What is Chandi Homam?
Chandi Homam, performed in the right manner is an elaborate ritual that can span over a few days and is meant to invoke the powerful blessings of Goddess Chandika. It is not a ritual one can perform at home. Chandi Homam is usually organized in temples or yaagashalaas since it requires a large fireplace or homakund. There are more than 700 slokas or mantras chanted by a group of trained pandits. Some of these mantras may be repeated. You must be aware that there are strict formats and procedures for performing these rituals and mistakes committed can actually result in harm rather than benefit. Only trained and experienced pandits should handle Chandi Homam.
More About Goddess Chandika
Some worshippers believe Goddess Chandika is the collective form of Goddesses Durga , Lakshmi and Saraswati . Others consider Chandika as another form of Goddess Shakthi , Lord Shiva’s wife. The Goddesses is considered very powerful and can bless you with what you desire.
Why Should this Homam be Performed?
Chandi Homam is generally performed at a community level, though individuals can also undertake to organize one. It costs a lot of money to perform Chandi Homam. That is also one reason why people pool their resources to perform Chandi Homam. The larger objective is to remove the negativity in the atmosphere and to infuse fresh energy all around.
Benefits of Performing Chandi Homam
Individuals decide to perform Chandi Homam to ward off any evil effect on their life or business or both. Chandi Homam, if successfully conducted, can result in removing obstacles and bestowing a better and happier life to the performer. The pandit will recite appropriate mantras while invoking Goddess Chandika to the homam and seeking the desired results.
Swarnatara spirituals can perform Chandi Homam for you and your family. We have a trained team of expert pandits to perform the homam.
1. Turmeric Vinayaka pooja
2. Kalasa establishment
4. Punyahavachanam - purification of all the things used in the Homa by mantra prayogas.
5. Madhuparka Pooja
6. Maathruka Pooja
7. Deepa Pooja
8. Kalasa Pooja
5. Navavarana Pooja
9. Durga saptha sathi parayanam
10. Agni karyam – Fire Establishment
11. Homa performed by chanting 700 Slokas of Durga sapta sathi , Moola mantra on the diety with the prescribed count as per the Saktha Prayoga Shastra.
12. Purna Ahuthi, samyojanam to the kalasa, dhoopa dheepam and upcharam.
13. Distribution of prasadha.