About Jwalamukhi Homam
Jwalaji is the representation of Adi Shakti Durga. It is a shrine in Himachal Pradesh, where it manifests in the form of nine divine flames coming out from the earth in a small pit. These flames do not have any oil or other combustible source, but they just appear from the crevices of rocks of the shrine and keep on burning day and night as eternal light of divinity and positivity. It is the place where the tongue of Devi Sati fell. Jwala means flame and Mukhi means the face from where the Jwala is emerging, thus Jwalamukhi. There are no idols of Goddess present in this temple only the nine flames representing nine principal forms of the Goddess are worshipped here.
It is considered very auspicious to worship Jwalamukhi Devi on the night of Purnima as her powers are very active at this time. The brilliance of Moon and the brilliance of Devi's flames complement each other and the powers of the Devi are at their peak. This divine combination of brilliance of light uplifts the beaten spirits of the people and fill them with exuberance as well as with power. These nine flames represent the mystic powers of the Goddess which cannot be put away by any external force or power.
Worshipping Goddess during this powerful Homam destroys the negativity as well as negative forces like evil eye, black magic etc. the life of the devotee is safe from any kind of power which tends to suppress the growth of his life. This Homam also removes all the planetary Doshas and blesses the devote with progeny. This Homam enhances the prospects of one's business and takes the business to success and make it profitable. The business starts flourishing and one basks in the glory of financial stability.
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Details of Maha yagya
Mahayagya is a kind of Pooja that requires a havan kund and continous fire lighting which continues for long duration of days usually ranging from 7 to 21 days that requires the presence of more than one priest. Those taking part in the Mahayagya seeks the blessings of their gods/goddesses. Mahayagya can be performed to get relieved from any kind of problem or to ensure overall prosperity.
Mahayagya Vidhi Vihaan
This is the first step of the Vidhi. In this step, the priests performing the yagna welcomes Lord Ganpati and other Gods and Goddesses through mantra chanting. This is an important part of the yagya as it builds the strength of the yagna and pooja. Avahaan is an attempt to invite the Lords to honour the yagna.
Sthapana is the second step wherein the priests performing the yagna/Yagya, installs the statue or photograph of the deities for whom the Yagya is being perfomed. This step comes once the priests successfully invites the Lords to the Pooja through Mantra Chanting. This step is crucial as the statues installation builds the foundation for the various holy offerings to be performed.
This is an aesthetic step which brings us closer to the yagya. In this procedure, the priests and the attendees offer flowers to the dieties’ statues or photographs. Offering flowers in the feet of the Gods/Goddesses is a kind of showing affection and respect towards them. It is an act of pleasing the deities.
Archana vandana begins after the priests and attendees have offered flowers to the deities. In this step, the priests and attendees offer prayers to the installed deities. They praise the Lord and thank them for all that the almighty have blessed them with and also seeks forgiveness for their sins. They also put forward their wishes and ask the Lords to fulfil them.
Aarti is the next step in the procedure. Aarti takes place in the front of the deities. It can be performed solely by the priests, also the attendees are welcome to take part in it. In this ceremony, the priest has a tray with lighted oil diyas, burning essence, bell, a water vessel, flowers and some offering of food. This step consists of all four elements of which the world is made that is Fire, earth, water and air. The priests and the attendees sing praises of the Lords while doing rounds of the burning diyas and ringing the bell simultaneously.
In this step, the priests offers the deities, some kind of sweets and fruits in the form of Prasad which is distributed among the members participating in the yagya at the end of Pooja/Yagya. Usually Prasad can be in form of ‘chappan bhog’ meaning 56 different kinds of sweet and salty eatables that the deities are known to relish.
Beejmantra Yantra Prathista
In this step, a Yantra is placed near the havan kund and the deities. The priests chant the holy mantras known as Beejmantra to please the Lords. The Beejmantra is chanted with the purpose of energising tha yantra. The yantra, then, can be used to remove any kind of problem for which the Yagya is being performed or to fulfil the wishes at hand.
Yagya Aahuti Mantra Jaap
This is the last and the most crucial step in the Yagya Vidhi Vidhan as it goes on for days. In this step, the priests continuously chant mantras and offer Aahuti in the havan kund with the purpose of praising and pleasing the Lords. Yagya Aahuti Mantra Jaap goes on for long duration.