Lord Dhanvantri is considered as an Incarnation of Lord Vishnu who appeared holding a Pot of Amrit ( nector of immortality ) in his hands from the ocean during its churning by Gods and Demons (Samudra Manthan). As per Ancient Vedic Texts, Lord Dhanvantari is considered as the Father of Ayurveda for providing Good Health, Strength, Energy and Longevity of all beings of universe including Gods and Demons. Even in today's modern era, the field of Ayurveda is gaining more and more importance and a lot of researches being done in this field which is supposed to have been promulgated by Lord Dhanwantri.
As per Ancient Vedic Texts and Puranas, if a person is suffering from continuous health problems, having lack of Energy accompanied with a feeling of Fatigue and is unable to achieve Success and enjoy life due to persistent Health issues inspite of best of precautions, exercise and medical care then performing a Puja for Lord Dhanvantari can at times prove very beneficial and helpful since Lord Dhanvantari is considered as the curer of all Diseases with the help of Ayurveda. A Puja offered to God Dhanvantari accompanied with chanting of his mantras is one of the best ways to achieve sound health as per ancient vedic texts and puranas.
This Puja / Homam is done individually for the person requesting the Pooja.
For Good Health, Energy & Strength
To get rid of persistent Health issues
To get protection from all kinds of Diseases
To get blessings of Lord Dhanvantri for Good Health,Prosperity & Happiness
Swasti Vachan, Shanti Path, Sankalp, Ganesh Sthapan, Kalash Sthapan, Lord Dhanvantari Sthapan, Navgrah Sthapan, Brahma Sthapan, Agni Sthapan, Invocation of all Gods & Goddesses, Navgrah Mantra Japa (1 mala for each planet), Recitation of Dhanvantari Maha Mantra for 1100 times, Recitation of Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra for 1100 times, Recitation of Dhanvantri Stotra, Recitation of Lord Vishnu mantra followed by Homam with Ghee, Sugar, Til, Oats ( Jow ), Ashtagandh, Sandalwood powder, Navgrah Samidha and then Purnahuti, Aarti and Prasad to Brahmins.
We will inform you the exact Date & Timings of Lord Dhanvantri Puja via Email and your representatives are welcome to attend the same.
A Short Video of around 10-15 minutes containing Highlights of important parts of this Puja will be taken and sent to you via Email
Lord Dhanvantari Mantra or Dhanwantri Mantra is the prayer addressed to appease Lord Dhanvantari ( the God of Ayurvedic medicine ). Lord Dhanwantari is considered to be the first practitioner of Ayurveda for Good Health, Energy & Strength.
Dhanvantari Maha Mantra :
Om Namo Bhagavate, Maha Sudharshanaya
Vasudevaya Dhanvantaraye, Amruta Kalasa Hastaaye
Sarva Bhay Vinashanaya, Sarva Roga Nivaranaya
Trilok Pataye, Trilok Naathaye
Sri Maha Vishnu Swarup Sri Dhanvantri Swarup
Sri Sri Sri Aaushadh Chakra Narayanaya Namaha
Meaning of Dhanvantari Maha Mantra :
Prasadam of Lord Dhanvantari Pooja will be sent via Courier. This Prasadam includes the below listed items that have been energized during the puja and supposed to carry the blessings of the puja to the client :
We are very religious minded people and are deeply bothered regarding the problems of our clients who place their precious trust on us for performing the pujas on their behalf so that they can get a desired result as per their expectations. These Pujas are performed by our learned and well experienced Brahmins/Pundits who have expertise in this line since they have been practicing it since a span of at least last two generations. All the pujas are performed exactly according to the guidelines prescribed by our ancient sages and our Vedic literature so that our clients can derive the maximum benefit of them.
All the pujas will be performed at Ahmedabad, India and the venue will be finalized by our purohits depending upon the type of Puja. The date is normally within 3 days of the receipt of the order unless it calls for a particular date either due to the customer’s choice or due to the type of Puja which requires to be performed on some specific Tithi (date according to the Hindu calendar) as per Vedic Shastras.