Brihaspati Beej Mantra and Navagraha Samidha for Havan

Brihaspati Beej Mantra and Brihaspati Navagraha Samidha for Havan

Are you looking for spiritual guidance and support in your life? Look no further than the powerful Brihaspati Beej Mantra and Brihaspati Navagraha Samidha. These time-tested mantras can help to bring prosperity, good fortune, abundance, and stability into your life.

It is known that regular chanting of this mantra brings positive results in relationships, success in career or personal growth projects – all grounded in a deep spiritual connection with divine energy. If you are ready to learn more about these powerful chakra cleansing tools and how they can be used to transform your life, then read on!

We always chant “Om Gram Greem Groum Sah Gurve Namah” Brihaspati Beej Mantra while performing Havan as it is one of the Navagraha mantras. On the sound of Swaaha! when we ends the mantra, we offer a Navagraha stick made for the Mercury planet in the fire of Havan Kund.

But which Brihaspati Navagraha Samidha stick we offer? Let’s find out so you can make your havan successful.

It is believed that if you offer a specific Navagraha Samidha related to the planet in the fire pit, you remove the graha dosha and bring good luck in your life.

When you shop for Pujan Samagri from pansaari shop and you buy a Navagraha Samidha then you can see it is a bundle of 9 sticks which represents the 9 planets named Surya, Mangal, Mangal, Budh, Brihaspati, Shukra, Shani, Rahu and Ketu.  Among them 1 stick which is for Budh is offered when Pandit ji chants ॐ ग्रां ग्रीं ग्रौं सः गुरुवे नमः ॥ and says Swaaha!

Upon chanting Budh Beej Mantra, the stick of peepal (पीपल समिधा का प्रयोग किया जाता है ) is offered in the Agni Kund.

This mantra is chanted with devotion and reverence to seek blessings from Lord Brihaspati, who is believed to bestow wisdom, growth, and prosperity upon the devotee.

Please note that performing a Havan and chanting these mantras should be done with the utmost respect and sincerity. If you are not familiar with the process of performing a Havan, it is advisable to seek guidance from a knowledgeable person or a priest to ensure it is done correctly.

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