Rudra Puja is an ancient practice followed in India since time immemorial. ‘Rudra’ means ‘Shiva - the Benevolent', ' the Destroyer of Evil'. 'Puja' means that which is born out of fullness. Through this Puja one can aim for inner peace and fulfillment. In this Puja, Lord Shiva is worshipped in his Rudra form.
It is hailed by all Vedic scriptures as one of the greatest Pujas to remove all evils, to attain all desires and for all-round prosperity.Scriptures on Astrology prescribe this emphatically as a remedy for several planetary doshas.
By performing this Puja, a person is blessed with good Health, Wealth and Happiness. He gets total security against all kinds of Evil effects and Enemies. His relations with all those who are near and dear to him gets improved and additionally he also gets a peace of mind and observes improvement at a spiritual level.
Lord Shiva is the third deity in the Hindu trilogy, in coordination with the other two Lords, Lord Brahma and Vishnu respectively. He is the eradicator of all evil, and the one who bestows the greatest blessings when impressed. The month of Shravan is dedicated to Lord Shiva and by performing this Puja and Homam during this pious period, the performer gets benefited in manifold.
What are the benefits of Rudra Puja & Who Should Perform this puja?
A person who wants immediate relief from health problem,those who are childless or those facing problems in getting married or those facing financial crisis or if those having some wish to be fulfilled within a short span of time can perform this puja. Also, it is good to perform this puja on auspicious days like birthdays and marriage anniversaries because this puja acts as a shield of protection throughout the year from all sought of negativities.
· Relief from unnecessary problems
· Protection from external forces
· Resolve relationship issues
· Create cordial atmospheres at work and at home
· Clarity in thoughts and deeds
· Get rid of negativity
· Achieve success
· Overcome debts
How is the Puja Performed?
This Puja is performed with a crystal 'linga'. Each ancient mantra that is chanted gets absorbed in materials like curd, milk, ghee, honey etc. which are used as offerings in the Puja. It is then offered to Lord Shiva with reverence, love and gratitude. Specially trained Pandits and Veda students from the Veda Agama (Vedic school) perform this special Puja. The chanting of the mantras is so pure and meditative that it takes one to a different plane.