Lord Ganapathy is Vignaharta, the one who removes obstacles that impede our progress in life. Ganesh, Lambodara, Vinayaka, Vigneshwara, Ekdanta and Gajanana are some of his names.
The elephant-faced lord is Adi Baghwan meaning the first of all gods. His blessings also include siddhi (success), buddhi (wisdom or knowledge) and riddhi (prosperity). He’s also a patron of arts and sciences.
At the start of any auspicious ceremony, an invocation is mandatory with poojas and homas to appease the lord, the son of deities Shiva and Parvathi.
Lord Ganapathy or Ganesh brings victory, harmony and keeps negative energies at bay apart from removing the hurdles in your life. The powerful god Ganapathy when invoked in a homam not only removes problems but also induces positive vibrations that bring peace into your home. The Ganapathy Homam is a powerful remedy for people going through Ketu Maha Dasa or Bhukti in their natal charts and hence the ritual helps to soothe the malefic effects of Ketu.
Also achieve good health, wealth and prosperity by performing the rituals according to your choice.
Given below are 54 forms of Ganapathi, and these special manifestations bring manifold of blessings to you.
Perform the homam when you have an auspicious function in your home like Griha Pravesh (house warming), Sashtiapthapoorthi (60th birthday), Sathabhishekam (80th birthday), weddings or your loved one’s birthday, or any other important occasion in the family.
At the start of new professional and personal ventures so that it becomes a success story.
Lord Ganesh rules the mooladhara chakra, which signifies material prosperity and therefore Ganapathy Homam grants wealth, solves all financial issues and brings harmony in life.
Inside the Mooladhara Chakra lies the Sushumna Nadi which enlightens the spiritual mind making the devotee conscious of the higher realms of existence.
If you are suffering from ailments like anxiety, depression, and injuries, then Ganapathi Homam could be very advantageous in granting you good health.
Ganapathy homam also removes stumbling blocks in the form of enemies, dosha, sins and evil eye.
Some of the basic materials used in Ganapathy Homa include ghee or clarified butter, Prasad like boiled and seasoned chick peas, modaks, Durva grass, coconuts, bananas, honey, puffed rice and jaggery. Other materials include, vermillion, sandalwood paste, turmeric, camphor, flowers, Ashta Dravya, conch, etc.
Our Vedic priests are highly experienced in performing the homa having superior knowledge of the powerful mantras dedicated to each of the forms of Ganapathy.