Laghaya navāvaraṇapūjā which was published in six parts on October 13, 2013 can be downloaded from the following link.
LAGHAYA NAVĀVARAṆA PŪJĀ
October 15, 2013 07:34 AM
thanks a lot for the short version of navavarna pooja.
October 19, 2013 06:25 AM
Dear Raviji,Yesterday i had the bhakyam of doing the laghaya navavarana pooja as it was sharad pournima.i have followed the short version of navavarana pooja given by you with little additions.In the place of the avahana, padya, argya aachamana upacharams, I have included shodasobacharam with srisuktham like aavahanam, aasanam, padyam, argyam, aachanmanam, snanam, vastram, abaranam, gandham and pushpam. Dupa, deepa, madhuparka, neivedhyam, thamboolam, karpoora neeranjanam were done at the end of navavarana pooja as mentioned.A simple abesheka was performed to my srichakra with milk, turmeric and sandal. I have also included yatha shakthi mula mantra jaba towards the end of the pooja.With all these additions it took me 1 and 1/2 hours. till patra sadhanam it took 20 to 25 mins. upacharams,navavaranam and other conclusion poojas took 1 hour. If some one wants to do navavaranam has to by-heart Kadgamala. it will make the pooja still more easier and can save more time. I am a beginner, i have not yet by-hearted the kadgamala.
October 19, 2013 09:12 AM
As said earlier, in laghu navāvaraṇa pūjā, detailed pātra sādana is not there. If pātra sādana is not learnt, navāvaraṇa pūjā can never be learnt. Regular navāvaraṇa pūjā, could take anywhere between 4 to 8 hours. While performing regular/detailed navāvaraṇa pūjā, we cannot be in the learning stage. In order to mitigate these difficulties, laghaya navāvaraṇa pūjā is introduced. Laghaya navāvaraṇa pūjā can be further simplified, so that we can do it in about 30 to 45 minutes and this can be done daily. Thank you very much for sharing your experience.
September 01, 2016 04:04 AM
Ravi ji, Would you be able to please publish a further simplified Laghaya navavarana puja for regular Sri Chakra worship?
September 01, 2016 10:21 AM
I will try to do this as soon as possible.
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