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Lord Sun is among Panch Deva( Vishnu, Shiva, Ganesha, Shakti and Surya). He is the soul of all living beings. It is considered to be the most powerful planet among all nine planets. Since weak Sun affects eyes, heart and bones, poverty etc, so the Sun yantra grant to pacify the negative effects of Sun. It consist of dot, hexagon, two circles, eight petal lotus enveloped by one bhupura, drawn on copper, gold or bhojpatra.
The mantra is repeated for one hundred thousand times. The mantra of Sun for recital is
|| Om Hrim Ghrnih Surya Adityah Srim ||
The sage of this mantra is devabhaga: the metre is Gayatri and the deity is Sun-God , the lord of the day. Hrim is the Bija and Srim is shakti. The application is for realization of cherished desires.
Benefits of Sun yantra
- This yanta grants success in career and business.
- The devotee gets relief from all the problems related to court cases and helps in making the judgement in favor of the person itself by this yantra.
How to do worship by this yantra
- The devotee should must wake up early in the morning before sunrise.
- The devotee should wear white clothes.
- The yantra is to be established on yellow cloth and purity the yantra with gangajal and cow’s milk.
- This yantra is to be drawn with sandalwood, kesar, supari, and red flowers.
Where to place it
- This yantra should be established on Sunday in any auspicious muhurat.
- This yantra keep it in your home, offices, wallet or wear it in your neck.
Sun is the source of energy for the whole universe.Sun is considered as the significator of Health, eyes, social prestige, father and profession.
When we offer water to the Sun and recite the mantra,Sun gets strengthened and the water gets empowered. When we touch this water on our body, those energy points gets stimulated thereby giving us tremendous energy and all the areas mentioned above get better.
The ultimate way to offer thanks to the ultimate source of energy ‘Surya Devta’ is a unique festival in this incredible India. Chhath is no more a regional festival of Biharis and Terai region Hindus, but is widely accepted by hilly origins and almost throughout India. Let us explore this Hindu thanks giving ceremony to God Sun.
- The auspicious tradition of Chhath puja was initiated by son of Surya, Karan who ruled over the Anga Desh (Munger district of Bihar) during the time of Mahabharata.
- Lord Rama and Mata Sita offered special prayers to lord Sun ad fasted after returning to Ayodhya from exile and begin the ritual of celebrating Chhath puja.
- The special powers were bestowed to Draupadi by Surya devta, which helped the Pandavas to regain back their kingdom of Hastinapur.
- To receive immense blessings and prosperity from Surya, Chhath is celebrated lively for four days period during the Hindu month of Kartik.
- First day is Nahai Khai i.e. ‘Nahai’ means ‘bathing’ and ‘Khai’ means ‘to eat’; the devotees take a holy dip in river or lake and holy water is taken at home to cook prasadam (offering food).
- The second day is Kharna, on which the worshippers perform ‘nirjalahaar’ vrat for about 8 to 12 hours. By the end of the day, the fast is eneded by adoring lord Sun and eating Prasad. Then another 36 hours fast is begins.
- The third day is the main festival of Chhath called Sandhya Argha. The devotees clad themselves in yellow coloured attire and offer the specially prepared food offerings to Surya Devta at the riverbank in the evening.
- The last day is Suryodaya Argha on which the devotees gives the early morning offerings at the riverbank and break their fast by having Chhath Prasad.
- This festival is a morning and evening affair on all the four days as the sunrise and sunset rays are most beneficial for human body and consists of low intensity of ultra violet rays.
- The traditional festival of Chhath showers you with positivity by detoxifying the mind, soul and body; and removes the negative energies by adoring the powerful Sun.
Contributed By: Meenakshi Ahuja