What is Sudarshana Homam?
The name Sudarshana comes from Sudharshana Chakra, the saucer-like object in the index finger of Lord Vishnu. Epics describe Sudarshana Chakra as a very powerful weapon which was used by the Lord to destroy evil elements in the society. By performing Sudarshan Homam, the devout wants to invoke Lord Vishnu to come and help with destroying the evils afflicting the society. It is recommended that the best day to perform Sudarshana Homam is Ekadasi or the 11th day from the New Moon or Full Moon day.
Lord Vishnu, A Powerful Deity
If you had ever been to Tirumala-Tirupati, you would know the limitless power that Lord Venkateshwara, also known as Lord Vishnu, wields over his ardent devotees. Worshipping Him is likely to offer you the best outcomes in everything in life. Sudarshana Chakra is represented in most Vaishnavite temples as Chakrathaazhvaar with an idol and the Wheel in the rear. Poojas are performed daily to the deity.
Why Perform Sudarshana Homam?
There are multiple reasons for performing Sudarshana Homam. Some people seek better health and a happier life and perform this homam. Others seek the Lord’s intervention is destroying their enemies if any in business. Others undertake to perform Sudarshana Homam for the larger public good even.
Benefits of Performing Sudarshana Homam
As mentioned, better health is one distinct benefit those performing Sudarshana Homam expect to gain. Some can expect prosperity and a better life leaving behind the sufferings they are currently undergoing. Business people in particular feel more confident on taking on their competitors after performing Sudarshana Homam.
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1. Homa Sticks- samithu,
2. Rice (havisu)
4. White Mustard (Ven kadugu)
6. Babchi seeds (Kaarboga arisi)
7. White turmeric
8. Puffed Rice
9. Mooligai dhiraviyam(Herbs).
1. Turmeric Ganapthi pooja
2. Kalasa establishment
4. Punyahavachanam - purification of all the things used in the Homa by mantra prayogas.
5. Kalasa Pooja
6. Vishnu Suktham parayanam
7. Surdarshana Moola mantra japam
8. Agni karyam – Fire Establishment
9. Homa performed by chanting Surdarshana Moola mantra and mala mantra, Surdarshana Gayatri mantra with the prescribed count as per the agama Shastra.
10. Purna Ahuthi, samyojanam to the kalasa, dhoopa dheepam and upcharam.
11. Distribution of prasadha.