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

Poorva Janma kritam papam vyadhi roopena badhatey | Tat shanthihi aushadaihi danaihi japa homa kriyadibhihi ||

We enliven natural law for a specific desired effect.

Rudra Homa Yagya


About Rudra Homam:

Rudra means Shiva, the destroyer of all the forces of evil. As the supreme Lord of the universe, he gives you inner peace, a sense of accomplishment and also gives you all the pleasures of this world. Rudra has control of the nine planets and therefore controls all time and space. Sri Rudra is also a long section of Yajur Veda Samhita. There are eleven Anuvakas or chapters in Sree Rudra and also eleven Anuvakas in Chamaka Prashna. Sri Rudra praises God Shiva and the chamaka anuvakas direct our prayers to Sri Rudra. Prayers ask him to provide us with all the things necessary for our survival and prosperity.

Rudra Homam Significance and importance:

The first anuvaka of Sri Rudram is a prayer to please the Eshwara who are angry with those who break their orders. The second in the ninth anuvakas contains the various names that attribute its supremacy, its omnipresence, his nature and other aspects that are worshiped. The ten prayers of the anuvaka are addressed to Eshwara to satisfy the desires and eliminate all the obstacles of the life of the invoker. In the eleventh anuvaka, the Rudra Ganas are worshiped. The important aspect of all Vedic mantras used for traditional rituals is that their constant repetition invokes cosmic powers to help those who are implicated by negative powers. Therefore, the greater the number of repetitions of the mantra, the greater its effect.

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