Havan Pujan

A Havan is also known as a Hom, Homan, Yagya or Agnihotra. Havan is a Sanskrit word and it means a ritual wherein the devotees make offerings to the Fire as a primary/core action. The Fire is considered to be Holy, Sacred and sacrosanct. The Fire is a symbol of divine presence. A Havan forms part of practically all Hindu Sanskaars. Common types of Havan include Aayushya Havan, Mrityunjaya Havan, Dhanwantri Havan, Ganesh Havan, Navagraha Havan, Vastu Havan etc. The fire is lit in a centre and devotees make offerings along with chanting the mantras specific to the objective for which the Havan has been organised. It is done either to please a certain deity or done with some other objective in mind..

Everyone is aware of the great effect of Havan-Yagya. Many types of materials are used in havan for the happiness of deities and for the purification of environment. ‘‘यज्ञो वै श्रेष्ठतमं कर्म’’ i.e. Yagya is the best Karma. By the accession of the God, which is given by the accent of fire, Agnidev waves the sound of the mantra and the resolution of the seeker to the God, further these waves travel through the entire universe and give the seeker the fruits of their wish. In the past, the deity for whom the Yagya was performed, gets present in the front of the devotee and give them the fruits of their wish. But with time, the proper knowledge of Havan and the proper method of devotion and desire, got vanished, due to which Yagya karma did not achieve the desired intentional purpose. According to Vedic and Tantric system, Yogini-Peetham conducted extensive experimental research on ancient Yagya method and Yagya material.

As a result, complete accomplishment was achieved in the conceptual work. In accordance with this ultimate rare method, one can get rid of problems and sorrow, and achieve the desired purpose (objective-achievement) in accordance with their wishes and actions. Register for Havan through Siddha Mantras of Maa Baglamukhi.

Puja service includes: Sthapana (Ganesh, Devi, Navgraha Kalash, Brahma), Swasti Vachan, Sankalp, Ganesh Pujan, Navgraha Puja, Invocation of major Gods, Brahman Varn, Puja of Baglamukhi devi, Baglamukhi yantra Puja, Mantra Jaap, Baglamukhi Kavach recitation, Havan with Ahutis of Honey, Ghee, Sugar, Til, Yellow mustard, & then Aarti, Pushpaanjali.

Baglamukhi Havan is performed to pacify goddess Baglamukhi to whom we believe an avatar of Maa Durga. It helps to remove the problem of court cases, legal matters and enemies of family life and able to solve the problem of Black Magic. It is beneficial in removing Mangala Dosh. Maa Baglamukhi has the power to turn all the circumstance & situation into positive ones.

 

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