Dhumavati Yantra Pendant
Pandit NM Shrimali explains Mahavidyas or 10 forms of the Goddess Adi Parashakti are: Kali, Tara, Shodashi, Bhuvaneshwari, Bhairavi, Chinnamasta, Dhumvati, Baglamukhi, Matangi and Kamla. The best way to worship these deities is to indulge oneself in Sadhana with the help of Yantra and mantra. Dhumavati is the seventh form of Adi Parashakti. Goddess Dhumvati is a Mahavidya which is an energy or Shakti in the form of smoke. Goddess Dhumvati is worshipped at night. She is also called as Alakshmi. Goddess Dhumvati signifies death, hunger, poverty, disease and all other types of negativeness and inauspiciousness. Dhumvati was previously known as Devi Sati and was the first wife of Lord Shiva. She is also called as the eternal widow. Once she asked Lord Shiva to bring her something to eat. But as they were in the Himalayas, Lord Shiva was not able to fulfill her wish. Out of extreme hunger, she engulfed Lord Shiva and by doing so, widowed herself.
Shrimali Ji says, Dhumvati is the Divine Goddess at the time of Deluge, when the world was under water. Goddess Dhumvati is also known as a kind-hearted and giver of boons. Goddess Dhumvati is described as a great teacher who reveals ultimate knowledge of the Universe to the devotees. Goddess Dhumvati is the divine mother at the time of the flood.
According to Pandit Ji, the ugly form of Goddess Dhumvati teaches the devotees to look at the inner truths of the life. Goddess Dhumvati is considered to be the giver of Siddhis, one who rescues from all the troubles, and the deity who fulfills all the desires of the devotees and awards them with ultimate knowledge and moksha.
Shrimali Ji says, The Dhyana Mantra of Goddess Dhumvati says that she is ugly and angry. She is tall and wears dirty clothes. Her ears are ugly and she has elongated teeth, and her breasts hang down. She has a nose shaped like a crow’s beak. She has the disposition of a widow. She has fearful eyes and her hands tremble. She holds a winnowing basket and with the other hand, she makes the gesture of bestowing boons. Her nature is discourteous. She asks for food and drink and she is never satisfied. She likes to create conflict, and she is always fearful in her appearance.
A devotee should chant Goddess Dhumvati mantra at least one lakh times on the 14th day of lunar phase during Krishna Paksha in solitude or in the cremation ground or in the forest and observe fast and remain silent the whole day and night. The black crow on her flag is a symbol of the dark forces and black magic. She is represented as riding a crow or a chariot without horses in a cremation ground. She is also known to give the supreme knowledge of the Universe, so she is also described as a great teacher.
Usage of Dhumvati Yantra
The Dhumvati Yantra is used to get protection from evil eyes and negative energies, to overcome obstacles, sadness, and depression. Dhumvati Yantra also provides us with all over success. Dhumvati Yantra can be established in house or office or can be worn as a pendant. Dhumvati Yantra is a sacred Yantra and consists of a figure or symbol that has simple geometric forms arranged in symmetric designs and has the power to attract the blessings of Goddess Dhumvati through its mantra.
Dhumvati Yantra can also be used for performing meditation over Goddess Dhumvati, which helps us being focused and mentally and emotionally more stable. This also helps us in attaining union with the divine Goddess through geometric visualization. Through this Yantra, we can achieve divine energy.
Benefits of Dhumvati Yantra
- It protects us from hidden enemies, misfortune and malefic energies.
- It helps us fulfill our desires and brings good fortune to us.
- It helps us by removing all the obstacles from our lives and providing us with success and prosperity.
- It helps in overcoming debts and poverty.
- Protects us against magical spells and evil thoughts.
How to install Dhumwati Yantra:
- Take a bath and purify your body and then perform pooja with a positive mind.
- Light the incense sticks or an oil lamp.
- Now place the Yantra along with the presiding deity of the Yantra and your Ishta Devata.
- A fresh fruit or fresh flower should be offered to the deity.
- With the help of a leaf, sprinkle the water on yourself and then on the Yantra.
- Chant the mantra of the Goddess 21 times and devote yourself to her.
- Perform meditation or focus on the Goddess to bless you.
The Yantra should be placed in the home or office facing towards East, or you can wear it as a pendant. You must worship it by focussing on it and saying prayers.
” Om Dhoom Dhoom Dhoomavati Phat Swaha ”
Ugra Dhumvati Mantra:
“Dhum Dhum Dhumavati Tantra Badham Stambhay Nashay Tthah Tthah”
Ugra Dhumvati mantra is chanted to remove black magic and remove all other obstacles.
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