Rameshwaram Thila Homam: Cost, Benefits, and Procedure

Rameshwaram Thila Homam: Cost, Benefits, and Procedure

The story of the beautiful Rameshwaram Temple goes back to the time of Tretayuga. There is a feeling of godliness and holiness in this holy place in Tamil Nadu. The Ramanathaswamy Temple, which is also called the Rameshwaram Temple, is the most famous place on the cute little Rameswaram Island. People think that Lord Rama meditated here to make up for killing Lord Ravana. People believe that killing Ravana, who was a Brahmin, was one of the worst things that could be done. As the Lord was going back to Ayodhya from Sri Lanka, he chose to ask Shiva, the Lord of Lords, to forgive him. There was no figure or idol of Lord Shiva in Rameshwaram, so he asked the noble Lord Hanuman to bring the holy statue from the Himalayas.

Because Hanuman was taking too long to come back, Lady Sita built the holy shrine of Shiva out of sand from the shore. After that, when Hanuman Ji came back from the Himalayas with the Shiva Lingam, it was also put in place near the shrine. So, the holy temple has two lingams: the Ramalingam, which was built by Lady Sita, and the Vishwalingam, which Lord Hanuman brought from the Great Kailash.

Rameshwaram Thila Homam

Thila Homam is performed for those who is suffering from pitru dosha or pitru shaap. Pitru dosha is advisable if there is any unnatural death in the family. If you have Pitru Dosha in your horoscope, you should mostly do Thila homam as a cure.

When Thila Homam is performed, to appease Pitrus, they bless the entire family and grandkids. According to the Shastra, this dosha will affect the entire family, even if one person has dosha.

Thila homam is meant to pacify the souls of people who have died in strange ways. It is said that the departed souls will be relieved of pain and can rest in peace.

  • Sankalpa
  • Punyahavachana
  • Ganesh puja
  • Kalasa Sthapana
  • Lord Surya will be invoked during the Kalasa Pooja
  • Gayathri Pooja
  • Pitru Dosha Parihara Pooja
  • Kalasha, phala and Ajya Daanams
  • Yama raja Pooja
  • Thila homam
  • Purnahuthi
  • Veda Aseervachana
  • Pinda pradanam
  • Brahmana Bhojana

When should I perform Thila Homam?

  • People who have Pitru Dosha.
  • People whose relatives or other family members died in strange ways.
  • People whose child or unmarried girl or boy dies suddenly or in a way that isn’t natural, like an accident, by drowning, by fire, by the poisonous bite of a deadly animal, by suicide, by being hit by a stone, by being stabbed, by being attacked, by being strangled, by being killed, by giving birth, by going crazy, or by leaving home because they are crazy (in this case, we don’t know if they are alive or dead).
  • People who don’t regularly do Pitru (ancestral) practices, Srarddha, or Tarpana.
  • People who are having problems with their marriage, job, childbirth, money, fights, court cases, or other things.
  • People who are having supernatural, bad, or evil things happen to them.

Benefits of Thila Homam in Rameshwaram

  • This homam pacifies unsatisfied souls
  • Removes Pitru dosha
  • Removes dosha related to pregnancy delay
  • Removes dosha related to marriage delay.
  • This homam helps in recovering from financial debts.
  • Peace in the family.
  • Bless you with good health.
  • Mental peace.
  • Family wellbeing.
  • Removes negative energy.

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

Auspicious days for Thila Homam

MonthThila Homam Puja Dates
Jan 20244 Jan, 8Jan, 13Jan, 18Jan, 21Jan, 23Jan, 25Jan, and 31Jan
Feb 20241 Feb, 4Feb, 6Feb, 15Feb, 18Feb, 22Feb, and 27Feb
Mar 20241Mar, 3Mar, 6Mar, 8Mar, 13Mar, 16Mar, 20Mar, 26Mar and 30Mar
Apr 20242Apr, 4Apr, 9Apr, 12Apr, 16Apr, 20Apr, 22Apr, 26Apr, 29Apr
May 20241 May, 7May, 10May, 14May, 17May, 19May May, 24 May, 27 May, 29 May
Jun 20243Jun, 6Jun, 10Jun, 13Jun, 16Jun, 20Jun, 23Jun, 25Jun, 30Jun
Jul 20243Jul, 7Jul, 11Jul, 14Jul, 17Jul, 20Jul, 22Jul, 28Jul, 31Jul
Aug 20243 Aug, 10Aug, 13Aug, 15Aug, 20Aug, 23Aug, 30Aug
Sep 202412 Sep, 18Sep, 21Sep, 24Sep, 28Sep, 30Sep
Oct 20243 Oct, 7Oct, 9Oct, 14Oct, 17Oct, 21Oct, 24Oct, 29Oct
Nov 20243 Nov, 7Nov, 9Nov, 14Nov, 17Nov, 21Nov, 29Nov
Dec 20241Dec, 4Dec, 6Dec, 12Dec, 18Dec, 21Dec, 26Dec and 31Dec
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