Shiva Jyotirlinga & Shakti Peetha Maha Yagyas

Benefits of these Yagya

Health & healing | Prosperity & Protection | Wealth & well-being | Success

These yagyas will be performed at Shakti Petha (abode of mother divine) and Jyotirlinga (abode of Lord Shiva). In these yagyas we will be offering Chandi Yagya, Ekadasha Rudrabhisheka Yagya, Lakshmi Yagya, and Vanigindra Yagya. 

These yagyas will benefit the participants by providing health & healing, prosperity & protection, wealth & well-being, and success in all endeavors in personal and professional life.

Remedies at Jyotirlinga:

Remedies at Jyotirlinga refer to the practices and rituals performed at the Jyotirlinga temples to seek blessings and solutions to various problems. These remedies can include performing a Yagya (sacred fire ritual), offering puja (worship) to the Jyotirlinga, reciting mantras or prayers, and taking a dip in the holy river nearby. Devotees believe that these remedies can help alleviate their problems and bring blessings, such as relief from physical and mental ailments, success in endeavors, and spiritual enlightenment.

Performing a Yagya (Homa) at any of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines is believed to bring several benefits to the devotees. Here are some of the benefits:

  1. Blessings of Lord Shiva: Jyotirlingas are believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva, and performing a Yagya in their presence is said to invoke the blessings of the Lord.
  2. Relief from sins and negativity: Yagya is believed to be a powerful tool to cleanse oneself of sins and negative energies and performing it at a Jyotirlinga shrine is said to amplify its effect.
  3. Protection from malefic influences: The Yagya is also believed to protect the devotee from negative influences like evil eye, black magic, and other malefic effects.
  4. Fulfillment of desires: The blessings of Lord Shiva received through the Yagya are believed to help fulfill one’s desires and aspirations.
  5. Health and well-being: Yagya is known to have a positive effect on one’s physical and mental health and performing it at a Jyotirlinga shrine is believed to bring additional benefits in this regard.
  6. Spiritual growth: Yagya is also seen as a means to enhance one’s spiritual growth, and performing it at a Jyotirlinga shrine is believed to accelerate this process.

Overall, performing a Yagya at a Jyotirlinga shrine is believed to bring a multitude of benefits to the devotee, both material and spiritual.

Benefits of Shakti Peetha:

  • Eliminate the effects of past sins and distractions, enabling a focus on divine creations.
  • Bestow purity in heart and soul, counteracting malefic effects and doshas, and offering healing for illnesses.
  • Grant intelligence and beauty while removing feelings of insecurity and hardship.
  • Eliminate adversities, negativities, and enmities, promoting blending and bonding.
  • Instill faith, courage, and strength, removing fear and danger from one’s life.
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Goddess Bramarambika & Lord Sri Mallikarjuna

Srisailam (Andhra Pradesh)

Achieve great wealth and fame

By conducting a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) dedicated to Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga, one can achieve great wealth and fame, have their deepest desires and aspirations fulfilled, and ultimately attain liberation (Mukti).

Goddess Bramarambika worshipped in this temple is known as Goddess Brahmari, also known as Bhramarabika, and is associated with the chin region of the divine mother. The word “Bhramari” means bees, and the Beejakshar mantra of the Goddess is the sound “Hring”. The Goddess is adorned with Sindoor and is believed to bless devotees with divine grace. According to legend, the Goddess also defeated the demon Mahishasura, who was misusing his power.

Goddess Sri Mahakali Devi & Lord Sri Mahakaleswara swamy

Ujjaiyani (Madhyaprdesh)

Receive blessings for material gains, purity, and prosperity

According to the Padma Purana, Sri Rama declared “mat sthapitam Shiva linga”, meaning “I (Sri Rama) installed the Shiva Linga”. Performing a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) to Rameshwaram Jyotirlingam can nullify Rahu-Ketu affliction, provide relief from the cycle of birth and death, and ensure the well-being and prosperity of devotees.

The abode of Goddess Maha Kali is believed to be where the right toe of Goddess Shakti has fallen. This temple is located on the banks of the original Ganga River, which connects Hoogly, and her consort, Lord Shiva, is worshipped as Nakulesh in the form of a Sivalingam. Devotees who visit this temple are believed to receive blessings for material gains, purity, and prosperity. In addition, a self-manifested “Svayambhu Lingam of Nakuleshwar Bhairav” is also worshipped near the temple of Goddess Maha Kali.

Goddess Sri Visalakshi Devi & Lord Sri Visweswara Swamy

Varanasi (Uttarapradesh)

Good health, prosperity, and happiness

A Yagya (sacred fire ritual) dedicated to Lord Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga can offer protection to his devotees from their adversaries, as well as bless them with good health, prosperity, and happiness.

The wrist part of Goddess Vishalakshi has fallen in this place, which is located in Kashi, also known as Varanasi. It is a lifetime ambition for many people from middle-class families to visit Kashi at least once to relieve themselves from sins and karma and attain salvation. The famous deities worshipped in this place are Goddess Annapurneshwari and Kashivishweshwar, along with Lord Bhairavar. They bless devotees by removing evil effects, doshas, and bestow abundance, good health, and prosperity.