Vedicfolks Signature Ritual of 2018: Sakthi Peetha Series of Homam with Bhairava Puja
It’s Boom Time for Your Home, Protection From Malevolence & Gain Material Lavishness
Scheduled Live on November 12, 2018 @ 6PM
This event has been completed
Please Visit this link by performing bhairava homam
Labh Panchami as the day suggests is a day of profits and falls on the fifth day of Diwali on the panchami thithi of the waxing noon. It’s also called Saubhagya Labh Panchami where good luck and material benefits co-exist and is said to be highly auspicious. A ritual performed on the day brings comforts, fortune and great prosperity in business and personal life of the worshipper.
Vedicfolks will invoke Jogulamba Devi of Alampur, one of the 18 Shakti Peetha, also called the Dakshin Kashi.
Alampur is a serene village in the south of India, Telengana State which houses the temple of powerful Goddess Jogulamba. The shrine is a Shakti Peetha where the upper row of teeth of Goddess Sati (Parvathi) fell. The goddess manifests here along with her consort Balabrahmeshwara, seated on the corpse of creatures that are symbols of destruction — scorpion, frog, lizard, bats etc. She grants siddhis in yoga and hence the name Yogula Amma, the Mother of Yogis or Jogulamba.
Devi Jogulamba is widely known as Gruha Chandi because she protects your home from destruction and disintegration and safe guards it from all kinds of evil. Her iconography depicts her having voluminous tresses with lizard, scorpion, bat and human skull in it. These creatures symbolise inauspiciousness and therefore the goddess has the power to overcome negativity and bestow the people with prosperity and growth in life.
Jogulamba Devi is a supreme power, a Shakti who has been listed under the 18 powerful Shakti Peethas of India. She is Adi Shakti in her truest form which means she also has the powers of Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi. Invoking her on Labh Panchami is equal to worshipping the three famous feminine energies of Vedic pantheon.
The Jogulamba Devi ritual on Labh Panchami is very suitable as it reveres the supreme power Adi Shakti as a primary source that transforms to three divine feminine forms Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi. The goddess is also called Gruha Chandi and removes all obstacles that prevent a house from booming. She therefore grants lavishness and removes all forms of negativity that surround the house. She instils positive thinking in the individual, grants great management skills and ensures good health to all.
Other Chosen Power Rituals For Jogulamba Devi on Labh Panchami
Vani Puja - Confers Knowledge & Reasoning Powers
Goddess Vani or Saraswathi is worshipped for her endowments of education, art culture and music. She transcends the power of speech and eloquence. Dressed in spotless white, the goddess symbolises purest form of knowledge, reality, enlightenment and reality. She also represents prosperity and riches, grants reasoning powers to the devotee. A Puja to Goddess Saraswathi can go a long way in receiving plenty of blessings from the powerful goddess.
Swarnalakshmi Puja - Waives Off Debt, Promises Wealthy Life
Swarnalakshmi is the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi and represents gold. The goddess bestows her people with happy and wealthy life. A Puja to Swarnalakshmi gives success in financial strategies, financial status and waives off debts and heavy loan burdens. Gold is also a symbol of purity, divinity and sacredness which embodies the goddess herself. A Puja to Goddess Swarnalakshmi also removes miseries, gives boons, terrorises the wicked and confers siddhi and buddhi.
Kalabhairava Puja – Manage Time Efficiently With Kalabhairava Puja
This magnificent form is a manifestation of Lord Shiva who oversees the march of time. He is the master of time so he makes a person punctual and helps in managing time in an efficient manner. A puja to Kalabhairava provides you with exceptional time management skills, wins over foes, helps you achieve in life in a big way and also gives material solaces. All troubles of negative forces can be eliminated with this puja.