“हेयम् दुःखमनागतम्" || Heyum dukhaman agatham
"avert the danger that has not yet come"

पूर्वजन्मकृतम्पापंव्याधिरूपेणबाधते।तच्छांतिःऔषधैःदानैःजपहोमक्रियादिभिः॥
Poorva Janma kritam papam vyadhi roopena badhatey | Tat shanthihi aushadaihi danaihi japa homa kriyadibhihi ||

We enliven natural law for a specific desired effect.

The Different Vedic Yagya Remedy Processes

Pooja, Homa, Japa, Tarpana, Dana and Yagya are the common forms of Vedic remedies. Westerners know these all as “Yagya”, however differences do exist. Pooja:This is a simple form used in daily practice for everyone. A Lord is worshipped by 16 forms (Upacharas) of...

How Do Yagyas Influence Us?

Vedic Yagyas have a deep influence on one and all. Vedic science uses the support of nature, wisdom, the Vedas, Astrology and Mantras.

The Importance of Yagya/Vedic Remedies and Their Origins

A Yagya is a process prescribed in the Sacred Vedic Texts and practiced by saints and sages throughout the ages yielding verifiable, positive results. The natural laws are vitalized for a specific effect. Through Yagya humanity has benefitted through harmony with all...

How to proceed with yagya services?

In addition to the prescribed Yagyas, we also offer customized ones. The proper date and time are vital to any Ygaya. Once the Yagya is ordered, we will contact you via email or phone to get the date of birth, time of birth and birthplace location. Your gotra...

Purpose of a Yagya/Homa

Yagyas and Homas use the laws of nature to assist or reduce any tendency before it manifests. They work to reduce negativity while bringing support for success and fulfillment. Past negative karma is counteracted, creating positive karma for the present and future....

What is a Homa/Yagya, and how do they work?

A Homa/Yagya is an elaborate sacred Vedic ritual performed by trained Vedic priests or pundits. As prescribed in the Sacred Vedic scriptures, precision and timing along with intention are paramount. Ancient Maha Rishis and Saints have passed down this knowledge and...
Shyamala Navratri

Shyamala Navratri

The nine divine nights of Navratri, which are dedicated to the goddess Durga, are the most auspicious time of the year in the Vedic tradition.  Goddess Mother Divine (shakti) is the decorated and celebrated in 9 different forms on each day of Navratri representing the...

Significance of Kartika Month

The month of Kartika is one of the most auspicious months in the Vedic lunar calendar. The lunar calendar has been divided into Dakshin Ayana (winter solstice) and Uttarayana (Summer Solstice). Kartika Month comes under Dakshin Ayana. Out of the two...
Lord Dhanvantari

Lord Dhanvantari

Lord Dhanvantari the Celestial Healer and Physician Bhagavān Sree Dhanvantari  Dhanvantari is regarded as the celestial healer and physician of the Gods. He is regarded as the god of Ayurvedic medicine (Ayurveda) in the Hindu religion. Hindus know Him as the father of...
Significance of Deepavali

Significance of Deepavali

Deepawali is an important festival for Hindus and is a New Moon Day. Deepawali or Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Vydic festivals. It originated in ancient times and is also popularly known as the “festival of lights” in the west....
Sudarshana Homa

Sudarshana Homa

Jaya Jaya Sri Sudarshana! Jaya Jaya Sri Sudarshana!! Lord Sri Sudarshana is the chief Deity of this Very Powerful Sudarshana Homa. The Word “Sudarshana” itself means “Su” – right or correct, “darshana” means vision. The...
Bhagalamukhi

Bhagalamukhi

Of all the Mahavidyas, Bagalamukhi is the one whose meaning is the most elusive. Her symbology varies widely, and its interpretation shows little consistency. The opinions of one informant often bear little relation to those of another, and even while making...
Shyamala Navratri

Kali

This Maha Vidya is known as the first and foremost one in Dasa Maha Vidya Devis. She has dark complexion and yet brightly radiating very powerful Divine aura.In the Vydic Month of “Aswayuja masa” (that is around September-October period) close to Saran Navarathi time,...
Dasara

Dasara

SARAN NAVARATHRI (9 Nights of Fall) - 2020 SARAN NAVARATHRI (9 Nights of Fall) - 2020 Significance Of Saran Navarathri And Benefits Of The Special Yagyas During This Period Navrathri is a festival dedicated to Worshipping the Goddess. Apart from the 9 given forms of...
Significance of  Vara Maha Lakshmi Pooja

Significance of Vara Maha Lakshmi Pooja

  Sri Vara Maha Lakshmi literally means, boon granting a form of the Goddess of Wealth & Prosperity. Sri Vara Mahalakshmi Vrata or Pooja is one of the prominent and important Hindu festivals. It’s primarily celebrated in the South States of India, like Andhra...
THE STORY OF KARKATEE – THE GIANT RAAKSHASI

THE STORY OF KARKATEE – THE GIANT RAAKSHASI

THE STORY OF KARKATEE – THE GIANT RAAKSHASI (The Demon) STORIES FROM VAASISHTA RAAMAAYANAM OF VAALMIKI MAHARSHI -By Narayana Lakshmi INTRODUCTION This is the story of a demoness who was brainless, animal-like and cruel. When performing penance to satiate her...
Ratha Saptami

Ratha Saptami

Importance of Ratha Sapthami Ratha Sapthami is an auspicious festival celebrated by Hindus and it is dedicated to Lord Suryanarayana. It is during this time that Surya/Sun moves from the southeast to the northeast. We worship Lord Surya for better health and...
Dasa Maha vidya in astrology

Dasa Maha vidya in astrology

The Dasa Mahavidya Yagya Worship also a remedial measure for Nine Planetary positions. Yagya of each individual Shakti Powers mitigate the problem caused by the individual Retrograde or malefic planets in once Horoscope. various Shakti powers as per the planets are...
Kamalatmika Mahavidya

Kamalatmika Mahavidya

The series of ten Mahavidyas begins with Kali and ends with Kamalatmika. Both are aspects of the Divine Mother and are widely worshiped in their own right apart from the context of the Mahavidyas. Lakshmi is a very ancient form of the Divine Mother. In Vedic times she...
Significance of Devi Matangi in Dasa Maha Vidya Series.

Significance of Devi Matangi in Dasa Maha Vidya Series.

Divine Mother Devi Matangi holds the 9th significant position among the 10 Dasa Maha Vidya’s. She has dark complexion and yet is lavishly elegant and beauty with very refined beautiful features. Devi Matangi resembles Devi Sarasvati in appearance especially, the way...
Maha Vidya Homa for Sri Chinnamasta Devi

Maha Vidya Homa for Sri Chinnamasta Devi

Description & Benefits: Will gain victory over enemies, gain home, land and all past negative karmas from past births will be neutralized. Sri Chinnamasta Devi is also popularly known as ‘Vajra Vairochani’ or ‘Prachanda Chandi Devi – The...
Mahavidya Goddess Bhuvaneswari

Mahavidya Goddess Bhuvaneswari

Dasa Maha Vidya Goddess  The fourth Mahavidya Godness is bhuvaneswari ,whose form closely resembles that of Tripurasundari. Even more than the goddess who is beautiful in the three worlds or transcends them, Bhuvaneswari is identified with the manifest world and our...
Goddess Dhumavati

Goddess Dhumavati

Goddess Dhumavati If Bhairavi represents overwhelming brilliance, Dhumavati personifies the dark side of life. We know from our own experience that life can be exhilarating, joyful, and pleasant—something we want to embrace and live to the fullest. But at other times...
Dasa Maha Vidya Maa Bhairavi

Dasa Maha Vidya Maa Bhairavi

Goddess Ma bhairavi maintains the sixth significant position among all the ten Dus Mahavidya’s. Ma Bhairavi is also known as Tripura-Bhairavi, Bala Bhairavi or Kala-Bhairavi. She is an incarnation of learning and reasoning, bravery and blessings carrying a...