Royalty Rituals on Akshaya Tritiya For Ever-Increasing WealthApril 2, 2018
Induct Royalty and high status into your mind and soul through royalty rituals on Akshaya Tritiya, a 24-hour power time when the world is filled with a powerful energy to support material abundance and royalty consciousness. AstroVed will be performing Royalty Rituals, according to ancient traditional practice, for sacred animals at a 2500-year-old Powerspot that vibrates with the energy and blessings of ever-increasing wealth.
Learn about the significance and benefits of performing Royalty Rituals to these divine animals – Cow (Gho), Horse (Ashwa) and Elephant (Gaja) on the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya.
According to Bhagavata Purana, during the churning of Milky Ocean known as Kshirasāgara manthana in Sanskrit, three supernatural divine animals (wish fulfilling cow, white elephant and white horse) appeared from the ocean.
tām agni-hotrīm ṛṣayo
medhyāya haviṣe nṛpa
The above verses signify that a divine cow named Kamdhenu or Surabhi which produces the yogurt, milk and ghee to be offered in the sacred fire ritual and fulfils the desires.
tata airāvato nāma
dantaiś caturbhiḥ śvetādrer
haran bhagavato mahim
The above verses signify that the King of Elephants named Airavata which was white in color with four tusks and was as majestic as mount Kailash, the abode of Shiva.
tata uccaiḥśravā nāma
hayo ’bhūc candra-pāṇḍuraḥ
tasmin baliḥ spṛhāṁ cakre
The above verses signify that a white horse, which is as white as the Moon named Uccaiḥśravā, came out. The great King Bali acquired it.
Establish Royalty and High Status Through Heavenly Secrets On Akshaya Tritiya
Gaja (elephant), Ashwa (horse), and Gho (cow) are honored for their sacred powers. These are not just beloved animals, but are very powerful symbols of royalty, power, magnanimity, energy, love and abundance.
Gaja (Elephant) Pooja – Jupiter is associated with this magnificent animal. The elephant is a symbol of respect, honor, knowledge, magnanimity and power. First, the elephant is bathed, dressed, decorated, and offered light, incense, flowers, and food while Vedic priests chant the appropriate mantras. This invokes the blessings of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed God who can remove your obstacles
Gho (Cow) Pooja – The Moon and Venus are associated with this divine animal. The cow is the symbol of love, unlimited giving, wealth and fortune. First, the cow and her calf are bathed, dressed, decorated, and fed. Then the Pooja is performed by offering light, incense and flowers to the cows, which are considered the representation of Kamadhenu, the wish-fulfilling divine cow
Ashwa (Horse) Pooja – The Sun is associated with this athletic animal. The horse is a symbol of royalty, prosperity, wealth and strength. The horse is first bathed, decorated, dressed, and Horse gram is offered to the horses. After taking care of the horses’ needs, the Pooja is performed by chanting Vedic mantras to the Horses which are considered the vehicle of the King of planets, the Sun