Chandi Homam cost – Worship of three goddesses Maha kali, Maha Mahalaxmi and Maha Saraswati. To get rid of Black Magic, Evil eye, self-induced negative energy, and externally imparted negative energy form various sources. All family members perform in the form of Chandi Homam and when we perform for the welfare of the community, it is chandi yazna/yaga. Mahakali creates positive energy within you and in your surroundings, Mahalaxmi wealth and successful profession, and Saraswati for education. So it is a powerful homam for professional success, health, and wealth.
Importance and Significance
It is important to have positive energy within you and in the environment. Chanting of right mantras with fire lab (agni) creates positive energy. Durga saptashati Parayan consists of 700 shlokas. This is mentioned in the Markandeya Purana. Chanting of these mantras, a certain number of times with the right number of learned priests in a combination of dravyas give positive results.
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Chandi Homam types
Nava chandi homam : Saptashati parayan chanted for 9 times
Shata chandi homam : Saptashati parayan chanted for 101 times
Sahasara Chandi homam: Saptashati parayan chanted for 1001 times
Ayuta chandi homam : Saptashati parayan chanted for 10001 times
Prayuta chandi homam: Saptashati parayan chanted for 100001 times
The puja duration would vary from one day to couple of weeks. Hence type of chandi homam is very important to decide the total chandi homam cost.
Chandi Homam Cost
Basic chandi homam cost is INR 18000. Number of mantras, number of priests and quantity of dravya and ingredients of dravya mix decide Chandi homam cost.
Therefore NaviChandi Homam cost starts from Inr 65000 and goes up to few lakhs depending upon the type of the Chandi Homam at Gokarna.
INR 65000- Individual puja cost with 11 priests
Number of days: One
INR 350000-400000 – Individual puja cost with 40-50 priests
Number of Days: 2/3 Days
INR 3500000-4000000- Individual puja cost with 200-300 priests
Number of Days: 4/5 days
INR 15000000-20000000- Individual puja cost with 1000-1200 priests
Number of Days: 7/8 days.
The Source of Energy creation process strengthened.
Success in profession
Removal of Hurdles in the life path
Chandi Homam will enable timely marriage in the family.
Right education and excellence.
Therefore repititation of chandi homam is good for the family and welfare of the community in a specific area.
How to perform chandi homam
Time needed:5 hours and 30 minutes.
Chandi homam has 20 steps. Which are listed below. Total Time for nav chandi homam is 5 hours 30 minutes. It has 3 parts ( charitras ) for Mahaakaali, Mahalakshmi, and Mahaasaraswati. It has 13 chapters, for 13 deities – Mahaakaali, Mahaalakshmi, Sankari, Jayadurga, Mahaasaraswati, Padmaavati, Maatangi, Bhavaani, Ardhaambikaa, Kaameswari, Bhuvaneswari, Agnidurga and Sivaa.
(Taking permission to perform chandi Homam) Pray for Goddess Prithvi and Lord Vinayak who removes obstacles, remember parents, your favorite deity, the rishis of your gotra, all and all your gurus. Wear pavitram (a ring made of darbha or a special ring made of metal) on the right-hand ring finger.
- Aachamanam (Purification with water)
Take a little water from the tumbler into your right hand with a spoon. Drink the water after saying Keshavaya namaha. Take more water with the spoon into your hand, Narayanaya namaha. Take more water and say Madhavaya namaha.
- Vinayak Puja
In order to not have any obstacles in the pooja, we have to pray to Ganesha in the beginning
Take akshatas in the hand and chant the Gayatri mantra and follow the pranayamam procedure. (restraining the life force)
Declare the objective of doing Chandi Homam.
- Kalasa Sthapane
When you are doing the Chandi Homam, you can install a kalasam in the northeastern side of the homa kundam and invoke Varuna in it and do shodasopachaara pooja to Varuna and read Punyaaha Vaachanam (Pavamana Sooktam)
- Agni Pratishthaapana
The process of placing darbha in east, west, north, and south inside the homa kundam. Light the camphor with the help of a lamp and place it n the middle of the homa kundam.
- Dikpaalaka Pooja (worshipping the rulers of directions)
Now, take some akshatas and also some flowers and offer them to the rulers of directions. The sequence is clockwise starting from the eastern edge. (east, southeast, south, southwest, etc) and offer akshatas and flowers in the eight directions. After these offerings are made to Brahma (ruler of the upward direction) in the middle of northeast and east and to Sesha (ruler of the downward direction) in the middle of the southwest and west.
Now hold the wooden spoon/ladle pointing from the northwest towards the southeast and offer a ghee drop in the fire for Prajapati (progenitor of all beings), with the Prajapati mantra.
- Praana Pratishthaapanaa
Now we have to invoke the deity in the idol and the fire. The process is through anganyaasam and karanyaasam.
- Panchopachaara Pooja
Worship with several services to Chandi in the fire and idol. The options are Panchopachaara ( 5 services) or a shodasopachara pooja with 16 services or a chatusshashtyupachara pooja with 64 services.
- Parivaara Devata Aahutis
Aahuti (offering) of ghee can be made for all deities together or individually.
- Pradhaana Homam
Offering of chandi homam dravya made of ingredients of chandi homam purpose only. Now kavacham, argala and keelakam should be read. Now you can read the thirteen chapters of saptashati.
- Punah Pooja
After all the offerings with mantras, we offer quick worship again to Shiva in the fire.
Now, offer one drop of ghee to Prajapati, then the controllers of the three worlds (bhuh – fire god, bhuvah – wind god, who controls space too, suvah – sun god for all the non-material spiritual realms), to Agni who processes the food for gods and makes it consumable, and finally Prajapati again. Read the following and offer a drop of ghee at each “swaahaa”.
- Suddhaanna Bali
Now, we have to offer bali (sacrifice to other associated beings). Get the cooked white rice (or banana slices or some other fruit slices or raisins). Just place a small token amount as bali. You need to place bali in six different places outside the homa kundam. First, place it on the east of the homa kundam. Then on the west, then on the north, then on the south and finally two more
on the east (a little north to the previous bali(s) placed in the east).
Take a little ghee into the ladle and pour it slowly on the burning dry coconut pieces in the homa kundam while reading the third verse from “Rudra Chamakam”.
It is a complete offering. Place the poornaahuti on the wooden ladle, say the mantra, and then place the poornaahuti in fire carefully with hand.
Prepare raksha using dharbas kep outside the kundam at the beginning of the puja and prepare black lash with the help of fire and ghee. The black ash you get is called rakshaa (protection). At the end of the homam, you can apply a little rakshaa to the forehead of the idol and then a little to your own forehead and the foreheads of others. This is believed to protect from evil forces. You can use the rakshaa for future use on important occasions.
The process of transferring energy from kundam to the idol.
Agarbathi, Betel Leaves & Nuts, Coins, cloth, Camphor, Coconuts, Cotton wicks, cups, Deepa Oil, Dried Half Coconut, Flowers, Fruits, Ghee,, Honey, Kumkum, Kanya Pooja cloth, Kalasha, Kundam, Matchbox, Rice, Sandalwood Powder, Sari, Trays, Turmeric powder
Navaratri, the nine days during which the goddess Chandi is worshipped is the most auspicious time to perform Chandika Homam. Besides these, other days favorable for the Homam include Tuesday/ Friday of every week with few limitations.
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