The Navavarana Pooja of Devi (also called Srividya Sadhana) is considered the highest form of Pooja.
The Srividya Navavarana Pooja is called Tantraraj or king of the tantras and Sriyantra is called Yantraraj or the king of the yantras. The fact that the four corners of Sriyantra are guarded by Ganesha, Surya, Vishnu and Shiva is a testimony of how great this Sriyantra is.
It is a detailed ritualistic Pooja which takes about three hours. It involves invoking with beeja mantras, the 64 vatikas, invoking over a hundred Kalas of Agni, Surya, Chandra, Vahni, Brahma, Vishnu, Eswara, Rudra, Sadasiva etc, then another 100+ invocations to the three Manava gurus and several divya gurus,Devi Lalita Tripurasundari’s four Astras (weapons) and her Parivara (retinue) Devis. Then Chatushathyupachara (64 services) pooja, then bathing the Sriyantra/Devi with Panchamrut (mixture of water, milk, curds, ghee and honey) reciting Durga Sooktam, Sri Sooktam, Purusha Sooktam and Rudra Sooktam. It ends with 108 times recital of her Maha Shodasi Mantra – called Mantraraj of king of the mantras.
You can book a Navavarana Pooja to be performed in your name or your near and dear one’s name with the Sankalpa (Specific wish).