Acharya Kaushik Ji


According to our Vedic Scriptures, Havan should be the most important rite of our daily activities. As brushing your teeth and taking a bath is the first thing we do in the morning, Havan should also be done regularly.

Homa/agnihotra/Havan means making offerings to the fire; these are oblations to the devas and other celestial beings. It is basically the power of Deva Yajna. In this way, we pay off our debt for the blessings received from the devas.
Don’t you think that we should start performing our daily rite of Havan from today itself? Here is how you can perform Havan at home without the help of a priest.

Benefits of HAVAN PUJA 

  1. Purification: The fire is believed to purify the air, mind, and body of the participants, creating a positive energy.

  2. Spiritual Elevation: Havan is believed to bring spiritual elevation, increased positive energy, and a deeper connection to the divine.

  3. Fulfillment of Desires: Havan is believed to help fulfill desires and attain blessings from the gods.

  4. Mental and Physical Healing: Havan is said to help alleviate mental and physical health problems.

  5. Stress and Tension Relief: The fire ceremony can help reduce stress and tension, promoting a sense of peace and calm.