Shri Lalit-Tribhangiray Jayate
Sudarshan Jap Yagya, Kavach and Haum to be held in London
Date: 23nd – 30th July 2017.
Venue: St Bernadette School, Clifton Road, Kenton
Time: 15:30 – 18:00. Prasād thereafter.
In order to release the burden of the Earth from demonic beings, Bhagavān Kṛṣṇa who is the King of Golok, assumes the form of Nārāyana which is chatur-bhuj (four armed). Bhagavān Nārāyana carries four primary āyudhas: namely the Sudarshan Chakra (discus), the Kaumodiki Gadā (Mace), Padma (Lotus) and the Pānch-Janya Shankha (conch shell).
As described in Parmānandāsji’s famous kirtan, ‘Chakra Sudharsha dhariyo kamal kar bhaktana ki rakshaa ke kaaran, chaaro bhujaa chaar aayudha dhare, naaraayan bhuva bhaara utaaran’. Bhagavān Kṛṣṇa carries the Sudarshan Chakra for the protection of his bhaktas (devotees). In addition, In Shri Nāthdwārā, Vaishnavs offer attar (scented oils) to the Sudarshan Chakra and dhajāji (flags) which reside at the top of Shri-Nāthji’s temple.
Of the seven nidhi svaroups of Shri Mahāprabhuji, three svaroups are chaturbhuj or four armed. These are: Shri Mathurādhishji (Pratham Peeth sevya of First house), Shri Dwārakādhishji (Trutiya Peeth sevya of Third house) and Shri Kalyānarāiji (Shashta Peeth sevya of the Sixth house) – they are all adorned with the Shankha, Sudarshan Chakra, Gadā and Padma. It is stated in the Bhāgavat (10.3.8):
Shri Vallabhāchārya Mahāprabhuji comments on its meaning in the Subodhiniji: ‘You are a wonderful child, with lotus-like eyes, and bear in Your four hands the four weapons śaṅkha, cakra, gadā and padma. On Your chest is the Śrīvatsa and on Your neck the brilliant Kaustubha gem. Dressed in yellow, Your body blackish like a dense cloud.’ Shri Mahāprabhuji, provides more detail on the four āyudhs, commenting that the Chakra represents Tejas tatva (effulgence), Shankha represents Jal tatva (water element), Kamal represents Privthi tatva (earth element) and the Gadā represents Vyur tatva (air element).
The benefits of paying homage to Sudarshanji by way of Jap, Poojan, Haum
Sudarshanji is capable of relinquishing one from past sins such as Bhram hatya (killing of a brāhmin), pashu hatya (killing of animals), one who criticises parents, and who criticises the devas. A detailed description of all benefits can be found in of this comes from Vhageshvar uttar khand, Uma Maheshvar samvād:
1. Liberation of all sins
2. Protection from all enemies
3. Obliteration of anything inauspicious
4. Removal protection from negative effects of grahs (planets)
5. Attainment of wealth
6. Salvation from disease
7. Protection for those whom take shelter of Bhagavān Nārāyan Kṛṣṇa
- There are numerous examples of the Sudarshan Chakra protecting bhaktas: Sudarshan Chakra protected King Ambrish from the curse of the sage Durvasa (Shrimad Bhāgavat, Canto 9, Chapter 4).
- Sudarshan Chakra helped Arjun illuminate the way through Andha Tama (black hole) to reach Bhagavān Anirudh, who resides in the Western direction, to bring back the sons of the Brāhmin (Shrimad Bhāgavat, Canto 10, Chapter 89)..
- Sudarshan Chakra protected King Parikshit in the womb of his mother Uttarā from the terrible Bhram-astra weapon of Aśvatthāmā (Shrimad Bhāgavat, Canto 1, Chapter 8).
- Sudarshan Chakra liberated Gajendra, the chief of elephants, by slaying the crocodile he was being attacked by (Shrimad Bhāgavat, Canto 8, Chapter 3).
- Sudarshan Chakra delivered Shishupāl by cutting off his head, thus restoring him back to his position as one of Bhagavān Kṛṣṇa’s doorkeepers (Shrimad Bhāgavat, Canto 10, Chapter 74).
Qualification of the benefits of Sudarshan Chakra worship:
Benefits of Sudarshan Chakra worship can be attained only by devotees of Bhagavān Kṛṣṇa who with complete faith and devotion worship Bhagavān Kṛṣṇa without want of any material gains. As per Bhagavat Gita: ananyāś cintayanto māṁ ye janāḥ paryupāsate teṣāṁ nityābhiyuktānāṁ yoga-kṣemaṁ vahāmy aham The Bhagavat Gita says explicitly that those who think of Bhagavan Kṛṣṇa alone, surrender onto Him alone, through His kripa (His divine grace) alone become ‘Kritarth’ (they attain all the Siddhis). Bhagavān Kṛṣṇa further reassures His pure hearted devotees, that He will look after their Yoga and Kshema. Here Yoga relates to that which a devotee has not achieved in the spiritual realm: the achievement of which is called Yoga. Kshema here relates to the protection of what a devotee has achieved in the spiritual and material realms.
Thus with the grace of Pujya Pād Goswāmi Shri 108 Rasik Vallabh Mahārājshri and Pujya Pād Goswāmi Shri 108 Shishir Kumar Mahārājshri, you are invited to take part in the Sudarshan Jap Yagya, Kavach and Haum.
Taking part in Sudarshan chakra poojā and yagya, full vidhi (complete ceremony)
Prerequisites for sitting in yagya:
- Before sitting in the yagya, you must take Sudarshan mantra dikshā.
- The mantra Diksha is to be held on 23rd April 2017 at 16:00, St Bernadette School (see venue details).
- Aprash is necessary (shower before coming and wear silk or new unwashed clothes)
What is included in the viddhi:
- One family or up to five people can take part in the yagya.
- Sudarshan Chakra Poojā
- Sudarshan Chakra Haum in yagya
- Purshottam Sahastranām yagya
- Grah Shānti yagya
- One Sudarshan Chakra Yantra will be provided at the end of the poojā
Cost of Sudarshan Chakra Poojā and yagya: £1,501
Pātal mahā prashād manorathi daily 23 rd – 30 th July 2017
Cost to be manorathi to sponsor paatal mahaa prashaad: £1,100 per day
Date: 23rd – 30th July 2017.
Venue: St Bernadette School, Clifton Road, Kenton
Time: 15:30 – 18:00.
To take part in the Manorath, please contact:
Nikhil Savjani: 07961-048-561
Hiren Bhimjiyani: 07903-752-005