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Mahalingarchana

Maha Ling Archana is a unique Vedic ritual to worship lord Siva in the name of “Uma Pardhiveswara Swamy”. It is performed by making 365 Mruthika Siva lingas, also known as Pardhiva lingas made of well prepared and sanctified clay. All these Siva lingams are arranged in the form of Kailasa prastharam which is a depiction of Siva Kailasam with 11 avaranas and 365 Rudra swaroopas representing each day in the year. Siva Shakti is invoked into each Siva lingam through Vedic mantras during Aavarana puja and worshiped with great devotion and bhakti to seek the blessings of Sri Uma Pardhiveswara Swamy for health, wealth, prosperity, protection, bliss, and ultimately, Mukti.

When to Perform Maha Lingarchana?

This pooja can be performed on Mondays, Shravan, Karthik months, or any auspicious Day.

Benefits of Maha Lingarchana:

> Performing Maha Lingarchana dissolves our past and birth Doshas.

> The karta (Sponsor) is blessed with good Health and wealth.

> Helps in improvement in employment, business, agriculture, legal and relationship issues.

> Provides an abundance happiness, prosperity, and peace in one’s family life