way to celebrate the Ganesha festival. Their Ganesha Habba hampers include an eco-friendly idol, and prayer essentials including flowers, a prayer book, incense sticks and more. All one has to do is simply unbox the festival, said Dr Mahesh Kottapalli, MD, Puja-n-Pujari.

He further said Puja N Pujari recognises that modern living comes packed with many priorities and short deadlines. It also recognises that Hindus want to feel connected to their culture and religion, and that this identity is important to them. Puja N Pujari, therefore, decided to bridge the gap between the two.

Puja N Pujari has a presence in Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, and in Texas, US. The company is looking to expand to other cities in India and abroad.

Kalpaja Dalavoi Adhikesavulu, CEO, said: “Puja N Pujari understands that the biggest hassle is co-ordination of various elements, and unavailability of commodities and performers.”

“The start-up, therefore, takes over the task of providing performers and essential material. A one-stop solution to find experienced, highly knowledgeable pujaris and purohits, and carefully selected and specially packed materials such as incense, camphor, flowers, and other sacred and holy items, Puja N Pujari also allows you to to choose purohits according to your language preference and budget plan,” she added.

More than 50 common as well as rare ceremonial products are available for sale on the website www.pujanpujari.com. These items have been sourced and packed to retain their freshness, purity and relevance to worship. Customised products and services, and affordable prices make Puja N Pujari the ideal solution for all your festival needs.

Published on September 10, 2018

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