Samoohik Ekadasha Rudrabhishekam Navaka Pradhana Yaga in Udupi Sri Kshetra | Maha Shivaratri Special March 01, 2022
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Maha Shivaratri represents many facets of Lord Shiva and his acts. Rudrabhishekam is performed in four time periods during Maha Shivaratri and is known as “Yaam” while chanting Sri Rudram. Hence, this procedure is also known as ‘Yaam Puja’. Kailash Yantra is drawn with rice-flour and offered obeisance.
Rudra, as mentioned in the Rig Vedas is the most ancient form of Lord Shiva. Maha Rudrabhisheka is the most favourite pooja offered to Lord Shiva.
Lord Rudra is known as Abhishekapriya as he loves Abhisheka or anointment with holy water. In this seva, sacred Kalashas are filled with water and the presence of Varuna and holy rivers namely Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Saraswati, Narmada, Sindhu and Kaveri are invoked into the water. With that water alone the Lord will be anointed by chanting the hymns, especially the Rudra Chamaka.
Importance of Ekadasha Rudrabhishekam & Navaka Pradhana Yaga
In the treatise of Maharnava Karma Vipaka are listed four types of abhisheka procedures in line with Vedic and scriptural lore. Abhishekam is the most favourite form of worship for lord Shiva. These are listed as Rudram, Ekadasa Rudram, Maha Rudram and Athi Rudram – each being more powerful than the preceding one. Maha Rudra abhishekam is the most popular among devotees.
During Maha Rudra, Namaka recited once along with recital of Chamaka one time constituting one Rudram Chant.
11 recitations of Namakam + 1 Anuvaka of Chamakam is called Ekadasa Rudram i.e. after chanting the Namakam, the first anuvaka of Chamakam is chanted afterwards, then another round of Namakam is chanted followed by the second Anuvaka of Chamakam, and so on until the 11th chanting of Namakam is followed by the 11th Anuvaka of Chamakam.
11 rounds of Ekadasa Rudram chanting is one Laghu Rudram
11 rounds of Laghu Rudram chanting is one Maha Rudram (1,331 times of chanting)
Every step of the Maha Rudra Maha Homam involves Rudrabishekam for Shiva Lingam that immensely pleases the lord.
Lord Shiva is worshipped in his Rudra form while performing Rudraabhishekam. It is hailed by all Vedic scriptures as one of the greatest Puja to remove all evils, to attain all desires and for all round prosperity.
Benefits from Ekadasha Rudraabhisheka Pooja during Maha Shivaratri
Ekadasha Rudrabhisheka is performed on Maha Shivaratri seeking cleansing of sins and afflictions, for bringing peace, prosperity and happiness, along with the bonding in the family.
- Performing Ekadasha Rudrabhishekam alleviates all difficulties and the malefic effects of various planets
- Ekadasha Rudra helps in achieving greater health, wealth, longevity, progeny, intelligence and prosperity
- Achieve success in career, job, business and relationships
- Benevolence of Saturn in antagonistic/unfavorable position
- Reduces sufferings
Ishta Maha Lingeshwara Temple
Ishta Maha Lingeshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated in Ambalapady of Udupi Sri Kshetra in Karnataka. Pujas are being performed in all the four Yaamas during Maha Shivaratri here.
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