Nakshatra Sakthi Maha Homam
Attain Good Results in All Efforts, Abundance, Excellence & Remove Barriers and Malevolence
Invoke 27 Gods to Achieve Maximum Glory and Prosperity on Auspicious Vedic New Year 2020
The Vedic New Year, 2020, also called the Tamil New Year marks the vernal equinox when the earth’s equator passes through the centre of the sun. This occurs twice a year during the months of March and September and the duration of days and nights are almost equal. The Vedic New Year falls in the month of Chithrai on April 14 to be precise. This is also celebrated as Mesha Sankranti when the Sun enters the zodiac sign Mesha or Aries. Invoking 27 deities on a single day is very special and Vedicfolks strives to perform the Nakshatra Shakti Maha Homam on the day for maximum glory and prosperity.
The ancient Vedas have cited the significance of performing Nakshatra homas. A Nakshatra is one of the 27 divisions of the sky and each covers 13 degree and 20 minutes of the zodiac.
Each of these nakshatras is ruled by a particular Shakti or power. They have three kinds of effect on the native – above, below and their combined or final effect.
How Nakshatra Shakti Maha Homa is Significant on Vedic New Year Day
The Tamil New Year marks new beginnings and fresh start of all important matters in your life. Performing the Nakshatra Shakti Maha Homa fetches good results in all forthcoming endeavours, removes all types of dosha of the birth chart, attracts wealth and abundance ensures progress and excellence in all fields. It also destroys negativity, evil powers that threaten your very existence and grants protection against them.
The 27 Nakshatras, their Shakti & Distinctive Characteristics
Ashwini – ruled by Ashwins or Twin Horsemen – quick aid and energisation, speed, prana, electrical energy and Shakti.
Bharani – ruled by Yama, God of Death – governs one’s ancestral legacy, leadership over one’s equals, social reformers, activists, philosphers, seek enlightenment.
Krittika – ruled by Agni (God of Fire), success, prominence, fast metabolism, protective influence, good cooks, fame and prominence.
Rohini – ruled by Brahma the creator – enthusiasm, eloquence, intelligence and public honours.
Mrigashira – ruled by Soma, the Moon God – fulfilment, joy, heals, rejuvenates.
Ardra – ruled by Rudra, the fierce form of Lord Shiva – active mind, career ups and downs, marital wealth and honours.
Punarvasu – ruled by Aditi, the Mother of all Gods – wealth and abundance, productivity, good virtues, nobility.
Pushya – ruled by Brihaspati or Jupiter, the Priest of Gods – wealth and opulence, high-minded, philosophy, teachers and preachers.
Ashlesha – ruled by Sarpas or Nagas – wisdom, magical powers, enlightenment, curative powers.
Magha – ruled by Pitris, family ancestors – fame, thirst for power, leadership qualities, power and wealth, arrogance, egoistic, strong values and ambitions.
Purva Phalguni – ruled by Bhaga, God of Bliss – marital happiness, robust health, lazy and indulgent, artistic, rich family inheritance.
Uttara Phalguni – Aryaman, one of the Adityas – quick mind, noble, generous, high honours, family unity, courageous, good nature powerful positions.
Hasta – Savitri or Surya, the Sun – ability to achieve goals, success, practice of yoga, seeks path to enlightenment.
Chitra – ruled by Tvashtar, the cosmic craftsman, gain merits, good karma, variety and abundance, excellence in arts & crafts.
Swati – ruled by Vayu, the God of Wind – prosperity, success and self-determination, experts in fine arts, intuitive, great knowledge and sometimes vulnerable.
Vishaka – ruled by Indagni or Indra and Agni – goal-oriented, strength, success, competitive, patient, persistent and determined.
Anurada – ruled by Mitra, an Aditya – mystical interest, organisational skills, leadership qualities, ability to work with numbers, faithful and dedicated.
Jyeshta – ruled by Indri, Chief of Gods – power, superiority, hidden occult powers, superb leaders, wealth, reclusive, profound mind, sometimes low self-esteem.
Moola – ruled by Nirriti, the God of Dissolution and Destruction – passionate nature, investigation and research, compulsive behaviour.
Purva Ashadha – ruled by Apah, water deified as god – invincible, proud, independent, social climber, fearless, aggressive, confrontational, popularity, strong temperament, successful, skillful, obstinate, aggressive disposition, fearless.
Uttara Ashadha – ruled by Vishvadevas or Universal Gods – musical ability, enduring, invincible, highly righteous, responsible, workaholic, extremely persistent, victorious, self-centred.
Shravana – ruled by Vishnu, the preserver of universe, star of learning, quest for knowledge, intellectual, extensive travel, extremely sensitive, pursuit of knowledge, self-confident, some disabilities.
Dhanishta – ruled by the eight Vasus, deities of earth – intuitive ability, visionaries, good for public relations, material wealth, ownership of property, artistic, fame, narcissistic.
Shatabhishak – ruled by Varuna, Lord of Cosmic Waters, sky and earth – fortune, immortality, mystical, scientific, reclusive, lonely, stubborn, difficult to heal.
Purva Bhadrapada – ruled by Ajaikapada, a form of Rudra responsible for storms – very indulgent, fearful, nervous, cynical, radicals, excellent speaking abilities.
Uttara Bhadrapada – ruled by Ahir Budhyana, Serpent or Deep Dragon — good oratory abilities, intelligence, responsible, writing and speaking abilities, cheerful, generous, self-sacrificing, solitude, profound insights, magical powers, blessed with good children.
Revati – ruled by Pushan, the Nourisher, also the deity for safe travel – sweet and caring, social, never mean or jealous, love for humanity, prone to childhood illnesses, love of water, creative, compassion.
Benefits of Nakshatra Shakti Maha Homam