Ganapathi Atharvashersha Havan

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Ganapathi Atharvashersha Havan


8 Brahmins will be performing the 1000 Paath and Havan 

About Ganapathi Atharvasheersha Havan : 

This havan is prescribed in the Atharva Veda itself. Through the Ganapathi Atharvasheersha Mantra, we invoke the grace and blessings of Lord Ganesh ji so that all the obstacles are removed in our path to progress, we are bestowed with everything. This is one of the most effective spiritual remedies. This is also one of the best poojas one can do at least once in a year so that you don’t come across any sort of problems for the rest of the year. Ghee, Lajja, Dhurva grass, 1000 modakas are offered to Lord Ganapathi as holy fire oblations.

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When should you get it done ?

Ganapathi Atharvasheersha Homa  or Havan is very auspicious to perform for Lord Ganesha especially on a Chaturthi day. As per the Phala shruti, those who get this havan done on a chaturthi day through a well learned and nishtavan brahmin will be blessed to be a Vidyavaan - he or she will be blessed with extremely good  education and knowledge.

This havan can be performed on any day during the week. Most auspicious days would be during Ganesha Chaturthi or Sankashta hara chaturthi. Angaraka chaturthi day (Chaturthi that falls on a tuesday) is considered even more auspicious.

It is also  sensible to get this done either during your birth day or during the beginning of the new year with an intention that the rest of the year goes smooth and successful.

Performing this with 1000 dhurvas will bestow one with wealth like Kubera himself, offering Modaka which is very dear to Lord Ganesha will bless one to  be a - buddhivantha, yashavantha - i.e. intelligent, enhance memory power,  will benefit in removing obstacles in life, offering laaja will get the benefit of yashas.

Why should you get it done ?

To be wealthy like Lord Kubera himself.

To excel in a particular field as an expert, to excel in education, enhance memory power, academics.

To seek protection from all directions.

To gain knowledge.

To be filled with chaitanya or divine energy (especially if you feel stressed and drained of energy, this will boost you).

To enhance leadership skills through the power of your speech.

To atone for your sins of the past births as well as the present birth.

To attain the chaturvidha purushartha - dharma, artha, kama, moksha.

To shine bright in all aspects of life like the Sun God.

To attain perfection in your field.

To achieve success in all spheres of life - sarva karya siddhi.

What will you receive as prasadam ?

You will receive havan raksha paste or powder as prasad.

Following are the dates on which you can book for the pooja with your name, star and gotra of yourself and your family members. 

For the year 2015- 

January(ThursdaySankashti Chaturthi

07February(Saturday)Sankashti Chaturthi

09March(Monday)Sankashti Chaturthi

08April(Wednesday)Sankashti Chaturthi

07May(Thursday)Sankashti Chaturthi

05June(Friday)Sankashti Chaturthi

05July(Sunday)Sankashti Chaturthi

03August(Monday)Sankashti Chaturthi

01September(Tuesday)Angarki Chaturthi

01October(Thursday)Sankashti Chaturthi

30October(Friday)Sankashti Chaturthi


29November(Sunday)Sankashti Chaturthi

28December(Monday)Sankashti Chaturthi

For the year 2016 -

27 January       (Wednesday)             Sankashti Chaturthi


26February(Friday)Sankashti Chaturthi

27March(Sunday)Sankashti Chaturthi

25April(Monday)Sankashti Chaturthi

25May(Wednesday)Sankashti Chaturthi

23June(Thursday)Sankashti Chaturthi

23July(Saturday)Sankashti Chaturthi

21August(Sunday)Sankashti Chaturthi

19September(Monday)Sankashti Chaturthi

19October(Wednesday)Sankashti Chaturthi


17November(Thursday)Sankashti Chaturthi

17December(Saturday)Sankashti Chaturthi

About Sankashta hara chaturthi : 

Each lunar month in Hindu calendar has two Chaturthi Tithis. The one after Purnimasi or full moon during Krishna Paksha is known as Sankashti Chaturthi and the one after Amavasya or new moon during Shukla Paksha is known as Vinayaka Chaturthi.

Although Sankashti Chaturthi fasting is done every month but the most significant Sankashti Chaturthi falls in month of Magha according to Purnimant School and in month of Paush according to Amavasyant School.

If Sankashti Chaturthi falls on Tuesday it is called Angarki Chaturthi and it is considered highly auspicious. Sankashti Chaturthi fast is mostly observed in Western and Southern India especially in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.

Note - 24-hour clock with local time & DST adjusted for all moonrise timings (if applicable)

Devotees of Lord Ganesha keep fast from sunrise to moonrise on Sankashti Chaturthi. Sankashti means deliverance during troubled times. Lord Ganesha, the supreme lord of intelligence, symbolizes the remover of all obstacles. Hence it is believed that one can get rid of all obstacles by observing this fast.

The fast is supposed to be strict and only fruit, roots (the part of a plant which is below ground) and vegetable products are supposed to be consumed. The staple Indian diet on Sankashti Chaturthi includes Sabudana Khichadi, potato and peanuts. Devotees break the fast at night after sighting of the moon.

In North India Sankashti Chaturthi during Magha month is known as Sakat Chauth. Also Vinayaka Chaturthi during Bhadrapada month is known as Ganesha Chaturthi. Ganesha Chaturthi is celebrated by Hindus all over the world as the birthday of Lord Ganesha.

Sankashti Chaturthi is also known as Ganesh Sankatahara or Sankatahara Chaturthi among South indian Hindus.

About Ganesha : 

GANA in Sanskrit means 'multitude'and 'ISHA' means Lord. GANESH therefore literally means 'THE LORD OF ALL BEINGS'.

Ganesha is the first son of Lord Shiva. Shiva represents the supreme Reality. Ganesha symbolise's one who has realised the Reality. One who has discovered the godhood in him. Such a man is said to be the lord of all beings. Ganesha is known by other names as well. Ganapati, Gajanana, vinayaka, Vighneshwara. Gajanana means 'elephant-faced' Gaja-elephant. Ganesha has four arms. The four arms represent the four inner equipment's of the subtle body, namely mind, intellect, ego and conditioned-consciousness. In one hand he holds an axe and in another a rope. The axe symbolise's the destruction of all desires and attachments and their consequent agitation's and sorrows. The rope is meant to pull the seeker out of his worldly entanglements and bind him to the everlasting and enduring bliss of his own Self.

There is a delightful story about a contest between Lord Ganesha and his brother, Kartikeya. Kartikeya was very proud of his mount, the peacock, and his own speed and efficiency. He challenged Lord Ganesha to a race which would involve encircling the world three times. Lord Shiva signaled to indicate that the race had begun. Kartikeya immediatly climbed atop his peacock and left to circle the whole world. Ganpati just smiled. He encircled Lord Shiva and Godess Parvati thrice. When Kartikeya came back to Mount Kailash, he was very surprised to find Ganpati there. Ganpati told him that ones parents are one's own world and encircling them means encircling the world. He had thus won the race.

Lord Ganapati has several names like Ganesha, Gajaanana, Ekadanta, Lambodara, Kapila, Vakratunda, Surpakarna, Heramba, Vighnaraja, Siddhivinayaka, Mushikavahana etc. signifying his multifarious attributes.

Ganapathi Atharvasheersha Stotra : 

Om bhadram karne-bhih srunuyama devah ; 
bhadram pashye-maksa-bhir-yajatrah ; 
sthirai- rangais-tustuvam-sastanu-bhih ; 
vyasema devahitam yadayuh ; svasti na indro vrddha-sravah ; 
swasti nah pusa visvavedah ; svasti nastarksyso arista-nemih ; 
svasti no brhas-patir-dadhatu ; om santih santih santih 

Om purna-madah ; purna-midam ; purnat-purnamuda chyate ; 
purnasya purna-madaya , purna -meva vasisyate
om santih santih santih

Om Namste Ganpataye

Tvameva Pratyaksham Tatvamasi

Tvamev Kevalam Kartasi

Tvamev Kevalam Dhartasi

Tvamev Kevlam Hartasi

Tvamev Sarvam Khalvidam Bramhasi

Tvam Sakshadatmasi Nityam || 1 ||


O Lord Ganesha

I Pay my deep homage to you, the Lord of the Deva-Gana

You are the first facet of the Bramha-Tatva to arise

You have alone created this Entire universe

You alone can maintain this universe

You are indeed the all conquering supreme Lord

Indeed you are the "ATMA" || 1 ||


Rritam Vachmi

Satyam Vachmi || 2 ||


Speak noble fact

Speak complete Truth || 2 ||


Ava tvam Mam

Ava Vaktaram

Ava Shrotaram

Ava Dataram

Ava Dhataram

Avanuchanamv Shishyam

Ava Pascha tat

Ava Puras tat

Avo Uttaratat

Ava Dakshina tat

Ava chordhvatat

Ava Dhara tat

Sarvatomam Pahi Pahi Samantat || 3 ||


Protect me

Protect the one who Describes you

Protect all who hear about your characteristics

Protect me & the disciples who are under Tutelage

Protect me from the obstacles (which arise during Rituals)

From the east (Similarly)

Protect me from the West,

From the North

From the South

Protect me from above & below

Protect me from all directions || 3 ||


Tvam Vangmayastvam Chinmaya ha 

Tvam Anandmayastvam Bramhamaya ha 

Tvam Sachitananda Dvitiyosi

Tvam Pratyaksham Bramhasi

Tvam Jnanmayo Vijnanamayo Asi || 4 ||


You are the constituent of speech

You are Joy & Immortal Consciousness

You are Truth, Mind & Bliss... one without a second

You are none other than divinity

You are Knowledge of Gross & Subtle types || 4 ||


Sarvam Jagadidam Tatvo Jayate

Sarvam Jagadidam Tvat Sti Shastati

Sarvam Jagadidam Tvayi Layamesyati

Sarvam Jagadidam Tvayi Pratyeti

Tvam Bhumi Rapo Nalo Nilo Nabha ha

Tvam Chatvarim Vak Padani || 5 ||


All the Universes manifest due to you

All the Universes are sustained by you

All the Universes get destroyed in you

All the Universes finally get merged in you

You alone are Earth. Water, Fire, Air & Either

You are the 4 types of speech & the root source of sound || 5 ||


Tvam Guna Traya Atitaha

Tvam Deha Treya Atitaha

Tvam Kala Treya Atitaha

Tvam Avastreya Atitaha

Tvam Muladhara Stoti Yosi Nityam 

Tvam Shakti Treya Atmakaha

Tvam Yogino Dhayayanti Nityam 

Tvam Bramhastvan, Vishnustvam, Rudrastvam, Indrastvam Agnistvam, Vayustvam, Suryastvam, Chndramastvam, Bramha Bhur Bhuva Svorom || 6 || 


You are beyond the 3 'GUNAS', (Satva; Pure, Rajas: Activating & Tamas: Dull)

You are beyond the 3 Bodies; (Gross, Subtle & Casual)

You are beyond Past, Present & Future (3 State of Time)

You are beyond 3 states of being; (Awake, dream & Deep Sleep)

You always Reside in the "MULADHARA" Chakra

You are the trinity of Power; (Creative Maintaining & Destructive Powers)

Sages always Meditate on you

You are the creator. Sustainer, Destroyer, The Lord of 3 worlds, Fire, Air, Sun, Moon, You are all inclusive & all Pervading || 6 ||


Ganadim Purvamuccharaya Varnadim Tada Nantaram

Anusvara Parataraha

Ardhendu Lasitam

Taren Hridam

Etatva Manu Svarupam

Gakarah Purva Rupam

Akaro Madhyam Rupam

Anu Svaraschaantya Rupam

Bindu Ruta Rupam 

Nadah Sandhanam 

Sagm Hitaa Sandihi 

Sesha Ganeshvidhya 

Ganaka Rishi; Nichrud Gayatri chandah 

Ganpatir devata 

Om 'GUNG' Ganpataye Namah || 7 ||


After Describing the Characteristics & Cosmic Attributes Of Lord Ganesha, Atharvan Rishi Gives us the Sacred "GANESH VIDYA" i.e. the Mantra which Reveals the Sacred Form of Lord Ganesh. The Letter "GA" is to be enunciated, following by "NA" This one word Mantra is then Potentiated with the "PRANAVA" "OM". This is Sacred Mantra. (In order to make it Simpler, Atharvan Rishi Present the above easier FASHION, Remember that Knowledge was transmitted orally in those days.)

"GA" is the first part, "Na" is the middle & end "UM" formed by the bindu is conjoined with the foregoing & all of them form the Sacred word. This Mantra if pronounced properly, has the power of revaling The Divine Lord Ganesh, The sage who receives the Mantra is Ganaka & the Metre is "NICHRAT GAYATRI" The Diety is Ganapati. Om 'GANG' Ganapati My salutation to you || 7 ||

Saying Thus, The Devotees should bow to the Lord.


Ek Dantaya Vid Mahe vakra Tundaya Dhimahi 

Tanno danti Prachodayat || 8 ||


Mediate on the single Tusked Lord, with bent Trunk

May He Grant Knowledge & Inspire me || 8 ||


Ek Dantam Chatur Hastam Pashmam Kusha Dharinam

Radamch Vardam Hastair Bhi Bhranum Mushaka Dhvajam 

Raktam Lambodaram Shoorpakarnkam Rakta Vasasamam

Raktam Gandhanu Liptangam Rakta Pushpaihi saupujitam

Bhaktanu Kampinam Devam Jagat Karnam Achutam 

Avir Bhutam Cha Shrasta Yadao, Prakruthe Purushat Param 

Evam Dhayayati Yo Nityam, Sa Yogi Yoginam Varah || 9 ||


The "SAGUNA" Form of Lord Ganesha is presented in the above Shloka I salute the Lord with 1 tusk (Right side) Who has 4 hands;

Upper Right carrying binding rope; Upper left hoalding goad; lower left carrying Broken tusk & the lower right blesses us, the mouse on his banner is also his vehicle.

He is blood red in colour; Pot-Bellied; He has elephant ears & wears red clothes

He is smeared with red sandalwood & decorated with red flowers

He is eternally blessings his devotees & was existing before Cosmos

He is beyond "PRAKRITI" & "PURUSHA" & is ever creating universes

One who meditates on him constantly, is a Supreme Yogi || 9 ||

(This is the Ganesh "Gayatri", Which is Self Sufficient)


Namo Vrat Pataye, Namo Ganapataye 

Namo Pramatha patye, Namste Stu Lambodaraya Ekdantaya, Vighna Nashine Shiv Sutaya, Sri Varad Murtiye Namo Namah || 10 ||


Salutations to you Lord of all Deities, Ganas & all beings

(Salutations To) The Post-Bellied one with 1 Tusk who destroys all obstacles, son if Shiva The Divine Lord who grants, Boons (We bow to you) Taking your name || 10 ||


etadatharvashiirsham yo.adhiite .. sa brahmabhuuyaaya kalpate ..

.. sa sarva vighnairnabaadhyate .. sa sarvatah sukhamedhate

sa panchamahaapaapaatpramuchyate ..

saayamadhiiyaano divasakritam paapam naashayati ..

praataradhiiyaano raatrikritam paapam naashayati ..

saayampraatah prayunjaano apaapo bhavati ..

sarvatraadhiiyaano.apavighno bhavati ..

dharmaarthakaamamoksham cha vindati ..

idamatharvashiirshhamashishhyaaya na deyam ..

yo yadi mohaaddaasyati sa paapiiyaan bhavati..

sahasraavartanaat yam yam kaamamadhiite..

tam tamanena saadhayet  || 11 ||


The one who studies Atharvasiirsham becomes qualified to become Brahma himself. He will not be afflicted by any obstacles and attains all-round happiness. He will be released from the five great sins. If one studies this Upanishad in the evening he is absolved of the sins committed during the day; if studied in the morning the sins of the night are washed away; if studied both in the morning and evening, one is totally absolved of all sins. If studied always, one is freed from all obstacles; one obtains the benefits of all the four Purushaarthas (dharma, artha, kaama and moksha). However, one should not teach this to the undeserving student i.e. to the one who does not have faith and devotion to this scripture. If done so, out of greed for wealth, such a teacher becomes a great sinner. If one studies this Upanishad a thousand times according to prescribed Shastras, one achieves whatever is desired for.11

anena ganapatimabhishhinchati sa vaagmii bhavati ..

chaturthyaamanashnan japati sa vidyaavaan bhavati .

sa yashovaan bhavati ..

ityatharvanavaakyam .. brahmaadyaavaranam vidyaat

na bibheti kadaachaneti .. 12..

The devotee who performs Abhishek to the idol of Ganapati becomes a master in the art of speech. The devotee who studies this scripture on the Chaturthi by observing fast becomes a great and famous scholar. This is the final opinion of the Atharvasirsha. The one who practices this Brahma Vidya knows no fear, never.12

yo duurvaankurairyajati sa vaishravanopamo bhavati ..

yo laajairyajati sa yashovaan bhavati ..

sa medhaavaan bhavati ..

yo modakasahasrena yajati

sa vaanchitaphalamavaapnoti ..

yah saajyasamidbhiryajati

sa sarvam labhate sa sarvam labhate .. 13..

He who worships with 'Dhuurva'  becomes equal to the lord of wealth (Kubera), the worshipper who uses rice flakes, becomes a man of fame and scholarship, if one worships by offering a thousand coconuts and sugar mixed rice balls, obtains whatever is desired for and one who performs Yagna with ghee and ‘samidha’ sticks attains everything, everything indeed.13


ashhtau braahmanaan samyag graahayitvaa

suuryavarchasvii bhavati ..

suuryagrahe mahaanadyaam pratimaasannidhau

vaa japtvaa siddhamantro bhavati ..

mahaavighnaat pramuchyate .. mahaadoshhaat pramuchyate ..

mahaapaapaat pramuchyate ..mahaapratyavaayaat pramuchyate..

sa sarvavidbhavati sa sarvavidbhavati ..

ya evam veda ityupanishad .. 14..

By teaching this (atharva) to eight brahmins properly, one becomes bright like the Sun. If the idol of Ganapati is worshipped by chanting this mantra, at the time of the solar eclipse, by standing in a great river like Ganga or Yamuna etc., one gets the full effect of the mantra and becomes a Siddha in that field. He is released from great obstacles, great defects/imperfections and great sins. He who knows this truth becomes the all-knower; he becomes the all-knower. Know this as the end of the Upanishad.14


.. shaanti mantra ..Peace Invocation


aum sahanaavavatu .. sahanaubhunaktu ..

saha viiryam karavaavahai ..

tejasvinaavadhiitamastu maa vidvishhaavahai ..

aum shaantih . shaantih .. shaantih...


Let us both (the teacher and the taught) be protected together, let us
enjoy together, let us endeavour together, let our study be resplendent, let us not hate or quarrel with each other.

Om Peace Peace Peace

May there be peace all around (both outside and inside us).


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