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Performing Baglamukhi Puja at Home for Peace and Empowerment

Maa Baglamukhi, the eighth aspect of Durga, is worshipped for overcoming enemies, legal issues, and negativity. Performing a Baglamukhi puja at home can be a powerful way to seek her blessings and restore peace in your life. Here’s a step-by-step guide to simplify the puja process for you.

Preparing for the Baglamukhi Puja at Home:

  1. Choose an auspicious time: Ideally, conduct the puja during Brahma Muhurat (pre-dawn hours) or any other auspicious time recommended by your priest or according to your almanac.
  2. Gather the puja samagri (items):
    • Yellow cloth (represents Maa Baglamukhi)
    • Murti (idol) or picture of Maa Baglamukhi
    • Kalash (pot) with mango leaves
    • Ghee (clarified butter)
    • Diya (oil lamp)
    • Incense sticks and camphor
    • Yellow flowers (like marigold)
    • Fruits and sweets (vegetarian)
    • Turmeric powder
    • Sindhoor (vermilion)
    • Holy water (Ganga Jal)
    • Yellow mustard seeds

Setting Up the Puja Sthan (Place):

  1. Clean and purify the puja area by sprinkling it with Gangajal.
  2. Spread the yellow cloth on a chowki (raised platform) or a clean table.
  3. Place the kalash filled with water and mango leaves on the cloth.
  4. In front of the kalash, place the murti or picture of Maa Baglamukhi.

Performing the Baglamukhi Puja:

  1. Sankalp (resolve): Light the diya and incense sticks, and mentally resolve to perform the puja with devotion.
  2. Shaucham (purification): Wash your hands and feet, and sprinkle yourself with Gangajal.
  3. Aavahan (invocation): Chant the Baglamukhi Beej Mantra (“Om Hreem Baglamukhi Sarva Dushtanaam Vachham Mukham Padam Stambhay Phat Swaha”) to invite the Goddess’ presence.
  4. Panchamrut (five nectars): Prepare Panchamrit by mixing water, honey, ghee, curd, and sugar. Offer this to the kalash and murti.
  5. Shodashopachara (sixteen offerings): Offer one by one:
    • Water for washing the feet (Padya)
    • Water for drinking (Arghya)
    • Sandalwood paste (Gandh)
    • Flowers (Pushpa)
    • Incense sticks (Dhoop)
    • Diya with ghee (Deepak)
    • Betel nut and leaf (Tambool)
    • Yellow sweets (Mishri)
    • Fruits ( फल fal)
    • Coconut (Nariyal)
    • Dakshina (offering of money)
    • Yellow cloth (Vastra)
    • Turmeric powder (Haldi)
    • Sindhoor (vermilion)
    • Mustard seeds (scatter these in four directions while chanting the Beej Mantra)
  6. Aarti (offering of light): Perform aarti with the diya and camphor, chanting hymns or mantras dedicated to Maa Baglamukhi.
  7. Mantras: Chant the Baglamukhi Beej Mantra or other recommended mantras for a specific number of repetitions (mala) as advised by your priest or scriptures.
  8. Prayer: Express your gratitude to Maa Baglamukhi and seek her blessings for overcoming challenges and achieving peace.
  9. Paribhog (offering of prasad): Consider the offered fruits and sweets as prasad blessed by the Goddess. You can distribute it among family members or consume it yourself.
  10. Visarjan (immersion): After the puja, immerse the leaves from the kalash in a flowing river or respectful place.


Preparing for the Baglamukhi Puja at Home

Performing Baglamukhi puja at home can be a deeply enriching experience. Remember, devotion and a pure heart are the most important offerings. If you seek more elaborate guidance, consider consulting a priest for a personalized puja experience

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