Doing an annual or yearly vastu pooja after the Griha pravesh will protect the household against illnesses, disasters and debts. The vastu poojas are samanya pooja and mahal pooja. These poojas should be done depending on the financial and personal situation of individuals. Not acting accordingly will bring monetary instability or even death. The vastu pooja should be done only depending on our financial situation. Doing this pooja will please the vastu purush and bring good fortune.
Here are what the offering should be to the vastu purush – in the Indra padam, milk and flowers, in the Aaditya padam honey and tuber vegetables, ghee in the Parjanya padam, honey in the Sathyaka padam, butter in the Brisha padam & pulses and turmeric in the Anthareeksha padam. The above mentioned are the vastu pooja offerings in the east side. As for the west side, it is grains for the Dwarapaalaka padam, hog plum in the Sugreeva padam, milk and flowers in the Varuna padam, fruits in the Asura padam, wine in the Shosha padam, oil and cattle feed in the Nrithi padam and the milk rice during the Roga padam. For the south direction, milk, ghee and plantain in the Agni padam, milk rice in the Vidhatha padam, fruits in the Grihakshatha padam, milk rice and honey in the Yama padam, rice and paayasam in the Pusha padam, sandal and flowers in the Gandharva padam and milk rice in the Mriga padam. And finally for the north direction, turmeric powder in the Naga padam, red flowers in the vaayu padam, curd and ghee in the Ballada padam, milk rice in the Soma padam, Paayasam in the Argala padam, hog plum in the Adwithi padam, sesame seeds and honey in the Dwidhi padam and milk rice and ghee in the eshan padam. These are the offerings depending on the four cardinal directions.