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Mantras are an integral part of Vedic healing rituals created by ancient Indian sages (rishis). In addition to mantras, these healing rituals include puja (pooja) phonetically pudža, gift giving, yantra, meditation, wearing a talisman, etc. The most effective and sages most used form of treatment is puja (pooja), ie the ritual of invoking higher powers

For practitioners of various forms of puja, its religious connection in the form of prayers, ceremonies, and prayers for God's help and guidance is important.

The purpose and goal of these rituals is to help people from the bad influences of the planets that come upon them as a result of karmic load.

The word karma comes from Sanskrit, and literally means "that which is caused and works." Karma means that everything we do, not only our actions but also our words and thoughts, produces the corresponding effects that appear earlier, or It is basically the first and most important cosmic law of cause and effect.

In Eastern philosophies, including Hinduism, for which the notion of reincarnation is completely common and natural, i.e. the eternal cycle of birth and death, then the karmic burden can pass from past lives.

Vedic healing rituals are of irreplaceable importance in connection with palm leaf libraries. In palm leaf libraries, these healing rituals are called REMEDIES in English, PARIHARMY in Tamil, and are therefore in Czech translation so-called "healing or corrective measures", or "karma cleaning"

These remedial or corrective measures are part of the interpretation in palm leaf libraries. Their detailed description is given in the khandams (chapters) of Shanthi and Deeksha.

However, the performance of these healing rituals is not obligatory, and it is up to anyone interested in reading from palm leaf libraries whether to decide for them on the basis of their free will.

In palm leaf libraries, we talk about the following healing rituals, which can generally be divided as follows:


Guruda (Gurudakshina or Guruthan) Pooja

This puja (pooja) means the donation of flowers, fruits, sweets, clothes or finances to the narrator of the nadi, who performed the interpretation from the palm leaf. At the same time you will receive his blessing. This ritual can also be performed in the Czech Republic.

General Pooja

This general puja (pooja) is performed to improve life and good health.

Aayul Omam Pooja

This puja (pooja) is performed to prolong human life.

Ganapathi Omam Pooja

This puja (pooja) is performed against bad times, cleansing from black magic and on the first day when moving into a new house or apartment.

Mangalya Thosha Nivarthi pooja

It is performed to eliminate problems in marriage, to gain constructive energy and for a happy married life.

Aathma Shanthi Pooja

This puja (pooja) is performed on death in the family and must be performed on the sea shore. It is similar to the funeral mass in Christian mythology.


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- lighting lamps, candles or incense sticks in the temple


Sri Sudarshana Maha Mantra, Lakshmi Mantra, Aisvarya Moola Mantra, Sadatcharam Mantra, Shiva Shakthi Mantra

These mantras are performed mainly to remove or minimize the karmic burden of past lives and to eliminate or minimize problems caused by envy, enemies, curses, etc.

They are usually performed early in the morning, when the best time to sing them. The mantras are repeated 108 to 1008 times a day for a period of time called the "mandalam", which lasts 48 days. The number of "mandalas" is usually from one to five.

At the end of this ritual, everyone who has completed it will receive from the palm leaf library a copper plate on which the performed mantra is engraved. This mantra must be stored in the house of the person concerned to protect him from all adverse influences. It is also possible to wear a special protective talisman or bracelet.

Vedic healing rituals are performed after the interpretation of palm leaves directly in India. They are mostly performed by priests in Indian temples. If your interpretation is done via Skype, it is possible to request these rituals to be performed remotely.