One of the most sacred and divine nights of worship of primordial Mother Adi Shakti is the Navaratri, or nine nights. This sacred period has utmost religious and social importance. The goddess when worshipped in her multiple forms grants ultimate blessings to her devotees like prosperity and condemning negativity. The divine festival celebrates the victory of good over evil and signals everyone to wake up from the slumber of ignorance, clear all negative energies surrounding them, purify the mind and adopt positive attitude or virtues in future. This transformation helps them gain spiritual knowledge, transcend earthly limitations and achieve salvation. The nine nights invoke the powerful forms of the Shakti — Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi and therefore Navaratri symbolises power, prosperity, wealth and knowledge. In the northern parts of India, Navaratri concludes with Dussehra and in southern parts with Vijaya Dasami.
Vedicfolks’ special rituals to the supreme goddess Adi Shakti involve a series of pujas and homas for the progress and prosperity of our clients.
The Navaratri pujas and homas invoke the ultimate primordial force Goddess Adi Shakti for her divine blessings.
Venerating Goddess NavaDurga on Navaratri, the nine nights observed by women for the welfare of their family especially their husband’s long life. it removes financial burdens like loans by blessing you with prosperity.
Goddess Mahalaksmi is invoked in Shodasha Mahalakshmi Homam which calls for wealth showers from heaven for the auspicious Navaratri and confers the devotee with everything he/she misses in life. The blessings are from all sixteen forms of Mahalakshmi, the goddess of wealth who gives all needs and Ashta Siddhi.
Worshipping Goddess Chandi in Nava Chandi Homa on Navaratri invokes all three forms of Adi Shakti – Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi, the feminine forces that represent the festival of Navaratri. The ritual to Goddess Chandi solves problems that are beyond human control and aids us to reach objectives without any hurdles.
Scheduled on Oct 17, 2020 - Oct 25, 2020
Day 7 Saptami - Patteeswaram Temple Puja - Fulfils All Desires
This Temple is located in Chennai. This is one of the few temples of Goddess Pratyingara Devi. She is a very powerful goddess who emerged from the third eye of Sarabheswara, a manifestation of Lord Shiva with 1,008 lion heads, 2,016 hands and a blood stained tongue lolling out. A puja in this temple will help for get relief from financial problems, wedding boon, progress in business and employment opportunities.
Benefits of Nava Chandi Homam
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