Annapurna & Dattatreya Jayanthi Special
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Annapurna Jayanthi is dedicated to Goddess Annapurna, the goddess of nourishment. Once when food began to completely deplete from earth, starving people along with gods worshipped Lord Shiva who begged for food from Goddess Parvati. She appeared on earth as Annapurna in the month of Margashirsha on the day of Purnima and replenished the earth with food. Worshipping the goddess of sustenance on her day with special rituals and puja grants the powerful blessings of the goddess whose abode is in the sacred land of Kashi. Vedicfolks will perform homas to goddesses’ Vishalakshi and Annapurna, divine forms of Parvathi, to get effectual blessings of the two and invite great prosperity and profusion.
Lord Dattatreya is very powerful deity having the combined aspects of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Dattatreya Jayanti is observed on Purnima day of the Margashirsha month. Rituals on this day bestow all aspects of life, protect individuals from ancestral problems and allow a prosperous life. Also, on Datta Jayanti day, the lord’s principle is 1000 times more active on earth as compared to any other day. So, derive maximum benefit of the lord’s principle with Dattatreya Homa on the day.
Both Annapurna and Dattatreya Jayanti fall on December 22, 2018 and Vedicfolks will perform special homa for Lord Dattatreya as well.
Tucked away in a small by lane of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh is a powerful temple, part of the triad of goddesses. This one belongs to Kasi Vishalakshi and other powerful Devi shrines are Madurai Meenakshi and Kanchi Kamakshi. Vishalakshi means wide eyed goddess whose eyes penetrate the universe. Located on the banks of River Ganges, this temple comes under 18 Shakti Peeth dedicated to Goddess Shakti. It is said that the Goddess’ wrist fell here. In other versions, it is said that the goddess’ earring — hence the name Manikarnika — or eye fell here. Rituals to Vishalakshi Devi fetches you blessings of not only triad goddesses but their consort Lord Shiva in the form of Kasi Vishwanath as well. Young girls worship the goddess to find a suitable match, childless mothers for begetting a child and unfortunate people for bright fortune.
Vishalakshi Homam overcomes the six obstacles of devotion like kama (desire), krodha (anger), moha (delusion), madha (ego/ pride) and matsarya (envy) and awakens the Kundalini Shakti in man. The goddess protects you from both internal and external enemies, puts to rest relationship problems, nullifies planetary negative effects, safeguards from life threats and allays depression, black magic and other challenges to one’s life.
Smashana Bhairava Puja: The Bhairava attached to Goddess Vishalakshi is Smashana Kalabhairava. The lord is the fiercest form of Lord Shiva. The puja helps to expand time, achieve lasting happiness and inculcates time management skills in you. The lord transforms you spiritually and intellectually. He helps overcome fear, enemies and grants materialistic comforts and boons. In the land of Kashi, he grants Moksha to those who seek him.
Annapurna Homa Bestows All Time Prosperity & Erases Sorrow
Goddess Annapurna is an incarnation of Goddess Parvati. A homam to Goddess Annapurna ensures wealth, success in business and romance and fulfills all right wishes of her devotee.
She grants devotees all time prosperity and keeps them happy without grief or sorrow. She makes hunger disappear, brings happiness, removes poverty, crisis and creates fulfillment in everyone’s lives. She is the goddess of food grain and hence correlated to Dhanya Lakshmi, the bestower of plentiful crops and bounty.
Lord Dattatreya - A Collective Form of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva
Lord Dattatreya is a unique form having three heads that mark peace and serenity. These three heads can be identified with Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. He transcends the three gunas such as Rajas, Satwa and Tamas and is one with the sublime energy of the absolute guru. Therefore, he is guru par excellence or the Divine Guru. He carries the conch, discus, mace, trident, kamandalu or water pot and a begging bowl. Lord Dattatreya gets pleased easily by mere remembrance of him (smarana maatra santushtaaya).