Panchamukha Hanuman Homam
Pacifies the Malefic Sun, Mars & Saturn, Promises Protection & Success in Every Walk of Life
Hanuman is an ardent follower of Lord Ram and is also a central character in the epic tale Ramayana. He is always worshipped along with Lord Rama and is said to assume any form. He is also revered for his mighty power, his ability to assume any form at will, to inflate or reduce to a thumbnail, his magical might to ward off evil and other troubles that his devotees face. He is the quintessence of wisdom, self-control, valour, righteousness, courage, strength and righteousness. One who prays to him will attain, power, success, prosperity, glory and strength.
Panchamukha Hanuman refers to the five faces of the Lord. He assumed this form to destroy Mahiravana, brother of Ravana who captured Rama and Lakshmana and took them to the nether world as a sacrifice to Mahamaya, a witch and guru of Mahiravana.The Panchamukha Hanuman is considered a very auspicious god. His five faces that of Hanuman, Hayagriva, Garuda, Varaha and Narasimha confer special blessings upon devotees.
Lord Panchamukha Hanuman ensures safety and security to all devotees. He never allows harmful energies to invade your space, showers affluence, blesses you with skill and brings chastity of mind and accomplishment.He protects from all evil forces, enemies and negative thoughts. Because he’s strong and mighty, Lord Anjaneya is worshipped during times of trouble and duress.
Each Face of the Panchamuka Hanuman Bears Great Significance in our Lives
Significance of Panchamukha Hanuman Homa
Worship this great almighty in the prescribed five ways of worship i.e. Naman (to salute), Smaran (memorise the name of the lord), Keethanam (sing His praises in the form of chants), Yachanam (to plead before him) and Arpanam (to completely surrender before Him). This is also exactly how Hanuman revered Lord Rama. this yagna is so powerful that it removes doshas related to Panchapakshi, an astrological concept that depicts five elements in the form five birds that represent a particular time in your life.
What you get from Panchamukha Hanuman Homam