Ganapathi Homam

  • Sale
  • Regular price Rs. 3,501.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.


Ganapathi Homam is performed to beget happiness, prosperity, success and remove obstacles. 

This homam is performed by invoking Lord Maha Ganapathi followed by the chanting of Ganapathi Mantra and then performing the homam as per the shastras.

  

Significance of Ganapathi Homam:

Lord Ganapathi also known as Ganesha, Vigneshwara, Vinayaka etc. Lord Ganesha is invoked before starting any work or puja or any homa or havan on all auspicious occasions and festivals. He is known as one who remove obstacles in the path of success or happiness.

As per Ganesha purana there are varuious types of ganapathi homam can be performed, For example: Mahaganapathi Homam, Asthadravya Ganapathi Homam, Sahasra modaka Ganapathi Homam,etc… 

  • Performing Ganapathi homam will help the kartha to overcoem all the obstacles and problems that he  encounters in his life 
  • Performing Ganapathi homam helps in Inducing positive energy and helps in attaining peace of mind.
  • Performing Ganapathi is an ideal remedy for a person who is passing through ‘Ketu Maha Dasa or Bhukti’ as per their horoscope and thereby reducing the malefic effects of Ketu graha.
Ganapathi Homam should be performed in the early morning and Poornahuthi to be offered during sunrise, unless any other time is specifically mentioned to suit the particular purpose. Normally, only Vedic ways of Homams are performed. The main ingregients for Ganapathi Homam is Modakam, Dhruva Grass,  

 

Ideal day to perform Ganapathi Homam:
  • Sankatahara Chaturthi
  • Before starting any new business or new ventures
  • Atleast once a year

Ganapathi Homam is ideal for:

  • People who are facing loss in their business 
  • People who are seeking victory with their project, business or organization
  • Those who face hitches  / obstacles in all their endeavors


Ganapathi Homam Procedure:

  • Ganapathi pooja
  • Punyaha Vachanam
  • Maha Sankalpam
  • Kalasha Pooja 
  • Navagraha Pooja
  • Ganapathi Homam (Japams and tat dasams homam)
  • Poornahuti
  • Ashirvachanam
  • Prasada viniyogam

About Maha Ganapathi:

Maha Ganapathi represents the power of the Supreme Being that removes obstacles and ensures success in human endeavors. Ganesha is revered as the son of the Shiva and Parvati, and is always honored first in most worship services and rituals.

Ganesha is also known as Ganapati, Vigneswara, Vinayaka, Gajamukha and Ainkaran. He is worshipped for siddhi, success in undertakings, and buddhi, intelligence.

He is worshipped before any venture is started. He is also the God of education, knowledge and wisdom, literature, and the fine arts. Ganesha is also one of the five Gods the worship of whom was popularized by Adi Shankaracharya; the other four are Vishnu, Shiva, Shakthi and Karthikeya.. The worship of these five deities is called the pancayatana puja......


Note:

The homam is performed in samashti sankalpa or group sankalpa or group invoking. For individual homam - send us a mail to: info@anarghyaa.com. We will get back to you with the quotation and we can customize and perform the homam according to your need. For Customized Homam - Date can be fixed as per one’s Janma nakshatra and the yoga, thithi of that date.

The Homam to be performed depends on the type of problems & the individual’s Birth Chart, usually a Pandit is consulted for advice on the type of homams that are to be conducted. If you have any doubts please send us a mail to info@anarghyaa.com. A detailed analysis of your Horoscope chart can be done by our Pandits would suggest you the most suitable remedies or if to conduct special poojas or homams for specific problems, that would help you over come your problems and to obtain evident good results

The main objective of performing the Homams is to enrich positive energy of the ruling planets and to nullify the negative elements shown in the birth chart. It is also a form of remedial measure which has been followed from the ancient times. Homams and poojas are performed for a particular deity by invoking Agni – the God of fire. It is said that when Lord Brahma (the creator among the Trinity) created man, he also created “Homam” for man’s livelihood and his attainment of spiritual desires.