Jupiter, the King-sized planet in our Solar system is correspondingly called as Guru (Leader of Gods and Heavenly bodies) or Brihaspati. Because of its enormousness, Guru has an immense effect on every planet around us and also has a very great significance in Vedic Astrology by making us Generous, Intellectual, Knowledgeable, Rich, Well-mannered and most importantly guiding us to propagate in the most exceptionally righteous path. He is the master of Vedas and a supreme powerhouse of knowledge & wisdom. Jupiter Homam is the most reliable way to bring the prominent benefits of Guru, by addressing exact needs.
Seven days of a week are correspondingly dedicated to seven specific Gods in Hinduism, as per the religious beliefs. Among them, Brihaspativar refers to Thursday, and the day is also entitled to Lord Vishnu and Brihaspati, the Devguru. Being the Legendary Planet and also Lord Medha Dakshinamoorthy (Guru of all Devas), Thursday is called as Gurubar or Guruvar. People wear Yellow clothes after taking a bath, Observe a fast, Perform Pujas & Homam, Offer Flowers, Fruits & Snack to the Deity as they recite Brihaspatiwar Vrata Katha to taste the nectar of success and to attain rigid health benefits.
Revering the Guru by performing Puja for Lord Brihaspati on every Thursdays can fetch good results in career growth, business areas, and also in family life. Worshipping Lord Brihaspati not only improve the life standard of the married couples but also cultivates the seeds of wisdom & virtue into their children minds. In the universal scheme of things, Brihaspati is very widely known to grant the fatherhood boon for childless men.
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Brihaspati Vrat Vidhi
Reciting the divine mantra “Aum Hreem Kleem Hoom Brihaspataye Namah” 108 times every day brings unmatchable growth in wealth and career. Devotees intake food only once during the Vrat day, preferably evening after the Puja is done. This Vrat is observed for 7, 11, 21, 40, 48, 51, or 108 days. When this practice is devotionally carried out for the entire lifetime, it is called as Brihaspati Sanma (Janma) Vrat.