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Goddess Bhuvaneshwari as the name indicates is the ruler of the universe. She’s the one who creates and the one who worships her is blessed with strength, wisdom, power and wealth. Her energies appear as the fourth of the Dasa Mahavidya or wisdom goddesses that bestow divine knowledge. She plays the role of creator and protector and it is believed that a person who worships her with true devotion earn 64 divine virtues.
Goddess Bhuvaneshwari resides in all life forms as consciousness, matter, mind, serenity, and also the other extremes of destruction, violence and disturbance. She’s also iccha sakthi or the goddess of love and desire. The mother whose crown in bedecked with the moon jewel eliminates all bad influences of planet Moon in the natal chart. If the goddess of the earth is pleased through faith and devotion, then all the aspirations of devotees gets fulfilled and they are also protected from dangerous calamities. Vedicfolks will perform Bhuvaneshwari homam on Bhuvaneshwari Jayanthi, which is observed on Shukla Paksha Dwadashi day in Bhadrapad month (Purattasi in Tamil).
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Bhuvaneshwari homam enables a person to buy multiple assets in the form of land, house, vehicles and other business-related properties. Since she resides in the anahata chakra or heart chakra, the homam helps to satisfy all your heart’s desires forever. It grants peace of minds and solves all psychological disorders. For those undergoing Chandra Dosha or having a malefic moon in their chart, can perform Bhuvaneshwari homam. The ritual also evokes 64 yoginis* who help to succeed in every venture. The yoginis grant blessings of harmony, all-round thriving, great descendants, and propitiousness. They also drive away evil forces who endanger the sadhakas, forestall setbacks, grand wisdom, ashta siddhis and improve persona.
Khadga means sword and mala indicates garland. Khadgamala is a powerful Sanskrit strotram found in Vamakeshwara Tantra. It’s special and unique as it takes the devotee through the Sri Chakra, the mystical geometric representation of the supreme mother. Khadgamala also pays homage of the yoginis or aspects of the goddess who guard every points of the chakra. The sword that khadgamala depicts is the power or energy and when the devotee worships on such a sword he enjoys extreme wealth and many continents of land. The divine sword also enables us to transcend attachment, ultimately enabling self-realisation.