Chinnamasta Jayanthi and
Narasimha Jayanthi Special Ceremonies

Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam

Unleash Boundless Energy, Remove Obstacles, Ignite
Divine Change and Manifest Divine Power

Gandaberunda Narashimha Homam

Reap Celestial Power, Conquer Ultimate Chaos,
Nurture Cosmic Balance and Inspire Majestic Strength


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Chinnamasta Mahavidhya: Ferocious Avatar of Mahadevi

Chinnamasta is one of the ten Mahavidyas and a formidable embodiment of cosmic energy. She is revered as a dominant Tantric deity who bestows profound bliss and vitality. This supreme incarnation of Goddess Kali represents a fierce manifestation of Shakti Devi. She is known for her striking presence, Chinnamasta is also held in awe as an aspect of Goddesses Durga, Bhagavathi, and Parvati. It brings out her integral role in Vedic spirituality.

The name Chinnamasta signifies 'she whose head is severed', epitomizing the goddess's themes of self-realization and moral awakening. She is renowned for her dual role as both creator and destroyer of life. The mighty goddess is celebrated for her self-sacrifice, as depicted in her dramatic iconography where she decapitates herself to feed her devotees. It demonstrates the ultimate act of selflessness in the face of dire circumstances.

Various legends highlight the extraordinary powers of Chinnamasta Mahavidya. A prominent tale recounts how Goddess Parvati alleviates the hunger of her attendants Jaya and Vijaya during a prolonged bath. She severed her own head causing three streams of blood to nourish herself and her attendants. This act of extreme self-giving birthed her identity as Chinnamasta Devi. She is also known as Prachanda Chandika as she once rallied with deities Kala and Tara to defeat formidable demons. It reinforces the cosmos's stability through her fearsome power and self-sacrifice. It truly exemplifies her role as a protector and a paragon of fierce dedication.

Significance of Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam

Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam is a highly revered Vedic ritual dedicated to Goddess Chinnamasta. She is one of the ten Mahavidyas in Vedic sphere. This ritual holds great implication for its adherents as it bestows immense spiritual power and enlightenment. Chinnamasta is depicted as a self-decapitated goddess. She signifies the simultaneous aspects of creation, preservation, and destruction. She represents the life cycle itself. The Homam is performed to invoke her blessings for the removal of obstacles, the realization of self-control, and the enhancement of Rajasic (dynamic) energies. It is quite beneficial for those seeking inner strength and courage to overcome challenges and moral dilemmas. It nurtures a direct confrontation with the ego and physical desires.

Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam

Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam

Greets with Limitless Power and Achieve Supreme Liberation

The Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam is a powerful spiritual practice for those on the path of Tantra and Kundalini yoga. It aims to awaken higher consciousness and psychic abilities. Through this Homam, devotees seek to reconcile their Prana and transcend worldly attachments. It channels the Goddess’s energy to cut through ignorance and attain divine knowledge. This ritual is also pivotal for achieving Siddhis (spiritual powers) and is undertaken during specific astrological alignments to maximise its spiritual impact. Performing the Chinnamasta Homam can lead to direct and divine experiences. It brings a deep realisation of the interconnectedness of life and death. It eventually promotes spiritual liberation and enlightenment.

Benefits of Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam

  • Sharpens intuition and deepens meditation.
  • Removes life's obstacles for smoother progress.
  • Boosts vitality and personal power.
  • Cultivates the courage for selflessness and divine change.
  • Invites prosperity and success in endeavors.

Gandaberunda Narashimha: Gives Eight-Fold Rare Blessings of Eight Powerful Gods

Lord Gandaberunda Narasimha is the highest manifestation of Maha Vishnu. The form has eight heads and 32 hands holding various weapons and possesses magical strength. Lord Gandaberunda is capable of dealing with ultimate forces of destruction. The lord protects his people from abhicara prayogas (dark evil such as black magic) of every kind, and enemies. Mighty Gandaberunda is the combined power of Narasimha in all glory with Sharaba, Durga, Kali forming a part of the form and Goddess Lakshmi as Narasimhi or Pratyangira Devi.

Specifically, the legend of Gandaberunda Narasimha in some Puranas including the Shiva Purana and the Vishnu Purana. These texts describe Gandaberunda Narasimha as an avatar of Lord Vishnu. He is created to restore balance and peace when no other form could suffice. According to the Puranas, after the Narasimha avatar of Vishnu had slaughtered the demon Hiranyakashipu, its immense rage could not be controlled. Lord Shiva took the avatar of Sharabha to pacify Narasimha. To counter Sharabha, Vishnu then manifested as Gandaberunda, a form so powerful that it could resist Sharabha's dominance. It signifies the cycle of creation and destruction in the universe. This story underlines the theme of cosmic order and the necessity of multiple forms of divinity to maintain the balance of the cosmos.

Significance of Gandaberunda Narasimha Homam

Gandaberunda Narasimha is a super powerful form having the combined forms of eight gods. These forms are unique and have individual, special powers, great magnificence and strength. Therefore, Gandaberunda Narasimha has eight-fold powers of all these unique gods. Gandaberunda Narasimha Homam gives eight-fold blessings to the devotee for rare divine gifts of security, immense riches, royal grandeur and might. The name Narasimha is added as a suffix to Gandaberunda to fortify the strength and magnificence of the form – to prove its might along with the other gods.

Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam

Gandaberunda Narasimha Homam

Greets with Limitless Power and Achieve Supreme Liberation

Gandaberunda Narasimha Homam is a very powerful ritual that invokes the angry form of lord Narasimha that destroys tough immorality of your enemies and protects you from all types of dosha. This homam is meant for the welfare of devotes. The eight faces of Narasimha grant multifold blessings to ensure your peace and happiness. The ritual keeps a check on negative planetary influence in your life by clearing all hurdles and difficulties. It also removes snake curses, fear of snakes and ancestors-related karma. The homam will be performed by experienced, orthodox priests who follow the rules of Shastra strictly.

Benefits of Gandaberunda Narashimha Homam

  • Eradicates severe negative influences and dark energies.
  • Boosts inner spiritual power and resilience against adversities.
  • Shields against calamities and malevolent forces.
  • Restores harmony and balance in life’s cosmic energies.
  • Empowers with leadership abilities and decisive action.

Puja at Sholinghur Yoga Narasimha Energy Center
Removes Sorrows, Health Disorders and Confers Fortune, Moksha

Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam

Sholinghur Yoga Narasimha energy center is one of the 108 Divyadesams of Lord Vishnu in Vellore district. This shrine is located on a hilltop about 230 metres high, and one needs to climb about 1300 steps to reach the main sanctum. There’s a holy pond in this center called Takkan kulam or Brahma Theertham which is medicinal in nature as it remove negative energies and also eradicates skin diseases. Sri Yoga Narasimhar grants blessings to devotees along with his consort Sri Amruthavalli. And the presence of a pond on a hill is very rare. The lord liberates his devotees from the cycle of birth and death, even if they stay for around 24 minutes, called nazhigai in Tamil, in the temple and hence the place is also called as Kadikachalam. Sage Vishwamitra undertook penance here and received the title, Brahma Rishi, all this within 24 minutes. Narasimha Jayanthi and Brahmotsavam are some of the popular festivals celebrated in the Yoga Narasimha energy center. A pooja in this very powerful shrine relieves people from psychological disorders, evil spirits, sorrows and ailments. The lord fulfills wishes of the devotees by granting them immense fortune and happiness.


Energised Chinnamasta Yantra Worship
Eases Negative Impacts Of Rahu, Proliferates Abundance,
Victory and Improves Focus

Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam

Goddess Chinnamasta strikes like a thunderbolt and represents two phases of the goddess qualities which are life-giver and life-taker. Chinnamasta Yantra is a powerful and effective one that overcomes the negative planetary implications of Planet Rahu. All doshas related to planet Rahu can be overcome by worshipping this yantra. It symbolises proliferation, be it progeny, wealth or success. The yantra removes problems and protects people from abject poverty, frees limitations of the mind, improves perception, helps to find solutions to problems, grants great focus of mind for meditation etc. Chinnamasta yantra diminishes dark energies and strong negativity. The divine instrument frees from troubles and helps to find solutions to problems. The worship gives courage and energy to get jobs done against all odds and find success in them. The yantra can be placed near the entrance of the home, office, or shop or in the living room, office cabins, and study room. It can be hung on the wall or kept on the table in the east direction facing west. The energized yantra radiates the divine vibrations of the goddess and provides positive transformation power to the place where it has been installed, through the mystical patterns on the yantra.

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  • Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam
  • Gandaberunda Narashimha Homam
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  • Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam
  • Gandaberunda Narashimha Homam
  • Puja at Sholinghur Yoga Narasimha Energy Center
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  • Chinnamasta Mahavidhya Homam
  • Gandaberunda Narashimha Homam
  • Puja at Sholinghur Yoga Narasimha Energy Center
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