Rudra Chamakkam Homam on Kalabhairava Jayanthi
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Kala Bhairava Ashtami
Scheduled On Nov 21 2016 From 6 pm to 9 pm IST
It’s time to conquer time or kaalam. November 21 is Kalabhairava Ashtami as it is the eighth day of the waning phase of full moon. It is also known as Kalashtami and offering prayers on this day helps relieve one of sins and hardships. On this day, it is auspicious to observe fast and remember the Lord who is in the form of Bhairava, with full devotion.
Taking a bath in the morning and remembering the dead ancestors is the first step taken on the day. After that Lord Bhairava is invoked. Also, devotees stay awake all night and chant hymns and bhajans in praise of Lord Bhairava, Shiva and Parvathi. At the middle of the night, poojas are performed using conch, drum etc., Even dogs are worshipped on this day and offered prasadams to appease the lord.
Perform the homam for success, prosperity and also maintain a healthy lifestyle. Easiest way is to chant the mantras, donate food to the poor and feed stray dogs and cows. A yagna or homam, Rudram Chamakam, on this day would prove beneficial to the welfare of the devotee.
The Rudram Chamakam hymn corresponds to the recital of eleven mantras each having a meaning and benefit of its own that include education, benefit of progeny and destruction of enemies. In the second part, the devotee asks God for fulfilment of wishes. Here the devotee invokes the benevolent aspect of Lord Shiva and not the terrible aspect in order to fulfil his wishes.
Rudram Chamakam Homam Benefits
A devotee can conquer time and avoid its wastage.
Helps students score better and there’s no need to spend a lot of time in completing simple jobs.
Long pending cases or tasks that are left incomplete will be completed soon,
easy to get the blessings of Lord Shiva,
removes the malefic effects of various planets,
success and prosperity guaranteed
Protects against diseases and various ailments.
The birthday of Kalabhairava, a manifestation of Lord Shiva is celebrated as Kalabhairava Jayanthi. It falls on the eighth day of the waning full moon in the month of November. This year, it is on November 21.
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