Pratyangira Homam: Cost, Procedure, Benefits, Mantra, and Timings

Pratyangira Homam: Cost, Procedure, Benefits, Mantra, and Timings

Even after killing the demon king, Hiranyakashipu, Lord Narasimha was still furious. It was Sri Maha Prathyangara Devi who calmed him. She is said to have come from Lord Shiva’s third eye and represents the harmony between good and evil in her human and lion forms. The serious, fierce, and strong part of the goddess is Pratyangira, also known as Narasimhika. She is therefore seen to be highly protective and is allowed to participate in pujas to seek healing from bad energies, diseases, suffering, and worries.

Pratyangira Homam Procedure and Benefits

Sri Maha Pratyangira Devi is a divine goddess who is everywhere and unseen and guards all of her devotees and those who come to her for peace. She exists in every being in every aspect of her living life, always at the side of those who put their trust in her.

The holy Puranas state that various ideas exist about her exact origin. The Mother Goddess has 1,008 lion faces, 2,016 hands, and a bloodstained tongue sticking out of Sarabheswarar’s (Lord Shiva’s manifestation) third eye.

Pratyangira energy can be a highly rapid and perhaps violent stream when it manifests. Numerous rishis have described its powerful expression as being half human and half lion. The lion, which has a female body and a male head, symbolizes the union of Shiva and Shakti. She is gigantic in her complete form, with 2016 hands and 1008 heads.

Prathyangara Devi Homam is done to destroy all evil energies, including illness, bad luck, rivalry, obstacles, and the desire to recover power.

The goddess Prathyangara Devi is worshipped for her ability to heal all ailments, guard against serious accidents, and stop any other health problems brought on by poisoning. Worshiping this goddess is also said to aid in clearing all mental hurdles.

Pratyangira Homam Procedure

  • Ganapathi pooja
  • Punyaha Vachanam
  • Maha Sankalpam
  • Kalasha Pooja
  • Navagraha Pooja
  • Pratyangira Homam (which includes1008 Jaap and Tat Dasams Homam)
  • Purnahuti
  • Ashirvachanam
  • Veda Aseervachana
  • Prasada distribution

Red chilies and pepper will be used in this homam to remove negative effects. Performing this Homam on an Amavasya day will yield the best results. This homam can be performed as a single or with a family. Usually, this homam will be performed with another group of devotees. But it can be performed separately for your family as well.

Pratyangira Homam Benefits

  • Initiates Sri Pratyangira Devi’s kindness and blessings.
  • protects the performer and gets rid of bad spirits, witchcraft, and black magic’s effects.
  • cures devotees of illnesses, debt, and sorrows
  • It removes barriers and negative energy and brings in wealth
  • reducing Rahu’s negative effects
  • and defense against long-term illnesses and accidents

Pratyangira Devi Mantra

Om Aim Hreem Shreem Pratyangire Maam Raksha-Raksha

Mama Shatrun Bhanjai-Bhanjai Fe Hum Phat Swaha

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A minimum of 7 days of booking is advisable to make the puja arrangements.

Auspicious Days for Pratyangira Devi Homam

  • Depending on their star and thithi, each person has a different day to perform this homam.
  • Fridays, Tuesdays, Sundays, Ammavasa, and Ashtami Tithi are often regarded as auspicious days for this type of puja.
  • This puja is typically performed at midnight to drive out evil spirits.

Puja articles for Pratyangira Devi Homam

Item ListQuantity required
Turmeric powder25 g
Kumkum25 g
Sandal powder or Paste1 Packet
Dhoop sticks1 Packet
Camphor1 Packet
Betel Leaves and NutsRs. 20
Mango Leaves30
Black Pepper Seeds1 Small Packet
Red Chillies1 Small Packet
Dry Coconut4 Whole or 8 Half Pieces
Ghee2 Kg
Havan Samagri1 Packet
Aluminum Food container, 1 sq ft3
Vastram for Kalasam1
Blouse Piece (Red or Yellow)1
Flowers1 Kg
FruitsFive different varities
Five different varieties2
Garlic`250 g
Ginger RootSmall Quantity
NaivedyamFive different varities
Wood Sticks1 Packet
Sand1 Small Bag
puja articles