41 Days Mandala Pooja
|| Om Shree Venkateshwaraya Namaha ||
Do you have a serious medical condition? Are you suffering financial losses? Is your kid missing? Have you been looking for a life partner without much luck?
So, you tag yourself as unfortunate! And you believe that it is destiny and that you cannot go against the power of fate!
It is true that life comes to a standstill when various misfortunes and tragedies surround us. We feel lost and deceived of our happiness. But it can be changed! Absolutely the way You want it to be! As written in our Puranas, fortune can be changed by following a divine process called MANDALA POOJA.
It is unreasonable that the various poojas we get done by the Pujaris and Bhatjis, they get to reap 95% of the benefits of the pooja and a mere 5% is passed on to us, since we simply sponsor the entire process.
MAHAMANDAL POOJA will be done by you, which will earn you 100% benefit, without having to pay at all! This pooja is to be performed solely by anybody who wants to have his one wish fulfilled, in a PranPratishta temple built with uncompromised SHILPA SHAHSTRA, VASTU SHASTRA and AGAMA SHASTRA, like the Shree Balaji Temple in Mumbai…without the need to step out of Mumbai!
Procedure to be followed for MANDALA POOJA
MANDALA POOJA is a 41 days process
The devotee has to select a time, either during the first half or the second half of the day, when Shree Balaji Temple is open (between 6 am to 10 pm)
The devotee has to visit Shree Balaji Temple in Mumbai regularly for 41 days during the selected time slot, without missing a single day for any given reason, to complete the process
Once you have decided on the time, enter the temple with a whole ‘supari’ (beetle nut) and a beetle leaf with the stem intact and attached to the leaf and hand it to the pujari or the priest
Bring that one deepest desire you wish to be fulfilled, to your mind (do not speak it out)
Take 7 rounds of the temple while constantly chanting “OM VENKATESHWARYA NAMAHA” and keep your desire in your mind while doing so
After your 7 rounds are complete, take the beetle nut and leaf back from the pujari
Take it home and place it in your home temple for the next 41 days
Visit the temple every day for the next 41 days on the same time as the first day.
Important points to remember:
It is mandatory to visit the temple at the same time for the next 41 days. It is the most important practice to help manifest your desires faster.
There is an extension of 5 days for ladies due to their physiological system as they cannot visit the temple at that time. During those 5 days, ladies should write ‘Om Venkateshwaraya Namaha’ 108 times on a piece of paper, every day. After the 5 days are complete, they can visit the temple and put the paper in the hundi
Stay very clean for 41 days.
do not eat non-vegetarian food or outside food for 41 days
remain a ‘Bhramachari’ for 41 days
Do the Mandala Pooja with utmost faith and devotion
You will see the effects of your efforts from the 9th day itself, however, it varies from person to person
This pooja can be performed just once in your entire life time, hence, choose your wish carefully
Mandala Pooja is free of cost and can be performed by anybody
Shree Balaji Temple at Charkop, Mumbai
Shree Balaji Temple in Mumbai is a perfect example of a temple built with uncompromised SHILPA SHAHSTRA, VASTU SHASTRA and AGAMA SHASTRA. Here, Lord Venkateshwara’s idol was installed with proper PRANA PRATISHTA. Hence, this is the perfect Temple in Mumbai to perform Mandala Pooja.
Over the years, we have witnessed thousands of devotees who have faithfully completed their Mandala Pooja and have seen their dreams miraculously coming true! There have been people who found their lost children, found their perfect life partner, and people whose business have taken off brilliantly after performing the Mandala Pooja.
There had been a terminally ill patient in the 3rd stage of cancer who managed to visit the temple, perform the Mandala Pooja for 41 days and found that his illness had reduced from 80% to 20%. Doctors claim it to be nothing less than a miracle!
Why I should do Archana
Gratitude is the most sublime way ahead in life. Offering an Archana at Shree Balaji Temple, to Lord Venkateshwara, is a way of saying thank you to the Lord for the wonderful things he has blessed us with, all our life. Be it good health, food, shelter, clothing, family, friends, money, job, and everything else that matter, we tend to take these beautiful everyday blessings for granted and forget to give thanks to the divine one.
Archana is a way of saying ‘thank you’ to the Gods. It is true that appreciating the things we already have in our lives pleases the Lord and he blesses us with more goodness. Offering pooja-archana to Lord Venkateshwara takes you to the next level in the path of spirituality. It is a divine way of worshipping Lord Venkateshwara and devotees offering Archana to the Lord are said to be honored in the court of Shree Balaji.
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This is a special pooja performed at Shree Balaji Mandir in Charkop, Mumbai, by devotees on their special days such as birthdays, anniversaries and other family occasions to invoke the blessings of Lord Venkateshwara on their families.
Balaji Pooja is performed by the priests of the temple, on behalf of the family members seeking the blessing of Shree Balaji, where 108 names of Lord Venkateshwara is recited, while simultaneously offering flowers to the Lord.
The devotees are asked to follow the priests in chanting the Vedic Mantras for self purification while he presents auspicious items like chandan, flowers, scented water, incense and camphor on behalf of the devotees. They are then given burning ghee lamps to offer to the Lord with their own hands and seek the blessings of Lord Venkateshwara by touching their heads on Shree Balaji’s charan or feet.
If you wish to seek such special blessing of Lord Venkateshwara for your family and yourself and are unable to visit Shree Balaji Temple at Mumbai, you may enroll for this pooja through ‘Online Balaji Pooja’. The pooja will be performed in your name and the prasadam will be sent to you via post.
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History of Tirumala
The Pallavas of Kanchipuram (9th century AD),Cholas of Tanjore (10th century), Pandyas of Mathura and Vijayanagara Pradhans (14th & 15th centuries) were committed devotees of Lord Venkateswara. The statues of Sri Krishna Devaraya and his spouse stand gracefully within the premises of the temple.
After the decline of Vijayanagara Empire, kings from various states like the king of Mysore and Gadwal, worshiped the Lord as pilgrims and gifted various ornaments and valuables to the temple. Raghoji Bhonsle, the Maharastrian commander visited the temple and made a permanent arrangement regarding the regular poojas to be performed for the Lord.
In 1843 the temple gave up administrative authority of Venkateswara Temple along with the temples in the village, to the head of Hatthimji monastery in Tirumala. Till 1933 the administration of the temple had been wielded by the head of that monastery, Hathiram Mahantha.
In 1933 the Madras government appointed a Commission to Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam through a special statutory authority to run the administration of the temple. In 1951 another Hindu Religious and Endowment Act was brought into execution which facilitated the appointment of an executive officer and Board of trustees and they run the administration. The executive officer of this institution in the South have been maintaining administration.
Epic Importance of Tirumala Hills
The Venkata hill is believed to be a part of the celestial Mount Meru brought down to Earth from Vaikuntam by Garuda (The Lord's Vahana or vehicle), say the Puranas. The Hills are said to be a manifestation of Adisesha (the cosmic serpent).The Seven hills of Tirumala are the said to represent the Seven hoods of Adisesha.
Many Alvars , Vaishnavacharyas and Saints have praised the Tirumala Hill with great devotion. Tirumala Mambi, a descendent of the great ascetic Narada, spent his whole life in serving the Lord.
References to the Tirumala are also found in several of Puranas. Tirumala is one of the 108 sacred shrines of the Sri Vaishanava tradition. According to the Puranas, Lord Vishnu stayed on Earth for some time in the Avatar of Swetha Varaha and rose out of Pushkarini as Swayambhuva. His spouse Lakshmi Devi appeared in Thirucharnur. This Swetha Varaha Avatharam was installed in the temple situated to the west of Swamy Pushkarni. The great religious leader Ramanujacharya visited this shrine on a pilgrimage and systematized the process of worship in accordance with the SriVaishnava that continues till date.