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Guru Purnima -2024 | Package-2

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Rs. 4,650.00
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Starting a spiritual path at respected temples with Vedic ceremonies and Archana can have a significant positive impact on one's life. The significance and benefits of doing Archana at three holy temples and chanting the Saptarishi Gayathri Mantra Chanting followed by Saptarishi Homam are discussed below.

Group Archana to Saptarisheeswarar at Saptarisheewarar Temple at Lalgudi:
Saptharisheeswarar Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located at Lalgudi Town in Trichy District of Tamil Nadu. It was believed that the seven rishis, Athri, Brighu, Pulasthiar, Vasistar, Gouthama, Angirasar, and Marichi, prayed to the presiding deity, Saptharisheeswarar, to ward off the bad period they were passing through. The seven rishis are relatives of the nine planets. Those who are facing any problem through any planet are advised to worship Lord Saptarisheewarar.

Benefits of Performing Archana to Saptarisheeswarar:
Performing Archana to Saptarisheeswarar at Saptarisheeswarar Temple is a powerful spiritual practice. This ritual invokes the blessings of the seven great sages (Saptarishis) and the divine energy of Lord Shiva. Performing Archana to Saptarisheeswarar is believed to mitigate the negative influences of planetary position. Devotees who participate in this ritual often experience enhanced mental clarity, spiritual growth, and protection from negative influences. 

Group Archana to  Medha Dakshinamurthy - (Thirunaraiyur Temple):
The Thirunaraiyur Temple is well-known for its deity, Medha Dakshinamurthy, a representation of divine wisdom. Performing Archana here is especially valuable to students, researchers, and those seeking knowledge. This practice is claimed to improve intellectual ability, increase memory, and induce spiritual awareness. Devotees frequently find clarity in their life's purpose and a stronger connection to their inner wisdom via practice.

Group Archana to Agastheeswarar and Lopamudra at karuvalacheri -Kumbakonam:
Karuvalarcheri Temple is located in the town of Kumbakonam. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is worshipped as Agastheeswarar, and Goddess Sri Akilandeswari, who is worshipped as Karu Valarkkum Nayagi. The temple is connected with Sage Agastya, who came to this temple with his consort Lopamudra. He worshipped Lord Shiva to gain higher spiritual guidance. 

Benefits of Performing Archana to Agastheeswarar and Lopamudra:
Performing Archana at this temple is thought to bring marital harmony, fertility, and family well-being. Couples that pray for progeny and peaceful relationships frequently get beneficial results. This ritual improves both physical health and emotional equilibrium, making it a complete spiritual practice.

Saptarishi Gayathri Mantra Chanting followed by Saptarishi Homam:
Chanting the Saptarishi Gayathri Mantra followed by performing the Saptarishi Homam is a revered Vedic ritual. The Saptarishi Homam stands as a beacon of ancient wisdom and spiritual depth, uniting the celestial energies of seven interconnected Homams dedicated to the revered Saptarishis. These sages—Atri, Marichi, Pulaha, Pulastya, Angiras, Vashishtha, and Kashyapa—symbolise profound spiritual knowledge in Vedic tradition. 

Chanting the Saptarishi Gayathri Mantra and performing the Homam aligns individuals with the powerful energies of the seven great sages (Saptarishis). By participating in the Saptarishi Homam, devotees embark on a sacred journey, seeking enlightenment, purification, and the fulfillment of spiritual aspirations. The ritual serves as a gateway to spiritual growth and universal harmony, facilitating a deep dialogue with the universe. 

Sponsorship to Vedic Boys at Vedic Padasala
Supporting the education of Vedic boys at a Vedic Padasala is a noble act that preserves ancient knowledge and nurtures future spiritual leaders. Sponsorship ensures that these young scholars receive quality education in Vedic scriptures and rituals, promoting the continuation of this sacred tradition. Sponsors gain immense spiritual merit and the blessings of the divine for their generosity.

Gayatri Homam:
The Gayatri Homa, also known as the Well Being and Prosperity Fire Lab, is a sacred Vedic ritual dedicated to Goddess Gayatri, the personification of the divine Gayatri mantra. This powerful ritual involves invoking the blessings of Goddess Gayatri through the offering of sacred materials into a consecrated fire, accompanied by the chanting of specific mantras.

Benefits of Gayatri Homa:
The Gayatri Homa is believed to cleanse the mind, body, and soul of negative energies, promoting spiritual purity and growth. By appeasing Goddess Gayatri, the Homa is believed to bestow blessings for overall prosperity, success in endeavours, and material well-being. Performing Gayatri Homa generates positive vibrations that create a harmonious atmosphere, fostering peace and positivity in one's surroundings.

Food Feeding to Vedic Boys at Vedha padasla:
Feeding food to Vedic boys at a Vedic Padasala goes beyond mere sustenance; it embodies a profound commitment to preserving and nurturing the spiritual heritage of ancient India. This act of generosity supports the education and well-being of young scholars dedicated to studying and perpetuating the timeless wisdom of the Vedas.

Service Description:

  • Group Archana to Saptarisheeswarar at Saptarisheewarar Temple at Lalgudi
  • Group Archana to Medha Dakshinamurthy - (Thirunaraiyur Temple)
  • Group Archana to Agastheeswarar and Lopamudra at karuvalacheri -Kumbakonam
  • Sapatarish Gayathri Mantra Chanting followed by Sapatarish Homam with 3 Priests 9:00 AM
  • Sponsorship to Vedic boys at Vedic Padasala
  • Individual Gayatri Homa (Well Being and Prosperity Fire Lab)
  • Food Feeding to Vedic Boys at Vedha padasla