Saturday, July 21, 2018
Sri Bhavani homam
With the blessings of our guruji, the Founder & Peedathipathi of Sri Danvantri Arogya Peedam, “Kayilai Gnanaguru” Dr. Sri Muralidhara Swamigal, we are conducting Sri Bhavani homam on the occasion of Aadi 3rd Friday Festival 03.08.2018 at our Sri Danvantri Arogya Peedam by 10.00 AM.
Benefits of Bhavani Homam :
With the blessings of Goddess, recitation of Bhavani and Bhavani Homam, you may be able to remove the obstacles and negativity from your life, getting rid of your Pithru Dosha problems, protecting yourself from serious illness and you will be blessed with good health, wealth, success, prosperity, name, fame, political power, mental peace and victory over enemies with the grace of Goddess Bhavani.
In Hindu mythology, Goddess Bhavani is considered to be the violent incarnation of Goddess Sakthi or Devi. Not with standing she is also Karunaswarupini and ‘karunai’means mercy. As such she is one filled with mercy in the shades of Durga and Kali’s sentiments over Her devotees. Adi Shankara’s says it all in his Bhavani Ashtakam in pure and simple words. Bhavani’s other names bring various meanings. Bhavani Devi also personifies Aadi Parashakti. The bhava of Bhavani is the internal power of Lord Shiva. In that sense Bhavani is Mother Parvathi.
Bhavani is also the source of creative energy. Goddess Bhavani is also considered as swayambu or self-born when venerated as Lord Siva’s consort. According to Adi Shankaracharya, devotees who recite Bhavani’s name everyday with true devotion, will not acquire sorrow, illness, unexpected death. Bhavani is the goddess invoked by women in labor. The ritual was to burn perfume in her honor. As Mother, Bhavani overseas the welfare of women and her children.
Devi Bhagavatham states that Bhavani Devi is the original form of Aadhi Parashakti. She is sister to Sri Krishna. Maha Vishnu does penance to seek Devi’s aid for to Krishna avatar. As a result, Devi is born to Yasodha as Krishna’s sister. In the Tamil tradition Bhavani Devi in her personification is known as Mahamaaye. 'Maha' means great. 'Ayi' means mother or grandmother. Thus she is the Great Mother. Goddess Bhavani symbolises her links with Vishnu and Krishna by holding a Sanghu – conch and Chakra. In all the implications are a brother-sister relationship with Sri Vishnu's avatars Sri Krishna.
Lalitha Sahasra Namam also known as Rahasya Nama Sahasra, purports that Bhavani is the Deity that always helps devotees and gives Mukti.. Lalitha Sahasranamam Stotram appears in Brahmanda Purana in the chapter of discussion between Sage Agasthyar and Hayagrivar, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu with the horse head. At his request of sage Agastyar, Hayagreevar taught him Lalita Sahasranamam Stotram or the most holy 1000 names of Goddess Lalitha, the Goddess of bliss.
The Goddess Bhavani has eight arms in which she holding weapons, bearing the head of the slain. The lowermost right hand holds a trident, the next one holds a dagger, above this an arrow and the uppermost right hand wields the chakra. The uppermost left hand holds a shankh, next one a bow, the third one carries a bowl and the lower most left band holds the granny knot of bare on the head of the asur. The right leg of Goddess Bhavani is planted firmly on the body of Mahishasura and left one is on the ground. Between these two legs, the head of the asur is gripped by lower left arm. The Vahana of Goddess Bhavani is a Lion and on the backrest carved the sun and the moon on left and right sides of the Devi. All are come and attended Sri Bhavani Homam and get blessings of Goddess Bhavani.
For more details, contact:
Sri Danvantri Arogya Peedam, Walajapet
Ananthalaimathura, Kilpudupet, Walajapet, Vellore District, Tamil Nadu, India.
Ph: 04172 230033/230174, 09443330203.