Sri Suktha Homam is a very powerful homam performed for ushering prosperity and wealth.
Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual. In Hindu mythology, Goddess Lakshmi, also called Shri, is the divine spouse of Lord Vishnu and the Goddess of wealth and fortune. In the vedas, she called Sri. Goddess Lakshmi indicates prosperity. Worship of Lakshmi indicates an appreciation of prosperity and a sense of responsibility towards it. Depicted an extremely beautiful woman, Lakshmi stands on a lotus. She has lotuses in various stages of bloom in her two hands. And even wears a lotus garland.
You must perform this homam when you are facing financial difficulties and wish to earn wealth in abundance. The best day to perform Sri Suktha Homam is on a Friday.
Significance of Sri Suktha Homam:
Sri Suktham is a hymn of exquisite beauty and grace. It is in Atharva Veda and also appears as a supplement to Rigveda. In Rigveda Sri Suktham appears at the end in Parisistabhanga. Even though Parisista means leftovers and not connected to main Rigveda, many vedic scholars think that Sri Suktham originated even before Rigveda.
Sri means “Maha Lakshmi”. Suktham means “well said”. There are fifteen mantras in the Sri Suktham. By performing homam several times with all the ingredients as prescribed in agamas, one can receive several benefits. The glory of Sri Suktham is described in Kasyapa-Gnanakandam (Vaikhanasam) scriptures.
Other ancient scriptures Skanda, Vamana, Markandeya and Brahmanda Puranas, also describe the importance of Sri Suktham. Some of these references mentioned that Bilva samith and other valuable pearls and jades can be used in homam. Esana samhitha mentioned the Apamarga samith for ‘dhana and Dhanya abhivriddhi’ (prosperity). Chanting Sri Suktham removes our poverty (both material as well as spiritual).
Sri Suktha Homam is ideal for:
- People who are seeking wealth and prosperity in life.
- It is strongly recommended for those facing financial difficulties and wish to earn wealth in abundance.
- People who are suffering to recover from the losses you incurred
Sri Suktha Homam Procedure:
- Ganapathi pooja
- Punyaha Vachanam
- Maha Sankalpam
- Kalasha Pooja
- Navagraha Pooja
- Sri Suktha Homam (japam and Avarthi Homam)
- Prasada viniyogam
About Sri Suktham:
As per the Vedas, there are five different Sukthas, and Shri Suktha is one amongst the five Sukthas.The word ‘Sri’ has a contextual significance; in the sense it personifies and relates to the auspiciousness of the Goddess. Lakshmi Devi, as the better half of the Lord Vishnu also epitomizes the power and splendor of the Lord. The word Sri also personifies the regal qualities of Lakshmi Devi. If Narayan is the being, Lakshmi Devi embodies becoming. Sri Shukta embodies being as well as becoming. Hence, when a devotee conducts the Homam, he pays homage to the very essence of the creation.
The Homam to be performed depends on the type of problems & the individual’s Birth Chart, usually a Pundit 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. A detailed analysis of your Horoscope chart can be done by our Pundits who would suggest you the most suitable remedies or if to conduct special poojas or homams for specific problems, that would help you overcome 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 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