Dhanvantri Puja & Yagna

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Lord Dhanvantari the father of Ayurveda appeared on the day of Dhanteras only carrying a pot of amrit (nectar) in his hand. He was the doctor of gods in all the three worlds and is also known as the manifestation of Lord Vishnu.

He first appeared during the great churning of the cosmic milk ocean to deliver amrta (nectar) for the nourishment of the demigods. The churning of the milk ocean is one of the most famous episodes in Puranic history and is celebrated in major way every twelve years in the festival known as Kumbha Mela. The story is related in the Srimad Bhagavatam, a major work that describes the avataras in great detail.

Here is what happened: The great leader of the demigods Indra was riding on his elephant, when he came across Durvasa Muni. Seeing the great demigod, Durvasa offered him a special garland (mala). Indra accepted this garland and put it on the trunk of the elephant. The elephant threw the garland onto the floor, thus enraging Durvasa Muni. In a fit of anger, the sage explained that the garland was the dwelling of Sri (fortune) and was therefore to be treated as prasada. Therefore cursed Indra and all the demigods to be bereft of all strength, energy, and fortune (Sri).

In the ensuing battles, the demigods were defeated in battle and the demons headed by Bali gained control of the universe. The demigods sought out the help of Lord Vishnu, who instructed them in the art of diplomacy. The demigods then entered into an alliance with the demons to jointly churn the ocean for the nectar of immortality and to share it among them. Of course, the demigods were told by Vishnu that He would arrange for them alone to obtain the nectar, which would empower them to defeat the demons.

All kinds of herbs were cast into the milk ocean and using Mandara mountain as the churning rod and Vasuki as the cord, they proceeded to churn the ocean. This churning was so arduous that Lord Vishnu Himself interceded in so many ways to aid the demigods: He was present as Lord Ajita pulling on the side of the gods, as Lord Kurma who supported the great Mandara mountain which was in danger of sinking, and Lord Vishnu Himself sat atop the Mountain infusing the demigods and the serpent Vasuki with energy. Many great beings and objects were produced from the ocean and were accepted by various demigods as offerings. Laksmi-devi, the goddess of fortune, appeared from the ocean and Vishnu and Her were reunited as husband and wife after having been separated for many ages.

Then as they continued churning, a very wonderful male person appeared. The Bhagavatam tells us, "He was strongly built; His arms were very long, stout and strong; His eyes were reddish, and His complexion was black. He was very young, He was garlanded with flowers, and His entire body was fully decorated with various ornaments."

Lord Dhanvantari was "dressed in yellow garments and wore brightly polished earrings made of pearl. The tips of His hair were anointed with oil and His chest was very broad. His body had all good features, and He was stout and strong as a lion. In His hand, He carried a jug of nectar."

The demons stole the jug of nectar and Lord Vishnu appeared as Mohini, a beautiful woman, who fascinated the demons and recovered the nectar from them. The demigods took the nectar and drank it and were invigorated with energy. Thereafter, the demigods fought the demons and were victorious. They greatly rejoiced and worshipped Lord Vishnu and Lakshmi, the goddess of fortune, and resumed their position in the heavens.

Benefits of Dhanvantri Puja & Yagna:
* To manifest desires asp, related to wealth, fortune and success.
* To gain blessings of Lord Vishnu (who is Laxmipati consort of Goddess Laxmi)
* Bestows strength, energy and longevity.
* To get rid off diseases and for mental stability.

Duration: 6 hours
Number of priests: 3

Puja Procedure: Swasti Vachan, Shanti Path, Sankalp, Ganesh Sthapan, Gauri Sthapan, Lakshmi Sthapan, Varun Kalash, Punyaha Vachan, Navgraha Sthapan, Brahma Sthapan, Agni Sthapan, Invocation of all Gods and Goddesses, Navgrah Mantra Japa ( 1 mala for each planet ), Kalash Sthapana, Dhanvantri idol worship, Dhanvantri yantra pujan, Kanakdhara stotra - 100 recitations, Purusha suktam - 108 recitations, Sri Sukt - 108 recitations, Yagna.

Puja Schedule: The specific Date and Timings of Dhanvantri Puja & Yagna will be educated to you through an email. You will be provided with the contact no. of the priest, to call during the Sankalpa/Puja.

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Date of Birth
Place of Birth
Time of Birth
Your wish (Sankalpa) from this Puja

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Things in the Puja Prasadam: The "Prasadam" of this Puja is shipped via courier. This Prasadam includes Dhanvantri yantra, Rudraksha and Red string (Mauli).

Donate the Prasadam: In this option, the Puja Prasadam will be Donated to a Brahmin at our end (here itself). You can virtually see the Prasadam in the Video and offer your prayers to it. Hence, the Shipping Charges will get refunded if been charge for this Puja.

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Short DescriptionBenefits of Dhanvantri Puja & Yagna:
* To manifest desires asp, related to wealth, fortune and success.
* To gain blessings of Lord Vishnu (who is Laxmipati consort of Goddess Laxmi)
* Bestows strength, energy and longevity.
* To get rid off diseases and for mental stability.

Lord Dhanvantari the father of Ayurveda appeared on the day of Dhanteras only carrying a pot of amrit (nectar) in his hand. He was the doctor of gods in all the three worlds and is also known as the manifestation of Lord Vishnu.

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