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Vedic New Year Celebration Ritual - Ashta Vimshathi Nakshatra Maha Yagya
Live Webcast on April 8th Friday @4.30PM – 9.30PM IST
Vedicfolks is Performing Ashta Vimshathi Nakshatra Maha Yagya on Special occasion of Vedic New Year (Gudi Padwa). Ashta means eight and Vimshathi describes twenty, we are performing 28 nakshatra maha Yagya to get all beneficial effects to remove all Dhosas in your life.
About Nakshatra Maha Yagya:
Nakshatra” the Sanskrit word simply means “that which doesn’t decay”. It is said that there are 27 nakshatras and they are the stars who rule the world and its inmates. Each nakshatra is of a separate significance, quality and content. These nakshatras (27) share equal segments of a circle, each covering 13 degrees 20 minutes. The sequence of the 27 Nakshatras begins with Ashwini Nakshatra in Mesha Rashi and ends with Revathi Nakshatra in Meena Rashi.
While witnessed from the earth’s surface, it is observed that the Moon passes through this circle of 27 stars in 27 days—which means the Moon resides in a star for a day. Now there is a concept called-Nakshatra Pada. This simply means that each nakshatra in itself is divided into 4 equal parts again. They are termed as 1, 2, 3 and 4 Padas respectively. Each pada in that nakshatra has its own set of traits.
When all the 27 nakshatras + Abhijit Nakshatra are appraised together in a homa, it brings its beneficiaries good will all through their lives.
Abhijit is the 28th nakshatra rarely appeared nakshtra in Magara rasi. Abhijit is the Sanskrit name for Vega, the brightest star in the northern group of Lyra. Abhijit means "Victorious" or "the One who cannot be defeated".