Ayush Homa

Ayush Homam Ayush Homam means a homam performed for increasing one’s lifespan (Ayush means age). It is performed by learned priests and pandits to invoke the Ayur-Devatha to increase It is performed by learned priests and pandits to invoke the Ayur-Devatha to increase one’s lifespan and get him rid of life-threatening illnesses and problems. It is also performed once a year to keep the negative energies out of It is also performed once a year to keep the negative energies out of one’s home. The Ayur-devatha is being invoked through Agni(The Sacred fire) and learned pandits/priests perform 40 different types of oblations to the fire, thereby invoking the Ayur-devatha to bless the elders, children and everyone present at home with a long lasting and fulfilling life. The mantra chanted during Ayush Homam: “Aum Adivaidyaaya Vidmahe, Arogya anugrahaaya  dheemahi, Tanno Dhanvantri prachodayaat “ Translation:  “Offering Oblations to that Adivaidya – the oldest doctor, doctor of doctors […]

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6 Must Visit Temples if You are Trying to Conceive

6 Must Visit Temples if You are Trying to Conceive: In India, there is god for every wish, every cult. When everything else fails we rely on the power of prayer. Fertility is no different. There are gods and temples solely dedicated to the fulfilment of the desire of having a child. One of the foremost temples in India is the Garbarakshambigai Temple. This website is dedicated to Garbarakshambigai Amman. However, there are some other temples in India known for their powers to bless infertile couples with children and also bless pregnant women with a safe pregnancy and easy delivery. Listed below are a few temples spread all across the country that is famous among devotees and known to bless the worshiper with the boon of a child. 1. Sri Santhana Venugopala Swamy Temple Introduction: Situated in the village Hemmaragala, Nanjanagudu, Mysore, this 1800 year old temple is also known as ‘Dakshina Govardhana Kshetra’ and became […]

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