Apart from the poojas performed for navagraha, Vedas mention many other powerful poojas which are performed in order to get blessings from a particular God or a pair of God and Goddess like Shiv Parvati and Lakshmi Narayan. A large number of such poojas are performed for different gods and goddesses depending upon what kind of result is required by the native and sometimes some natives get some of these poojas performed just in order to connect more closely and strongly to their Isht Devta like if someone is a devotee of Lord Shiva, he may get a Shiv Pooja performed without any materialistic wishes and just to get closer to Lord Shiva. Some pandits believe that most of such poojas should be performed at religious places like Trayambakeshwar temple of Lord Shiva in Nasik, Ujjain, Haridwar, Gayaji or Badrinath dham but these poojas can bless the native with their good results even if they are performed in the nearby temple of your town and the most important thing for these poojas to be effective is the procedure or vidhi of these poojas. The vidhi or procedure for most of these Vedic poojas is similar with some changes like the Mantra which is chanted during a pooja, the day of start and completion of a pooja, Havan samagri to be used during the completion day, things to be donated on the day of completion of a pooja and some other things may be different in case of different poojas. In today’s article we will discuss the procedure for conducting a Vedic Bagulamukhi or Shri Baglamukhi Puja in order to get specific good results from this pooja and from goddess Baglamukhi.

Shri Baglamukhi Pooja is performed with a specific count of chant or jaap of Shri Baglamukhi Mantra. Shri Baglamukhi Puja is generally performed for winning over the enemies, getting favorable decision from a court case, benefits from house of government and other such things. Shri Baglamukhi Puja is generally started on a Tuesday and it is generally completed on the following Tuesday where the day of start of a Shri Baglamukhi Pooja can sometimes change depending upon the time which is required by the Pandits doing this pooja to complete the chant of Shri Baglamukhi Mantra. Generally the Pandits are able to complete this chant or Jaap of Shri Baglamukhi Mantra in 7 days and hence this pooja is generally started on a Tuesday and it is completed on the following Tuesday and all the necessary steps for this pooja are conducted during this time which is Tuesday to Tuesday. Shri Baglamukhi Puja vidhi or procedure may include many different steps at many stages and it is not possible to mention all of these steps here but we will cover most of the important steps for this pooja.