Goddess Unmatta Varahi is the fierce form of a divine mother with eight arms. She represents prosperity and abundance. Her name comes from 'Unmatta,' meaning 'powerful,' and 'Varahi,' meaning 'female boar.' Varahi holds one tusk in each of her hands and sits on a Buffalo to show that she is bold, fearless, and independent. The Buffalo is a representation of Shakti, the goddess of power. Varahi is associated with the buffalo because she represents courage, like a buffalo. When it's protective of its young, it will fight fiercely. The name Unmatta is derived from the Sanskrit word 'MATA,' which means a mother who never gives up despite difficulties.
Unmatta Parvati in the form of Maha Lakshmi facing south and surrounded by eight water nymphs. Like a lotus flower, she holds a lotus in her left hand, and her height rests on her head. The goddess was worshipped by Daksha, who was directly under the curse of Lord Shiva. Daksha had performed intense tapas to get a boon from Lord Shiva that children born to him would be more intelligent and healthy than any other human being and also have huge bodies or Dakshayas. Those children would be his, gotra of Satavahanas. As per his prayer, his children came to be as intelligent, healthy, and huge as Lord Shiva’s son Ganesha. Having lost hope in all this, he pronounced a curse that his son Ganesha would be more intelligent than him and all his species would have a long life. Although meditating, he heard this secret council that those children would be born to his wife, Keshi.
The birth of the first child was auspicious. But another incident surprised them? That child was born without any head, eyes, nose, or mouth, with complete fingers on both hands and feet. He had two heads, with two bodies, holding a lotus in one hand and Sindhu in another hand. It was also difficult to know which male child was female. So, the name Janani was given to the female child and Kusha to the male child both at birth. Parvati prayed for forgiveness for this curse from Lord Shiva, who appeared like a naked sadhu amidst a handful of flowers worshipping it. He forgave Mother Devi, saying: “I am a knower of your mind only.” Lord Shiva created humans by merging himself as Unmattakootamma with Unmadakootamma’s Kutumba or the middle part. Goddess Unmatta Varahi played a significant role in removing the curse. Since then, goddess Varahi is also celebrated as Unmatta, the divine mother who blesses devotees with health and wellness.
Unmatta Varahi Homam attracts the glorious blessings of goddess Varahi in her Unmatta manifestation. The Homam draws positive energies towards the doer. The fire ritual includes lightening a fire kund to attract the auspicious blessings and aura of Unmatta Varahi. Various rituals in Homam include taking Sankalpa, chanting mantras, and presenting devotional offerings.
Here are the notable windfalls of Unmatta Varahi Homam:
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