AUM SRI SAI RAM
GURU PEYARCHI- TRANSIT OF JUPITER 2021
On Thursday 14 April 2022 – Tamil month Panguini 30th – at 04:09am IST in the nakshatra of Purva Bhadrapada pada 4 Guru Bhagavan – Brihaspati (Jupiter) will transit from Aquarius (Kumbh) to Pisces (Meena) in Purva Bhadrapadi nakshata 4th part. Puttaparthi Agastya Astrologer Sai Bharathi will be conducting puja, hommams and libations on 14 April, 8AM -3PM in Tamil Nadu. All interested may participate.
On this auspicious occasion Archana, Homam, Abishekam, Japam [16,000 times for Guru Bhagawan] along with Sankalpam and Pujas will be performed by 30 priests at Mahalingeshwar Temple, in Thiruvedi Marudur Tamil Nadu, on 15 April 2022 from 8AM – 3PM. Location will be confirmed. Rudram to Lord Siva and Sakti Puja will also be completed..
Mahalingeswaraswamy Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located in Tiruvidaimaruthur, a village in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is significant as one of the seven major Shiva temples. Shiva is worshiped as Mahalingeswaraswamy, and is represented by the lingam, with his idol referred to as Jothimayalingam. His consort Parvati is depicted as Pirguchuntaragujambigai. The lingam of the temple is believed to be the focal point for the seven consorts of Shiva. The presiding deity is revered in the 7th century Tamil Saiva canonical work, the Tevaram, written by Tamil saint poets known as the nayanars and classified as Paadal Petra Sthalam.
According to legend, Mahalingaswamy is the centre of all Shiva temples in the region and the Saptha Vigraha moorthis (seven prime consorts in all Siva Temples) are located at seven cardinal points around the temple, located in various parts of the state. The seven deities are Nataraja in Chidambaram Nataraja Temple at Chidambaram, Chandikeswarar in Tirucheingalur Temple at Tirucheingalur, Vinayagar in Vellai Vinayagar Temple at Tiruvalajuli, Muruga in Swamimalai Murugan Temple at Swamimalai, Bhairava in Sattainathar Temple at Sirkali, Navagraha in Sooriyanar Temple at Suryanar Kovil and Dakshinamoorthy in Apatsahayesvarar Temple, Alangudi at Alangudi, Papanasam taluk. The other deities of a Shiva temple associated with Mahalingeswaraswamy are Durga in Thenupuriswarar Temple at Patteswaram, Somaskanda in Thyagaraja Temple, Tiruvarur at Tiruvarur and Nandi at Tiruvavaduthurai Temple at Thiruvaduthurai. The temple is also referred as Pancha Linga stala due to the presence of five lingams, four of which in the cardinal directions and the fifth one at the centre. The temple of Viswanatha lies in the east street, Rishipuriswara in the west, Atmanatha in South street and Chokkanatha in North street.
About Guru Bhagavan – Jupiter
Guru Bhagavan – Planet Jupiter has been worshipped by the people since ages past. Offering prayers to planet Jupiter relieves the inauspicious impacts from the life of the spiritual aspirant. Students offer prayers to the Guru Bhagavan so that they might perform well in their studies. From beginning till end of the months festivals are celebrated in the temple like Maha Shivarathri in the month of February-March, followed by Tirukarthikai in November and December including Guru Bhagavan (Jupiter). In each week, Guru Transition day (Thursdays) is celebrated. The Lord Shiva is known as Swayambumurthy. It is said that the Lord Surya offers his prayers to Shiva Linga by his rays on 15, 16 and 17th in Avani Month (August to September). During Panguni (March-April), the rising Sun offers his prayers to Lord Shiva by dedicating his Sun rays on 25 and 26th of the month. The temple timings are 6.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. in morning and 4.00 p.m. to 8.00.pm in the evening.
The Armour of Brihaspati – Jupiter
(Jupiter – Brihaspati is a great benefic, but it causes a lot of problems when it moves to some of the houses, especially first, third, fourth, sixth, eighth, tenth and twelfth from the Moon. It stays in each house for one year. This Kavacha should be read on all Thursdays during that period to get rid of the problems. Persons who have Jupiter in these houses should contact the undersigned below in order to participate in rituals and offerings designed to alleviate and remove such afflictions.)
Sri Ganesaya Namaha
(Salutations to Lord Ganesha)
Asya sri Brahaspathi Kavacha maha manthrasya Easwara rishi,
For the great chant of Armour to Jupiter the sage is Easwara
The meter is anushtup
The God is Brihaspati
The root is “Gam”
The power is “Goddess Lakshmi”
The nail is “Kleem”
Guru preethyrarthe Jape Viniyoga
The chant is being done to please Guru
Abheeshta phaladham sarvajnam sura poojitham,
Aksha maladharam shantham pranamami bruhaspatheem.
I salute sage Brihaspati,
Who fulfils our wishes,
Who knows everything,
Who is worshipped by all devas,
Who wears the garland of beads,
And who is peaceful.
Brihaspathi sira pathu, lalatam pathu may guru,
Karnou sura guru , nethre may abheeshta dayaka.
Let Brihaspati protect my head,
Let Guru (teacher) protect my forehead,
Let my ears be protected by teacher of devas,
And let my eyes be protected by he who fulfils wishes.
Jihwam pathu suracharya, nasaam may Veda Paraga,
Mukham may pathu sarvagna, kantam may devatha guru.
Let the teacher of devas protect my tongue,
Let my nose be protected by the expert in Vedas,
Let the all knowing one protect my face,
And let my neck be protected by teacher of devas.
Bhujavangeerasa pathu, karou pathu shubha prada,
Sthanou may pathu vageesa, kuksheem may shubha lakshana.
Let my hand be protected by Angeeras*,
Let my arms be protected by he who does good,
Let the master of speech protect my chest,
And let he who looks good protect my stomach.
*father of Brihaspati
Nabhim deva guru pathu, madhyam pathu sukha prada,
Katim pathu jagat vandya, ooru may pathu vak pathee.
Let my belly be protected by Guru,
Let he who does good protect my middle,
Let my hip be protected by he who is saluted by the universe,
And let the master of words protect my legs.
Janu jange suracharyo, padhou viswathamaka sada,
Anyani yani cha anganee, rakshenmay sarvatha guru.
Let the teacher of devas protect my thighs and knee,
Let my feet be protected by the soul of the world,
And let all other parts of my body be always be protected by Guru.
Ithyedath kavacham divyam trisandhyam ya paden nara,
Sarva kamaanvapnothi sarvathra vijayee bhaveth.
If this holy armour is read by men at dawn, noon and dusk,
They would succeed in all their acts,
And would gain victory everywhere.
Iti Sri brahmyamaloktham Sri Brahaspathi kavacham sampoornam.
Thus ends the armour of Jupiter which occurs in Brahamalokham.
Sacred Offerings for Peyarchi – Transit
The following Moon Signs are benefited:
The following Moon Signs are Unfavourable for this transit:
Those with unfavourable results are advised to do special Puja like Homam, Sankalpam and Abhishekam to receive relief and good effects from Lord Jupiter. This is an essential time to undertake such sacred offerings so soon after Lord Jupiter returns to Pisces – Meena, where Brihaspati – Jupiter is Lord. Significant blessings will be received by those who participate these archanams, pujas, hommams.
On this auspicious occasion Archana, Homam, Abhishekam, Japam [16,000 times for Guru Bhagavan] along with Sankalpam and Pujas will be performed with Brahmin priests participating on Thursday 14 April 2022.
Step 1: Send Email stating your wish to participate in Guru Peyarchi with Archana (prayers), Abhishekam (pouring of libations amidst chanting of mantras), Homam (ritual offerings to fire), Sankalpam (sacred resolutions and intentions), and Puja (offerings). YOU MUST WRITE YOUR NAME, MOON SIGN .
Step 2: Make Payment via Paypal using the link below:
Thanks and Best Regards,