Havans

Homas are powerful ancient fire rituals that have been performed in Indian subcontinent by the Vedic sages for over more than 7000 years. This ancient ritual is a symbolic representation of the relationship between reality and the transcendental worlds. Through the medium of fire, the performer offers prayers and offerings to the universe and receives blessing and Divine energies.

Havan is a sacred fire ritual that has been in prominence in Hinduism and prevalent in a few other ancient cultures and religious groups in one way or the other. IT IS A RITUAL OF SACRIFICE- Sacrifice made to Fire God, Agni (one of the five elements).

Havans are age-old sacred rituals to invoke and propitiate various energies (deities) using the sacred fire as a medium for the attainment of various wishes and boons in the materialistic and the spiritual worlds as well.

In olden days they led a full life but were always preparing for the next stage with full awareness; and when it was time to leave either their attachment or the home they were fully prepared, not only physically, but mentally and spiritually as well.