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Let Not the Oncoming Summer Be Harsh & Infection Ridden
Get Protection From Noxious Diseases, Misfortunes & Unexpected Evil
Scheduled Live On March 9, 2018 @ 6 PM IST
Sheetala Ashtami Special Rituals
Vedicfolks is performing Pratyangira Devi and Sheetala Devi fire rituals (homam) on the auspicious day of Sheetala Ashtami help you tackle the onslaught of summer. It keeps you disease free, healthy, prosperous and evil free.
Pratyingara Devi is a very powerful goddess who emerged from the third eye of Sarabheswara, a manifestation of Lord Shiva with 1,008 lion heads, 2,016 hands and a blood stained tongue lolling out. The goddess repels all forms of witch-craft, destroys negative karma and guides those taking the spiritual path. She makes you prosper in life, destroys curses, black magic and all forms of evil. She’s the most lovable mother for those who are devoted to her and seek solace in her.
The Skanda Purana has mentioned that this powerful goddess should be worshipped for smallpox. She is the cause and the cure for the disease. The personification of the goddess is that she rides on a donkey, has four arms, and carries a silver broom stick, a small bowl, a winnow, and a pot of water. She rids the house of diseases; the broom is for sweeping away germs, and the winnow to collect them. She sprinkles water from the pot to purify the house. Her very name means cooling one. The time is right as the season changes from cold to hot, it is most essential to glorify the deity that stresses the need for human hygiene during the oncoming summer months. She motivates her devotees to keep the surroundings neat and hygienic. In the south, she’s referred to as Mariamman or Karumariamman.
Seven days after the festival of Holi, the Sheetala Ashtami is celebrated during the spring season in the month of March or sometimes April. It is believed that worshipping Mother Sheetala, the goddess of healing, on her Ashtami would prevent you from encountering deadly diseases. On the other hand, Goddess Pratyangira is no less. She protects her devotees from evil in all forms and to a true devotee she’s a protector par excellence. She frees her devotees of Karma and grants salvation.
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