Vivaha Panchami – A Remarkable Day When Lord Rama Married Mother Sita
The most popular deities of the Vedic pantheon, Rama and Sita were married on the fifth day, Panchami of the Shukla Paksha during the auspicious Tamil month of Karthigai or Marghashirsha. This sacred day is being celebrated as Vivaha Panchami. Vivaha Panchami is a perfect time to solve all your marriage woes and frustrations because Lord Rama and Mother Sita are extremely benevolent during this time. To immortalise the wedding ceremony of this divine couple people celebrate this day with great enthusiasm and fervour. Rituals and ceremonies are conducted to the deities and Lord Rama is an epitome of the perfect man or Lord of self control.
Goddess Parvathi Symbolises Devotion to Spouse & Proliferation
Swayamvara Parvathi is the bridal form of Goddess Parvathi, the consort of Lord Shiva. This is a very enchanting form as it represents the state of Goddess Parvathi’s lifetime longing of marrying Lord Shiva coming to a conclusion. By performing rituals in the name of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi, the lord removes all barriers and the goddess symbolises good qualities associated with a wife.
The beautiful deity plays multiple roles as a mediator in the conflicts of heaven, as a daughter of the Great Himalayan Mountains and as the divine sister of Goddess Ganga. Fertility, marital bliss, proliferation, devotion to spouse, asceticism and power are the different virtues symbolised by Parvati. The famous literary work on the goddess, Saundarya Lahiri mentions the goddess as the source of all power in this universe and Lord Shiva gets His powers from her.
Swayamvara Parvathi Homam Removes Marriage Obstacles & Unites Estranged Couples
The adage that marriages are made in heaven seems to be well suited for this exceptional ritual that’s a boon for removing obstacles that delay marriage. Goddess Parvati, the consort of Lord Shiva, also an embodiment of Shakti is the main deity invoked in this homa. The ritual removes blocks that prevent marriage and the prospective bride or groom is blessed with a suitable spouse. It attracts the goddess towards you, ‘Mama Vasam Akarsha’, which means to be drawn towards the person who is summoning the deity. It unites couples who have separated, removes infertility issues and blesses with prosperity and abundance in everything including child blessings.
Benefits of Swayamavara Parvathi Homam