AstroVed Temple Services for Hayagriva

AstroVed Temple Services for Hayagriva

Hayagriva

The name Hayagriva consists of two words. ‘Haya’ meaning ‘horse’ and ‘Griva’ meaning ‘neck.’ This is the horse- necked avatar (incarnation) of Vishnu. Hayagriva is a lesser-known incarnation, but none the less, he is an important deity in the Vaishnava tradition and is worshipped as the bestower of knowledge and wisdom and the Guru of Goddess Saraswati.

The Hayagriva incarnation of Vishnu appears in sacred texts such like Mahabharata, Bhagavata Purana, Matsya Purana, Skanda Purana, and Devi Bhagavata. Brahma sought Vishnu’s help to retrieve the Vedas which were captured by two demons. Vishnu took this form to kill the two demons and return the Vedas to Brahma.

Hayagriva is depicted with a human body and a horse’s head, brilliant white, with white garments and seated on a white lotus. In his four hands, he holds the sacred disc of Vishnu, holy conch, a book, and the Jnana Mudra (gesture of knowledge).

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Hayagriva Pooja

According to the scriptures, performing a Pooja to Hayagriva can grant you the following blessings:
  • Bestows intelligence and improves intellect
  • Improves memory power, concentration, and focus
  • Success in exams and chosen career
  • Excellence in academics

Water Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Hayagriva

Water is the most common item used in the Abishekam. It is easily available, and when it is poured on a deity, it is a good transmitter of Divine vibrations. Performing this Abishekam to Hayagriva can bestow his blessing to illuminate the mind, increase the ability to learn and retain knowledge, and help you excel in your chosen field.

Milk Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Hayagriva

Milk is used as an ingredient to invoke blessings of good health and long life. Performing Milk Abishekam to Hayagriva can gain his grace for a long, purpose-filled life free of afflictions and impediments to progress.

Honey Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Hayagriva

Honey is a sweet nectar that is well known for its medicinal properties. Performing Honey Abishekam to Hayagriva can invoke his blessings to remove struggles and strife, and provide overall wellbeing.

Tender Coconut Water Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Hayagriva

As per traditional belief, Tender Coconut Water Abishekam is believed to bestow happiness and the family's overall welfare. Propitiating Hayagriva with Coconut Water can gain his immense blessings of spiritual cleansing and growth.

Curd Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Hayagriva

According to sacred texts, Curd has been used as an ingredient for Abishekam to help clear obstacles and promote good health. Performing Curd Abishekam to Hayagriva can help gain his blessing for good and obedient children, excellence in education and children's overall wellbeing.

Rose Water Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Hayagriva

Rose Water Abishekam can bestow blessings of positivity and prosperity. Performing Rose Water Abishekam to Hayagriva can help you eliminate negative character traits, calm your mind, balance emotions, make good decisions, and improve your concentration.

Turmeric Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Hayagriva

Turmeric is an important ingredient used for healing and promoting good health. Performing this Abishekam can invoke the blessings of Hayagriva for auspiciousness and recovery from ailments.

Sandal Paste Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Hayagriva

This fragrant and expensive ingredient is widely used for its curative properties. Performing this Abishekam to Hayagriva can bestow his blessings for good luck and sound health.

Hayagriva Homa (Fire Lab for Success in Education and Career)

Hayagriva is an incarnation of Vishnu, the Supreme Protector and Preserver of the universe. Revered as the God of knowledge, wisdom, and memory power, Vishnu assumed this form of a horse’s head and the body of a human. Performing Hayagriva homa can remove delays, bestow knowledge, intellect, memory power, and the ability to understand complexities.

Frequency of the Homa

1 Individual Homa:

Hayagriva is an incarnation of Vishnu, the Supreme Protector and Preserver of the universe. Revered as the God of knowledge, wisdom, and memory power, Vishnu assumed this form of a horse’s head and the body of a human. Performing Hayagriva homa can remove delays, bestow knowledge, intellect, memory power, and the ability to understand complexities.

3 months:

Hayagriva Homa will be performed once every month for 3 months. Hayagriva is revered as the archetype of knowledge, wisdom, and memory power. Performing Hayagriva homa can remove delays, bestow knowledge, intellect, memory power, and the ability to understand complexities.

6 months:

Hayagriva Homa will be performed once every month for 6 months. Hayagriva is revered as the archetype of knowledge, wisdom, and memory power. Performing Hayagriva homa can remove delays, bestow knowledge, intellect, memory power, and the ability to understand complexities.

12 months:

Hayagriva Homa will be performed once every month for 12 months. Hayagriva is revered as the archetype of knowledge, wisdom, and memory power. Performing Hayagriva homa can remove delays, bestow knowledge, intellect, memory power, and the ability to understand complexities.

Hayagriva Homa (Fire Lab for Success in Education and Career)

Introduction to Hayagriva Homa

Hayagriva is a divine representation of Vishnu and embodies knowledge and wisdom. ‘Haya’ means horse, and ‘Griva’ means neck. He represents the mastery of knowledge over darkness and ignorance. He is revered as the ‘Guru’ (teacher) of Goddess Saraswati. According to scriptures, performing the Hayagriva Homa can enhance confidence, bestow knowledge and wisdom, alleviate mental stress, and enable success in legal disputes. It is believed to enhance understanding, focus, improve memory power and enable success in endeavors.

Unique Traits of Hayagriva

A divine incarnation of Vishnu, Hayagriva is depicted with a horse’s head and a human body. Propitiated as the God of knowledge and wisdom, he is endowed with a brilliant white complexion, adorned in white garments, and seated on a white lotus. He is depicted with four hands, one in a Mudra (posture) bestowing knowledge, another holding a book, a third holding a conch, and the fourth holding a discus. According to Vedic scriptures, Vishnu incarnated as Hayagriva and rescued the Vedas from the Asura duo, Madhu-Kaitabha, who stole it from Brahma, the Creator.

Description of Hayagriva Homa

The Hayagriva Homa invokes the divine blessings of Hayagriva, who obliterates darkness and ignorance. As per traditional belief, the homa enables learning and aids memory skills for students and helps professionals enhance their careers. Those facing problems in business, real estate, and litigation can also perform this sacred homa. Chanting the Hayagriva Moola Mantra (Seed Sound) while performing the Hayagriva Homa can enhance knowledge, intellect, and analytical skills. Performing this homa on Poornima, Ekadasi, and Dwadasi (Full Moon, 11th Moon, and 12th Moon Phases) are considered very auspicious.

Benefits of Hayagriva Homa

As per sacred texts, performing the Hayagriva Homa can bestow numerous benefits.

  • Improve self-confidence
  • Enhance knowledge and analytical skills
  • Improve memory power and concentration
  • Overcome mental stress
  • Enable success in litigation, business, and real estate problems
  • Bestow success in examinations and careers

What Will I Receive?

You will receive sacred grey ash from the homa. It can be kept at your prayer altar and duly applied on your forehead whenever you seek the divine blessings of the deity.