Benefits of Havan: The latest research results of research institutes suggest that the havan is essential for good health along with making the environment pollution free. With the smoke of havan, there is a flow of life in life. There is also mention in Rigveda about getting rid of diseases through havan.
Havan requires purity so that its spiritual purity is maintained along with health. Take care of cleanliness before performing havan. Mango wood, vine, neem, palash plant, kaliganj, cedar root, cluster bark and leaf, peepar bark and stem, plum, mango leaf and stem, sandal wood, sesame, berries for havan Leaf, root of ashwagandha, tamal i.e. camphor, clove, rice, brahmai, root of mulathi, fruit of behera and hare and ghee, sugar barley, sesame, googal, gobhan, cardamom and other vegetable plants are useful.
For the havan, small bowls or cow dung made of cow dung are immersed in ghee. Havan eliminates 94 percent of all types of bacteria, so a havan should be done in every house for the purification and health of the house.
Chanting a mantra with havan gives positive sound wave, energy is transmitted in the body, so any mantra can be uttered conveniently.
Most mango wood is used in havan. And when the mango sticks are burnt, one of the beneficial gases is produced, eliminating the dangerous bacteria and bacteria present in the atmosphere. At the same time, the atmosphere is also pure. Tell that this gas is also produced by burning jaggery.
According to another research, if sitting in an incense for half an hour and the smoke of the incense is in contact with the body, then deadly diseases like typhoid are destroyed and the body becomes clean.
Havan has a law for purification in Hinduism. Yagna is the process of sending Havis near to the deities through fire in Havan Kund. Havi is said to be the substance whose fire is sacrificed. Although the altar of havan should be prepared in consultation with the priest, but nowadays the altar of havan is also ready. Many priests even dig a pit in the ground and build an altar with sticks. According to the scriptures, five rites of altar are performed. Scrape the altar or copper tank from south to north in three kushas. Then throw the altar or copper tank in the northerly direction from those kushas. Cleanse the earth by dung and water. From Kushmool, make three lines of ten long fingers starting from the south and start towards the north. Take out the soil on the lines with the South ring finger and thumb, keep it three times in the left hand and then keep all the soil in the right hand. Then throw the soil towards the north. After this, water the water tank. In this way, perform the five sacraments of the land and keep the holy fire on its south side.
After lighting the fire in Havan Kund, the sacrifice of fruits, honey, ghee, wood, etc. is important in the holy fire. Deer and laughter are considered auspicious in relation to which fingers should be used while performing Havan. The deer posture is one in which the thumb, middle and ring finger are covered with material. Laughter posture is that in which the shortest finger is left without the use of kanistaka with the help of the remaining three fingers and the thumb.
Smell, incense, lamps, flowers and naivedya are also offered to Agni Dev. Ghee is then done with mixed incense burner or just with ghee. The scriptures describe giving three ahuti to intensify fire from ghetto. Speak the following mantras with ahuti.
In this way, by providing five ahutis practiced by Gautam Maharshi, offer the Aahutis with the following mantras-
1− ओम देवकृतस्यैनसोवयजनमसि स्वाहा, इदमग्नये इदं न मम। 2− ओम मनुष्यकृतस्यैनसोवयजनमसि स्वाहा, इदमग्नये इदं न मम। 3− ओम पितृकृतस्यैनसोवयजनमसि स्वाहा, इदमग्नये इदं न मम। 4− ओम आत्मकृतस्यैनसोवयजनमसि स्वाहा, इदमग्नये इदं न मम। 5− ओम एनस एनसोवयजनमसि स्वाहा, इदमग्नये इदं न मम। 6− ओम यच्चाहमेनो विद्वांश्चकर यच्चाविद्वॉस्तस्य