Mrutyunjaya Vedic Spiritual Center Yagyas

Bhagavadgitā Maha Yajña & Maha Rudra Yajña

(In pursuit of global harmony and individual well-being With 121 Vedic Pundits)

From Wednesday Aug 21st, 2024 to Sunday Aug 25, 2024
Benefits of these Yagya

Health | Wealth |  Overall well-being

All the yagyas are performed from 21st Aug, 2024 to 25th Aug, 2024
(With 125 Pundits)

All 5 days Yagyas
(Without Membership offer)
Membership Offer

Get your first year of membership free (a $749 value) and enjoy a 10% discount on all future Yagyas during your membership when you commit to a 3-year membership. Membership renewal is $749 per year, starting after the first year.

All 3 days Yagyas
(Without Membership offer)
Membership Offer

Get your first year of membership free (a $749 value) and enjoy a 10% discount on all future Yagyas during your membership when you commit to a 3-year membership. Membership renewal is $749 per year, starting after the first year.

Single Day Yagya
(Without Membership offer)
Membership Offer

Become a member for 1 / 3 / 5 Years Commitment and get this Single Day Yagya for free.

Pundit Samavedula, hailing from the Vydic Yagya Centre, extends a heartfelt invitation to each of you, cordially encouraging your dynamic involvement and sponsorship for the imminent Maha Yagya of Year 2024. This profoundly transformative occasion stands devoted to the elevation of the collective global consciousness and the nurturing of self-awareness.

Encompassing a span of four enriching days, this profound yagya pledges to grace all participants with a plenitude of advantages spanning both the realms of Personal and Professional Life. From heightened health and holistic rejuvenation to amplified wealth and well-being, it promises an enduring aura of serenity and affluence. Furthermore, it emerges as a beacon towards enlightenment, skillfully mitigating negative karmas while infusing existence with a resplendent surge of positive energy and blessings. Your presence and unwavering support possess the inherent potential to render this spiritual undertaking genuinely extraordinary.

Each of these yagyas and pujas is aimed at bringing specific benefits, such as health, wealth, protection, love, and spiritual growth, to the sponsors and participants.
During these Five / Three / Single day(s), sponsors will receive the benefits of all the yagyas performed, which include below.

The term “navavarana” refers to the nine enclosures or layers surrounding the central point of the Sri Chakra, which represents the divine feminine energy. Devotees meticulously follow specific steps including chanting mantras, performing yantra puja, offering flowers and incense, and meditating on each layer of the Sri Chakra. It’s for those seeking spiritual transformation, healing, abundance, and ultimately union with higher consciousness.

Abhishekam means bathing ceremony and Rudra means Shiva. Rudrabhishekam is performed to Lord Shiva. When performed with utmost devotion, it creates positive energy and dispels or neutralizes negative energy within our mind or physical body.

The practice of Bhagavadgita recitation, especially when done 108 times, holds great significance in Hindu spirituality. The repetition of this sacred text is believed to, not only purify the mind and soul, but also establish a deep connection with the divine. Each recitation allows for a deeper understanding of the profound teachings imparted by Lord Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. Through this repetitive chanting, devotees immerse themselves in the wisdom and guidance provided in the verses, seeking clarity and enlightenment in their spiritual journey.

Ganapati Sahasra Modaka Yagya is a sacred ritual in Hindu tradition that involves offering one thousand modakas, sweet rice flour dumplings filled with coconut and jaggery, to Lord Ganesha. The yagya is typically performed by priests or devotees seeking blessings from the elephant-headed deity for success, prosperity, and removal of obstacles. Each modaka represents a wish or prayer made by the individual performing the ritual, making it a deeply personal and spiritual experience.

This is a powerful Homa and can be used as an ideal solution for multiple life problems. This can give a very strong Divine energy to the person, neutralizes all negatives energies and forces. This is a very good option which can be used in resolving marital issues, create harmony in family.

Lalitha Sahasranama is a Hindu religious text that lists 1,000 names of the Hindu mother goddess Lalita Devi. Chanting the names of Lalita Devi is believed to have many benefits, including overcoming financial difficulties, achieving abundance, sharpening intellect and receiving blessings from Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge.

The Sri Krishna Moola Mantra Sudarshana Narasimha Yagya is a powerful and sacred ritual performed by devotees to invoke the blessings of Lord Krishna, Sudarshana and Narasimha. The yagya involves chanting the Moola Mantra, which is a fundamental mantra that encapsulates the essence of Lord Krishna’s energy. Through this yagya, devotees seek protection from negative energies, obstacles, and enemies while invoking divine grace and blessings for success, prosperity, and spiritual growth.

Vaibhava Lakshmi Kubera Deepa Puja is a traditional Hindu ritual that combines the worship of Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, with Lord Kubera, the god of wealth. The puja involves offering prayers to both deities by lighting lamps or deepas made from ghee or oil. These lamps are placed on a special tray along with flowers, fruits, incense sticks, and other offerings. The act of lighting these lamps is believed to attract positive energies into one’s home or place of worship, bringing about financial stability, success, and overall well-being.

Participants will benefit through great success, the abundance of wealth, good health, prosperity in business, eradication of poverty and debt, and all desires fulfilled. This Yagya is strongly advised for all at least once every year for better life prospects and leading a successful life for the rest of the year.

Maha Rudrabhishekam, also known as the recitation of Sri Rudram 1331 times, is a powerful and ancient Vedic ritual dedicated to Lord Shiva. Each verse of the Sri Rudram is filled with profound meanings and symbolism, invoking blessings for health, wealth, happiness, and spiritual growth. By reciting this sacred text 1331 times during Maha Rudrabhishekam, devotees seek purification of mind, body, and soul while seeking divine grace from Lord Shiva for protection and fulfillment of their desires.

Maha Rudram is a significant Vedic ritual to invoke Lord Shiva’s blessings and seek divine protection and grace. The term “Maha” means great, and “Rudram” refers to the chanting of the sacred “Rudra,” which is a set of powerful Vedic hymns dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed to invoke Lord Shiva’s blessings for peace, prosperity, and well-being. Maha Rudram is performed to seek forgiveness for any wrongdoings and to attain spiritual growth and realization.

Samoohika Bhagavadgita Yagya is a grand and sacred event where devotees come together to chant verses from the holy scripture, the Bhagavad Gita. The word “samoohika” itself means collective or group, emphasizing the unity and harmony that is brought about by this spiritual practice. The yagya serves as a way for individuals to connect with each other on a deeper level through their shared reverence for Lord Krishna’s teachings. It is a time of reflection, introspection, and spiritual growth as participants immerse themselves in the timeless wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita.
The word “Surya” means sun and “Namaskaram” translates to salute or bow down. Each pose in this dynamic series is designed to stretch and strengthen different parts of the body, promoting flexibility and balance. This ancient practice not only benefits physical health but also promotes mental clarity and emotional well-being by connecting the mind, body, and spirit through movement and breath.
The term “Kalasabhi Shekam” refers to the pouring of sacred water over the deity’s idol while reciting prayers and hymns. This ceremony is conducted by priests who are well-versed in Vedic scriptures and rituals. The ritual involves offering 108 different types of items, known as “Kalasams,” to the deity, symbolizing purity, abundance, and auspiciousness. These offerings can include flowers, fruits, grains, clothes, jewelry, incense sticks, lamps, and various other sacred objects.
Sri Siva Parvathi Kalyanam is a sacred Hindu ritual that symbolizes the divine marriage between Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. This celestial union represents the eternal bond of love, trust, and harmony between the masculine and feminine energies in the universe. The rituals performed during Sri Siva Parvathi Kalyanam not only celebrate this cosmic union, but also serve as a reminder for devotees to strive for balance in their own relationships through mutual respect and understanding.
“Sri Rukmini Kalyanam” is a sacred ritual that celebrates the divine wedding of Lord Krishna and Goddess Rukmini. Embark on a journey of spiritual enrichment and matrimonial fulfillment. This ceremony symbolizes love, devotion, and union. This timeless ritual holds the promise of fulfilling your deepest desires for a harmonious and prosperous married life.
Lord Sri Krishna, also known as Narayana, is worshipped during the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami with a grand Abhishekam ceremony. This ritual involves bathing the deity in various sacred substances, such as milk, honey, ghee, yogurt, and water, while chanting mantras to invoke blessings from the divine. Each ingredient holds a special significance symbolizing purity, nourishment, love, strength, and cleansing of sins. The devotees offer prayers and sing devotional songs while witnessing this sacred ritual that signifies the divine presence of Lord Krishna among them. The aroma of incense fills the air as priests chant mantras invoking blessings upon all those present for health, prosperity,and happiness in their lives.

All the yagyas are performed from 21st Aug, 2024 to 25th Aug, 2024
(With 125 Pundits)

All 5 days Yagyas
(Without Membership offer)
Membership Offer

Get your first year of membership free (a $749 value) and enjoy a 10% discount on all future Yagyas during your membership when you commit to a 3-year membership. Membership renewal is $749 per year, starting after the first year.

All 3 days Yagyas
(Without Membership offer)
Membership Offer

Get your first year of membership free (a $749 value) and enjoy a 10% discount on all future Yagyas during your membership when you commit to a 3-year membership. Membership renewal is $749 per year, starting after the first year.

Single Day Yagya
(Without Membership offer)
Membership Offer

Become a member for 1 / 3 / 5 Years Commitment and get this Single Day Yagya for free.

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