Santhana Saptami Special
Santhana Gopala Homam
Overcomes Infertility Problems & Solves Problems of Childre
An Exceptional Ritual That Takes Care Of The Foetus In The Womb
Santana Saptami is observed on the seventh day during waxing phase of moon or Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month that’s so special. People observe a fast on the day for begetting children, for the general welfare, safety and healthy growth of the offspring. It also protects the children from harm, focuses on their development. The fast and puja on the day is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva and Goddess Gauri for their blessings.
Vedicfolks is organising the Santhana Gopala Homam on the day that’s so relevant and beneficial. The ritual not only blesses you with a child, it safeguards the expectant mothers against any mishaps and sees to it that the child is born safe and sound.
Why Perform Santhana Gopala Homam on Santhana Sapthami
The Santana Gopala Homam invokes the child form of Lord Krishna. This effective remedy for childless couples is a boon in disguise. The ritual promises an intelligent child that carries forward one’s legacy. According to Vedic pundits, the obstacles in begetting a child may be caused by Graha Dosha or improper placing of planets in the natal chart. Sometimes black magic, drishti dosha and evil energies also may play a role. Since Lord Vishnu destroys evil and grants his devotees with divine virtues, worshipping Him on the day of Santana Saptami is considered very apt. He is the benefactor of good health and happiness and also nullifies all complications, difficulties during the phase of child birth. It also ensures sound health of the mother and foetus as the vibrations of the homa nourishes it and prevents any abnormalities from occurring.
Benefits of Santhana Gopala Homam
• Ensures boon of a child
• The child so born will be healthy and intelligent
• Blessing for childless couples
• Overcomes infertility problems
• Tackles complications during pregnancy
• Takes care of the foetus in the womb
Here Are The Other Added Auspicious Rituals For The Day
Bala Ganapathi Puja - Ensures All Round Development Of Children
Bala Ganapathi is one of the 32 forms of Lord Ganesha. The deity is a child like form of Lord Ganesh and he is represented by red colour, the hue of the rising sun that symbolised agriculture bounty of the earth. It also means fertility. He holds the fruits of the soil - Mango, Jackfruit, Banana and Sugarcane in his four hands. Worship of Bala Ganapathy is so special for children as it improves their health, aids in their overall growth, be it intellect, knowledge, success in education etc. He eliminates sins and obstacles in life. A puja to Bala Ganapathi helps to get rid of bad habits and inculcates moralities in children.
Santana Lakshmi Puja - Instils Maral Values In Children
‘Puthra Santhanam’ means the gift of a child. And Goddess Santana Lakshmi is responsible for this blessing and she is one of the Ashta Laskhmis that grants the boon of prosperity. She carries two kalashas on either side of her hands. And the others hold sword and shield. A child is seen on her lap holding a lotus. She is the goddess of fertility, grants health and intelligence among children and protects infants from all types of diseases. She’s eternal for she keeps the legacy of a family going. A puja to Santhana Lakshmi ensures good children with intellectual growth, all round development, and a great well-being for all.