Ayusha homam means Age and Ayusha homa is performed by learned purohits for long life and removal of all obstacles from life. Ayusha homam is done to worship the god of life (Ayur Devatha ). By doing this homam, one gets long life blessings from Ayur Devatha. Ones a year this homa is recommended for healthy living and long life. If you are suffering from any ailment for long , then also Ayusah Homa is recommended. Ayush means Age and Ayush Homa is performed by learned Thanthric astrologers for long life and removal of all obstacles from life. Ayush homa is done to worship the god of life (Ayur Devatha ) by doing this homa one gets long life blessings from Ayur devatha. Once in a year this homa is recommended for healthy living and long life. If you are suffering from any ailment for long, then also Ayush homa is recommended. Conducting this homa once in a year is essential for children in balarishta yoga.
The word Ayusha means Age. The Ayusha homam is performed by learned Pandit for long life and removal of obstacles. The Ayusha homam is done to worship the god of life. By doing this homam, one gets long life blessings from Ayur Devata. Once a year this homam is recommended for healthy and long life. If you are suffering from any ailment for long time, this may be your remedy. We offer this homam on the request.
Homams are Pujas performed for a particular deity by invoking Agni, the god of fire. The Sun is considered as the main source of energy, and fire is considered as a representation of the Sun's energy. According to the ancient texts on Homams, any offer to Fire as a god, is actually an offer to Sun. Any such offer is done either to enrich energy or to destroy the undesirable elements in the environment, and thus, in both ways, environment is protected. Like Pujas, Homams are also believed to be one of the greatest ritual in Hindu religion, whereby doing this, one can get rid of any obstacles and also attain the self-satisfaction. The goal of all Homams is the prosperity of the people by energizing and protecting the environment. 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 desires. The main aim of Homam is derived from the Vedas or the ancient texts of Hindus. These Vedas explains how a human should be, how he should be helpful to others and what are the good actions that he should perform. Vedas and Homam are eternal truths which have neither beginning nor end, and are divine, not the creation of humans.
To perform any Puja or Homam, first of all, a priest is appointed. While performing any Puja, first of all, the priest or Pandit ji perform the Puja of the Lord Ganesh as Lord Ganesh holds a unique position in the Indian culture and any ceremony, ritual, Puja or new undertaking begins with invoking the power of Ganesh, otherwise it is regarded as futile.A Kalash (brass or copper pot filled with sacred water) is placed with a coconut and different fruits, grains and betel leaves in front of it. After the Ganesh Puja is complete, then the Puja of the respective god or goddess and Yantra is performed on whose behalf the Homam is performed. This is done with the recitation of a Mantra for that particular deity with the offerings of water, Chandan (sandalwood) paste, Sindoor (vermilion), rice, milk mixed with floral-scented oil, flowers, fruits and sweets. After the Puja is completed by the priest, preparations are then made for the Yagna or Homams (sacred fire ritual) to be performed. This is the last part of the Puja and goes on for over an hour.
Some of the things that are placed in the Agni (fire) during Homam are said to transmit some kind of medicinal smoke and this smoke mixes in the air thereby curing lots of human diseases. Sandalwood, small pieces of Banyan tree, fragrant herbs and pure ghee are used as an offering to the Agni (sacred fire), with the recitation of Mantras. The smoke, which comes out of the Homams, purify the air and this smoke does not cause any air pollution and also have some medicinal values. In the end, the Yantras are energized with the vibrations of the Mantras. The energized Yantras are thus empowered and enable the purpose for which they are being used