Varahi Devi Puja and Homam

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Doing Varahi Devi Puja and Homam pleases Varahi Devi .She is dark in complexion with a face resembling a boar, seated on a buffalo (mahiṣha). She’s enormous in size and has eight arms. On rights arms she shows the vara mudra (grants all wishes), holds a sword, large stick (daṇḍa). On left arms she shows the abhaya mudra (removes fear and grants protection), shield and a plough (hala). The significance is that, she grants all wishes, removes our ego and punishes all evil afflicting us. She offers immense protection and shields us from misery. She is always ready to strike down and correct our path, whenever we go astray. She will pave the way towards all our goals and helps us achieve the highest levels of spirituality as well as material success. Her boar face indicates that She can dig deep into our karmas and will remove all the hurdles affecting our success in all matters. Her vehicle mahiṣha/buffalo, represents the ego and inertness in a person to change and reset to the same old behavior, like a buffalo bathing in the same murky waters. She riding the buffalo represents Her ability to bring about the change within us and take us forward to spiritual and material heights. No one who seeks Her blessings and surrenders unto Her, will go empty handed. Such is Her greatness! She is also seen as the consort of Varāha, an avatar of Lord Viṣhṇu. In the Śaiva tradition, she is that the consort of Unmatta Bhairava, A sort of Śiva intoxicated with bliss. A state that is experienced in the Sahasrāra cakra. She is also one of seven/eight mātṛka-s governing the Western direction. Her other forms include Her holding up the entire Universe or the Cosmic egg on her tusks. Sometimes She’s seen holding a discus (chakra) and a conch, heralding auspiciousness and expulsion of all misery. Shastra describes that she participated in destruction of asurās or demons like Andhakāsura, Raktabīja, Śumbha and Niśumbha.Andhakāsura stands for rage arising out of one’s ego and position. Raktabīja represents the innumerable thoughts that spring in our mind that stall our spiritual and material growth. Śumbha and Niśumbha represent the twin attributes to remain to the same old routine, still lead the same old ways of living and not cause any changes in our lives towards our betterment. The attributes to seem down upon others and haven’t any gratitude towards the blessings received also are represented by these twin asurās . When She enters our thoughts and prayers, all the ingrate qualities in us disappear and we transform into our true selves. Vārāhi is the commander of all forces of Lalita and Śyāmalā is the Chief advisor or Prime Minister of Lalita. In the Śrī Cakra, She is the guardian of the sixteenth circle or the Kiri Cakra. Her residence is an Emerald palace of Śrī Nagara. She is the Danḍini (Stick) Śakti of Śrī Māta. Likewise, Śyāmalā is the kodanḍa (sugarcane bow) Śakti. Among the Dasha Mahāvidyas, She is equated with Bagalamukhi, the controller of the tongue and therefore the silencer of all enemies, internal and external.


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