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Aadi Month Package for Godesses-2024 | 2nd Friday Package 1( Grp) - 26th July-24

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Rs. 1,850.00
Rs. 1,850.00 - Rs. 1,850.00
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Group Archana, Jnana Shakti - Thiruvottiyur Vadivudai Amman Temple:
At the Thiruvottiyur Vadivudai Amman Temple, performing Archana or Pooja dedicated to Jnana Shakti (the goddess of wisdom and knowledge) holds spiritual significance. Jnana Shakti represents the divine energy associated with wisdom, knowledge, and intellect. Devotees seek her blessings for spiritual enlightenment and clarity of mind. In Archana, sacred names of the deity are chanted along with offerings like flowers, fruits, and vermillion. Devotees perform Archana or Pooja to invoke Jnana Shakti’s blessings for acquiring knowledge, wisdom, and guidance in educational pursuits and life decisions.

Offering of a Lemon Garland to the Goddess: 2) 2nd Friday: Jnana Shakti, Thiruvottiyur Vadivudai Amman Temple:
Lemon has the property to absorb negative energy and cool the fierce Mother Shakti. According to traditional practice, offering a lemon garland to the Goddess can grant prosperity, a child boon, relief from diseases, bestow longevity, and wellbeing. Offering a lemon garland to Jnana Shakti, especially on the second Friday at Thiruvottiyur Vadivudai Amman Temple, is a revered practice among devotees seeking blessings related to wisdom and knowledge. Jnana Shakti embodies the divine energy associated with wisdom, intellect, and spiritual knowledge. Devotees believe in her ability to grant clarity of mind and guidance in matters of learning and understanding.

Lalitha Shasranama Parayanam Devi Katkamala Archana Followed by Lalitha Sahasranama Homa:
Lalitha Sahasranama Parayanam involves the recitation or chanting of the Lalitha Sahasranama, which is a thousand names extolling the virtues and attributes of Goddess Lalitha Tripura Sundari. Devotees chant these names to invoke the divine presence of the goddess and seek her blessings for various aspects of life, including spiritual upliftment and fulfillment of desires.
Katkamala Archana involves offering prayers and performing rituals using a garland of letters (Katkamala) representing various aspects of the goddess’s divine presence. Each letter of the garland symbolizes a different aspect or quality attributed to Goddess Lalitha, and devotees offer their prayers through this symbolic representation.

Lalitha Sahasranama Homam:

The Lalitha Sahasranama Homam is a sacred fire ritual (homa) dedicated to Goddess Lalitha Tripura Sundari.
During this homam, offerings are made into the sacred fire accompanied by the chanting of Lalitha Sahasranama and other Vedic mantras, invoking the goddess’s blessings for prosperity, protection, and spiritual well-being.
Participating in these rituals is believed to bestow spiritual benefits, including purification of the mind, removal of obstacles, and attaining spiritual enlightenment. Devotees seek the grace of Goddess Lalitha Tripura Sundari to experience her divine presence and receive her blessings in all aspects of life.

Cow Feeding at Cow shala:
Feeding a cow is equivalent to feeding 330 million gods of Hinduism. Many saints and gurus have suggested the feeding of cows as a remedy for problems in life. Feeding cows is considered a highly meritorious act in Hinduism, often equated with feeding numerous deities and seen as a remedy for various life problems, especially during unfavorable planetary transits (navagraha dosha).

Service Description:

  • 1 Temple Group Archana - Jnana Shakti - Thiruvottiyur Vadivudai Amman Temple
  • Offering of a Lemon Garland to the Goddess - 2) 2nd Friday- Jnana Shakti - Thiruvottiyur Vadivudai Amman Temple
  • Lalitha Shasranama Parayanam Devi Katkamala Archana Followed by Lalitha Sahasranama Homa on 2nd Friday (2 Priests) on 26th July-24 at 9:00 AM
  • Cow Feeding at Cow shala