Varahi Homam In Kumbakonam On Oct 29
Participate in Varahi Havan | Homam seeking Positivity & Progress in Business/Life, destruction of enemies, being organized by PurePrayer on Katheeka Shukla Panchami of October 29, 2022 in Kumbakonam of Tamil Nadu.
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Varahi Homam Importance
The main objective of performing Varahi Homam is to enrich positive energy of the ruling planets and to nullify the negative effects of badly posited planets in the Jatakam (Birth-Chart). It is also a form of remedial measure which has been followed from the ancient times. Varahi Homam is a very powerful homam that protects all, who are facing evil things happening in the life. Goddess Varahi is the right deity to address the grave problems in life like ill health, black magic, evil eye, inexplicable mishaps in life, fear in performing any task, lack of wealth and status in the society. She destroys evil forces that obstructs the progress and paralyses the enemies. Varahi is described as having a boar form, fighting demons with her tusks.
Who is Varahi Devi?
Sri Varahi is also called Dandini a Commander of forces to Goddess Chandika or Durga and part of Dasha Maha Vidyas or Sri Vidya. Varahi is said to reside in 16th Prakaram of the divine Sri Chakram. Varahi is one of Shakti deities known as Sapta Matrikas. They are: Brahmi, Maheshwari, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Vaarahi, Mahendri and Chamundi. She is also called Panchami as her name occurs in the fifth position of Saptamatrikas. Varahi is described in the Matsya Purana and agamas like Purva-karana and Rupamandana.
Varahi Homam Benefits
- Brings positive vibes in Business/Life
- Wards off enemy problems
- Develop Courage
Kumbakonam Kshetra in Tamil Nadu is famous for temples that are believed to have existed during the Sangam age. Kumbakonam was more popular as ‘Kudamukku’. Temples of Kumbakonam were built and developed under many rulers like early and medieval Cholas, Pallavas, Pandyans, Vijayanagar Empire, Madurai and Tanjavur Nayaks.
Grandeur of temples in and around Kumbakonam, the marvelous architecture used in the construction of the massive temples are mind blowing. Exquisitely carved pillars, wall paintings that depict scenes from Puranas hold a mirror to the knowledge and techniques that existed as early as 9th Century CE. There are around 188 temples in Kumbakonam.
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