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Aadi Velli – A Time When the Divine Powers of Shakti Are Doubled

During the Aadi month, the sun begins its journey southward from North and is called Dakshinayana Punya Kala. For devas, its night time or twilight zone and they are engaged in worshipping the Maha Shakthi to remove darkness from their lives. Lord Shiva is with his consort and therefore her powers are doubled during this month. The mother protects her devotees from all negative forces and therefore regarded as the most auspicious month of the year for Devi worship. The sun steers its way to enter the Kataka rasi (Cancer sign that is ruled by the Moon) and hence this month is also called Karkataka.

Friday Rituals Invite Materialistic Auspiciousness

Friday is Shukravar or the day of planet Shukra, Venus. This planet signifies beauty, wealth, and materialistic auspiciousness. A Vedic story tells that Goddess Lakshmi, a form of Shakti was given to King of Devas, Lord Indra by a sage. Lord Indra neglected the goddess which annoyed the sage who in turn cursed the Devas and asked the guru of demigods Shukracharya to look after the wealth goddess. He did as he was told and therefore his day Shukravar or Friday became so auspicious for female deity worship.
 
Vedicfolks will perform five homams for five Fridays of Aadi that is so synonymous with austerity, spirituality and godliness. The rituals have been carefully chosen to venerate the super feminine powerhouse Maha Shakthi who destroys evil and upholds righteousness.  The following yagyas also provide manifold blessings during this divine month for a devotee to achieve all wishes in life.
 

Kanchi Kamakshi Devi Homam

Scheduled Live on Aug 16, 2019 @ 6 PM IST