Varalakshmi Vratham Special
Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Homam
Power seat of Wealth Mahalakshmi Abolishes Your Money Woes & Removes Hurdles to Success and Dangerous Foes from Life
Scheduled Live on Aug 09, 2019 @ 6 PM IST
Varalakshmi Vratham – Ideal for Blessings of Multifold Wealth of Goddess Mahalakshmi
Varalakshmi Vratham is an important ritual followed by women, especially married women. The goddess grants boons to her devotees who observe fast (vratham) on this day, August 09, 2019. This popular festival is celebrated on the Friday before the full moon in the Tamil month of Aadi, Hindi month of Sawan and English mid July to mid August.
Venerating the most popular Goddess Maha Lakshmi on this day means blessings are sure to come your way manifold because it is equivalent to worshipping the Ashtalakshmi cluster for blessings of wealth, nature’s bounty, learning, love, fame, progeny, pleasure, strength, success etc. The splendour and significance of this grand fasting is narrated by Lord Shiva in the Skanda Purana and Vedicfolks has dedicated the day to Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Homam as part of the signature ritual series for the powerful Sakthi Peethas.
How Shakti Peethas Came Into Existence
Shakti Peethas are power houses of supreme goddess Shakti where parts of her body fell. Goddess Sati, a form of Shakti, married Lord Shiva without the consent of her father Daksha Prajapathi who despised the lord for his unkempt appearance and also for destroying his father Brahma’s fifth head in a fit of rage. Daksha organised a yagya where in he invited all the gods and demigods ignoring Lord Shiva. This angered Sati who went uninvited to question her father. In spite of Lord Shiva’s refusal to grant permission, Sati goes and gets humiliated by her father who speaks ill of her consort too. Too upset to face her lord again, she commits self-immolation and dies. Hearing the news, Shiva arrives at the spot, carries his wife’s body and performs his famous cosmic dance Tandava without end, which causes an imbalance on earth. All the gods approach Vishnu for a solution and the lord uses his Sudarshan chakra to chop off the body of Sati which splits into pieces and falls on the Indian sub continent. Shrines were built in those places which became the power seats of Shakti called Shakti Peethas.
The Bhairava connection: Bhairava is a form of Lord Shiva who is free from fear and in his honour a temple is present for every Shakti Peetha. After Shakti’s body pieces fell, Shiva travelled to the places and practiced ‘Avayava Dhyanam’ which means seeing a part and envisioning it as whole. In this meditative practice, he became a Bhairava, free from all fear, and found a place next to his consort in each and every power seat of hers. The Bhairava associated with Kolhapur Mahalakshmi is Krodishta Bhairava.
As part of Vedicfolks Signature Ritual of 2019 Sakthi Peetha Series of Homam with Bhairava Puja we begin by invoking the beautiful deity Kolhapur Mahalakshmi, the goddess of wealth, prosperity, fortune, power, auspiciousness and fertility.
Kolhapur Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of Spiritual and Material Wealth
Goddess Shakti’s three eyes fell at Karavira in Kolhapur in Maharashtra and she took form as Mahishamardini and the Bhairava associated is Krodisha (the angry one). She manifested as Goddess Mahalakshmi in a temple which is also called the Amba Bai temple. Here she fulfills all her devotee’s wishes and grants them spiritual and material wealth. The Kolhapur temple is also known as Dakshin Kashi because it is the perpetual home of the goddess and her consort Vishnu.
Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Homam blesses you with Wealth of All Forms
Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Homam is performed to summon the vitality that represents Goddess Lakshmi. The Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Homam brings the blessings of the powerhouse of wealth, the goddess of riches and affluence Lakshmi. Performing rituals to this divine form with great reverence can bestow you with wealth, prosperity and grants well-being to you and family, overcome problems of all types including health. It also brings blessings of all forms of Lakshmi, mainly eight, along with their special attributes like progeny, courage, success, education, foodgrain etc.
• It’s brings with it boon of riches that can wipe out money woes.
• Find relief from financial threats and hurdles to lead a life of peace.
• Kohlapur Mahalakshmi Homa removes hurdles to success in all endeavours.
• Get material and spiritual blessings that include eight wealth blessings of all forms of Goddess Lakshmi.
• If you are stuck with debts then this ritual is a sure method for its quick recovery.
Other Power Rituals For Kolhapur Mahalakshmi on Varalakshmi Puja
Lord Bhairava Puja - Grants Power to Make Crucial Decisions
Bhairava is a form of Lord Shiva who is highly merciful. Krodisha Bhairava is the fourth powerful Bhairava among the Ashta Bhairavas. Krodisha Bhairava puja transforms a person both intellectually and spiritually. The deity helps you win over even the most dangerous enemies and live a fearless life. The devotee achieves all materialistic comforts and receives all the boons he seeks from the Lord. The puja enhances performance in every front of life and allows better time management skills. Krodisha Bhairava removes obstacles and grants the power to make crucial decisions in life. It also removes worries of the sick who suffer from grave diseases.
Lord Hanuman Puja Gives Success in All Important Tasks, Blesses With Valour
Lord Hanuman also known as Anjaneya, Kesari, Nandi, Maharudra, Bajrang Bali, Maruti, etc is said to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva. He is known for his boundless quality of immense power, great exploits, strength, devotion and perseverance. He stands tall and mighty and he’s the most popular deity of the Hindu pantheon. A puja to this mighty lord cures all diseases, grants valour, protection from evil, enemies and dark enchantment. He rules over Saturn and can nullify its bad effects. The puja can bring success in all your important tasks and give you tremendous physical and mental strength. Just like the Bhairava Puja, a puja to Lord Hanuman is mandatory as part of the Vedicfolks’ Sakthi Peetha Series of Homam.