A Perfect Time to Solve All Marriage Woes
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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.
Rama won Sita in a Swayamvar (practice of choosing a groom suitable for the bride from a list of invitees) after breaking the divine bow of Lord Shiva. Lord Rama brought Sita to Ayodya from Mithila in a procession amidst loud cheer and joy of the people. It was a day of celebration and kingdom of Ayodya, where Lord Ram was born wore a festive look.
Why perform rituals on Vivah Panchami
As Vedicfolks undertakes to perform the Swayamvara Parvati and other Vedicfire rituals for Vivaha Panchami, it is considered very auspicious for married couple to experience a harmonious life filled with prosperity and happiness. It is a day when ideal couple who also lived as role models entered into wedlock. By paying reverence to such great deities on the day one is sure to get their blessings to strengthen relationships and marital bonds.
Vivaha Panchami Vedicfire Rituals
For Enhancing Marriage & Relationship | Scheduled Live On December 12, 2018 @ 6 PM IST
Swayamvara Parvathi Homam Removes Marriage Obstacles
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.
Benefits of Swayamavara Parvathi Vedicfire ritual
For a happy married life
For a successful love marriage
Prevent divorce between couples
Infertility issues or having problems of conceiving a baby
Suitable for Matrimonial Harmony
Makes sure that husband and wife relationship is good
Also, helps those looking for a remarriage
Kamakala Malini Homam For a strong bond with your spouse
At the very centre of the Shri Yantra are the very points which causes it to originate and that is the kamakala. It consists of three bindus that are potential sources. Their colours are red, white and mixed. The red bindu is ova, the white is semen and the mixed one is union of Shiva and Shakti. This results in creation which is like the sun and moon meeting each other during an eclipse.
The yagya therefore increases your carnal pleasures so that a strong bond is developed between the husband and wife.
Here Kamakala Malini is the deity who rules this aspect of the Sri Chakra, a form of Goddess Tripura Sundari.
Kamaratna Homam Attracts a Loved One by Your Side
Once Goddess Parvati asked Lord Shiva how a person can be incanted and Lord Shiva explained the secrets of Kamaratna to his consort. It is basically performed to subdue a person or charm a loved one so that they don’t go astray or leave your side. The day of Vivaha Panchami is so apt for this homa to keep your marital bonds strong or even if you want to attract a dear one by your side for matrimony this yagya is most suitable. There are a set of very powerful mantras used for the purpose and only renowned scholars or pundits can carry out this ritual successfully.
Kamakala Kali Homam Grants Boon Of Progeny
The three bindus as mentioned before are the three points in the triangle and represents the Hamsapitha where pitha means the yoni or inverted triangle or abode, Hamsa denotes the bindus and Kamakala the triangle they make. It also refers to the union of Shiva and Shakti to create or manifest. As goddess Kali resides in the yoni chakra and is known for her carnal desires, therefore called Kamakala Kali. Hence, the ritual is dedicated to this supreme force, an aggressive form of the divine Mother.
The Kamakala Kali homa on Vivaha Panchami entails you to unite with your spouse and live life happy with no qualms whatsoever. It also benefits those who are childless and unhappy as it grants blessings of progeny. It also attracts the person you seek and whom you want to share your life forever.
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