Skanda Sashti 2019 Special
Shatru Samhara Trishati Homam With Special Pujas at 6 Abodes of Lord Muruga
Ensure Victory, Ease Off Debt Burdens, Isolate Negativity & Stubborn Rivalry
Scheduled Live on November 02, 2019 @ 6PM IST
Skanda Sashti – A Day to Win Over Adversaries & Fetch Miracle Blessings of Lord Skanda
Skanda Sashti falls on the sixth day of bright fortnight in the Tamil month of Aippasi (October- November). The deity worshipped is Lord Subramanya or Skanda. The festival symbolises the destruction of evil by the son of Lord Shiva, Skanda. The dramatic presentation of ‘soora samharam’ or the killing of demon is enacted in temples like Tiruchendur, Tiruttani etc, as hundreds of devotees watch the divine performance.
Lord Skanda manifested from the third eye of Lord Shiva to annihilate the demon Soorapadman. Those who fast and worship the lord during the time are sure to receive His blessings. He is a great miracle healer, guides devotees to the path of enlightenment. He has got control over the chakras of will power, knowledge and offers his followers pure divine love. Worshipping the lord on Skanda Sashti ensures one win over adversaries, provides peace of mind and grants supreme happiness not only for you but also your loved ones. It is celebrated as a six-day festival in temples across India and the world.
Vedicfolks itinerary for Skanda Shasti 2019 includes very effective rituals for the day to crush negative forces, gain success, courage, get relief from diseases and acquire true Knowledge.
Shatru Samhara Trishati Homa - Destroys Enemies & Ignorance
The Shatru Samhara Trishati is one of the most important texts of Kaumara sect. It is used in a covert manner to destroy enemies. It is chanted by highly knowledgeable Vedic scholars who know to handle the powerful mantras carefully.
Shatru means enemy and therefore destroying the enemy is the main aim of the ritual. The form of the lord invoked here is Shatru Samhara Murthi, the one who destroys the demon called Avidya which is the veil of spiritual forgetfulness, ignorance or individual illusion or absence of true knowledge.
The Homa protects you from enemies and gives strength to face all challenges.
It helps you recover from business debts and helps to regain lost wealth.
This homam also helps you to recover from doshas of planet Mars.
It’s a highly beneficial ritual to politicians, businessmen and military personnel.
Special Archana to Lord Muruga on His Six Divine Abodes
The six abodes of Murugan are Palani, Swamimalai, Thirupparankunram, Thiruchendur, Thiruthani and Pazhamudircholai.
Palani Murugan Temple - Located in Dindigul District, on the Palani hill top where 'Dhandayuthapani' is the main deity, in a meditating state, carrying a staff as weapon in his hands. This is the place where Lord resided after his feud with his family over a divine fruit. The main deity idol is made out of an amalgam of nine minerals popularly called Navabashanam.
Swamimalai Murugan Temple - Located in Kumbakonam, the temple is built on an artificial hill. This is the place where Muruga explained the pranava mantra "Om" to his father Shiva.
Thirupparamkunram Murugan Temple - Located on a hillock on the outskirts of Madurai where Lord married Indra's daughter Deivanai. This is the first of the Six abodes - Arupadaiveedu of Murugan.
Thiruchendur Murugan Temple - Located on the sea-shore in Tuticorin. The temple commemorates the incident where Murugan won victory over demon Soorapadman.
Thiruthani Murugan Temple - Located near Chennai, Murugan recover his inner peace after a war with Asuras and married Valli here.
Pazhamudircholai Murugan Temple - Located on a hillock on the outskirts of Madurai. Lord Murugan is seen with his consorts Deivanai and Valli.
Special Archana to Lord Muruga on His Six Divine Abodes on Skanda Sashti day bestows good health, marriage boon with love ones, unity in family victory in all endeavours, inner peace and grace & blessings of god Murugan.
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Six Face Muruga Puja - Ensures Matchless Victory And Fame
The six-face Muruga is very special as it represents six blessings of the lord. They are wisdom, strength, fame, wealth, detachment & divine powers. This is a profound Vedic ritual performed to satisfy the overtly generous God who vanquishes foes, guarantees achievement, ensures unmatched victory of devotees and makes certain that everyone lead a happy, contented & prosperous life. Each face of Lord Muruga has certain sacred functions. While the heads symbolically represent the five senses and the mind, the six tattvas and the six chakras, the faces on the other hand perform six functions.