6th Maha Rudram held at, Sector 7, Dwarka

6th  Maha Rudram held at Barat Ghar, Sector 7, Dwarka organised by Dwarkalaya


“ Yagna is the Kamadhenu, Yagna is for your happiness and welfare. Your life depends on the five elements of the nature. By the practice of Yagna the cycles of nature are replenished and enriched. By performing Yagna you will fulfil your duty to nature. When you do this nature will bestow abundance upon you and your life becomes a happy one. But you must repay with feeling of gratitude in the form of Yagna. “(Bhagawad Gita- Ch. 3 & 4)”.

The Maharudra Mahayagna is the offering of Hymns in praise of Lord Shiva in the ritualistic manner and form as laid down in the Vedopanishads seeking His grace, mercy and blessings for peace, prosperity, longevity and above all good health for all, thus keeping away evil, misery and pain from mankind. This Yagna is a process that blends the repeated chanting of the Sri Rudram and Chamakam to both calm and empower the force of Rudra in our lives.

Recitation of Sri Rudram is always followed by the chanting of Chamakam, which is a prayer for “Abeeshta Sidhi” or desirable ends to lead a peaceful and happy life. Recitation of Sri Rudram with Abhishekam to the Lord is known as Rudra Abhishekam. Elevan (11) recitations of Sri Rudram followed by one recitation of the Chamakam is called EKADASA RUDRAM.This also constitutes. One unit of the Rudra Homam. Again eleven (11) Laghu Rudram recitations make a MAHARUDRAM.