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Among all the Dasa Mahavidyas, Goddess Bhairavi holds the fifth position and denotes great cosmic consciousness. She is one of the most powerful tantric goddesses – a mother who would go any length to protect her children from calamities and dangers. She’s the consort of Bhairava, a fierce form of Lord Shiva that’s associated with destruction.
Kaula Tantra describes the 64 yoginis as servants of Goddess Bhairavi. She helps devotees to get relief from pain and suffering, also grants blessings of ashta siddhis or eight spiritual powers that results in spiritual progression to master all supernatural powers and techniques. She protects from harmful influences and evil doers. She destroys to create virtue, and shares unconditional love among her children. She is Time which fructifies Karma and dissolves everything to recreate.
Bhairavi Mahavidya Homam will be performed on Bhairavi Jayanthi, the goddess’ appearance day, to obtain success in all efforts especially financial and commercial transactions. The goddess removes obstacles that leads to victory in all aspects of life. The goddess is known as Bhava Bandan Mochan as her worship relieves one from all kinds of challenges. The goddess enters the soul when you revere her with total surrender, devotion and adoration. She quickly appears to rescue everyone from deep sorrows and negativity.
The purpose of Bhairavi Mahavidya Homam is to free the devotees from the clutches of Arishadvargas which are the six passions of mind or enemies of desire – kama (lust), Krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (delusion), mada (pride) and matsarya (jealousy). These negative qualities are man’s biggest enemies that they not only fill the mind with negative thoughts, but also stand as obstacles in realizing his true self and prevent achieving moksha. Bhairavi Mahavidya Homam helps to activate all chakras in the body as the deity’s energy permeates the chakras namely Mooladhara, Swadishtana, Manipuraka, Anahata, Visuddha, Ajna and Sahasrara.
Om Aim Hreem Shree Bhairaviya Namah
Goddess Bhairavi Mahavidya Homam is performed to derive power, courage, strength, ferocity, kindness, power, wisdom and strength of the goddess for the benefit of the devotee. Goddess Bhairavi, when worshipped, destroys evil desires of an individual and also protects the devotee from bad elements that cause harm. The ultimate aim of the ritual is to remove all negativity within like sensuous desires and evil motives and show the path of dharma or righteousness. Goddess Bhairavi Mahavidya Homam helps those whose lagna in the horoscope is weak and suffer due to this. The goddess is a manifestation of Parvati who symbolizes love, compassion, fertility and nourishment. Therefore one gets all these blessings from the ritual. She also controls the electromagnetic radiations that come from outer space and the effects of the nine planets are controlled by her. The ritual to Goddess Bhairavi safeguards against enemies, fears, dreadful situations and ensures your safety always. It also secures success in all your efforts especially financial dealings and instils knowledge, spirituality, wisdom and devotion. It gives a life full of love, prosperity, a happy marriage and healthy children.
Goddess Annapurna is the goddess of nourishment. Once when food began to completely deplete from earth, the starving people along with the gods worshipped Lord Shiva who begged for food from Goddess Parvati. She appeared on earth as Annapurna in the month of Margashirsha on the day of Purnima and replenished the earth with food. This day is observed as Annapurna Jayanthi. She not only provides nutrition to the physical body but also the soul in terms of enlightenment and provides energy to achieve wisdom and knowledge. Worshipping the Goddess of Sustenance on this day with special rituals and puja grants powerful blessings of the goddess whose abode is the sacred land of Kashi. Vedicfolks will perform homa to Goddess Annapurna, a divine form of Parvati, to invite prosperity and profusion on the day of Annapurna Jayanthi which coincides with Bhairavi Jayanthi. Worshipping Goddess Annapurna on this day bestows happiness and good fortune to all.
Goddess Annapurna, an incarnation of Goddess Parvathi, is the mother who feeds. She blesses the food and transforms it to amrita or nectar which makes it delicious and healthy in order to grant immortality. She not only nourishes the physical body but also the mind and soul by providing wisdom, knowledge and enlightenment. She helps to fulfill desires of a person and bestows happiness, success in every walks of life. Invoking Goddess Annapurna ensures wealth, success in business and romance and fulfills all right wishes of her devotee. It cultivates wisdom, purity, self-confidence, faith and support.
Goddess Annapurna Devi Homam grants devotees all time prosperity and keeps them happy without grief or sorrow. The ritual makes hunger disappear, brings happiness, removes poverty, crisis and creates fulfilment in everyone’s lives. She also eliminates fear, offers welfare and protection. Invoking the goddess of food grain is correlated to Goddess Dhanya Lakshmi, the bestower of plentiful crops and bounty. Also, the ritual blesses with attainment of renunciation and knowledge. The ritual cultivates unique qualities in a person and also enhances Jupiter in the horoscope since the homa is associated with knowledge, wisdom, confidence and learning. It gives purity, self-confidence, support, faith and spiritual growth.
Om Annapurnayai Namaha
Om Sadapurnayai Namaha
Om Hrim Namo Bhagavati Maheswari
Om Hreem Shreem Kleem Namo Bhagwatye
Maheshwari Annapurne Swaha
The temple of Annapoorneshwari is dedicated to Goddess Annapoorneshwari and is located on the banks of the River Bhadra in Horanadu, in Karnataka. It is said that the temple was established by Sage Agasthya. Performing Annadanam or food donation in this temple is considered very significant as it’s believed that devotees will never face any dearth of food in their homes. People of all religion, caste or creed are served food in this temple, three times a day, for free. A puja to the Goddess of Hunger removes poverty, hunger and grants wealth and prosperity. It ensures food security for the future, and gives prosperity and a disease-free life.
The energized idol of Annapurani, the goddess of nourishment, is made of high quality brass. She’s seated with a ladle in her hand. The idol is small but attractive, and the energized idol will bring blessings of great prosperity and wholesomeness in your household. Never will there be any dearth of food supply as the goddess ensures that you stay satiated always. Worship this mother of nourishment every day and get blessings of long-term fortune and contentment.