“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.

Dwadasa Jyotirlinga Maha Yagya

Remedies at Jyotirlinga:

Remedies at Jyotirlinga refer to the practices and rituals performed at the Jyotirlinga temples to seek blessings and solutions to various problems. These remedies can include performing a Yagya (sacred fire ritual), offering puja (worship) to the Jyotirlinga, reciting mantras or prayers, and taking a dip in the holy river nearby. Devotees believe that these remedies can help alleviate their problems and bring blessings, such as relief from physical and mental ailments, success in endeavors, and spiritual enlightenment.

Performing a Yagya (Homa) at any of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines is believed to bring several benefits to the devotees. Here are some of the benefits:

  1. Blessings of Lord Shiva: Jyotirlingas are believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva, and performing a Yagya in their presence is said to invoke the blessings of the Lord.
  2. Relief from sins and negativity: Yagya is believed to be a powerful tool to cleanse oneself of sins and negative energies and performing it at a Jyotirlinga shrine is said to amplify its effect.
  3. Protection from malefic influences: The Yagya is also believed to protect the devotee from negative influences like evil eye, black magic, and other malefic effects.
  4. Fulfillment of desires: The blessings of Lord Shiva received through the Yagya are believed to help fulfill one’s desires and aspirations.
  5. Health and well-being: Yagya is known to have a positive effect on one’s physical and mental health and performing it at a Jyotirlinga shrine is believed to bring additional benefits in this regard.
  6. Spiritual growth: Yagya is also seen as a means to enhance one’s spiritual growth, and performing it at a Jyotirlinga shrine is believed to accelerate this process.

Overall, performing a Yagya at a Jyotirlinga shrine is believed to bring a multitude of benefits to the devotee, both material and spiritual.

About Jyotirlinga:

Jyotirlingas are considered as sacred abodes of Lord Shiva, where “jyoti” refers to light and “linga” represents the aniconic form of Lord Shiva. According to mythology, once Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu engaged in a debate regarding their supremacy, and Lord Shiva manifested as a radiant beam of light that penetrated through all three realms. Brahma and Vishnu attempted to find the source and the end of the light column, but in vain. Brahma falsely claimed to have found it and was consequently cursed by Shiva never to be worshipped, while Vishnu acknowledged his defeat. These Jyotirlingas represent the spots where the column of light was witnessed, with a total of 64 of them, but only 12 are considered to be particularly sacred and significant, known as the Dwadasha Jyotirlingas. As per the Puranas, these 12 Jyotirlingas embody Lord Shiva’s presence. The Karthigai Deepam festival holds special significance as it is devoted to Lord Shiva, who manifested as an infinite column of light, symbolizing his boundless form and spirit that can never be destroyed. It falls on the night of Ardra nakshatra in Thiruvannamalai, where Lord Shiva embodied as Jyotirlinga. This festival is observed by lighting lamps to eliminate darkness or negative influences from one’s life and to bring in joy and prosperity. Performing Dwadasha Jyotirlinga Homam during Karthigai Deepam is considered especially significant.

The Jyotirlinga is a potent representation of Lord Shiva, signifying his primal energy, pure and omnipresent nature, as well as the unification of Shiva and Shakti. According to Vedic texts, installing a lingam in a household or a place of worship yields great benefits. Worshiping the linga cleanses sins and acts as a deterrent to any sinners in the vicinity of the linga, striking them down like a thunderbolt. Additionally, it bestows liberation on the soul, negates karmic effects, and promotes peace in one’s home. As per the Bhagavad Gita, creation occurs when Purusha and Prakriti merge, and the lingam is an excellent example of this truth. It is even believed that Brahma and Vishnu reside within the lingam. Thus, worshiping the lingam is tantamount to worshiping all the gods.

It is believed that the Jyotirlingas embody the light of Lord Shiva, and it is said that the lord visits these shrines in some form every day. According to the Puranas, these shrines possess the power to eradicate sins and purify the devotees, endowing them with enlightenment and divine knowledge. A grand homam dedicated to the Dwadasha Jyotirlingas is considered extremely auspicious as it offers the blessings of Lord Shiva, granting not just brightness and prosperity in life but also the power of visiting all the temples.

Twelve Jyotirlingas

Somnath Jyotirlinga

Conducting a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) in honor of Lord Somnath Jyotirlinga can relieve one from sins, afflictions, illnesses, and negative influences. Lord Somnath’s blessings can bestow upon an individual good health, wealth, prosperity, abundant knowledge, courage, and steadfast determination.

Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga

By conducting a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) dedicated to Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga, one can achieve great wealth and fame, have their deepest desires and aspirations fulfilled, and ultimately attain liberation (Mukti).

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga

Conducting a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) in honor of Mahakaleshwar can liberate the devotee from the fear of death and ailments. The benevolent lord ensures the protection of his devotees from all adversities and troubles.

Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga

Conducting a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) in honor of the benevolent Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga can safeguard devotees from harm and fulfill all their desires. Additionally, the lord bestows the blessing of moksha, which liberates one from the cycle of birth and death.

Kedarnath Jyotirlinga

A potent Yagya (sacred fire ritual) dedicated to Lord Kedarnath can absolve one from sins, shield them from negative forces and adversaries, and grant fulfillment of all their desires.

Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga

A Yagya (sacred fire ritual) dedicated to Lord Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga can offer protection to his devotees from their adversaries, as well as bless them with good health, prosperity, and happiness.

Kashi Vishwanath Jyotirlinga

Performing a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) to Kashi Vishwanath Jyotirlinga can remove obstacles in marriage, bless one with academic success, and bring about harmony and children. However, the most significant benefit is the attainment of salvation for all.

Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga

Conducting a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) to the Trimurthi (trinity) or Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga can bestow salvation and the blessings of the trinity gods for multiple boons.

Baidyanath Jyotirlinga

Performing a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) to Lord Baidyanath can protect one from all forms of evil, heal physical and mental ailments, and grant salvation.

Nageshwar Jyotirlinga

Conducting a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) in honor of Nageshwar Jyotirlinga can safeguard devotees from all kinds of poison, both physical and metaphorical. The lord can remove the negativity within oneself. The unique lingam of Nageshwar, also known as the Dwarka stone, is a special feature of this Jyotirlinga.

Ramanathaswamy, Rameswaram Jyotirlingam

According to the Padma Purana, Sri Rama declared “mat sthapitam Shiva linga”, meaning “I (Sri Rama) installed the Shiva Linga”. Performing a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) to Rameshwaram Jyotirlingam can nullify Rahu-Ketu affliction, provide relief from the cycle of birth and death, and ensure the well-being and prosperity of devotees.

Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga

Performing a Yagya (sacred fire ritual) to Lord Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga can bestow blessings upon devotees to reunite with their families, solve all problems, grant peace and tranquility, and enhance their spirituality.

Sri Dwadasha Jyotirlingam Stotram


Saurashtre Somanatham Cha Shrishaile Mallikarjunam |
Ujjaiyinyam Mahakaalam Omkarama-Maleshwaram |1||

Paralyam Vaidyanatham Cha Dakinyam Bheemashankaram |
Setubandhe Tu Ramesham Nagesham Darukavane |2||

Varanasyam Tu Vishvesham Tryambakam Gautamitate |
Himalaye Tu Kedaram Gushmesham Cha Shivalaye |3||

Atani Jyotirlingani Sayam Pratah Pathennarah |
Saptajanma Kritam Papam Smaranena Vinashyati |4||

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