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Yagna Catalog

Yagna Catalog

Yagna / Havan or Homa: Fire or agni is one of the five manifestations of life. In  ceremonies like Wedding, birth, festivals etc., the fire is lit symbolizing the presence of God.

The following video demonstrate a Yagna/Havan/Homa from YouTube:

Havan is a sacred fire ritual that accepts our offerings and sacrifice. The sacred fire acts as a link between human’s consciousness and the cosmic consciousness. The fire also has the ability to convert the physical components (offerings that symbolize the sacrifice into the fire) into the psychic components as offering to the deities presiding over the Havan.

Havan is an age-old sacred rituals to propitiate various deities using the sacred fire as a medium for the attainment of various wishes and boons in the materialistic and the spiritual worlds.

We do Havan to dispel the negative energies from our minds; to destroy negative life patterns; to annihilate negative effects and evils of others.

Havan also brings high energies into our minds and body thereby paving way for the positive thoughts, actions etc. to enter into our life. They help in re-vitalizing the three energies in our body (Vata, Pitta and Kapha, collectively called Dosha, click to learn on Wikipedia) and help in maintaining the energy balance.

Havan also helps in propitiation of deities responsible for the attainment of various virtues and prosperity and help in fulfillment of materialistic and physical needs.

In short Havan does the following:
Invokes blessings and grace of God in our lives
Awakens our auspicious energies.
Cleanses our body and mind and
Cleanses the atmosphere.

How is Havan performed? A clean well ventilated place is selected for the Havan. Participants should shower, wear clean clothes and sit in easy postures. After prayers, fire is lit and Vedic Mantras are chanted and offerings are made to God. Singing of Bhajans symbolizes the end of the ceremony when Prasad is offered to the participants.

How often should we perform Havan? To start with, each person should perform Havan at least once a year on their birthdays.

What ingredients are needed for Havan? Following is a sample list of items required. Additional items may be needed for special occasions. Puja and Havan Ceremony items can be supplied. These items are also available separately and can be shipped to your destination.

1.Pure Ghee (clarified butter) 1/2 lb.10.One clean plate.
2.Havan Samigri one packet.11.Handful Fresh Flowers.
3.Camphor one packet.12.Home Made Prasaad or Ladoo.
4.Cotton balls.13.Kesar (Saffron).
5.Dry, clean, small size fire wood (mango wood).14.Uncooked rice (in a small plate).
6.Match Box.15.Mauli (Red Cotton Thread).
7.Napkins or hand towel.16.Havan Kund.
8.Glass / Lota with water, one spoon.17.Aluminium Foil one Packet.
9. Long Spoon for Ghee.18. One Coconut.

You can do Yagna all by yourself. We have recorded this Havan Viddhi (technique) to hep you achieve your worldly desires. This is a 60 minute recording. The 1st 30 minutes has mantras before the havan and the latter 30 minutes is for concluding the havan.

Havan ViddhiMP3 / WMA files, download link sent via email.

US$ 51.00

Want to do Havan to fulfill your special desires – it be Love, Money, Success and Health?

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