My memories of this year Durga Puja at Kamakhya Shakti Peeth.

Dear friends & Sadhaks,as the routine of every year,i stayed at Kamakhya from Amavasya to one day after POORNIMA,For full 16 days.my day begine with morning season of teaching DHAYAN SADHNA,CHAKRA SADHNAS, sRIVIDYA UP TO LEVEL-4 For two hrs to three students,against payment of 21000/- each till 10.00AM.

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With my Panda jee MIRNAL SARMA.

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WITH ONE OF MY DECIPLE.

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After 10AM use to take Coffee,,Relax for while,take Bath,from 11AM TO 1PM Use to do,Sri vidya puja,Guru MANTRA,Other reguler strotras,Kamakhya mantra with Yoni strotras.Go to temple for Parikarma after puja.sit in  Temple,meeting wih other Sadhaks.

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Taking Rest from 2pm to 4pm,meeting with Guests in my room from 4pm to 5.30pm,Go to Temple Again for Evening Parikarma,Participating in the Aarti, doing japa till 9.30pm night.on Astmi day offering foods & Dakshina to kanjaks (kanyas)

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pREPERATIONS FOR 108 PAATH SRISUKTA PUJA WITH HAWAN ON POORNIMA DAY WHICH TAKES AROUND 4 HRS.

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FOR TROUBLED MARRIAGE LIFE & REMOVING OBSTACLES IN GETTING MARRIED.

Tirumanancheri Temple
The Tirumanancheri Temple, located in Thanjavur district, is considered as one of the important temples of Lord Shiva. He is worshipped here as Kalyansundareswarar with his consort Parvathi called as Kokilambal. The temple is said to hold divine blessings for marriages because it is said to have been the holy ground where the marriage of Shiva and Parvathi had been celebrated.
When devotees pray to the divine couple for grace and blessings for a happy marriage, the prayers are answered. Thousands of people till today have received boon for visiting the temple and offering archanas for happy marriage.
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If you devote yourself completely to these deities of the inner sanctum and make a wish during the parihara poojas performed here, your wish will be fulfilled. Those desirous of marriage and those who want to overcome problems in marital life, both are blessed with fulfillment of their desires. Those who pray for a suitable life-partner, the divine couple helps them in manifesting their desires within a short time.
Never fail to observe the mood and posture of Shiva and Parvathi as the groom and bride. Parvathi stands on right side of Shiva unassertive and shy, her eyes cast down on kalyana kolam, the geometrical and colorful drawings made on the floor at marriage celebrations. They represent the ideal gesture for a groom and his bride during a Hindu marriage. Intently observing and savoring the beauty of the image of the couple triggers a divine force within a devotee.
According to the Sthala Purana, once Goddess Parvathi was possessed with a desire to rebond with her husband Shiva through the rituals of earthly marriage. And to fulfill her desire, she was sent to earth and incarnated herself as the daughter of the saint Bharata, whom Shiva married again. This holy ceremony of tying the nuptial knot is said to have taken place in Tirumanancheri filling the air with divinity. Till today, Shiva & Parvathi in this temple answer the prayers of their devotees who are unable to find a suitable partner for marriage as well as those who have marital relationship problems.

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There is a popular anecdote about Shiva-Parvathi granting boons. Once, two friends decided that when they have children, they will get them married to each other to seal their friendship. In due course of time, one of them had a beautiful daughter and the other a boy with resemblance of a tortoise. The mother of the girl began to repent the promise she had made to her friend. She refused to get her daughter married to her friend’s son because of his appearance. However, the daughter desired to marry the boy despite his looks and sought mercy of Lord Shiva in Thirumanancheri. Shiva, being pleased with her, blessed the boy to gain a healthy form who was united to her beloved through marriage. Hence, it is also believed that Kalyanasundareswarar and Kokilaambal even improves physical appearance of a person or grants him or her a partner who can look beyond outward appearance, in order to remove obstacle for marriage.
If you are in search of your partner, do offer a pooja to the divine couple Lord Kalyanasunderaswarar and Devi Kokilambal and receive their grace. The fruits of their grace will always provide you reasons to be happy and grateful to the Divine.

 

Step-1: Go into the temple; you will see Selva Ganapathy on the left; pray him first.

Step-2: Then pray Lord Shiva (Sri Uthvaganatha Swami) and go to (Parvathi) Amman Sannithi on the right. Meenakshi Amman here appears as a 13-year old Kokilambal, head slanted to her right, with three bends (“naanikkoni’). This posture is before her marriage.

Step-3: On the left side of this huge Main mandapam is the most important Kalyana Sundareswarar Sannithi and Mandapam. Enter the mandapam and turn left; light the ghee deepams here, right opposite to the Kalyana Sundareswarar Sannithi (but do not light Raghu dosham’s deepams here; Mangala Raagu has a separate place for ghee dheepams); Kalyana Sundareswarar deities are in marriage kolam; Meenakshi is on his right looking at the floor in kalyana kolam; hence married girls should always stand on the right hand side of the groom during all auspicious functions; the priests perform the rituals here to remove our marriage obstacles. Details are given below.

Step-4: As soon as you light the dheepams, wait for the next batch; only girls and boys concerned are seated inside the enclosure and those accompanying should sit around this enclosure; couples who come after marriage to complete the rituals (and the parents of boys/girls who are unable to come in person also can sit inside the enclosure; if you are parent(s) inform the priest as soon as you enter the enclosure).

The priests brief you first regarding the Do’s and Don’ts; then collect all the garlands and the archana tickets first; they keep all garlands at the feet of the god, return one garland each to the spouse to be worn; [parents must keep it in their hands]; sangalpam is done and the thattu is taken away; [parents should tell the boy/girl’s gothram/name/star and not theirs]; archana follows, coconuts are broken, thattus are returned after aarthi as usual; drop Rs.10 or Rs.20 in the plate (thattu) for the priests.

Do’s and Don’ts as informed by priests here:

Vibuthi, kumkum (plus manjal for girls) are to be used, after prayers, for one mandalam (45 days or till they last) by the boys/girls only and NOT by others in the family.

Lemon should be drunk, without adding salt or sugar, by the boys/girls only and NOT by others; the next morning after bathing the boy/girl should pray wearing this garland and then drink the lemon juice with a little water.

Then retain the garland in a cloth bag (manjal pai), not in plastic bag, till marriage is over and come again with spouse; the same garland is finally put in the temple tank here.

Coconuts can be used by the entire family for cooking.

Step-5: After these rituals at the Kalyana sundareswarar sannithi, go and pray Shiva again. Normally no separate archana is done here.

Step-6: The kalyana melam/Nadhaswaram party collects Rs.10/boyor girl while coming out of the sanctum sanctorum, though not compulsory.

Step-7: Pray Raagu. Mangala Raagu here in the north of inner praharam is special for puthira dosha nivarthi; normal ghee dheepam (5 for Rs.10) available near Raagu, should be lit only by the boy or the girl or one of the parents if the boy/girl has not come;

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MY VISIT TO KAMAKHYA,FOR DOING PERSONNEL MANSA PUJA,2017.

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Mansa Devi is a Hindu goddess of snakes, worshiped mainly in north-eastern states. Mansa is the sister of Vasuki, king of snakes and wife of Jagatkaru. She is also known as Vishahara (the destroyer of poison), Jagadguri, Nitya and Padmavati.
Mansa is depicted as a woman covered with snakes and sitting on lotus. She is sheltered by the canopy of the woods of seven cobra snakes.
In Kamakhya, shakti peeth, the mansa puja or dev dhawni mela is celebrated in August. There is a book which opens only once in a year. The book is not bind and are loose leaves recited in song form by groups of people and has to be completed in a single night each day during the mela. From July onwards, this book roams around every house of those people who want to do mansa puja. Listening to this katha in a song form removes all the hurdles of life.
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WHAT IS THE ROLE OF GRANTHIS,IN OUR BODY.

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WHAT IS THE ROLE OF GRANTHIS,IN OUR BODY.
“Granthi” means knot, pouch, bamboo node etc. In human body granthis have specific duties in the function of the body. The cells in the granthi produce liquid discharges and those are very important essences needed for our body.
Brahma granthi is one of the three knots in ‘Sushumna’ which act as blocks (like bamboo nodes) and prevent Kundalini power from entering into Sushumna nadi and ascend to Sahasrara chakra. Other two are Vishnu granthi and Rudra granthi.
It is situated inside the entrance tip of Sushumna and governs the area of Muladhara chakra and Svadhishtana chakra. Muladhara and Svadhishtana controls all physical desires like hunger, thirst, sex etc. Sexual desires cause the union and creation hence this granthi is called Brahma granthi.

Vishnu Granthi: Second knot. It covers the area between manipura, anahata & vishuddhi chakras. It is also known as the navel knot.
Rudra Granthi: Third knot. It covers the areas of Ajna & Sahasrara chakras. It is also known as forehead knot.
These three knots prevent the free flow of prana along chakras & prevent the arising of kundalini.

I have already told you about the positions of chakras in our body.Also about the three main nadis,IDA.PINGLA.SUSHMANA

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Brahma Granthi:
The shape of Brahma Granthi is like a Conch shell as the blowing hole in the top. It have five rings. Half of its are of water and balance are of other panchabhootas. So Kledam shall be liquid. The quantiy of Kledam present shall be different according to “tithis” or amritha kala and visha kala. In Pournami quantity of Kledam will be less and in Amavasi quantity of Kledam shall be more. So Pournami and Shuklapaksha shall be more suitable for yoga sadhana. Likewise Autumn is the most suitable season.
Shape of the first ring is like a linga with upper and lower parts pointed and middle section thicker. First ring is based on 9 matras or pulses. They stay circular in the ring and rotates in up, down and side ways. 72000 nadis are connected to these 9 matras. When Kundalini power enter in to the Sushumna the rotation of the “9 matras” stop and Sadhak may hear Omkara sound slightly. Say in 9 matras. It may be like the sound of waves at the sea. We cannot compare it correctly, have to be experienced. Some pain like biting, fever may be occured to some. Presence of the Sadguru is surely required for the Sadhak.
The second ring is fixed like teeth in the gaps, so no movements here. This ring is connected to 72000 nadis (nerves). It is based on 18 matras or pulses. 18 matras are 18 tatvas. By getting older this ring may contract but with yoga you may keep it expanded. When Kundalini Shakthi enters to the second ring you may hear the Omkara in 18 matra long. It may be sounded like waterfall. The Sadhak may experience powerful nadi jerks, thunder and lightning, seeing Sun and Moon etc. Without blessings and presence of Sadguru you cannot cross this safely. Tremendous will power, healthy nerves and body, pure mind and full devotion to Sadguru is essential to cross this ring. Only Sadguru can help.
The third ring is shaped as half moon and stays horizontal. It is based on 32 matras placed criss cross as threads in linen. 32 matras are 32 tatvas. By getting older the softness will reduce and the ring will get dry and movements may not be possible here. Only Sadguru can help. We can hear the Omkara sound clearly in 32 mathras or pulses to the Sadhak. Aum Maha Guru Agastheswara Mahamuni Prabhuve Namo Nama:
The fourth ring is shaped in half moon and situated horizontally and opposite to the third ring. The third and fourth together complete a full circle. The fourth ring is based on 64 mathras which are 64 tatvas. When Kundalini. Shakthi enter here sadhak can hear Omkara more clearly in 64 mathras. To pass other experiences only Sadguru can help.
The shape of the fifth ring is like a full moon. It attracts Kundalini power from the other four rings to the ascending path. It is filled with 108 moving mathras. The changes in the Moon reflect in the fifth ring. During Amritha kala it attracts and shines like Full Moon and during in Visha kala it will repel and will be in black colour. When Kundalini enters here Sadhak will hear Omkara louder in 108 mathras. About other experiences Sadguru only can advise.

 

 

 

 

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Srichakra Puja in Different Way.

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SRICHAKRA PUJAN.

1.CHATURAYTAN PUJA(PUJA OF FOUR CORNER,& CENTER)

2.NAVAVRAN PUJA.

3.PUJA WITH KHARGMALA STROTR

Chaturayetan puja; In this puja we recite the mantras of Devtas placed respactively at each corner of srichakras like Ganpati at front right corner,Surya dev at left front corner.

Lord vishnu back left corner & Lord shiva back right corner.

After doing all four corners,then recite mantra for Lalita tripur sundri placed at center.

NAVAVRAN PUJA;; We do this puja in nine parts of srichakra.

a.BHUPUR,bottom portion of srichakra with three step cuts where all siddhis are like Anima siddhi.mahima,garima………are there.

b. second Avaran,sodashdal kamal(sixteen lotus petals) means sixteen Nityayein.

c. third Avaran,Astadal kamal (eight lotus petals),i.e.puja to the outer portion of yoni.

d. fourth Avaran……14 cornered enclosure of Srichakra,1.e puja to main yoni..

e. fifth Avaran……..10 outer cornered enclosure of Srichakra,1.e Naval of Devi.

f.sixth Avaran……. 10 inner cornered enclosure of Srichakra i.e puja of the Devi’s Breasts.

g.seventh Avaran…….8 corner enclosure of Srichakra i.e puja around the Neck.

h. eighth Aavaran….. Traingle,Puja to the Devi’s three Eyes.

i. Nineth Aavaran….. Bindu,lalita tripur sundri.

As for as kharagmala strotra is concern,only those persons who have taken Diksha from guru can recite those Mantras..

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THE SRICHAKRA’S PART & THEIR IMPORTANCE.

THE SRICHAKRA’S PART & THEIR IMPORTANCE.

FROM TOP TO BOTTOM.
The point, the triangle, the eight-cornered figure, the two ten-edged figures, the fourteen cornered figure, eight petals, sixteen petals, the three circles, and the three Bhupuras — This is mentioned as the Sri Chakra of the supreme Deity.

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The outermost is a square of three lines, the lines one inside the other, opening out in the middle of each side as four petals.

This is known as BHUPUR the earth stretch. This is the ground-plane if Sri Chakra is considered as graded elevations, MERU.

Through the portals in the BHUPUR one enters the precincts.

Immediately inside the square are three concentric circles which serve as three girdles

The space between the sides of the square and the circumference of the outermost circle, between BHUPURand THREE GRIDLESis known as TRAILOK MOHAN CHAKRA the enchanter of the triple world.

Inside the three girdles are sixteen petals arranged in the form of petals of lotus.

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This series is known as SAVASA PARIPURAK CHAKRA, the fulfiller of all desires.

The next are the eight petals arranged in a similar fashion. These form the SARVA SANCHOBAN CHAKRA the agitator of all.

Then the figure formed by super-imposition of five triangles with apex downwards on four triangles with apex upwards.

This figure so formed consists of 43 small triangles.

The outermost 14 triangled figure, CHATUR DARSH KONEis known as SARV SOBHAGYA DAYAK CHAKRA the giver of all auspiciousness.

The next figure inside made up of ten triangles known as BAHER DASHAR is called SARVARSADHAK CHAKRA the accomplisher of all purposes.

Inside there is again there is a ten-cornered figure, the inner DASHAR, SARVRAKSHAKAR CHAKRA the giver of all protections.

Then comes the eight edged figure known as ASTAAR which is the SARVAROGHAR CHAKRA the remover of all diseases.

Inside is the inverted primary triangle known as sarvsidhiprad chakra the giver of all accomplishments.

Innermost is the BINDU the SARVANAND MAYA CHAKRA full of all Bliss.

The significance of the names of Chakras comes from Sri Chakra which emanated from KAAMKALA the primordial desire of love and bliss.

In the outermost the Chakra appears as TRAILOKYA MOHAN CHAKRA the enchanter of the triple world.

The being in his triple state comes under the spell and can rest content here for a very long time.

If he proceeds further, there is hankering in his heart for what, he does not know yet.

This takes the form of various desires and these are fulfilled in SARVASAPARIPURAK CHAKRA.

But, the fulfilment of desires leads one nowhere; there comes discontentment, an unrest and an agitation.

This state of agitation, is good because only from here one proceeds to the inner precints of progress.

Once the step is taken, all auspiciousness is granted, , all ends are accomplished, SARVARSADHAK

The state is stabilized by affording all protection,

It leads to perfection in all things,

Then the culmination is the identity with the original Bliss and Love SARVANAND DAYAK from which the whole thing has started.

Relation of SriChakra & Our Body.

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MERU; SPINAL CHORD OF OUR BODY.

BHUPUR; BOTTOM PORTION OF OUR BODY BELOW BUTTOCKS.

SODASH DAL KAMAL;SIXTEEN PETALS LOTOUS AROUND OUR BUTTOKS.

ASTADAL KAMAL; EIGHT PETALS LOTOUS BELOW SEXUAL ORGANS CALLED MULADHAR.

CHATURDASHAR; 14 CORNER ENCLOSURE JUST ABOVE SEXUAL ORGANS CALLED SWATHISTHAN CHAKRA.

BAHIRDHASAR; 10 CORNER ENCLOSURE AROUND NAVAL OF THE BODY.

ANTARDASHAR; 10 CORNER ENCLOSURE AROUND CHEST & BREAST

ASTAAR;               8 CORNER ENCLOSURE AROUND NECK.

TRAINGLE;         ON FOREHEAD.

BINDU;                  TOP OF HEAD.

 

This way by doing puja of Srichakra we are worshiping our body on daily basis.

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VISIT TO CHOTTANIKARA BHAGVAHI TEMPLE IN KERALA,APRIL 2017.

VISIT TO CHOTANIKARA BHAGVATHI TEMPLE IN KERALA.

Chottanikkara Bhagavathy temple is the most famous temple in kerala. Two main deities are presiding here which can be seen in Melekkavu and Keezkkavu. Rajarajeswari is presiding in Melkkavu. Keezhkkavu bhagavathy is badrakali in ugra form.

Other sub deities are Brahma, Shiva, Ganapathy, Muruga and Ayyappa.

Raja Rajeshwari is worshipped as Saraswathi in the morning, as Lakshmi in the afternoon and as Durga in the evening. Accordingly three different poojas are done during these three times for these three deities. The speciality is idol of the goddess is not fixed to the ground but mounted on sand. Deity is also known as Lakshmi Narayana because Lord Vishnu is seated on the same pedestal.

Large number of devotees comes to Keezhkkavu bhagavathy to get rid of evil spirit. There are several true examples and history that goddess here protects her devotees from all evil spirit and prayogas. Guruthy pooja is special here. It is said that devotees should first visit keezhkkavu and then visit Melakkavu. Lots of devotees comes for Bhajan (41 days Prayer). This temple will be packed with Samis during Sabarimala season, where almost all ayyappa swamis visits this temple.

After the Athazha pooja (main pooja in the evening), the chief priest of the principal deity comes to Kizhukkavu to perform the famous and great pooja “ValiyaGuruthy” (great Sacrifice). The Guruthy is prepared in 12 cauldrons (huge vessel) and is performed at about 8.45 p.m every night

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