Yagna and Puja with yantra mantra
The Sanskrit word Yagna is originated from the verb – YAJ = which means to do
oblation to fire. Yagna are combination of rituals which are recommended in our
great Vedas. While undertaking one particular yagna the practitioner has to
recite a particular mantra and do offerings to the fire. The mantra could be
from Vedas or from Puranas.
The yagna could be undertaken for the purpose of planetary affliction in the
horoscope, some Vastu problem, child birth, marriage, progeny etc. Vedic Yagna
is the highly developed science of contacting the celestial field of life. Our
saints’ cognized specific procedures for gaining blessings from different
manifestations of the divine who create and administer the universe.
The ancient tradition of Vedic Yagna prescribes a variety of performances to
express devotion to the Divine in its varied manifestations, to celebrate and
facilitate important achievements in life, and to purify ourselves and our
environment of any malefic energy that may hinder our evolution.
Pooja is a ritual where mantra is also recited and fire sacrifice is also done,
but all are voluntarily. To undertake pooja there is no need of following the
classical method as prescribed in our Brahmin grantha or tantra books. There is
no need to chant the mantras in their prescribed quantity.
It could be said that pooja is undertaken as a general worship to the god
just to get the spiritual development. While undertaking pooja of a specific
deity one do not have fixed goal which he has targeted to achieve. Pooja may be
performed at almost any time, although certain times may be considered much more
auspicious. They generally last between one hour and depending upon the person.
Maha Ganapati Rs21000.00
A Pooja to Ganesh is often performed at the outset of any important endeavour,
including the start of new businesses, or to remove obstacles to success and
evolution, to gain support of Nature for finding a life partner, for improving
harmony in married life or for having children.
A longer Homa can also be performed. (Ganesh is also invoked at the beginning
of any Yagna, as Ganesh is considered to be the Lord of the Celestial Hosts, and
his blessings are necessary for the success of the Yagna.)
Maha Lakshmi Rs21000.00
This is one of the most popular Yagyas for householders, for it honours
MahaLaksmi, the manifestation of Mother Divine responsible for creating and
maintaining affluence in all spheres of life, inner and outer.
Fullness and bliss are two qualities intimately associated with MahaLakshmi, and
participants in Poojas or Homas to MahaLaksmi often report a distinct increase
in sweetness of consciousness as well as enhanced support of Nature.
This Yagna is frequently performed for increasing both material abundance and
richness of spiritual life. It is often performed when starting a new business,
when making important financial investments, or for improving harmony with
Durga Pooja Rs51000.00
To gain the grace of Mother Divine and receive her blessings to remove
ignorance, provide protection from adversity and eliminate suffering on an
individual and cosmic level. Durga Poojas can be of various lengths, from two
hours to six hours or more, and may be performed on a single day, or on
consecutive days. The recitation of selections from the Durga Saptashati, a
collection of beautiful hymns to Mother Divine, is an especially enjoyable part
of this Pooja.
Chandi Homa Rs51000.00
This is a more elaborate Yayga that is understood to have powerful effects on
the cosmic, global and individual levels. It is traditionally performed to
alleviate the adverse affects of the planets, liberate man from all troubles,
restore friendships, gain blessings of wealth and beautiful children, and to
overcome enemies and evil planetary influences. Performance of the Chandi Homa
includes Pooja two to three hours long and a Homa (fire ceremony) that lasts
approximately four hours. It includes the recitation of all 700 verses of Durga
Saptashati, a collection of beautiful hymns to Mother Divine.
This special Pooja to Siva includes a ritual bath (Abhishek) of the Siva Lingam,
followed by the recitation of the 200 verses of Rudra from Yajur Veda. The
purpose is to gain support for spiritual endeavours and to alleviate suffering,
both individually and for the entire creation. Yagyas to Siva also help to
remove ignorance, prevent disease and promote rapid recovery from serious
Mahamrityunjaya Homa Rs1001.00 per
This special fire ceremony to Siva is for ensuring a long and healthy life and
helps bring an end to prolonged or severe sickness, as well as for many other
purposes. It is also traditionally recommended to relieve the malefic influence
of Mangal (Mars) or Shani (Saturn) when certain astrological combinations are
present in the birth chart.
is the embodiment of Mother Divine that is responsible for the
enlivenment and spread of Pure Knowledge, as well as progress in areas of study
and of the arts. By honouring , the qualities of wisdom, intelligence
and good memory are enhanced in the individual and the environment. Yagyas for
help gain blessings and support of Mother Divine in the areas of
spiritual study, other educational activities, or in the arts, including
writing, public speaking, visual arts and music. These Yagyas are often
performed prior to starting studies.
Vishnu Pooja Rs21000.00
Vishnu is the Maintainer of the universe and is responsible for ensuring
evolution and harmony in life. From time to time, Vishnu incarnates in an avatar
such as Rama or Krishna to restore balance to the universe after a build-up of
negativity has occurred. Yagyas for Vishnu help gain general support of nature
and smooth family life.
Mitravrinda Yagna Rs21000.00
This Yagna is performed to relieve tensions and improve relations between
husband and wife and to ensure the growth of harmony, love and happiness in
Baglamukhi Yagna Rs51000.00
This Yagna is traditionally considered to have special power in helping to gain
success in court cases, or to defeat business enemies or competitors, and to
provide a strong support of nature for fulfilment of desire.
Guruji Vij Ra