Dhanvantari Homam | Dhanvantari Havan
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Dhanvantari is an Avatar of Lord Vishnu and the King of Varanasi. He appeared during the Samudra Manthan (Great Churn) holding the Amrit Kalash (elixir). He is mentioned as the God of Ayurveda in the Puranas. Dhanvantari is also referred as the Hindu God of Medicine by the great Indian expert of medicine, Sushruta.
Devotees worship Dhanvantari to seek His blessings for good health during Dhanteras.
Traditionally, Dhanvantari is depicted as Lord Vishnu with four hands, carrying the Amrit-Kalash, Shankh, Chakra, and Jalauka (leech). Some texts also show him as holding a conch, medicinal herbs, Amrit Kalash, and Ayurveda Granth (Book).
Dhanvantari Homam is an important Homam performed to Lord Dhanvantari offering obeisance to him. Dhanvantari is invoked in a Kalash and Ahutis offered in the sacred fire. When you perform Dhanvantari Homam, it is believed to reverse the health problems.
Dhanvantari Puja is performed to attain health, wealth and success by invoking the blessing of Lord Dhanvantari who is known as the celestial healer. The Puja is performed to cure illnesses making mind and body strong and thereby return to full health.
Dhanvantari Homam is performed by chanting Dhanvantari Mantra using 108 different medicinal herbs during the Prayog. These medicinal herbs when burnt release gases with medicinal properties in the atmosphere thereby cleansing the air and alleviating the ailments.
The father of Ayurveda, Lord Dhanvantari is believed to have appeared on the day of Dhanteras with the pot of elixir. Hence, Dhanvantari Puja and Yagna are performed on Dhanvantari Trayodashi, celebrated two days before Diwali Puja. The day marks the appearance of Lord Vishnu in His divine avatar of Lord Dhanvantari.
Dhanvantari Homam is considered a very beneficial Homam in Hinduism and is the best way to get relief from any kind of serious illness.
Dhanvantari Puja Mantras:
|| ऒं नमॊ भगवते वासुदॆवाय धन्वंतरये अमृतकलश हस्ताय |
| सर्वमायविनाशनाय त्रैलॊक्यनाथाय श्री महाविष्णवे नमः ||
|| OM namO Bhagavate vAsudEvAya dhanvaMtaraye amRutakalasha hastAya |
| sarvamAyavinAshanAya trailOkyanAthAya SrI mahAviShNave namaH ||
|| ಓಂ ನಮೋ ಭಗವತೆ ವಾಸುದೇವಾಯ ಧನ್ವಂತರಯೆ ಅಮೃತಕಲಶ ಹಸ್ತಾಯ |
| ಸರ್ವಮಾಯವಿನಾಶನಾಯ ತ್ರೈಲೋಕ್ಯನಾಥಾಯ ಶ್ರೀ ಮಹಾವಿಷ್ಣವೆ ನಮಃ ||
|| ॐ तत्पुरुषाय विद्महे अमृता कलशा हस्थाय धीमहि |
| तन्नो धन्वन्तरि प्रचोदयात ||
|| Om tatpuruShAya vidmahe amRutakalaSahastAya dhImahi ||
| tanno dhanvaMtari pracOdayAt ||
|| ಓಮ್ ತತ್ಪುರುಷಾಯ ವಿದ್ಮಹೆ ಅಮೃತಕಲಶಹಸ್ತಾಯ ಧೀಮಹಿ |
| ತನ್ನೊ ಧನ್ವಂತರಿ ಪ್ರಚೋದಯಾತ್ ||
|| ॐ वासुदेवाय विद्महे वैद्यराजाय धीमहि |
| तन्नो धन्वंतरि प्रचोदयात् ||
OM vAsudEvAya vidmahe vaidyarAjAya dhImahi |
| tanno dhanvaMtari pracodayAt ||
|| ಓಂ ವಾಸುದೇವಾಯ ವಿದ್ಮಹೆ ವೈದ್ಯರಾಜಾಯ ಧೀಮಹಿ |
| ತನ್ನೊ ಧನ್ವಂತರಿ ಪ್ರಚೋದಯಾತ್ ||
|| ॐ अमृत् हस्ताय विद्महे आरोग्य अनुग्रहाय धीमहि |
| तन्नो धनवन्त्री प्रचोदयात् ||
||OM amRutahastAya vidmahe ArOgya anugrahAya dhImahi |
| tanno dhanavaMtari pracOdayAt ||
|| ಓಂ ಅಮೃತಹಸ್ತಾಯ ವಿದ್ಮಹೆ ಆರೋಗ್ಯ ಅನುಗ್ರಹಾಯ ಧೀಮಹಿ |
| ತನ್ನೊ ಧನವಂತರಿ ಪ್ರಚೋದಯಾತ್ ||
Who should perform Dhanvantari Puja?
Dhanvantari Puja should be performed by anyone suffering from any type of illness. The Puja is believed to restore a person health and improve the health of body and mind.
This puja should also be performed by an individual looking to gain wealth, success and prosperity. Performing the Puja once a year helps a person attain a healthy and long life.
Benefits of performing Dhanvantri Homam:
- Get the blessings of Lord Vishnu
- Achieve longevity, strength and energy
- To get rid of illnesses and health problems
- Helps a person live a happy and peaceful life
- Manifest wishes related to fortune, wealth and success
- Negative energy around the home is destroyed and positive power is restored
Dhanvantari Puja at Home
Dhanvantari Homam Samagri List | Dhanvantari Homam Items:
Agarbatti (1 pkt), Ashtagandh (25gms), Jenau (1 roll), Akshat (200gms), Attar (1 small bottle), Barley / Jau (100gms), Camphor (Bhimsaini) (100gms), Cardamom (50gms), Cloves (50gms), Cotton Wick (20 wicks), Dhoop (1pkt), Dry fruits (250gms), Gangajal (250ml), Ghee (1kg), Haldi Akkha (200gms), Honey (1 small bottle), Jaggery (200gms), Kumkum (1 pkt), Kusha (1 bundle), Mauli (1 roll), Moong (500gms), Supari – Big (15 pcs), Wheat (1 kg), Nariyal (fresh) (3 pcs), Nariyal (dry) (1 pcs), Gulal (1 pkt), Abeer (50 gms), Khopra (1 pcs), Rose Water (1 small bottle), Sugar, Yellow Mustard (50gms), Rangoli
Red, White & Yellow Cloth, White Thread bundle, Fruits, Sweets
Dhanvantari Havan Kit:
Havan Kund – 1, Til (Black – 250gms), Til (White – 250gms), Havan Samagri (500gms), Kali Urad (50gms), Yellow Mustard (50gms), Guggul (100gms), Sticks (3 to 5kgs), Samidha Bundle (5 bundles), Navgrah Sticks (1 Bundle), Wooden Spoons for Havan (2 pcs), Wooden bowls for Havan (2 bowls), Cow Dung Cakes (2 pcs), Abeer (50gms), Jau (100gms), Ghee (1 Kg), Kusha (1 bundle), Matchbox, Lotus Seeds (100 gms), Agar (50gms), Jatamansi (50gms), Shuchi – 1, Shruva – 1, Dron (1 bundle), medicinal herbs for Dhanvantri
Medicinal Herbs include (108 types):
Ashwagandha, Bilva Patra, Amla, Giloy, Gugul, Mulethi, Khas Khas, Beej Tulsi, Shatavari, Alsi, Laung Pahadi, Laung, Sitawar Safed, Isabgol, Abeer, Jaifal Asli, Phool Kamal, Kala Til, Ashoka, Tagarganth, Majith, Nagkesar, Gulab Patti, Kangi, Tomar Beej, Gudbach, Shivlingi Beej, Ajwain seeds, Heena Seeds, Agarwood, Dhoop Lakdi, Sitawar Safed, Bhut Kesar, Shankawali, Phool Kusmba, Nagar Motha, Babuna, Deodar Chips etc.
Tulsi leaves, Dhatura flower, White crown flower, Shiva malle flower, Ganneru (Arali) flower, Durva; Mixed Flowers, Bel Patra, Rose, Veni, Garlands, Paan Leaves, Mango Leaves
Copper Kalash (3-5), Copper Plates (3-5), Panchpatra Set – 1, Akhand Diya – 1, Thali (3-5), Brass Bowls – 15, Spoons – 10, Cloth (Red, Yellow, Green, Black, White, Pink), Dhoti – 4, Saree – 1, Colors (Red, Green, Black, Yellow), Panch Aarti – 1, Bell – 1, Agarbatti Stand – 1, Dhoop Stand – 1, Abhishek Pot – 1
Milk, Curd, Ghee, Honey, Sugar/Jaggery
Dhanvantari Puja Vidhi:
Kalash Sthapana, Panchang Sthapana (Gauri Ganesh), Punyaha Vaachan, Shodash Matrika, Navgraha, Sarvotabhadra), 64 yogini Pujan, Shetrapal Pujan, Swasti Vachan, Sankalpa, Ganesh Pujan and Abhishek, Navgraha Pujan and 108 chants of each planetary mantra, Invocation of major Gods and Goddesses in Kalash, Pujan & Abhishek of Dhanvantri Idol and Yantra, Dhanvantri Raksha kavach and strotra recitation, Dhanvantri Mantra Japa 11000 times and Yagna.
Dhanvantri Homam – Mantra Japa 11000 times
No. of Pandit for Dhanvantri Homam – 4
Duration – 1 day
The Puja is performed by the priests of Pure Prayer as per Vedic rituals based on the birth details of the individual. One can also include the names of family members in the Puja.
Prasadam would include a Puja Tokri with prasad, energized Rudraksha, yantra and a silver tabeez.
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Frequently Asked Questions on Dhanvantari Homam:
Why is Dhanvantri Puja performed?
Dhanvantri Puja is performed to cure all types of illness from the human body thereby restoring the body to complete health and strengthening the body. This ritual works as a protective shield against health-related disorders.
Which day of the week is good for performing Dhanvantari Homam?
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday are considered the best day to perform Dhanvantari Homam.
When should Dhanvantari Puja be performed?
Dhanvantari Puja is performed two days before Diwali Puja during Trayodashi Tithi of Krishna Paksha (Dhanteras). The puja can also be performed during Shravan and Revati Nakshatras, Paurnami Ekadashi and Dwadashi Tithi.
Dhanvantari Homam for seeking health benefits should be performed on the Janma Nakshatram (Birth-Star) of the person performing the Puja. The Puja is performed in the morning.
What is Dhanvantari Homam Procedure?
The below mentioned guidelines can be adopted to perform Dhanvantari Homam at home:
- Clean the entire house, take a head bath, dress up in traditional attire, decorate house with Flowers & Mango leaves
- Swasti Vachan, Shanti Path, Sankalp, Ganesh Sthapan, Kalash Sthapan, Lord Dhanvantari Sthapan, Navgrah Sthapan, Brahma Sthapan, Agni Sthapan
- Invocation of all Gods & Goddesses, Navgrah Mantra Japa (1 maala for each planet)
- Chanting of Dhanvantari Maha Mantra for 1100 times
- Chanting of Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra for 1100 times
- Chanting of Dhanvantari Stotra, Lord Vishnu mantra chanting followed by Homam with Ghee, Til, Sugar, Oats ( Jow ), Sandalwood powder, Ashtagandh, Navgrah Samidha and Purnahuti, Aarti
- Prasad to Brahmins
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