Holi Yagya Pujan is a ritual where a person can get rid of all the negative impacts of Tantra or Black Magic. Holi is a spring festival of colors and love. Holi signifies the victory of good over evil and is celebrated as a day of spreading happiness and love.
Holi is not only the festival of colors but it is also significant from the aspects of Tantra and the mantras to attain the siddhi and divine grace of God.
Holi is the day when one can energize his astral field with mantras to attune oneself with the higher frequencies of the Deities.
According to ancient scriptures, there are many rituals and sadhana that one can perform to attract a brighter future and prosperous life.
One such ritual is a Holi Yagya Pujan by a competent Guru. The Holi Puja is performed only in an auspicious time by Guruji.
The Holi Yagya Puja would involve chanting of powerful mantras, stotras, and tantrokt puja.
The ritual invokes the Gods & Goddesses and provides blessings to the sponsor or object of the ritual. The ritual helps you to remove the black magic and evil energies from the life of the sponsor.
Main benefits of Holi Yagya Pujan
- Specialized Blessings from Lord Narasimha.
- Get Rid of the difficulties caused by enemies.
- To remove the malefic effects of planets or grahas.
- To appease the Lord Narasimha for boons.
- To attain the siddhis in the Narasimha mantra sadhana and Holi Sadhana.
- Get Rid of Black Magic.
- Get Rid of fears.
- To Excel in Business & to get promotion in Job.
- To Activate the latent occult powers in You.
Procedure to Join the Holi Yagya Pujan
You can join the Holi Yagya Puja and can send your ‘Sankalp’ with your name and father’s name plus location.
The duration of the Ritual will be 1-2 hours. A brief audio recording of samputith Vishesh Mantras & Ashirvaad by Guruji will be sent to you.
Common Steps to be Followed in the Holi Yagya Pujan
- Ganesh Puja, Kalash Staphan and Navagraha Puja.
- Pronouncing the Sankalp of the Sponsors of the Ritual.
- Narasimha Viniyoga & Angnyasa.
- Invoking the Gods & Goddesses.
- Chanting of Narasimha Stotras & Mantras