Lord Shiva is the main deity in Hindu religion and millions of Hindus all over the world devote their worship to seek his blessings. The holiest shrines of Lord Shiva in India are the Jyotirlinga temples at Varanasi, Nashik, Ujjain, Rameshwaram and many other locations.The main aim of devotees is to take a holy visit to this Jtotirlinga temple and perform poojas at these auspicious locations. But die to the hectic life and responsibilities, it is impossible to go across the country form one location to another. Maha Mritunjaya Jaap is one of the most important Shiva Poojas and gives tremendous benefits to the person. This pooja even has an ability to lengthen the lifespan of devotees and save them from various ailments.
It can be performed at home by the devotees.
Items Required For Maha Mrityunjaya Jaap At Home
1) Ghee, gangajal, honey, sugar, white cloth, scared thread, tulsi and bel leaves, dhatura, sandalwood paste and rice.
2) Other items include lamps, flowers, fruits, incense sticks, roli, scared red and white thread.
According to Shiv Purana, in case of fear, it is advised to chant the holy mantra 1100 times.
Disease – Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra
In order to get rid of the disease, chant Maha Mrityunjaya mantra 11000 times.
Fertility and Success
If one wishes for success and bear children, must chant holy mantra for 150000 times.
If one fears for untimely death then chant Maha Mrityunjaya jaap for 15000 times.
How to purify home with Mahamrityunjaya mantra
To purufy your home with Lord Shiva’s blessings and ward off evils and hint of death, you must follow this special protocol. Take a glass of water and sit facing east. Pray to Lord Shiva and close the top of the glass with your right hand palm. Chant the mantra for 1008 times and spray the water inside the house. Take few spoons and give it to the members of the family.
Who is Lord Shiva?
Lord Shiva is the truth and the only one. He is the Brahma. We are Shiva and Shiva is us – the only main bridge between us and Shiva is we are blinded by the Maya and fail to see being Shiva. He is the Universe itself and opens the portals to the multiverse.