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Rituals we perform:

  1. Ganapati Homam-To remove obstacles

  2. Sudarsana Homam-To eliminate negative energy

  3. Mrithyunjaya Homam-To protect the self from unexpected mishaps

  4. Sukritha Homam-To be freed from past life sins and to accumulate blessings

  5. Thila Homam &

  6. Pithru Kriyas-To help forefathers attain eternal peace

  7. Bhagavati Seva-To bring and retain prosperity 

  8. Badha Nirvrithi-To remove occult spells

  9. Graha Shanti-To remove malefic effects of unfavourable planets

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

Ganapathi homam is performed to beget happiness, prosperity and good health. Anyone is desirous of praying to God to remove any obstacles in any of his plan/ work/Business /action and also to be victorious in his deeds can pray to Lord Ganesha. This havan should be performed in the early morning and Poornahuthi to be offered during sunrise. He is worshipped for siddhi, success in undertakings, and buddhi, intelligence. Ganesha is also one of the five Gods the worship of whom was popularized by Adi Shankaracharya. The worship of these five deities is called the Panchayatan Vidhan. The Ahuti / offering into the fire is called Ashta Dravya which is a mixture of the following eight materials – 1.Coconut, 2.Banana, 3.Honey, 4.Sugarcane, 5.Ghee, 6.Gingelly, 7.Jaggery, 8.Puffed rice.

Mrityunjaya Homam

This miraculous Yagya is very popular in Vedic tradition, for alleviating diseases, physical and emotional disturbances, for ensuring a long and healthy life. This Yagya is also performed to give more strength to a normally healthy person, who are highly active in a responsible position and cannot afford even slight and minuscule illnesses.

The main point of worship during this Yagya is Lord Shiva.

Spectrum of optimistic energies and vibrations cancel out all the pessimistic and wicked forces and save the person from bad luck. When someone is unwell or wounded, Mahamrityunjaya Homam is done round the clock to avoid the danger. Maha Mrityunjaya Homam procedure is complicated, but highly helpful for faster mending from any kind of sickness & improvement of fitness.The important offerings in Mahamrityunjaya Yagya Vidhi are Amrita, an immune system boosting herb and seeds of Banyan tree. Sesamum,Karuka,Milk,Ghee and Rice cooked in milk.This helps  rejuvenate, give health, prosperity, longevity, harmony, wealth and pleasure.

Bhagavati Seva

The Bhagavathi Seva is an ancient Vedic puja ceremony done to restore balance in the environment and bring peace within us and the 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. 

Performing this puja at home introduces good vibes in a home and removes any undesirable ones. When this puja is performed in the temple, the power of the deity is increased considerably. Before starting the Bhagavathi Seva the priest creates a mosaic called Padmam (lotus). This is normally done using rice powder, turmeric powder, leaf powder, black powder. The design of the padmam may be as simple as Svastika or as complex Ashtadala padmam. During the puja the Godess
 is invoked and seated on this Padamam. Four lamps are placed at the four corners and a major one for the center.

Puja: The puja commences with the priest cleaning himself with ablution. The priest wears clean new clothes, since he is undertaking a great religious rite. Since this is done in the evening the priest is seated facing west. He protects himself by chanting mantrams, so that he can perform the puja without any disturbance. The presence of Goddess is invoked with the power of an appropriate mantram, which varies depending upon, for which Goddess is being worshipped to arrive in the padmam. After invoking her presence, she is also protected by the mantrams. It is important to chant them with the correct pronunciation and intonation, and the person chanting should have the concentration and devotion.

The Goddess is offered water for cleansing herself and naivedyam, which is converted into Amritam with the chanting of appropriate mantram. A manasa puja is offered to the Devi. When the Devi is pleased with such services a Prasanna puja followed by pushpanjali is performed using a mantram appropriate for the result desired. While the priest is performing pushpanjali, it is customary for devotees to recite various stotrams. It is auspicious to recite Devi mahatmyam, Lalitha Sahasranamam, and Soundaryalahari. When the pushpanjali is complete, the Goddess is sent back to her abode. The wicks of the center lamp are grouped together and put out to signify that the holy flame associated with the Goddess is put out. The wick is again lit as an ordinary lamp to be used for ordinary use.

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