Budh Beej Mantra and Navagraha Samidha for Havan

Budh Beej Mantra and Navagraha Samidha for Budh that you can offer in Havan Kund

In vedic astrology, the importance of budh beej mantra during performing havan is quite important as it helps to grasp concepts, focus, and retain information. So when you offer a relevant stick related to budh planet to the fire and chant ॐ ब्रां ब्रीं ब्रौं सः बुधाय नमः ॥, then chanting the Budh Beej mantra combined with offering Samidh brings peace and balance back into your life.

With its ancient Vedic roots, this powerful mantra is traditionally believed to bring about positive transformation in one’s life in many areas such as health, relationships, finance and work. This article will help you better understand what exactly is the Budh Beej Mantra and take an in depth look at how effectively offering Navagraha Samidha alongside it during a havan can help invoke peace and harmony within your surroundings!

We always chant “Om Bram Breem Broum Sah Budhaya Namah” Budh Beej Mantra while performing Havan as it is one of the Navagraha mantras. On the sound of Swaaha!, when we ends बुध बीज मंत्र, we offer a Navagraha stick made for the Mercury planet in the fire of Havan Kund to pacify the bad effects of बुध ग्रह.

But which Navagraha Budh 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 (bad effects) and bring good luck in your life.

When you shop for Pooja 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 ब्रां ब्रीं ब्रौं सः बुधाय नमः ॥ and says Swaaha!

Upon chanting Budh Beej Mantra, the stick of appa marga (अप्पामार्ग समिधा का प्रयोग किया जाता है ) is offered in the Agni Kund.  The dried stem/stalk of the apamarga plant, which is considered ruled by Mercury, helps to strengthening a weak Mercury (Budh) in Vedic astrology. Hence, by offering appa marga stick in fire pit, you can reduce bad effects of बुध ग्रह.

This mantra is chanted with devotion and reverence to seek blessings from Lord Budh, who is believed to bestow intellect, communication, and learning upon the devotee. It is often chanted during Mercury related rituals, meditation, or as a part of personal spiritual practice.

So finally, chanting the Budh Beej Mantra (Om Bram Breem Broum Sah Budhaya Namah) during a Havan (fire ceremony) is significant. This mantra is associated with Lord Budh (Mercury), the planet of intellect, communication, and focus. By chanting the mantra and offering the specific Budh Samidha (stick of appa marga) into the fire, you seek blessings for improved mental clarity and focus.

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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