Invoke the Spiritual Power of Chandika, the Beauty of Supremacy

Mangala Chandi Homam On Panchami

Grand Meritorious Homam Removes Poverty, Extra-Marital Affairs, Bless Abundance

Scheduled Live On February 28 , 2020 @ 6 PM



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Mangala Chandi Homam

Goddess Mangala Chandi or Mangala Chandika is a Deity in the form of Goddess Parvati holding the celestial power of Lord Brahma. Goddess Shakti (Parvati) is in a terrifying appearance, has manifested as Goddess Chandika, to destroy evil spirits. Goddess Chandi is a female deity who closely resembles her form and nature. She identified as Lord Shakta as per pre-Vedic sources. The philosophical Samkhya system and concept of "Spirit of the Universe" or "Eternal Goddess" she is called as "Goddess Shakti" or "Goddess Devi". Her female principles are extremely powerful in nature which is voluminous, ferocious and also beyond reach. She never oblige to evil acts, never tolerate evil spirits and turn ferocious on first sight who always win over the demons, honor victory and success on her devotees and also lead the war field with various weapons directly representing the God or Devas with her forces whenever the universe is oppressed by the demons.

Importance of Devi Mahatmyam or Durga Saptashati - Overcome Difficulties, Bless Conducive Mind, Remove Poverty

Devi Mahatmyam or the Chandi is also called "Durga Saptashati", or "Glory of the Goddess" is worshipped by gods for the welfare of the universe. Containing 700 verses listed in 13 chapters with Devi Bhagavata Purana and Devi Upanishad, which is an important prose of Goddess Shakti, where Devi Mahatmyam is a written text on "Good and Evil, Bad and wicked" where Goddess Durga manifests Devi Mahatmyam in her full form, leading her force to defeat her rivalry Demon Mahishasura. 

Goddess Chandika and her outward expression of anger is exhibited in the religious prose "Devi Mahatmyam" a part of " Markandeya Purana" where she destroy the demons "Sumbha and Nisumbha" as they became uncontrollable force and after that she has been named as "Mahisasuramardini". Devi Mahatmyam is a most sacred composition, recited by Lord Shiva by himself, to worship Goddess Mangala Chandika to gain her grace, aid and blessings.

Mangala Chandi Homam on Panchami Day - Fulfill Desires in Life, Bless Peace, Abundance

A combination of three forms of Goddess Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi the merciless form of Goddess Parvati, is a personification of ruthless power of Courage and Strength and all celestial forces, one who protects from evil clouts and purify your self-consciousness, mind, heart and soul. The Homam is commenced with Lord Ganesa Puja, followed by Spinster Puja (early wedding bells), "Sankalpa", "Punyahavachanam" (cleansing the body and soul), Chanting Durga Sapthashati, Lakshmi and Saraswathi Vedic Mantras, Puja for Married Couples, Puja for Brahmachari (early marriage blessings), Chandi Yagya, Sumangala Dravyahuti (offerings to Goddess invoked in the Fire (Yagya), Completion and Mahadeeparadhana (Deepam Aarti, Lighting the Camphor and showing before Goddess Chandika) to remove the ignorance by Goddess grace and blessings. This Homam fulfills the desires of the devotee's in life, overcoming the obstacles in the marriage, solving the marriage problems, financial indebtedness, remove domestic tense, incompatibility and conflicts, clear court cases and disputes of property issues, Remove Doshas and Evil Eye and Solves all Extra- marital problems and provide instant solutions.


  • Bless to offset ill effects of evil eye, Remove hoodoo (witchcraft)

  • Negate misfortune, Bestow harmony, peace of mind

  • Overcome deterrents and obstacles, Bless success, positivity and happiness

  • Removes barriers in life, Invoke positive approach to achieve life goals

  • Remove all Dosha's of Birth Chart, Bless Abundance of wealth and prosperity

  • Overcome Enmity, Evil Effects, Endow dominance, authority and Bless manifold Success

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