What is Dhanvantari Homam?
Dhanvantari Homam is the homam performed when you have constant health issues that do not respond to normal medical treatment. The homam is performed to invoke the blessings of Lord Dhanvantari, the God who is also considered as a Celestial Doctor. There are mantras dedicated to Lord Dhanvantari and these are chanted while performing the Dhanvantari Homam.
Which God is Prayed to While Performing Dhanvantari Homam?
Lord Dhanvantari is the God invoked while performing the Dhanvantari Homam. He is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and people chant Dhanvantari Slokas even on a daily basis when they worship God. People suffering from some chronic illnesses like heart ailment or cancer would seek the divine intervention of Lord Dhanvantari to cure their illness.
Why Should You Perform Dhanvantari Homam?
As Lord Dhanvantari is considered the Doctor God, you arrange special prayers seeking his blessings for a disease-free life for yourself and your family. These prayers can be performed as a homam and with the chanting of the mantras you can hope that Lord Dhanvantari will be pleased and will bless you with better health.
What are the Benefits of Dhanvantari Homam?
As outlined, if you are suffering from a particular illness, you can perform Dhanvantari Homam to get relief from that disease. Performing the Dhanvantari Homam on a regular basis, like once every year can keep you and your family healthy and with no diseases afflicting you. Many incurable diseases have been reported to be cured through by performing Dhanvantari Homam.
Dhanvantari Homam must be performed by experienced purohits and you can contact us at Swarnatara spirituals to conduct the rituals for you.
1. Turmeric Vinayaka pooja
2. Kalasa establishment
4. Punyahavachanam - purification of all the things used in the Homa by mantra prayogas.
5. Kalasa Pooja
6. Veda mantra parayanam
7. Moola mantra japam
8. Agni karyam – Fire Establishment
9. Homa performed by chanting Moola mantra, veda mantra, Gayatri mantra on the diety with the prescribed count as per the agama Shastra.
10. Purna Ahuthi, samyojanam to the kalasa, dhoopa dheepam and upcharam.
11. Distribution of prasadha.