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Kalashtami Special

Mysore Chamundeshwari Homam & Bheeshana Bhairava Homam

Remove Bad Evils, Cure Diseases, Bless Abundance of Wealth and Prosperity

Scheduled Live on January 17, 2020 @ 6 PM IST

 

Kalashtami - Cherishing the Precious Time Fulfills Charm and Ability

Kalashtami is an auspicious day dedicated to Lord Bhairava falls on 17th January, 2020 in the lunar month on the Krishna Paksha Ashtami Tithi, falls on ninth day during the waning phase of lunar month. The Ashtami Thiti after the full moon day 'Purnima' is most suitable day to invoke the blessings of Lord Kala Bhairava. Kala means Time, Bhairava means another name of Lord Shiva, in a ferocious form. Vedicfolks is performing Special Rituals on this day dedicated to Lord Bheesana Bhairava & His consort Goddess Chamundeswari shall fix all your karmic and unhealthy relationship for a fruitful career.

Mysore Chamundeshwari - KalashtamiMysore Chamundeshwari - Invoke Divine Blessing, Defeat Enemies, Negativities in Life

Goddess Chamundeshwari, a Hindu god, located 13 kms away at Chamundi Hills in the city of Mysore, Karnataka, in the form of Goddess Shakti, the god of protection, in a fierce form. Since ancient times, Goddess Chamundeshwari was worshiped by Mysore Maharajas, respected as a tutelary deity, is also called as "Naada Devathe", goddess of state and temple residing at the elevation of 838 feet from the sea level. Goddess Chamundeshwari is one of the seven Matrikas, the mother goddesses, creator of self-consciousness, chief of Yoginis, labeled as Tantric goddesses of sixty four or eighty one in numbers, who are attendants of the warrior, Goddess Durga, cherishing the identity in the cosmic world. The name is a combination of two bipolar Chanda and Munda, the two inhuman monsters, whom Goddess Chamundeshwari killed.

Goddess Chamundeshwari has a famous Shakti Peetha, consecrated to the goddess, associated with the mythology of Daksha yaga and Sati’s self immolation, is one among the 18 Maha Shakti Peethas is a goddess of power is known as Krouncha Peetha, in ancient times, it is called "Krouncha Puri", as the hair of Goddess Chamundeshwari has fallen in this place.