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🔥 Powerful Maa Baglamukhi Puja 🔥

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Our Vedic Brahmins performing the powerful Sindhurmani Maa Baglamukhi Puja with 1,25,000 mantras over 11 days in the night.
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🕉Significance of Sindhurmani Maa Baglamukhi Puja🕉
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Maa baglamukhi maintains the eighth significant position among all the ten (Das) Mahavidya’s. She is the goddess of black power or black magic and is also known for her protective power and is the ultimate granter of prosperity.
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Sindhurmani Baglamukhi puja known to bring miraculous results for
🏆Victory in legal cases
⚔️Victory over enemies
💵Debt and financial problems
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It is specially recommended for people in public administration, politicians and management executives of large enterprises.
🕉Process of Puja 🕉
Our Vedic Brahmins chants Maa Baglamukhi mantras and strotras and energises Sindhurmani, an extremely rare gem. This mani has an aura of it’s own on energy spectrum and radiates a huge amount of positive energy. This positive energy which is imbibed with the blessings of the Lord Ganesha & Maa Baglamukican heal the planetary bad effects on the person and can correct the influence of planets. .

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Through expert chanting of mantras by our expert Indian Vedic Brahmins, the Sindhurmani emits a proper and specific spectrum of radiation as per mantras that are enchanted on it. This energy is administered into the devotee or the patient who is getting the results of the planets and by the administration, the bad effects of the planets are nullified to a great extent. As soon as the puja is performed, the remedy starts to work and shields the person from the effect of the planets in the future as well.
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❄️ Today’s Panchang 28th February ❄️

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The daily update of the planetary positions as per time, place and circumstances. The planet transit chart is as per 5:30 am, New Delhi.28-feb-panchang

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❄️ Today’s Panchang 5th December ❄️

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The nine night of devotion to Maa Durga-Navratris

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Significance of Navratri

Navratris are the nine days which are exclusively meant for rendering devotion to eternal consort of Lord Shiva, Devi Durga. The nine days are celebrated to show devotion to mother demigoddess, Maa Durga. These nine days have a huge significance and the devotees can get the best benefit by getting all their desires fulfilled.

The First Three Days of Navratri

The first three days of Navratri are devoted to the worship of the Goddess Durga. This is the period, when her energy and power are worshipped. Each day is dedicated to a different appearance of Durga. Kumari, which signifies the girl child, is worshipped on the first day of the festival. Parvati, who is the embodiment of a young woman, is worshipped on the second day. The destructive aspects of Goddess Durga symbolize the commitment to acquire triumph over all the evil tendencies. Hence, on the third day of Navratri, Goddess Kali is worshipped, who represents the woman who has reached the stage of maturity.

Fourth to Sixth Days of Navratri

When a person acquires triumph over evil tendencies of ego, anger, lust and other animal instincts, he/she experiences a void. This void is filled with spiritual wealth. For the purpose, the person approaches Goddess Lakshmi, to acquire all the materialistic, spiritual wealth and prosperity. This is the reason why the fourth, fifth and sixth day of Navratri are dedicated to the worship of Lakshmi – the goddess of prosperity and peace. Although the individual has acquired victory over evil tendencies and wealth, he is still deprived of true knowledge. Knowledge is required to live the life of a humane, even though he/she is prospered with power and wealth. Therefore, Goddess Saraswati is worshipped on the fifth day of Navratri. All the books and other literature materials are gathered in one place and a ‘diya’ (earthen lamp) is lit in front of the deity, to invoke the goddess and seek her blessings. Till the time the books are kept at the puja room, the students would not study. Seventh and Eighth Day of Navratri The seventh day is dedicated to worshipping Saraswati, the goddess of art and knowledge. Prayers are offered with an aim to seek spiritual knowledge. A ‘yagna’ is performed on the eight day. This comprises of a sacrifice honoring goddess Durga as well as bids her farewell. The sacrifice or offering is made out of clarified butter (ghee), rice pudding known as kheer and sesame seeds.

Ninth Day of Navratri

The ninth day is the final day of Navratri celebrations. It is also known as ‘Mahanavami’. On the day, Kanya puja is performed to worship nine young girls, who have not yet reached the stage of puberty. These nine girls symbolize one of the nine forms of goddess Durga. The feet of girls are washed to welcome the goddess and show respect to her. The girls are offered a set of new clothes as a gift from the devotees at the end of the puja.

The 9 devis of 9 days

She is also worshipped under nine different names for the nine days in Navratri. Every day, she assumes a new character, a new look and a new duty. She is worshipped as Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skanda Mata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Maha Gauri and Siddhidatri. For the initial six the Pooja celebrations are limited to home. The celebrations acquire a festive form since the seventh day when the festivities of Navratri surround the atmosphere.

First Day Pooja
The first form of Goddess Durga is called Shailputri . She is considered the daughter of the Himalayas. She is a form of Shakti, the consort of Lord Shiva.

Second Day Pooja
The second form of Goddess Durga is known as ‘Brahmacharini’. Her name is derivative of the word ‘Brahma’, which means ‘Tapa’ or penace. She is also a form of Uma or Parvati, a form of Mata Shakti.

Third Day Pooja
On the third day the goddess is worshipped as Chandraghanta. She is the symbolic representation of beauty and bravery.

Fourth Day Pooja
Kushmanda, is the form of the goddess which is worshipped on the fourth day. It is believed that Kushmanda is the creator of the entire Universe and she has created the entire Universe by her laugh.

Fifth Day Pooja
On the fifth day, the form of Goddess is called Skand Mata. She is actually called so because she is here represented as the mother of Skanda, the chief warrior of the Gods army.

Sixth Day Pooja
On the sixth day, the goddess is worshipped as Katyayani. Seated on her vehicle lion, Katyayani has three eyes and four hands.

Seventh Day Pooja
On the seventh day, the Goddess is worshipped as ‘Kalratri’. As the name suggests, Kalrati is as black as a dark night. She has four hands, she is meant to make the devotees fearless.

Eighth Day Pooja
On the eight day, the Mata Rani is worshipped as ‘Maha Gauri’. She is considered to extremely beautiful, white like snow and accessorized with white colored ornaments. She represents calmness and exhibits wisdom.

Ninth Day Pooja
On the ninth day, Durga is worshipped as Siddhidatri. It is believed she consists of all the eight siddhis. She lives on lotus and is worshipped by all the Rishis-Munis, Siddhas, Sadhakas and Yogis.

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The single complete puja for the Nine days of Maa Durga-Navaratri

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About this Navratri puja

  • Since our mother keeps us for nine months in her womb before we are born, we take these nine days of Navratras to go back to our source. Hinduism is the only religion in the world which has emphasised to such an extent the motherhood of God.
  • The festival is celebrated for nine nights twice in a year. The first Navratri of the year is known as Chaitra Navratra, as it falls in March-April. The second Navratri is held in October-November, which coincides Durga Puja.
  • Navratras are celebrated to worship different avatars and forms of goddess Durga (Shailaputri, Brahmachari, Chandragha, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalaratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri). To please goddess Durga, a 9 day fast period is observed. During Navratri pujan, the Durga Sapsati puja and havan with proper procedures and rituals is conducted where each family member gives aahuti and takes blessings from Durga mata. The Durga puja vidhi and processes need to be properly understood and applied. Therefore, a knowledgeable priest well versed in vedic shastras and process is advised.
  • After 8 or 9 days of fasting, Navratra pujan is concluded by Ram Navami puja where we perform kanya puja. Nine young girls representing the nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshiped and they are offered kala chana, halwa and puri with dakshina and red chunari as kanjaks.

Why should you do this puja?
To seek blessings from Mother Durga + achieve fame, success and happiness in daily life.

The puja, when performed with pure intentions to please the eternal consort of Lord Shiva i.e. Durga Devi, it blesses the person with desired results he is demanding for without any delays.

There is nothing impossible for Maa Durga to give to her devotees who desire wealth, followers, a beautiful life partner, fame, name, adoration, prestige etc.

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✴️ The Power of Baglamukhi Yantra ✴️

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Devi Baglamukhi is eighth among 10 mahavidyas, where 10 mahavidyas are ten essential energies that are also 10 goddesses. Baglamukhi yantra is very powerful to fight against enemies. It consist of triangles, hexagonal, eight petal lotus, sixteen petal lotus and bhupura.

The presiding deity goddess Baglamukhi is the controller of this powerful yantra which recharges yantra with occult forces.

Baglamukhi mantra

The mantra is recited for one hundred thousand times. The mantra for recital is

|| Om hlim Baglamukhi Sarvadustanam Vacam Mukham

Padam Stambhaya Jihviimkilaya Buddhim Vinasaya Hlim Om Svaha ||

The sage of this mantra is narada the metre is bharti, the deity of the mantra is Bagla Mukhi. The bija is hrim and the shakti is svaha.

Benefits of Baglamukhi Yantra

  • It grants the victory over enemies, law suits, success in quarrels and competitions
  • It offers protection for cuts, scars, operations and accidents.

 How to do worship of this Yantra?

  • The devotee should wear yellow clothes with yellow garland.
  • The yantra is to be drawn with sandal powder, Agar, Camphor etc.
  • In the entire six small triangle formed by two vertically intersecting triangles the devotee shall write the name of the intended person with the mula mantras by means of haritala and powdered turmeric together with dhatura juice.

Where to place it?

  • Take some clay from the spinning potter’s wheel and make a beautiful image of a bull. The yantra must be placed in it.
  • This clay bull must be muddy with haritala every day and worshipped.