Mahalaya Amavasya Special Thila Homam | Gau Puja in Srirangapatna October 25, 2022
Participate in Amavasya Special Thila Homam along with Gau Puja Online on October 25, 2022 at Srirangapatna Kshetra Gau Shaala to overcome the malefic effects of Pitru Doshas and receive the blessings of Gods residing in the holy cow to restart your life.
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Thila Homam Importance
Thila homam is a Vedic ritual performed to bring Moksha (Peace) to souls thereby bringing in the benevolence of Pitru Devatas. This Vedic ritual performed to rid a person from the curse of Pitru Dosha and do away the difficulties that come with the Dosha. Perform Thila Homam and receive the benevolence of your ancestors. Performing Thila Homam in the Gau Shaala premises are said to enhance the results.
Importance of Thila in the Hindu religious practices:
Vedic literature such as Boudayana Dharmasutra and Grhya sutra, Jaiminiya Grhya sutra and Garuda Purana refer to the use of black Thila (sesame) seeds. Garuda Purana and Bhavishya Purana throw light about sesame. Sesame seed is associated with Lord Vishnu and Sesame oil (Gingely oil) is associated with his consort Maha Lakshmi.
Importance of Gau Puja | Gau Graasa
Performing Gau Puja, Gau Daan and offering Gau Graasa is capable of removing all kinds of sins. Sanatan Dharma has given the Gau (Cow) a very sacred postion in the everyday life. Gau has been given the same status as mother. Gau Pooja or Go Puja has been prescribed as the everyday procedure in the scriptures. Gau Graasa or Gograsa is nothing but the fodder to be provided to the cows. Feeding cows is said to give us a lot of positive vibrations.
Benefits of Thila Homam & Gau Puja
- Benevolence of Pitru Devatas
- Reduces the malefic effects of Pitru Dosha
- Addresses the Misfortune
- Good Prosperity
- Brings Positive Vibrations in life
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What is Gau graasa?
The eatables which are fed to cow is called Gau graasa. Offering Gau Graasa is a part of Gau Puja. It includes sugarcane, grass, jaggery, fruits, vegetables etc. It is believed that feeding cows brings happiness and prosperity in our life.
Srirangapatna Kshetra Importance
Srirangapatna is well known for Shraddh rituals such as Tripindi Shradh, Pinda Pradhana, Pind Daan and Masika / Varshika Shraddha performed on the banks of river Kaveri for the departed near and dear ones.
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Participate in Amavasya Special Thila Homam along with Gau Puja Online to overcome the malefic effects of Pitru Doshas at the Holy Srirangapatna Kshetra Gau Shaala.