Dhanvantri Homam on Amalaki Ekadashi
Isolate Suffering, Increase Life Span & Vitality by Invoking Lord Vishnu’s Form
Scheduled Live on March 17, 2019
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Amalaki Ekadasi occurs on the 11th day in the Phalgun month (Tamil month Masi) during the waxing phase of the moon (shukla paksha) and it is dedicated to Amalaki or Indian Gooseberry tree. Observing the Ekadasi brings great prosperity and other benefits to the devotee. Lord Vishnu, for whom all ekadashis are sacred, is worshipped on this day because he resides in and around the tree.
Amalaki Ekadasi falls between the festivals of Maha Shivaratri and Holi thereby setting off celebrations for the latter. In Brahmanda Purana, Lord Vishnu says that a person, who observes a fast on this Ekadashi gets vast wealth, releases himself from all kinds of sins and attains liberation. Also, observing the formalities on the day is highly cleansing i.e. equal to donating one thousand cows in charity to a pure Brahmin.
Vedicfolks takes obeisance on this great day by revering the first physician of the Vedas, Lord Dhanvantri, the 12th avatar of Lord Vishnu. He emerged with a pot of nectar of immortality after continuous efforts to churn the ocean by the gods and demons. He is the original exponent of Indian traditional form of medicine, Ayurveda.
Dhanvantri Homam - Consult the Divine Doctor on Amalaki Ekadasi
This Homa is performed to conjure the gifts of Lord Dhanvantari to put an end to all health issues. God Dhanvantri spreads positive vibrations and protects everyone from any extreme health risks. Dhanvantri bestows a disease-free healthy life, vitality and strength. He removes all sufferings, ailments and aches. According to Srimad Bagavatham, by the grace of Lord Dhanvantri, not only rare diseases of the body and mind are cured, but also the soul is relieved from the constant repetition of birth and death. Performing Dhanvantri Homam on Amalaki Ekadasi removes health issues related to sorcery and witchcraft. Also, Vashishta muni had said that those who observe this holy day will attain the supreme abode of Lord Vishnu.
Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaaya
Dhanvantaraye Amrita-kalasha Hastaaya
Sarva-amaya Vinashaaya Trailokya Naathaya
Dhanvantri Maha-vishnave Namaha
Benefits of Maha Dhanvantri Homam on Amalaki Ekadasi