The family of Kallur Mana a marvel in its own engaged in the practice of Tantric and the Vedic science of life, mastered by primeval Indian saints. Our tradition dates back to 1600 years. The Legend has it that after Sage Parasuraaman raised the land of Kerala from the Arabian sea, divided it into four "Thalis" and 64 "Graamams", and set up temples, he assigned four Namboothiri families - Kallur,Kaattumaadam and Sooryakaalady for treating the mentally deranged and to practice ‘San-Mantravada’ (Application of chants in a fixed frequency for a good cause)in the state of Kerala.. The Sooktham : "Mananaal Thraayathe Ithi Manthra:" connotes divine protection of the chanter and the persons for whom Manthram is chanted.
Kallur Mana practice only Sadmanthravaadam applying 'satvik' methods to build positive energy and thus eliminating evil forces.
All procedures required are done as per the findings from horoscopes and present planetary positions of each person. It may take 21 to 90 days to receive desired results depending upon the severity or intensity of the sufferings and proper fulfilment of offerings and medications post puja, if suggested.
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Homam is a fire ritual. It is also known as homa or havan or yajna (yagya) or yajana. In homam, divine presence is invoked into fire using specific procedures. Then materials are offered into fire, along with sacred chants (mantras). The offerings are destined to reach gods. Ganapati Homam-To remove obstacles Sudarsana Homam-To eliminate negative energy Mrithyunjaya Homam-To protect the self from unexpected mishaps Sukritha Homam-To be freed from past life sins and to accumulate blessings Thila Homam & Pithru Kriyas-To help forefathers attain eternal peace Badha Nirvrithi-To remove occult spells Graha Shanti-To remove malefic effects of unfavourable planets For more information visit https://www.kallurmana.org/rituals
Bhagavathi Seva is an ancient Vedic puja ceremony done to restore balance in the environment and bring peace within us and the outer world. It balances the malefic effects of planets. Bhagavathi Seva means worship or service to Goddess. By performing this puja with devotion, the devotees and their families get the blessings of the Goddess and obtain longevity, health, wealth and happiness. obtaining riches and overcoming enemies. For more information visit https://www.kallurmana.org/rituals
Yantra (यन्त्र) (Sanskrit) (literally "machine, contraption" is a mystical diagram, mainly from the Tantric traditions of the Indian religions. They are used for the worship of deities in temples or at home; as an aid in meditation; used for the benefits given by their supposed occult powers based on Hindu astrology and tantric texts. They are also used for adornment of temple floors, due mainly to their aesthetic and symmetric qualities. Specific yantras are traditionally associated with specific deities. For more information visit https://www.kallurmana.org/yantras