I have never been invited for Puja in my office and so I am not too sure what the wordings would be. I believe that the wordings of office Puja would be something like:
“All the staff members are cordially invited to attend the “XXX Puja” on (date-month-year) at (time) am/pm. The ceremony would be followed by lunch/dinner. Your presence will make the occasion gracious. “
What Puja ceremony is usually held in office? My office just holds Puja at Diwali and that too, without inviting anyone. There is no other Puja at my office, though I have friends who tell me that their offices hold Puja and also invite them to lunch after that. I would love to go through some invitation samples so that I may pass on some suggestion to the management… Thanks!
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