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Ganapathy Homam and its benefits

March 23, 2015

Sri Ganapathy Homam is said to be the greatest and chief amongst all of the other Homams. Generally, this Ganapathy homam is done as the startup of all the other homams. For instance, if Navagraha homam or any other homam is done for the betterment of life or to solve any other purpose, we should perform “Ganapathy Homam” first and then followed by other homams. This great Sri Ganapathy Homam can be done for all-purpose and our first offer or dedication should be for him only. And the reason for doing this homam is that all the other following things should be completed without any distraction and any obstacle in between.

Ganapathy homam hould be performed before performing Maha Mrithunja homam, Sri Sudharsana homam, Sri Gayathri homam etc.
This Ganapathy homam should be performed early in the morning. But in some unavoidable situation, this homam can also be performed after the sunrise.

Sri Ganapathy Before constructing a house or any new start-up of new actions, we fix up Sri Ganapathy using turmeric powder or cow dung. This is generally done because the work needs to go on smoothly without any interruption. And even farmers, before cultivation, they also do the same and start cultivating so that the yield is good. Likewise, before starting up any business / after going into a new built–in house etc, perform this great Sri Ganapathy homam and get the complete blessings of Sri Ganapathy and lead a joyful and healthy life.

Performing Ganapathy Homam once every year will give :

  •     Prosperity in life.
  •     Health – Win over any kind of disease.
  •     Wealth – Get all sorts of wealth you expect for.
  •     Family bondage.
  •     Win over enemies.
  •     Attaining our objective or aim, without any hindrance.

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