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Kirtan is a devotional practice in Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism that involves singing and chanting the names of God or goddesses, usually accompanied by musical instruments such as the harmonium, mrdanga (drum) and kartals (cymbals). The practice is performed in temples, homes, and other places of worship, and is often led by a kirtankar (a person who leads the kirtan).
Kirtan is considered a powerful spiritual practice that can help to purify the mind and bring one closer to God. The act of singing and chanting the names of God is believed to help focus the mind, and to bring about a state of devotion and love for God. The repetition of the divine names is also believed to help remove negative thoughts and emotions, and to promote inner peace and tranquility.
Mahamrityunjaya is a Sanskrit mantra that is believed to bestow longevity and immortality. It is also known as the "Great Death-Conquering Mantra" and is associated with the Hindu god Shiva. The mantra is typically recited or chanted as a form of spiritual practice or worship. It is also considered to be a powerful healing mantra and is believed to have the ability to heal physical and mental ailments.
Rudrabhishek is a Hindu ritual that is performed to worship Lord Shiva, one of the main deities in Hinduism. The ritual involves the offering of various items to Lord Shiva, including milk, honey, ghee, and fruit, as well as the recitation of specific mantras and hymns. The ritual is usually performed by a Hindu priest, who will guide the person performing the abhishekam through the various procedures.
Rudrabhishek is considered a powerful ritual that can help to remove negative energies, bring peace and prosperity, and fulfill one's desires. The ritual is believed to be particularly beneficial for those who are facing difficulties or obstacles in their lives, as well as for those who wish to improve their spiritual practice.
The Rudrabhishekam ritual is typically performed at a Shiva temple, in front of the lingam (a symbolic representation of Lord Shiva). The lingam is bathed in various items, including water, milk, honey, and ghee, while the mantras are recited. The ritual is usually followed by the distribution of prasad (sacred food) among the devotees.
Shastipoorthi pooja is a Hindu ritual performed to celebrate a person's 60th birthday. It is considered an important milestone in a person's life and is often celebrated with great fanfare and grandeur. The ritual typically involves offerings of food, flowers, and prayers to the gods and goddesses, as well as recitation of hymns and mantras. The pooja is performed to seek blessings for a long and healthy life, as well as to express gratitude for the blessings received in the past. It is also believed that performing the pooja can help to remove any negative karma accumulated over the years.
Wellness Puja is a Hindu ritual that is performed to promote physical and mental well-being. It is usually performed to overcome physical or mental illness, or to remove negative energies that may be causing harm.