The big festival (Diwali
/ Dussehra / Durga - Pooja / Dhoop-Dashmi.....) is around the corner.
You want to give someone you love a unique gift that shows how precious
he/she is to you. Get a Electric Havan Kund and that person(s) will
really know that you put your money where your heart is!
Our specially designed
Havan Kunds are made up of Earthen/Terracotta with traditional hand
painting over it. Due to its small portable size it can be placed
anywhere(home,offices etc..) and hence used daily.There is no need
of Wood, Ghee, Camphor etc.. just plug in and put some havan samagri
& start havan with no excessive fumes.
and When to use Havan Kund?
Kund is one of the most important part for the ritual. It's a very
sacred structure from where the fire communicates all our prayers
to different deities. The structure itself generates energy to perform
There are revelations
given to our ancient sages after several years of prayers and austerities.
The foremost among our ancient rituals is the ritual of Havan. Almost
every ancient culture in this world has the fire as an integral
part of worship. The sacred fire acts as a link between man's consciousness
and the cosmic consciousness. The fire also has the ability to convert
the physical components (offerings into the fire) into the psychic
components as offering to the deities presiding over the Havans.
When this is done a number of things can be attained.
A few things being:
1. Cleansing of the atmosphere
2. Cleansing of the physical and psychic bodies
3. Awakening of auspicious energies
4. Enabling mystical experiences
5. Invoking grace of God in our Lives
Havan is a sacred fire
ritual that has been in prominence in Hinduism and prevalent in
a few other ancient cultures and religious groups in one way or
the other. IT IS A RITUAL OF SACRIFICE- Sacrifice made to Fire God,
Agni (one of the five elements).
Havans are age-old sacred
rituals to invoke and propitiate various energies (deities) using
the sacred fire as a medium for the attainment of various wishes
and boons in the materialistic and the spiritual worlds as well.
In olden days they led
a full life but were always preparing for the next stage with full
awareness; and when it was time to leave either their attachment
or the home they were fully prepared, not only physically, but mentally
and spiritually as well.
In most of the ancient
ceremonies like Wedding, birth, death, festivals etc., the Havan
Kund (the sacrificial fire) is lit. The fire is an element, they
believed, symbolizing God, or the power of the universe.