Shri Baglamukhi Pooja is performed with a specific count of chant or jaap of Shri Baglamukhi Mantra. Shri Baglamukhi Puja is generally performed for winning over the enemies, getting favorable decision from a court case, benefits from house of government and other such things. Shri Baglamukhi Puja is generally started on a Tuesday and it is generally completed on the following Tuesday where the day of start of a Shri Baglamukhi Pooja can sometimes change depending upon the time which is required by the Pandits doing this pooja to complete the chant of Shri Baglamukhi Mantra. Generally the Pandits are able to complete this chant or Jaap of Shri Baglamukhi Mantra in 7 days and hence this pooja is generally started on a Tuesday and it is completed on the following Tuesday and all the necessary steps for this pooja are conducted during this time which is Tuesday to Tuesday. Shri Baglamukhi Puja vidhi or procedure may include many different steps at many stages and it is not possible to mention all of these steps here but we will cover most of the important steps for this pooja.
The most important step in performing any puja is to perform the chant of a Mantra specified for that pooja and this chant or jaap amounts to a number of 125,000 in most of the cases and accordingly a Shri Baglamukhi Puja should ideally include a chant of 125,000 Shri Baglamukhi Mantras and rest of the procedure is built around this chant. To start with Shri Baglamukhi Puja, a specific day is chosen for the start and completion of this puja both of which are Tuesdays in most of the cases. At the day of starting of this puja, a Sankalpam or resolution is taken by the Pandits which are usually 5 to 7 in number. In this Sankalpam, the head Pandit or the main Pandit takes an oath in front of Lord Shiva, goddess Parvati, Lord Ganesha and goddess Bagulamukhi that he and his other assistant Pandits are going to perform a chant of 125,000 Shri Bagulamukhi mantras for a specific person who is the native and whose name, his father’s name and his family surname is also mentioned in Sankalpam. The names of the Pandits doing this chant are also mentioned, the days taken to complete this chant are also mentioned which are generally 7 to 10 days and the specific wishes required by the native as a result of this puja are also mentioned and this is the first step which starts a Vedic Shri Bagulamukhi Puja. The specific wish asked during the sankalp of this pooja may be victory over the enemies, favorable decision from a court case, benefits from house of government or some other wish.
After this, all the Pandits start chanting Shri Baglamukhi Mantra on daily basis for about 8 to 10 hours a day and in such a way that they are able to complete the total chant of 125,000 mantras till the decided day of completion of this puja. The pundits keep on chanting the Shri Baglamukhi Mantra on daily basis till the day of the completion and they complete the committed chant of mantras on that day. After completion of chant of Shri Baglamukhi Mantra, the completion ceremony is arranged for the puja which can take about 2-3 hours if done with proper procedure. A puja for lord Shiva, goddess Parvati, goddess Baglamukhi Lord Ganesha and other members of Shiva family is performed first and many kinds of offerings like flowers, fruits, bhang, dhatura, bel patra, vermillion, bangles, clothes and cosmetics for goddess Parvati, clothes for goddess Bagulamukhi, sweets, halwa, dhoop, Deepak, milk, curd, honey, desi ghee, sugar and many other things are offered to these gods and goddesses and the completion of the resolution or Sankalpam taken by the pandits is repeated and it is conveyed to the gods by pandits that they have completed the chant of 125,000 Shri Baglamukhi Mantra in the time promised by them and in the manner promised by them at the day of start of this pooja and it is also mentioned that all this chant and puja has been done on behalf of their client whose name and other details are again mentioned and it is then preyed that their client should be blessed with the good results of this Shri Baglamukhi Puja since he has followed all the procedures for this puja and he has got this puja performed through pandits in order to get benefic results from Shri Bagulamukhi Pooja. It should be noted here that this puja performed at the day of completion of Shri Bagulamukhi Puja follows specific procedures and accordingly this puja and procedure can differ for different kind of Vedic Poojas.
Things related to and the things signifying navagraha or some specific planets among navagraha are also offered and donated during the course of this final puja ceremony for Shri Baglamukhi Puja and these things may include, rice, wheat, sugar, salt, oil, milk, blanket, copper utensils, pulses, lentils, white and black moles and some other things each of which relate to one or the other planet among navagraha. After completion of this puja, the blessings are taken from the gods and goddesses and then the final ceremony of Havan is started which is the final and a very important ceremony as this is a ceremony through which a direct connection between the native and the corresponding planets or gods is established with the help of pandits and through the holy fire of havana. Havan is a very important and technical procedure and it should be done by expert pandits with great attention and care. After lighting the holy fire of havna, after starting the Havana and after doing the necessary formalities, the chant of Shri Baglamukhi Mantra is again started and this time with the completion of each mantra, a sound of Swaaha or Swaha is chanted by the pandits and upon the chant of this sound of Swaha or Swaaha, certain specific things which form the constituents of Puja Samagri and which can vary from puja to puja are offered in a specific way to the holy fire which has been lit to perform the Havana for Shri Baglamukhi Pooja.
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