Sri Sudarshana Homa 40 Day Deeksha March 6 - April 14 (7 days)

Sudarshana Homa, which is equivalent to 10 homas, is performed traditionally according to the Vedic rituals. This sacred fire ritual ceremony is dedicated to Sri Vishnu or Sri Narasimha Swamy, this powerful homa is performed to seek the benevolence of Lord Vishnu through his possession of Sudarshana, in the form of deity with 16. Performing this homa can alleviate one from unexplainable and life-threatening illnesses and health hazards, ward off the malefic or negative forces, protection from evil eyes, negative planetary positions, brings peace and harmony in life, restore wealth and prosperity.

This sponsorship includes for all 7 days of puja (April 8 - April 14)

Note: Sponsorship ends before 6:30am (EST) Apr 7, 2022

Special Instructions for Sponsorship Orders

Before each homam or puja is performed in Amma's Lalita Temple, a "sankalpa" is recited in Sanskrit, a divinely powerful language. During the sankalpa, the names of all the sponsors are recited. Amma assures us that when we are included in a sankalpa, we become spiritually connected to the power of the divine ceremony and receive its full benefits immediately, just as if we were physically present. 

In the section before below, please enter the name of the primary person for whom the puja is being sponsored. This name will be recited by the priest during the sankalpa. Please list up to four additional names and nakshatras only. It is not necessary to list all family members' names, as they will automatically receive blessings through the primary sponsor and 'Saha Kutumbasya'.. If you know the primary sponsor's nakshatra (Vedic birthstar), you may enter it below or use 'Nakshatra Unknown'. If you don't know the gotra, it's fine to leave this blank.


  • This Special Sudarshana Homa will take place at Amma's Penusila ashram in India.
  • Blessed and energized prasadam will be mailed to you. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, please allow several weeks after the completion of the event for the prasadam to reach you. Thank you for your understanding.

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