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GOMAYA Hawan/Havan Samagri


  • Havan Samagri Made with Gir Cow Ghee
  • Availability – Available
  • Weight – 200 g
Category: Product ID: 4070


Hawan – Yagya Samagri : with Gir Cow Ghee

अथ यद्यज्ञ इत्याचक्षते ब्रह्मचर्यमेव
 तद्ब्रह्मचर्येण ह्येव यो ज्ञाता तं
विन्दतेऽथ यदिष्टमित्याचक्षते ब्रह्मचर्यमेव
 तद्ब्रह्मचर्येण ह्येवेष्ट्वात्मानमनुविन्दते ॥ १ ॥

What is commonly called Yajna is really the chaste life of the student of sacred knowledge,
  for only through the chaste life of a student does he who is a knower find that,
What is commonly called Istam (sacrificial offering) is really the chaste life of the student of sacred knowledge,
  for only having searched with chaste life of a student does one find Atman (Soul, Self) || 1 ||


The changing nature of Vedic offerings

The nature of Vedic sacrifice and rituals evolved over time, with major changes during the 1st millennium BCE, changes that influenced concepts later adopted by other traditions such as Buddhism.[16] Early Vedic period sacrifices involved animal sacrifice, but the rituals were progressively reinterpreted over time, substituting the offerings and making it non-violent or symbolic, with the superiority of knowledge and celebration of sound of mantra replacing the physical offerings. Ultimately, the external rituals were reformulated and replaced with “internal oblations performed within the human body”.[16] These ideas of substitution, evolution from external actions (karma-kanda) to internal knowledge (jñana-kanda), were highlighted in many rituals-related sutras, as well as specialized texts such as the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad (~800 BCE), Chandogya UpanishadKaushitaki Upanishad and Pranagnihotra Upanishad.[17][18]

The Vedic text Satapatha Brahmana defines a sacrifice as an act of abandonment of something one holds of value, such as oblations offered to god and dakshina (fees, gifts) offered during the yajna.[16] For gifts and fees, the text recommends giving cows, clothing, horses or gold.[16] The oblations recommended are cow milk, ghee (clarified butter), seeds, grains, flowers, water and food cakes (rice cake, for example). Similar recommendations are repeated in other texts, such as in the Taittiriya Shakha 2.10 of the Krishna Yajurveda).[19]

Tadeusz Skorupski states that these sacrifices were a part of ritual way of life, and considered to have inherent efficacy, where doing these sacrifices yielded repayment and results without the priests or gods getting involved.[16] These Vedic ideas, adds Skorupski, influenced “the formulation of Buddhist theory of generosity”.[16] Buddhist ideas went further, criticizing “the Brahmins for their decadence and failure to live in conformity with the Brahmanic legacy of the ancient Brahmins”, who claimed the Vedic ancients “lived in self restraint, were ascetics, had no cattle, no gold, and no wealth”.[20] The Buddha sought return to more ancient values, states Tadeusz Skorupski, where the Vedic sages “had study as their grain and wealth, guarded the holy life as their treasure, praised morality, austerity and nonviolence; they performed sacrifices consisting of rice, barley and oil, but they did not kill the cows”.[20]

Yagya Essential Havan Samagri :- is a mixture of various dried herbal medicines, roots and leaves and this is offered in the ablazed fire which disseminates in micro form, in the air, to purify the environment besides activating the air as disinfectant germicidal agent.

In fact Havan is performed as a personal ritual performed for the benefit of the society or the whole living beings.

The most important element or objective of Agnihotra/Yagna (Havan) is to inculcate the habit or spirit of sacrificing and contributing for the benefit of all, rather than for one own self.

Havan Samagri with Pure GIR Cows Ghee

Once your offerings are poured into the fire, you lose all your control over those offerings since the ablazed fire transforms all the offerings converted into micro-form and distributes the benefit resultant products of those offered material to everyone around without any distinction or difference equal to all. That is Yagna -spirit of doing service to others.

By reciting Mantras and Shlokas (Hymns) the performer benefits to sing praise of the Almighty through oblations as submission to God and seek His blessings. Through these oblations the performers attempts to remind themselves that nothing belongs to them and their offerings of samagri containing aromatic, anti-pollutant, disinfectant nourishing and nutritive fruits after burning in microform should help all the living beings irrespective of class, specie, caste or size.

Hawan Samagri online is made of mainly four types of ingredients :

  1. Keetanu Nasak ( Anti Bacterial )
  2. Sugandhit ( Full of Fragrance )
  3. Swasthya Vardhak ( Medicinal action Property )
  4. Paushtik ( Healthy Nature )

Below some of the ingredients used in making of our Sarvottam Super quality Hawan Samagri are listed below. Total number of ingredients are aroud 70 leaving edible Sweets , Dry fruits & Rice,Barley, Kala Til, & Desi pure Ghee etc. these items are to be added before performing Hawan. One thing note specially that always use Desi GIR Breed Cow Ghee made from Cow Milk for mixing in Hawan Samagri & also for Aahutis in hawan Baheda, Anwala, Harr, Bawachi, Nagarmotha, Guggal, Talish Patra, Indra Jou, Nag Keshar, Deodar, Lal Chandan Wood, Jata Masi { Balchhad }, Agar Wood, Tagar Wood, Cloves, Nutmeg, Cardomom Green, Kapoor Kachari, Jara Kush, Sugandh Mantri, Sugandh Bala, Sugandh Kokila, Howber, Tomad Beej, Tej Bal Wood, Sandal Wood, Bach, Bay Leaves, Dry Eucalyptus leaves, Daru Haldi, Dhawai Phool, Copra, Chharila, Guruch, Kamal Gatta etc. are main ingrdients of Hawan Samagri . In addition to above material Sweet material { Sugar/ Gur/ Mishri }, Cow Ghee, dry fruits { Chhohara(Dry Dates), Kishmish, Chiroungi, Makhana, Gari Gola } , Rice, Jou( Barley), Kala Til are to be added before use. In order to make it more compatible & effective some quantity of Cloves, Nutmeg & Mace is also recommended. To avoide early dammage due to eatable & sweet material we do not mix any dry fruits & sweet material during production, all these material should be best mixed just before the use or you can prepare the complete mixture for 1 or 2 week use. The Procedure of performing Yagya{ Hawan } is not very typical any one can easily mannage it will be more easy if take guidance of any book of Arya Samaj you will also found Ved Mantras to be pronounced with Aahuties.

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Weight 210 g


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