AstroVed Temple Services for Kubera

AstroVed Temple Services for Kubera

Kubera

Kubera is a Yaksha. Yakshas are the guardians of wealth and Lord Kubera is their king, who is in charge of wealth. He is an important Demi-God and is considered a good friend of Shiva and also loaned money to Vishnu (Venketeswara) for his wedding. While Goddess Lakshmi remains as the Goddess of wealth, Kubera is believed to be its custodian who distributes it among people. Kubera is also the guardian of the Northern direction, who presides over his kingdom Alakapuri. He is the son of Vaisravana and is also believed to be Brahma’s grandson, originated through his mind. Kubera is depicted as a pot-bellied dwarf with one eye, eight teeth, and three legs. He is fully adorned with jewelry, carries a bag of gold coins and a bowl of pomegranate.

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Kubera Pooja

Performing a Pooja to invoke Kubera, the banker of Heaven, help you create, sustain, and enjoy material and spiritual gains. Those who worship him with devotion can experience his blessings of financial growth and fortune, the ability to overcome financial hardships and use money wisely, enjoy immense wealth, and lead a prosperous life.

Water Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Kubera

Water symbolizes purity and helps wash away impurities. It can absorb the vibrations of the energized idol when used in Abishekam rituals. Likewise, Water Abishekam to Kubera can help remove obstacles to progress and purify the mind, body, and soul.

Milk Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Kubera

Milk is the second most important ingredient used in Abishekam. Each ingredient has its unique quality or ability, heightened when it comes to contact with the energized deity. Milk is believed to be a nourishing ingredient, pure and satvik. Performing Milk Abishekam to Kubera can gain his blessings for a prosperous, healthy life.

Honey Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Kubera

Honey is nature’s natural nectar known for its therapeutic value and has been widely used in traditional medicine. Performing Honey Abishekam to Kubera can help remove financial burdens, tide over monetary problems, and rejuvenate the mind and body.

Tender Coconut Water Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Kubera

As per traditional belief, Tender Coconut Water is known to have a healing effect. This Abishekam performed to Kubera can help remove impediments to progress, fulfill your desires, and bestow happiness.

Curd Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Kubera

According to sacred texts, Curd has been used as an ingredient for Abishekam to help clear obstacles and restore health. Performing this Abishekam to Kubera can provide blessings for good children and ensure overall wellbeing.

Rose Water Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Kubera

Rose Water Abishekam can bestow blessings of prosperity and fortune. Performing rose water Abishekam to Kubera can help you attract wealth and financial freedom. It can also calm your mind, balance emotions, and provide relationship blessings.

Turmeric Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Kubera

Turmeric represents auspiciousness, which is also synonymous with Goddess Lakshmi. Per traditional belief, performing this Abishekam to Kubera can gain his blessings for good health, remove ailments, bestow good luck and harmonious relationships, and attract abundance and new opportunities.

Sandal Paste Abishekam (Hydration Ceremony) to Kubera

As per traditional belief, Sandal paste is believed to help attain a higher consciousness level. Performing this Abishekam to Kubera can help you gain his favor and enhance your spiritual connection with the Divine.

Kubera Homa (Fire Lab to Protect and Improve Financial Wealth)

Kubera is called the ‘Guardian of Wealth.’ He is also the king of the Yakshas (semi-divine spirits). He represents wealth, glory, and prosperity. As per traditional belief, performing the Kubera Homa can turn around one’s financial fortune, remove blockages towards acquiring monetary growth, resolve financial debts, stabilize the financial situation, and enhance wealth.

Frequency of the Homa

1 Individual Homa:

Kubera is called the ‘Guardian of Wealth.’ He is also the king of the Yakshas (semi-divine spirits). He represents wealth, glory, and prosperity. As per traditional belief, performing the Kubera Homa can turn around one’s financial fortune, remove blockages towards acquiring monetary growth, resolve financial debts, stabilize the financial situation, and enhance wealth.

3 months:

Kubera homa will be performed once every month for 3 months. As per traditional belief, performing the Kubera Homa can turn around one’s financial fortune, remove blockages towards acquiring monetary growth, resolve financial debts, stabilize the financial situation, and enhance wealth.

6 months:

Kubera homa will be performed once every month for 6 months. As per traditional belief, performing the Kubera Homa can turn around one’s financial fortune, remove blockages towards acquiring monetary growth, resolve financial debts, stabilize the financial situation, and enhance wealth.

12 months:

Kubera homa will be performed once every month for 12 months. As per traditional belief, performing the Kubera Homa can turn around one’s financial fortune, remove blockages towards acquiring monetary growth, resolve financial debts, stabilize the financial situation, and enhance wealth.

Kubera Homa (Fire Lab to Protect and Improve Financial Wealth)

Introduction to Kubera Homa

Kubera is widely revered as the Divine Treasurer of the Gods. The son of Sage Vrishava and Illavida, he is celebrated as the deity of wealth and prosperity. He propitiated Shiva on the banks of the river Narmada and was rewarded by him. Kubera became the Dikpala (guardian) of the North, one of the eight directional deities that guard the universe. Shiva blessed him to be the God of wealth and material comforts. As per sacred texts, performing the Kubera Homa can alleviate poverty, remove hurdles obstructing growth and success, resolve debt, and enhance wealth and prosperity.

Unique Traits of Kubera

Kubera, also known as the ‘divine banker,’ safeguards the wealth of the universe. In Sanskrit, Kubera means ‘deformed.’ He is depicted with a short body and has a complexion akin to lotus leaves. He has three legs, eight teeth, and his left eye is yellow. He is endowed with a pot of gold coins. He is adorned with jewelry. He acquired the status of a demi-god in the Puranas and other Vedic texts. Sharad Poornima marks the birthday of Kubera. Dhanteras or Dhantrayodashi is the most important festival dedicated to Kubera.

Description of Kubera Homa

Kubera is widely revered as the God of wealth and propitiated along with Goddess Lakshmi, the symbol of wealth and prosperity. He maintains and guards all the treasures of the universe. As per scriptures, performing this homa can enrich one’s life and can help overcome financial distress, reduce poverty, remove hurdles from the path of acquiring growth, stabilize wealth, and bestow prosperity. Trayodasi and Poornima Thithis (13th Moon and Full Moon Phases) are believed to be the most auspicious days to perform the Kubera Homa to invoke his divine blessings.

Benefits of Kubera Homa

As per sacred texts, performing the Kubera Homa can bestow the following blessings:

  • Remove hurdles from the path of growth and progress
  • Turn around fiscal fortunes
  • Reduce poverty and resolve financial distress
  • Stabilize and safeguard wealth
  • Enhance inflow of wealth and profits
  • Bestow wealth, prosperity, and fulfillment

What Will I Receive?

You will receive sacred grey ash powder from the homa. You can keep it at the prayer altar and duly apply it on your forehead whenever you seek the blessings of the deity.

Note: The shipment of the Prasad for Poojas/Abishekam starts only after the completion of the service.