Maha Mrityunjaya Japa and Homa

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Maha Mrityunjaya mantra was formulated by Shukracharya who is considered to be the Guru of Rakshas (demons). The mantra is in praise of Lord Shiva. None can define the kindness, powers, and greatness of Lord Shiva. The terms “Shiva” or “Sankara” mean Auspicious. “Sam” means “Chitaananda” (Blissful Awareness) and “Kara” means the one who causes it. Sankara is the One who confers Chitaananda on those who take refuge in him or adore him.

The secret of creation is evident from a description of the form of Shiva. The crescent moon on Shiva’s head symbolizes the consciousness in human beings, the Ganga symbolizes the life force and the snakes on Shiva’s body represent the myriad of living beings.

The Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is the most powerful of all ancient Sanskrit mantras. It is a mantra that has many names and forms. It is called the Rudra mantra, referring to the furious aspect of Lord Shiva. The Maha Mrityunjaya Japa is done for a long and healthy life and to get rid of prolonged sickness. Its miraculous effects have been noticed by many who organized the Jaap and Havan for people even on the death bed.

Lord Shiva is also called as Mrityunjaya. And through this mantra we worship him and ask him to liberate us from the cycle of birth and death. It is he who can save us from untimely death and bestow us Moksha. This mantra is also known as moksha mantra.

“Om tryambakam yajaamahe
sugandhim pushthivardhanam;
Urvaarukamiva bandhanaan
Mrityormuksheeya maamritaat.”

The main objectives of this puja are:

1. To gain disease free long life.
2. It neutralizes negativity by forming a positive shield around the performer.
3. It fulfills all unfulfilled desires.
4. It is helpful in warding off sorrow and poverty.
5. To overcome hardships in life.

Puja Features

This Puja will be perform at Lord Shiva Temples at Haridwar or Rishikesh or at your Place if requested

Panchang Pujan

Puja of Shiva Family

Rudra Abhishek and Jala Abhishek

Kund Pujan and Japam

Ten Digpals and Kshtrapal Pujan and Tarpan

Japam can be done 11000 times, 21000 times, 31000 times, 62000 times and 125000 times. The duration of puja or japam will be around 7 - 8 hrs per day

11000 Japam will be performed by three priests in one day

21000 Japam will be performed by three priests in two days

31000 Japam will be performed by five priests in two days

62000 Japam will be performed by five priests in three days

125000 Japam will be performed by seven priests in five days

12. Homa will be performed on the Last day of Puja


After booking any puja package, the devotees will be asked to fill a form involving their personal details & the invoice number generated by the website.

Where a date is not mentioned, we process the puja request order and allot a suitable day and Muhurta (auspicious time) according to the birth details provided by the devotee.

Our online pujas are conducted at temples in Rishikesh, Haridwar and Dehradun.

Once booking is done, it cannot be cancelled but the puja date can be altered on request.

For online puja packages, the devotees will get their Prasad through courier / post.

Apart from booking puja packages online, the devotees can also join these rituals personally.

Booking Enquiry & Help

For Maha Mrityunjaya Puja charges & other details please call +91-9760678037 or Contact us Here

Maha Mrityunjaya Japa and Homa can be done as following ways :

Japam 11000 times followed by Homa

Japam 21000 times followed by Homa

Japam 31000 times followed by Homa

Japam 62000 times followed by Homa

Japam 125000 times followed by Homa

The charges include puja offerings and its arrangement. If you wish to join this puja personally then you will have to travel on your own expenses to the puja location.

Puja can be booked with single or multiple names. All the names will be recited during Sankalpa.

Upto four persons are allowed to join this Puja.

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