Sri Subramanya Abhishekam
Muruga is the divine warrior and son of Shiva and Parvati. He is a unique God and can help you eliminate obstacles and fulfill your desires. He is a very popular God in South India who is sought after for his blessings to destroy evil forces, resolve real estate problems, confer good health, and overcome debts. He is also called Skanda, Karthikeya, Saravana, Subrahmanya. As per Vedic Astrology, Muruga is the overlord of the planet Mars. This fiery planet can cause much disruption to life, and hence propitiating Muruga, can help minimize the adverse effects of Mars.
Performing Abhishekam invokes Subramanya’s blessings to wash away impurities and problems due to bad karma and attain wealth and prosperity. Improved intellect, promotes good health and overall wellbeing. Remove any fertility-related problems, can help ease your mind of stress and balance your emotions. It can wipe out all sorrow and fears and help you face life boldly.
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Special Instructions for Sponsorship Orders
Before each homam or puja is performed,, a “sankalpa” is recited in Sanskrit, a divinely powerful language. Sankalpa is a special process involving Vedic incantations that energetically connect you and your family directly to any ritual. When names are included in a sankalpa, we become spiritually connected to the power of the divine ceremony and receive its full benefits immediately, just as if we were physically present.
In the section before below, please enter the name of the primary person for whom the festival is being sponsored. This name will be recited during the sankalpa. Please list up to THREE additional names and nakshatras only. It is not necessary to list all family members’ names, as they will automatically receive blessings through the primary sponsor. Use ‘Saha Kutumbasya’ if you have more than three sankalpa names.
If you know the primary sponsor’s nakshatra (Vedic birthstar), you may enter it below. If you don’t know the gotra or nakshatra, it’s fine to leave this blank.
You will not receive prasadam for this puja.