Seva and Homam
Homa Seva, Abhisheka Seva, Vasthira Seva, Flower Seva, Gho Seva,
Naivedhya Seva, Annadhana Seva.
Homam is a Sanskrit word that refers to a ritual, wherein an oblation or any religious offering is made into fire. A havan is a religious ceremony performed in temples and in homes that involves worship through the use of a sacred fire. The fire is the agent, and the offerings include those that are material and symbolic such as grains, clarified butter, milk, incense and seeds. From the earliest of Vedic times, fire (Agni) is viewed as the chief of the Gods. Homam and Aradhana is basically an offering of intensive Puja to different GODS and GODDESSES. People do Homa Puja and Aradhana to get faster spiritual effects to get results like - peace and happiness in mind, peace at home (griha shanti) and workplace, protection from miseries, fulfillment of wishes and spiritual Enlightenment. In Homa Puja the priest offers Puja to the respective God, lighting up the fire in Homa Kund and offering there many items or Puja 'Upachar'. It is also done for a speedy recovery from illness, for starting a new business or a new project so that no evil forces or effects can hamper the growth. To remove troubles that prevent us from starting a spiritual path, For getting married, For a smooth life, peace and harmony in the family, to improve family relations.