Havan or Yagya-Vedic Fire Ceremony of Sending The Prayers and Wishes to God

(Last Updated On: June 10, 2017)

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Havan is the Vedic ritual of sending the prayers to God. scientifically Havan and Yagya are the message carriers. How havan and Yagya are message carrier?

 

Why Hindu culture is mostly dependent on the Vedic Havan and Yagya for bringing rainfall,removing the negative powers,for enriching the prosperity and happiness in the family,for destroying the ghost and its various activities from the ghost affected places,for birth of bright baby, for leading and continuing the work and any new project without obstacles,etc.?

Vedic culture and society have solution of all the problems of life whether it is physical, mental, financial, psychological, and social.

India is the country where people have more faith and trust in the religion and it’s all practices and activities. Similarly in Hindu culture Hindus most likely to organize the Yagya and Havan for the completion of their ideas and works. Why Havan and Yagya are so important for the Hindus and what type of ideologies are related to the history of this havan and Yagya?  

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INTRODUCTION:

HAVAN AND YAGYA are the ritual of purposing and urging the god by burning fire and adding herbs and shrubs in it. Havan and Yagya are the 2 different way of performing the same practice of purposing god. In Havan and in Yagya there is one ‘‘YAJMAAN”(Person who wants to complete his purpose ) and ”BRAHMAN”(Person who guides the Yajmaan and do Vedic chants during Havan and Yagya).

Yajmaan follows the directions of Brahman during Havan and Yagya.Havan and Yagya are basically performed for fulfilling the wishes and needs by making God happy. There are different gods in Hindu culture, who invited during the havan for making it successful.

The way of inviting the different gods is the Vedic words chanting which is known as ”SWASTI VACHAN”. In swastika Vachan, we invite the all 33 crores, gods of Hindu religion, to make the havan and Yagya successful.

Hindus do the havan and Yagya for various purposes that are why they especially invite and appeal one God most to fulfill their purpose for e.g Havan and Yagya for god INDRA for bringing the rainfall in region,havan and Yagya for God SUN for healthy and bright future baby,havan and Yagya for Lord VISHNU and Lord SHIVA for family peace and prosperity,havan and Yagya for Goddess Laxmi for removing the financial crisis,and the most havan and Yagya for different planets like SHANI, RAHU, KETU, to make them happy for vanishing the obstacles and problems in life etc.

There are so many gods which are appealed to fulfill the human or Yajmaan purposes by Brahman.

There are so many gods which are appealed to fulfill the human or Yajmaan purposes by Brahman.

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WAY OF PERFORMING THE  HAVAN

Although a flammable fire is the central element of every havan ritual, the procedure and items offered to the fire vary by what occasions the ceremony, or by the benefit expected from the ritual. Procedures invariably include the following:-

  • the kindling and ignition of the sacrificial fire.
  • the invocation of one or more divinities.
  • the making of offerings (whether real or visualized) to them with the fire as via media, amid the recitation of prescribed prayers and mantras.

The burning fire forms the focus of devotions; it is often maintained on specific types of dung, wood, dried coconut (copra) and/or other combustibles. The fire-altar (vedi or homa/havan Kunda) is generally made of brick or stone or a copper vessel and is almost always built specifically for the occasion, being dismantled immediately afterward.

This fire-altar is invariably built in a square shape. While very large vedis are occasionally built for major public havans.

Again, where it include a hollowing of the earth to create a relatively deep pit, usual altars involve no such excavation and indeed rise only inches above the ground.

In all events, Again, whereas major altars at public events may include a hollowing of the earth to create a relatively deep pit, usual altars involve no such excavation and indeed rise only inches above the ground.

In all events, the arrangement is centered in the middle of a space, which may be either outdoors or indoors. The principal people performing the ceremony and the priests who instruct them through the rituals seat themselves around the altar, while family, friends and other devotees from a larger ring around that center.

The length and procedure of a HAVAN  depends on the purpose to which it is performed; many different types of HAVAN exist

IMPORTANCE OF HAVAN AND YAGYA 

1.Havan and Yagya are the sources of not only sending the prayers to God but it’s also practice of controlling the global warming which is the major issue of ongoing generations and world.

2.Scientifically when you use perfume and when your mother cooks food, then the taste of perfume and food reaches the entire family members one by one and after that to the nearby window of your neighbor. and your neighbor asked you somewhat special are you cooking today :).  

Same way the diffusion of Havan exhaust which is pure and healthy for human health as well as nature health reaches the god after crossing all spheres of earth day by day.

That’s why in ancient times we got rainfall at the time, there was no much temperature, and people are more healthy due to regular more havans and yagya.  

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