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Sri Veerabhadra Swamy is an aspect of Lord Shiva whose consort is Bhadrakali. He is also said to be the first Rudra avatar. He manifested from a single strand of hair of Lord Shiva to destroy Daksha, the father of Sati, who insulted the trinity god by not inviting him to a yagna. It’s not right to consider Lord Veerabhadra as fierce and ruthless. He is a great warrior who symbolizes that, you have the power within yourself to overcome pride and ego. Here, Lord Shiva denotes pure consciousness or Jnana Shakti, Sati or Shakti represents the creative energy or the power of desire–Itcha Shakti. Lord Veerabhadra denotes Kriya Shakti or the power of action and Daksha represents evil in the form of pride and ego. There are many temples dedicated to Lord Veerabhadra and he is worshipped as a guardian deity who relieves fear from the mind, protects you against evil, and rejects negativity and ignorance. He embodies courage and confidence and leads you to the path or righteousness thereby ensuring your happiness and welfare.
Sri Veerabhadra Swamy Homam will be performed on the day of Kalashtami, that is dedicated to Kala Bharaiva which is observed on Krishna Paksha Ashtami Tithi, the eighth day after full moon. Devoting the day to Sri Veerabhadra Swamy, a manifestation of Lord Shiva will ensure protection and grant every sadhaka prosperity, happiness, great zeal and success in life.
Om Hroum Hoom Vam Veerabhadraya
Lord Veerabhadra Swamy manifested due to Lord Shiva’s anger. He signifies a great warrior who destroys the ego and ignorance within a person. His compassionate nature also forgives ego and doesn’t fail to recognize the essence of a pure heart. The Veerabhadra Asana that’s a part of the ancient yoga, helps to develop extreme confidence, unparalleled power and strength for the practitioner. People receive blessings of grit and determination when they need it the most to face various challenges in life. He also helps to achieve moksha or salvation. The Veerabhadra Swamy Homam helps to attain all the blessings that the Lord Shiva form is known for.
The Sri Veerabhadra Swamy Homam venerates Lord Shiva who is the supreme consciousness and destroyer of evil. The ritual puts an end to all forms of negativity that’s harmful to both your inner self, and also dangers lurking outside that threaten your existence. It removes fear of ghosts and bad energies and clears your mind of suicidal thoughts. This is a powerful ritual that bestows valor, strength and courage to tide over stubborn negative forces that create havoc in your life. It helps you to enhance your status and increase positive vibrations that lead to calmness of the mind, happiness and comfort. The Lord Veerabhadra Swamy homam strengthens our mind and body and invokes you into the path of spiritual upliftment.
Sri Agora Veerabhadra Swamy Temple in Kumbakonam is a powerful one where Lord Shiva blesses devotees as Lord Kasi Viswanath. Constant ‘jala dara’ or water anointment takes place on Veerabadra Swamy in the temple as he’s agora or fierce, who needs to be cooled. This is also the place where poet Ottakoothar staged his great Tamil literary work called ‘Thakka Yaga Parani’. Special ceremonies to Lord Sri Agora Veerabhadra Swamy protect the devotee from evil-doers or enemies. It saves from sins and negative planet effects. Also grants quick recovery from pandemics and all types of ailments. A puja in this temple resolves debts issues and all financial burdens. It grants Ashta Aishwaryam (eight types of prosperity), good family relationships, and sound health both mentally and physically. It ensures you achieve power and all-around happiness.
The highly potential Sri Veerabhadra Swamy yantra protects from all types of evil, helps to gain victory over enemies, increases power and strength. It eliminates sorrows from your life, and solves tough problems very easily. It cures chronic ailments, thereby establishing good health, success in every task. It increases wealth and prosperity and gives all round progress and happiness. Worshipping the yantra fetches divine blessings of Lord Shiva.