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Monday, August 5, 2013

Grand Chandi Homam for Aadi Amavasai at Danvantri Peedam

Aadi Amavasya is the New Moon day in the Vedic month of Aadi (August). And on this darkest night in the month of Aadi ( August), tarpanams are performed to our ancestors as it is believed that this day is dedicated to them.

One owes a lot to one’s parents and ancestors. Each ancestor is actually present in the person as a genetic characteristic. Our ancestors are vested with mystical powers and authority and their spirit retains a functional role in the world of the living, especially in the life of their living relations. It is believed that the dead have a journey to make, to bestow the positive deeds for their dear ones through the remarkable framework of ancestral worship. The disembodied existence after death gains the power to govern your destiny and marks great miracles in life of existing.

One of the most probable reasons behind blocks or failures in your relationships, health, finances, career etc could be because of the interference from your departed and unsatisfied ancestors.

In karmik terms, one inherits some karma of one’s parents and ancestors and each ancestor is actually present in the person as a karmik predisposition. The latter approach obviously extends to multiple lives and some karmik predisposition is inherited from the ancestors from a past life too, though they may not be related to one in this life.

By thinking of the deceased ancestors with gratitude and trying to give them emancipation, one is actually trying to free oneself from various karmic predispositions. One can view this as an external event of satisfying and emancipating an external entity. However, one needs to externalize first and perform external rituals, while thinking of what it means internally. This builds up one’s visualization and slowly brings about internal changes and eventually the desired internal change itself.

With the divine blessings and spiritual guidance of GNANAGURU DR. SRI MURALIDHARA SWAMIGAL, elaborate arrangements are being made at Danvantri Peedam, Walajapet for celebrating AADI AMAVASAI with Special Homams, Poojas, Vedic Chanting, Annadhanam, etc.


Ashtadik Balakar Pooja with 
108 pumpkins

Published on : Monday, October 15, 2012 11:20:37 AM  
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There is a lot of churning in the Sri Danvantri Arogya Peedam at Walajapet, Vellore district, but it is being shouldered by Peedam founder, Kayilai Gnanaguru Dr Sri Muralidhara Swamigal, in a fantastic way.

As part of pariharams, Ashtadik Balakar Pooja was performed on October 15, 2012, Mahalaya Amavasai day. The pooja included the offering of 108 pumpkins as bali.

According to Swamigal, as is the regular ritual, Rahu-Kethu Preethi homam was conducted for the Amavasai as also the Soolini Durga Homam.

The poojas were followed by annadhanam.

The special guests for the occasion was Chandrasekara Mudaliar and family from Latheri – they are not just devotees they are also my well-wishers, declares the Swamigal.

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