“हेयम् दुःखमनागतम्" || Heyum dukhaman agatham "avert the danger that has not yet come" पूर्वजन्मकृतम्पापंव्याधिरूपेणबाधते।तच्छांतिःऔषधैःदानैःजपहोमक्रियादिभिः॥ Poorva Janma kritam papam vyadhi roopena badhatey | Tat shanthihi aushadaihi danaihi japa homa kriyadibhihi || Enliven natural law for a specific desired effect.

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A yagya, also spelled as Yajna or anglicized as Yagya, Yagna, or Anushthan, is a Vedic fire ceremony that serves as a medium to connect humans with the divine. During the ceremony, various offerings are made to the sacred fire, accompanied by prayers and chanting. The sponsor of the yagya seeks blessings such as good crop, cattle, weather, progeny, good health, happiness, and more. While often referred to as “Homa” or “Havana,” yagya is a distinct ritual from these. Read More

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About Yagyas

A yagya (Sanksrit: संस्कृत Yajna; also anglicized as Yagya, Yagna or Anushthan) is a Vedic fire ceremony that connects humans with the divine. Various offerings are made to the sacred fire along with prayers and chanting. The sponsor of the yagya requests favors such as a good crop, cattle, good weather, progeny, good health, happiness, etc. Yagya is often called “Homa” or “Havana”, however these are different rituals.

A Homa/Yagya is an elaborate sacred Vedic ritual performed by trained Vedic priests or pundits. As prescribed in the Sacred Vedic scriptures, precision and timing along with intention are paramount. Ancient Maha Rishis and Saints have passed down this knowledge and the various procedures of performing Yagyas to their disciples continuing to today. Ancient Vedic civilization included Yagayas as a regular part of both individual and community life.

As spiritual beings living a human experience, We can choose to rely exclusively on material resources, or we can petition the aid of our divine friends. A Vedic priest contacts the deities through the yagya and seeks their grace through divine energy on behalf of the person requesting the yagya. Improved health, prosperity, spiritual enlightenment, etc. are achieved with support of the divine and nature.

The Divine’s response is naturally mysterious, however this is not magic. Dramatic results such as recovery from terrible disease are possible, However the yagya itself does not remove the disease, but clears away karmic obstacles to allow the medical treatments to work. Think of an umbrella in the rain. If rain is forecast, it can’t be changed. However, just as an umbrella protects you from the rain, yagyas reduce negative karma’s effect by reducing the intensity of any misfortunes. The situation is then brought to a bearable level for the patron.

We don’t claim to cure every condition, We merely do all that is possible to allow Divine intervention to ease life and make it more positive. Think of it as an individual, family or business insurance policy. Global welfare and world peace are possible as well.

Just like pouring water on the roots of the tree will help it to blossom and produce beautiful flowers and fruit, prayers and offerings to the God of Fire during Yagyas/Homas help achieve the desired result. The results vary depending on the person’s negative or positive karmic level, their faith, dedication and other factors. According to the Shastras: “Depending on the karmas of the previous birth, one will endure difficulties in life such as diseases, financial troubles, disappointments etc. These can be reduced in intensity or neutralized through treatments, charity, performance of Japa, Homa/Yagyas, or other such good deeds.”

“पूर्व जन्म कृतम् पापं व्याधिरूपेण बाधते । तच्छांतिः औषधैः दानैः जप होम क्रियादिभिः ॥ “

“Poorva Janma kritam papam vyadhi roopena badhatey I Tat shanthihi aushadaihi danaihi japa homa kriyadibhihi II”

How can one save him/herself from severe difficulties? How to find out when one needs help?

Sanskrit says – “हेयम् दुःखमनागतम् “

“Heyum dukham anagatham II” “avert the danger that has not yet come.”

Astrology is the Divine Shastra (Divine Subject) that has evolved from Sacred Vedic Texts for the purpose of predicting the future. This Astrological science is based on the date of birth, time of birth, and place of birth, and is connected directly with one’s natal chart and moon constellation. An astrologer uses this information, along with calculations to predict a person’s future based on the planet’s movements in his/her natal chart. Astrological Science in Sanskrit is known as ‘Jyotishya Vidya’ – ‘Jyoti’ means light, and ‘Isya’ means ‘Ishwara,’ or ‘Lord.’ Together, We get ‘The light that leads towards the Lord’. Light comes from peace, happiness and contentment which leads one to the Lord through self-realization. Astrology with the help of Homas/Yagyas helps one to avert danger before it arrives.

Yagyas and Homas use the laws of nature to assist or reduce any tendency before it manifests. They work to reduce negativity while bringing support for success and fulfillment. Past negative karma is counteracted, creating positive karma for the present and future. Yagyas and Homas in combination with astrological analysis are the most reliable and proven remedial measures to avert danger and reduce negativity.

Yagyas counter specific health issues, financial difficulties, relationship worries and difficult astrological life periods. They also encourage protection, support in personal/business ventures and spiritual development. The Vedas prescribe many kinds of Yagyas and Homas to tackle just about every situation. Similar to modern medicine, one must follow a combination of prescriptions to deal with the situation and return to good health. Yagyas and Homas work in a similar fashion, using a variety of rituals depending on the nature of the problem, the time and intensity of the situation. Finally, a well-qualified person who has thorough knowledge and experience in Jyotish, Yagyas and Homas is paramount to success.

For more information on Yagyas details, please contact Pundit C. S. Samavedula at: cs@vydic.org

In addition to the prescribed Yagyas, we also offer customized ones. The proper date and time are vital to any Ygaya. Once the Yagya is ordered, we will contact you via email or phone to get the date of birth, time of birth and birthplace location. Your gotra (Sanskrit for ancestral lineage or ancestral clan) is also necessary. All of this information then helps us select the proper day for your Yagya.

In addition to the prescribed Yagyas, we also offer customized ones. The proper date and time are vital to any Ygaya. Once the Yagya is ordered, we will contact you via email or phone to get the date of birth, time of birth and birthplace location. Your gotra (Sanskrit for ancestral lineage or ancestral clan) is also necessary. All of this information then helps us select the proper day for your Yagya.

Vedic Yagyas have a deep influence on one and all. Vedic science uses the support of nature, wisdom, the Vedas, Astrology and Mantras.

Pooja, Homa, Japa, Tarpana, Dana and Yagya are the common forms of Vedic remedies. Westerners know these all as “Yagya”, however differences do exist.


This is a simple form used in daily practice for everyone. A Lord is worshipped by 16 forms (Upacharas) of deities. The pooja ranges from a simple, short daily ritual at home to an elaborate one in a temple.


Homa (also known as Homam or Havan) is a small fire to which offerings are made.


Japa is the regular meditative repetition of a Sanskrit mantra of name of God for a specific number of times. The time period for Japa ranges from brief to very long. Japa enhances the spiritual strength of the person chanting.


Tarpanam is the recitation of the related mantra done to a Deity while placing some grains of rice along with holy water on a plate. The plate sits in front of a picture or statue of the Deity. The water is then left in a river or near any plant or tree where it then merges into the environment and blends with the overall level of consciousness. Nature supports the intention (Sankalpa) and achieves the desired effect.


Dana is making an offering at the end of the Yagya to a deity or planet. The Yagya’s energy is then transmitted to the sponsor.


Yagya is a very powerful fire ceremony and comes in many different forms. A specially trained vedic pandit chants sacred mantras and prayers over the fire. This is a very Saatvik (peaceful,balanced) and divine way to eliminate future worldly difficulties or to fulfill a particular wish.


Serving Vedic Yagya Remedies throughout the world for over 20 years.

Vedic Yagya Center was founded in 2002 by Pandit Sharma C.S. Samavedula, a 6th generation Sama Veda pandit, who has been performing Vedic yagyas for clients throughout the world for over 20 years.

The Center offers the most authentic and effective traditional Vedic yagyas, homas, and poojas as prescribed in the Vedas and Shastras to individuals, organizations and businesses. Sound vibrations of specific Sanskrit mantras during these performances alleviate many problems of our modern times.

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DISCLAIMER : request Vedic (Vydic) Yagya Center to perform the above-mentioned Poojas / Yagyas and agree to the above terms. The Yagyas will help to remove negative karma and help to co-create positive future karma. They work by divine power, however, it is important that I make every effort to comply with the instructions received and have faith and continue prayers. I agree that by participating in the Vedic (Vydic) Yagya Center any knowledge gained will not be used as a substitute for health care treatment, programs, or advice normally received from doctors, lawyers, or financial advisors. Vedic (Vydic) Yagya Center does not make any warranties or representations concerning any specific results or effects.