Rudra Ekadashini


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Rudra Ekadashini is an auspicious occasion celebrated by the devotees of Lord Shiva to seek his blessings and offer their devotion. This day holds great significance in Hindu mythology, as it is believed that Lord Shiva appeared in his eleven forms to bless his devotees and eradicate all their sufferings.On this day, devotees perform Rudra Ekadashini pooja and Homa to worship Lord Rudra in all his eleven forms. The main ritual of this Homa is the chanting of Sri Rudram 121 times, followed by Rudra Homa and Rudrabhishekam performed by eleven pundits. Sri Rudram is considered as one of the most powerful Vedic hymns, which praises Lord Shiva and seeks his blessings.

Participating in this Homa is believed to provide victory over death and relief from all past sins. It is also said to bring prosperity, good health, and harmony in one’s life. The Homa and pooja are performed with great devotion and dedication, and the positive energy generated from it is believed to create a peaceful atmosphere.

If you are looking to perform Rudra Ekadashini pooja and Homa, then you can book it with us on We provide the best pandits who are well-versed in Vedic rituals and can perform the pooja with utmost sincerity. We also provide all the required pooja items, ensuring that the pooja is performed in a proper manner.In conclusion, Rudra Ekadashini is an auspicious occasion to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva in all his eleven forms. Performing the Homa and pooja on this day with devotion and dedication is said to bring peace, prosperity, and harmony in one’s life. So, book the pooja with us on and experience the divine blessings of Lord Shiva.

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