Dhumavati Jayanthi Special
Chandi Homam & Dhumavathi Homam
Scheduled Live on June 10,2019 @ 6 PM IST
Powerful Forms of Mother Shakti, Goddesses Chandi & Dhumavati Remove Serious Problems & Sins on Dhumavati Jayanti
The appearance of Goddess Dhumavati, the seventh of the Dasa Mahavidyas, on the ashtami day during Shukla Paksha in Jyeshta month is observed as Dhumavati Jayanthi. People worship the goddess on the day to remove miseries, frustrations, mental aggression and other sufferings. She is associated with events like poverty, misfortune, diseases and burial grounds. This year the day is observed on June 10, 2019. The goddess annihilates demons by creating or transmitting poisonous fumes from her body. Since she’s an incarnation of the ever-powerful Mother Shakti, a Chandi Homa and Dhumavati Homa on the day of Dhumavati Jayanthi can bring plenitude of blessings to the devotee. Besides, these forms of Goddess Shakti can also remove serious problems and sins on Dhumavati Jayanthi.
Goddess Chandi A Terrible Force That Destroys Evil and Grants Success
Goddess Chandi is one of the most powerful goddess of the Indian pantheon. Chandi means to tear apart i.e. to rip open our negative thoughts that belie us and reveal the ugly side of a person. The Divine Mother puts you back on track so that you become conscious of yourself, tread the path of righteousness and stay blessed with good virtues. She is nirakara (without form) and is responsible for creation, preservation and transformation. Her glories have been sung from the Puranic times and recorded in the ancient classic Devi Mahatmayam. It elucidates how she appears in the lives of her devotees so that they attain peace and joy.
The Vedas sing plaudits of Maha Shakthi who is the embodiment of goddesses Lakshmi, Saraswathi and Parvati. The Devi Mahatmyam is also called Chandi Paath or Devi Saptashati. It depicts how the super goddess killed Madhu and Kaidabha as Vishnu Maya, destroyed Mahishasura as Lakshmi and slayed Shumbha and Nishumbha as Goddess Saraswathi.
In this great magnum opus, the goddess is portrayed as Goddess Chandi, Chandika or Chamunda, the reckless one and the fierce manifestation of the goddess who is feminism personified. She is enraged, zealous, or devastating. It is said that when the gods were furious, all their energies put together brought forth a blaze that was transformed as Chandika which is a cosmic form.
Chandi Homam - Bestows Everlasting Wealth, Health and Prosperity
Dedicated to super goddess Chandi, who is responsible for creation, sustenance and destruction, the chandi homa relieves you from evil eye doshas, curses and other barriers stopping your progress. It also bestows everlasting health, wealth and prosperity. The goddess armed with eighteen arms loaded with weapons protects her followers and crushes all evil that besiege them. Therefore the Chandi Homa eradicates negativity and destroys obstacles so that you can taste success in all endeavours. It suppresses your enemies and grants all goodness in all forms.
Ensures success in all matters
Fullfills your desires to a great extent
Reduces bad influences of planets
It gives strength and removes dangers
It gives relief from all types of dosha
It overcomes obstacles and wins over enemies
Goddess Dhumavati Fulfills Desires & Ensures Favourable Situations
Goddess Dhumavati is a poverty-stricken, ugly widowed form of Goddess Shakti. She emerges from smoke and hence the name. Dhum means smoke. She has no grace, wealth, radiance or charm. Her clothes are untidy and hair unkempt. According to Vedic texts, she devoured Lord Shiva when she was extremely hungry.
She is the seventh in line of the mahavidyas. As she ate up her consort Lord Shiva, she became a widow. She rides a chariot that has a flag bearing a crow. She is also seen mounted on a crow. Lord Shiva cursed her for her bad deeds and thus she roamed as a desolate, fearsome and eternal widow. She represents sorrow, distress, failure, loneliness, greed and disgrace.
She resides in cemeteries and burial grounds. She helps get rid of foes, grants relief to diseases, poverty and unfavourable situations, gives special abilities and fulfills all desires. This is the only form of the goddess without her consort. Her worship removes negative planetary effects. Worship her for ketu afflictions.
Dhumavati Homam - Overcomes Sorrows & Blesses With All Round Success
The homam is one of kind as it needs special preparations before it is organised. Only expert Vedic pundits can perform this powerful homa. It helps overcome malefic effects of planet ketu in one’s birth charts. If one wants to seek inner truths of life, then this ritual is very apt. It also helps overcome troubles caused by evil spirits and ghosts. The yagya overcomes sadness, depression, sorrow, diseases and tragedy. It helps eradicate poverty and grants all round success and spiritual upliftment quickly to the devotee.
Dhumavati homam eliminates enemy threats
Removes negative qualities of a person
Helps married women conceive quickly
Helps alleviate poverty
Prevents great loss and misfortune
Wipes out illness and severe physical trauma
Prevents curses, black magic, evil eye
Tri Shakti Archana (Puja) at Three Shakti's (Itcha Shakti, Kriya Shakti & Gnana Shakti) Temples
Thiruvudai Amman (Itcha Shakti) - The Goddess who fulfil all wishes of devotees
Kodiyidai Amman (Kriya Shakti) - The Goddess who assists us in all actions
Vadivudai Amman (Gnana Shakti) - The Goddess who bless us with knowledge
Three Devi's graces as Itcha, Kriya & Gnana around chennai region. Long ago, a sculptor carried a big rock to make an idol at Thirumanangeeswarar Temple (Present Gnana Shakti Temple). Suddenly, the rock split into three & Mother Shakti appeared before a sculptor & instructed him to make three idols in three supreme forms and the idol installed in Thirumullaivayil, Thiruvottriyur & Melur. Performing special pujas for three Devi's gives the multi-fold benefits, wedding boon and welfare of children.
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Rajarajeshwari Puja - Blesses You with Abundance and Prosperity
The deity is the presiding goddess of the Sri chakra. She blesses all living beings whether animate or inanimate with abundance and controls their mind and sensory organs. She is called ‘gnana swaroopini’ or goddess of wisdom. Since she rules over the Trimurtis - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, she is called Rajarajeshwari, a symbol of prosperity.