Lord Venkateswara Puja & Homam

Lord Venkateswara
  • Lord Venkateswara Puja for divine grace and blessings of Lord Venkateswara.
  • Lord Venkateswara Puja gives protection, good health, and everlasting happiness.
  • The Puja for Lord Venkateswara is the solution to all problems relating to financial debts or huge financial losses.
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Lord Venkateswara Puja, by the elaborate method, is a powerful Puja that the highly qualified and experienced priests perform at Live Online Puja for you Live.

Some of the Rituals included in Elaborate Lord Venkateswara Puja are:

Sthapana (Ganesh, Navgraha, Kalash, Brahma), Sankalp, Ganesh Pujan, Navagrahas Puja, Brahman Varn, Lord Venkateswara Puja, Lord Venkateswara Mantra chanting, Homam with Ahutis of ghee, honey, sugar, til, yellow mustard, Puranahuti and Aarti.

Donations to brahmins, needy people, animals, and birds play an important role in the success of the Puja.


• Maharishi Bhrigu Kicked Lord Vishnu on His Chest:

Sage Bhrigu was appointed to select the most suitable of the Gods to who dedicate the rituals. He first went to the King of Gods, Devraj Indra. Devraj Indra failed to acknowledge Sages Bhrigu’s presence as he was busy enjoying the dance of apsaras (Nymphs) in heaven. Sage Bhrigu, in rage, cursed Devraj Indra that he would be called an egoistic soul all over the creation. 

Sage Bhrigu next went Braham Lok to visit Lord Brahma. Lord Brahma was busy chanting the Vedas, doing meditation, creating the world, and spending his time with Mata Saraswati, his consort, with his four heads. Sage Bhrigu cursed Lord Brahma that he would not be worshipped anymore by the living beings on earth. Next, he went to Mount Kailash to meet Lord Shiva. Here again, Sage Bhrigu found Lord Shiva busy in his Rudra Dhyanam with his consort, Mata Parvati, at his feet, so he cursed Lord Shiva that he would be worshipped only in the form of Lingam.

At last, Sage Bhrigu went to Vaikuntha, the adobe of Lord Vishnu. There Sage Bhrigu found Lord Vishnu was sleeping on the bed of Shesha Nag. When Sage Bhrigu arrived, he first saw Lord Vishnu’s feet and felt too humiliated. Enraged, Sage Bhrigu kicked Lord Vishnu on his chest and thus awakened Lord Vishnu. To pacify the sage Bhrigu, Lord Vishnu grabbed the feet of the Sage and started pressing them gently. While pressing the feet, Lord Vishnu poked the eye on the feet of the Sage, due to which the ego of the Sage ended. Rishi apologized for his mistake and ordered the Sages to dedicate the rituals to Lord Vishnu.

At the starting of Kalyuga, Lord Brahman asked Sage Narada to do something, as Lord Brahma wanted Lord Vishnu’s incarnation on earth. So Sage Narada went on the banks of river Ganga where a group of Rishis organized a yagna (Homam) for the world’s welfare. However, the sages and priests were in a dilemma as to which God to dedicate the rituals to, i.e., to whom should be offered the fruit of the Yagna. For the solution of this problem, the sages called Sage Bhrigu, one of the Saptarishis, who is believed to have one eye on his foot.

• Goddess Of Wealth And Prosperity; Mata Lakshmi Left Vaikuntha

It is believed that Mata Lakshmi resides on the chest of Lord Vishnu. Mata Lakshmi, also known as Sri, who was residing on the chest of Lord Vishnu, felt that Sage Bhrigu had insulted her indirectly by hitting Lord Vishnu on his chest as such got angry. Mata Lakshmi wanted Lord Vishnu to punish Rishi Bhrigu, but this didn’t happen. As a result, annoyed with Lord Vishnu, she left Vaikuntha and came to earth. In disguise as a young sage-like boy, she settled on earth in the ancient city of Karvir (Kolhapur), where today the Mahalakshmi temple is situated, and did penance.

• Why Did Lord Vishnu Not Give Place to Lakshmi Ji in His Heart?

According to the legend, when the Asuras (demons0 and the gods churned the ocean, fourteen gems were released apart from the poison of Kalakuta. Mata Lakshmi was also one of these gems. All the gods, demons, and humans were eager to marry her because of Goddess Lakshmi’s grand form and charm, but Goddess Lakshmi found something lacking in them all. Therefore, she put a garland around the neck of Lord Vishnu, who was standing near her. Vishnu Ji placed Lakshmi Ji on his chest. In the heart of Vishnu Ji, the responsibility for the maintenance of the world was hidden. There should not be any disturbance in that responsibility, so it is possible that is why the abode of Lakshmi Ji became the chest of Lord Vishnu.

• Lord Vishnu Left Vaikuntha

Lord Vishnu became very sad in Vaikuntha due to the absence of Mata Lakshmi. So he left Vaikuntha and came to earth one day in search of Mata Lakshmi and wandered various forests and hills. But he could not find Mata Lakshmi and then settled inside an anthill on Seshachalam (Venkatadri) hills. Thus, Lord Vishnu arrived at the place of pilgrimage in Tirupati, Tirumala. Lord Vishnu sat inside an anthill situated under a tamarind tree.

• Lord Shiva And Lord Brahma Helping Lord Vishnu

Due to the absence from their heavenly adobe of Lord Vishnu – the sustainer of the world and Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity, the whole creation became gloomy. Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma seeing this took the form of a cow and a calf, respectively and came to the Chola kingdom. A cowherd grazed this cow and calf daily on the Seshachalam hills of Chola kingdom. 

The cow daily used to roam away from the remaining herd and used to pour her milk into the anthill to satisfy the hunger and thirst of Lord Vishnu every day. Due to this, the cow was unable to give milk in the evening for the people. The shepherd felt something suspicious is there. The next day the cowherd took the herd for grazing, and like every day, the cow left the herd and approached the anthill and poured milk into it. 

The cowherd saw this act, and in his anger, threw an axe on the cow. Lord Vishnu, in order to protect the cow and calf, arose from the anthill and the axe hit him on his forehead. An enraged by this act of the cowherd Lord Vishnu cursed him to die immediately, and as a result of this curse, the cowherd died. This news reached the king.

• Lord Vishnu’s Curse

The Chola king became aware of the absence of the cowherd. He went to the grazing field in search of the cowherd and found the dead body of the shepherd and nearby found the cow was giving milk to Lord Vishnu. Thewchola king couldn’t recognize him. Hence, with his arrows, the king tried to kill the cow and the calf, stating that it’s not serving the kingdom; instead, it’s wasting the milk by pouring in the anthill. 

Lord Vishnu again emerged and grew enormous, stopped the arrows from traveling further, and in rage, he cursed the king that the king will be born as a demon in his next birth. On recognizing the Lord, the Chola king asked for Lord’s forgiveness for his mistake and surrendered at the Lord’s feet. The king realized his mistake, unlike the cowherd. Lord Vishnu was pleased and gave him a boon that he, Lord Vishnu, would marry his daughter in his next birth as King Aakasaha. The curse will end when Lord Vishnu is presented the crown by King Aakasaha during Vishnu’s marriage with his daughter.

In his next birth, Lord Vishnu was born as Lord Srinivasa to a woman named Vakula Devi. It is said that Lord Krishna, in Dwapar Yuga, gave Mata Yashoda a boon that he will take birth as her son in Kal Yuga. Vakula Devi was the reincarnation of Mata Yashoda. The Chola king, in his next birth as King Aakasaha, didn’t have any children. Then, one day, he found a baby girl on the lotus flower in the fields; he named her Padmavati.

• Grand Marriage of Lord Srinivasa And Devi Padmavati

One day Lord Srinivasa, who was a forest dweller, was on a hunting spree and was chasing an elephant. But the elephant entered a garden where Devi Padmavati was with her friends. Elephant threatened all; Srinivasa saved everyone there in the garden. Lord Srinivasa was enchanted by the beauty of Padmavati and enquired about her. 

He told his mother, Vakula Devi, that he would not be calmed until and unless he marries Padmavati as it is a prophecy based on his boon to Chola king. When Lord Srinivasa expressed his desire to marry Padmavati, Padmavati’s father refused, calling her a pauper (not having Lakshmi beside him), and conditioned that the marriage would be allowed only if Lord Srinivasa organizes a huge grand marriage ceremony and Padmavati is given expensive gifts.

• The Debt of Lord Kuber

Thus Lord Srinivasa had no option but to take a huge loan from Lord Kuber, the God of wealth, for marriage expenses. Therefore, Lord Kubera gave a mountain of gold to Lord Srinivasa as promised. Lord Srinivasa told Lord Kubera that at the end of Kali Yuga, he would repay his debt. The expenses of marriage were so great that to this day, the devotees of Tirupati are filling Lord Venkateswara’s vault.

The Lord Venkateswara stayed on the hills of Tirumala following the marriage, and a magnificent temple rose in the place. Since then, it is believed that the Lord is repaying the loan received by him from Kuber in bits and pieces. It is said that to help the Lord make his payments in a timely manner, the devotees make their contributions in the form of donations.

• Lord Vishnu (Lord Venkateswara) Converted Himself Into A Granite Rock Statue

When Maha Lakshmi (who was in penance in Kolhapur) came to know about Lord Vishnu’s remarriage, she decided to confront him. When Lord Srinivasa confronted Maha Lakshmi and Padmavati at one place (both were his wife), he converted himself into a granite statue (Lord Venkateswara). Then, Lord Shiva and Lord Bramha came and explained that for the welfare and emancipation of people in Kalyuga, Lord Vishnu did all this Leela (Act). After knowing that Mata Lakshmi and Devi Padmavati also decided to stay here with Lord Venkateswara. Mata Lakshmi stayed on the left side of the chest of Lord Vishnu and Padmavati on the right chest.


One of the most famous Hindu deities is Lord Venkateswara of Tirupati. Lord Venkateswara, also known by various other names, is an incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. Lord Venkateswara is also called by the names- Balaji, Srinivasa, and Govinda. It is believed that Lord Vishnu is on the earth as Lord Venkateswara appeared on earth for the upliftment and the salvation of human beings in the Kalyug.

Lord Venkateswara is the presiding Deity of Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India. This temple is considered one of the richest temple in India. It is believed that the Tirumala hill is a part of Mount Meru that Garuda brought on the earth. And the seven hills signify the seven heads of the cosmic serpent or Adi sheesh nag. All around the year, millions of people reach the hills of Tirumala to seek the blessings of God. Devotees believe that Lord Venkateswara resides in Temple at Tirupati with his wife, Padmavati.

“Venkateswara” is formed by the combination of the words “Venkata,” which is the name of a hill in Andhra Pradesh, and “Isvara” means “Lord.” Therefore, “Venkateswara” means “Lord of Venkata. The Brahmanda and Bhavishyottara Puranas interpret the word “Venkata” as “destroyer of sins,” deriving from the word ‘vem’ (sins) in the Sanskrit and “kata” as the power of immunity.

Another interpretation is that the word “ven” means keeps away, and “kata” means troubles. So the two words, when combined, form Venkata and their combined meaning is ‘who keeps away troubles’ or ‘who takes away problems.’ Lord Venkateswara is known to be the only God who took birth to save the people from troubles in Kalyuga. 

It is believed that Lord Venkateswara will reside on earth till the end of Kalyuga. At the end of Kalyuga, Lord Vishnu’s other incarnation, Lord Kalki, will take birth and destroy everything on earth. This would happen when sins will reach their peak, and there will be no humanity left. That would be the end of Kalyuga, and Lord Kalki will destroy everything, and the formation of the new Yuga will occur.

Lord Venkateswara is also known as a very powerful God. It is said that if a devotee asks for anything with a sincere heart, God fulfills all his wishes. After being blessed by the fulfillment of their wishes by God, people come here to show gratitude and homage by donations in the form of hair, money, etc. It is believed that Balaji of Tirupati return ten times what we offer.


It is believed that the idol of Lord Venkateswara is Swayambhu or Self Manifest. The Lord’s idol is richly adorned with flowing locks of hair, and some of these locks of curly hair fall on his shoulders. The nose is neither prominent nor flat. The mouth of the Lord’s idol is also elegantly shaped. The chin and the ears are carved beautifully. The ears are adorned with beautiful ear ornaments. The Lord’s chest is magnificent in the cuts.

The body posture is of a lion and exquisitely shaped. The belly is also beautifully modeled. The Lord’s idol has four arms, the upper two being carved to hold the chakra and the conch; the conch and the chakra do not form the integral parts of the idol. The upper right arm of the idol holds the Sudarshana Chakra; the upper left arm holds the conch of Lord Vishnu, which he blows in times of war. The lower right hand of the Lord’s idol is in the Blessing posture. While the lower left hand is bent a Little at the elbow and rests on the upper part of the waist). 

The left hand’s fingers rest on the left thigh, with the hand’s thumb almost parallel to the waistline. While the idol’s body below the waist is slightly tilted to the left, and the knee are bent and open slightly outwards, giving the idol peculiar grace and charm. Mata Lakshmi is carved on the right chest of the Lord in the sitting pose. The yagnopavitam and four necklaces or ornaments of the neck are clearly seen on the idol. There are armlets on arms. There is, however, a waistband and this waistband is about 2 inches thick. The feet and legs of the Lord are shaped beautifully. Both the knees are bent and open slightly outwards, giving the stately figure charm and grace. The feet are models of perfection and have ornaments near the anklets. The Lord’s image has on the shoulders marks resembling ‘scars made by the constant wearing of the bow and a pack of arrows.


• God's Idol is Mysterious.

It is said that the divine black idol of Tirupati Balaji installed in the temple was not made by anyone, but it has appeared from the ground. That is, the idol is Swayambhu or Self Manifest. Venkatachal Mountain is also considered as the form of God, where devotees come barefoot.

• The Hairs of Lord Venkateswara

The hairs on the idol of Lord Venkateswara in the temple are real, which are silky, and they never get tangled. Therefore, it is a belief that Lord Venkateswara resides here.

• The Sound of Sea Waves Comes From Lord Balaji's Idol

This is an unchangeable truth that the sounds of enormous ocean waves can be heard if one puts an ear on the back of Lord Balaji’s idol housed in the temple.

• Sweat Comes to The Idol of God

No matter how many times priests clean Balaji’s back, there is always wetness there. The environment of the entire temple of God is kept quite cool. Despite this, it is believed that Lord Balaji feels very hot, due to which sweats wet his back.

• Tirupati Balaji's Adornment Is Done in A Very Unique Way

Actually, the idol of God is decorated daily with dhoti below and sari on top as it is believed that Mata Lakshmi embodies in Balaji itself.

• Goddess Lakshmi is Embodied In The Idol Of Tirupati Balaji

Tirupati Balaji is a form of Lord Vishnu, so Mata Lakshmi resides on the chest of Lord Balaji. The presence of Mata Lakshmi is known when every Thursday, after taking off all the makeup of Balaji, he is bathed and applied sandalwood paste. When the paste of sandalwood is removed from the idol, the image of Mata Lakshmi is seen in the sandalwood applied to his chest.

• Unique Story Of Application Of Sandalwood Paste On The Chin Of Idol Of Lord Venkateswara in Temple

A stick is placed on the right side of the main entrance door of Tirupati Balaji temple. It is believed that this stick was used to beat Lord Tirupati Balaji in his childhood, due to which his chin was hurt. For this reason, sandalwood paste is applied to his chin every Friday so that the wound can be healed. Now, this has become a custom.

• The Idol of The Deity Is Not In The Centre

Lord Tirupati Balaji’s idol appears standing in the center of the sanctum sanctorum (garbhagrh), but technically, it is not so. The idol is actually standing in the corner on the right side of the temple.

• Idol Survives Strong Chemical Reaction

It is scientifically proved that when raw camphor or green camphor are applied to any stone, it develops cracks and fissures on the object. However, the idol of Lord Venkateswara does not show any to the volatile chemical reactions of camphor.

• Tulsi Offered to Lord is Thrown Into The Well

Tulsi leaves are dear to Lord Vishnu, so Tulsi leaves are of great importance in his worship. Not only this, the Tulsi leaves offered to the Lord in all the temples later given to the devotees as Prasad. In Tirupati Balaji also, Tulsi leaves are offered to the Lord every day, but it is not given to the devotees as Prasad but are thrown into the well in the temple premises.

• 300,000 Laddus Are Made Daily For Prasad Of The Worship Of Lord Venkateswara In The Temple

According to the local people, three lakh (three hundred thousand) laddus are made daily with desi ghee in Tirupati Balaji temple. Surprisingly, the cooks here use a 300-year-old traditional method to make these laddoos. These laddoos are made in the secret kitchen of Tirupati Balaji temple. People know this secret kitchen by the name “Potu.”

• The Village Situated a Few km Away From The Temple Is Very Special.

There is a village 23 km away from the temple of Lord Tirupati Balaji, where the entry of outsiders is prohibited. People live there with very rules and restraint. All the items offered to Lord Venkateswara, like fruits, flowers, milk, curd, and ghee, etc., to offer to Balaji come from here. Moreover, women in this village do not wear stitched clothes.

• Flowers Offered To Lord Venkateswara Comes Out At Verpedu

Going by the rule book, anything (flowers, etc.) offered in the garbhagrh (Sanctum Sanctorum) the temple priests not bring them out to throw them. They are thrown into the waterfalls that is flowing behind the idol. The priests refrain from looking at the backside of the holy Deity for the rest of the day. The objects immersed in Balaji’s waterfall stream come out at Verpedu, 20 km from Tirupati.

• The Eternal Lamps

The light of devotion for the Divine in the devotee’s heart never gets extinguished. So does the earthen lamps placed in front of the Deity idol in the Garbhagrh (sanctum sanctorum) of the Tirupati Balaji Temple. The time when these lamps were lit is not known. All that is known is that these lamps have been burning since a long time and will continue to do so.


Under this, devotees dedicate their hair to the Lord, which means that the devotees dedicate their hair most beloved adornment to God. The story behind it is like this – Lord Balaji lost some of his hair in an unexpected mishap during his regime on earth. Neela Devi, a Gandharva Princess, noticed it and cut a portion of her glorious hairs. She offered her hairs humbly to the Deity and requested him to plant them on his head. 

Pleased with her devotion, God accepted the offering of the princess and promised that whoever visits his shrine and donates his/her hair at his feet will be blessed. Since then, it has been a custom among devotees to shave the hairs of their heads before or after their desires are fulfilled.

In the olden times, this rite was performed by the barber at home itself, but over time this rite also became centralized, and it was performed collectively at a place called ‘Kalyan Katta’ (Hair donation) located near the Tirupati Balaji temple. So now all the barbers sit at this place. After Keshdan, take a bath here and then, after bathing in Pushkarini, go to the temple to have darshan.


• To worship Lord Venkateswara, take an early morning bath and in north/east/north-east direction in a pure place in the house place a yellow cloth-covered outpost and install the idol/ picture of Shri Ganesh and Lord Venkateswara.

• Now purify with the Ganges water the room and outpost.

• Place silver, copper, or clay urns on the outpost; fill it with water, and place coconut on it.

• After this, take a pledge of worship and worship the deities installed at the post through Vedic mantras.

• Now lit a lamp and Dhoop in front of the deities and offer Flowers, Naivedya, Fruit, Pan, etc.

• While worshipping, chant the mantra of Lord Venkateswara.

• When these rituals are over, perform Aarti and distribute the Prasad.


ॐ श्री वेंकटेश्वराये नमो नमः। 

 Om Shree Venkateshvaraaye Namo Namah |

श्रीमन नारायण नमो नमः।। 

Shreeman Naaraayan Namo Namah |

तिरुमल तिरुपति नमो नमः। 

 Tirumal Tirupati Namo Namah |

जय बालाजी नमो नमः।।

Jay Baalaajee Namo Namah |


• Lord Venkateswara Puja helps in the fulfillment of all the wishes of devotees.

• This Puja is beneficial for victory in legal matters and the selling of property under dispute.

• This Puja is done for divine grace and the blessings of Lord Venkateswara (Balaji).

• This Puja is good for progeny, wealth, job, and spouse.

• Lord Venkateswara Puja gives protection, good health, and everlasting happiness.

• Lord Venkateswara Puja is the solution to all problems relating to financial debts or huge financial losses.

• This Puja improves all materialistic gains.

• Lord Venkateswara Puja removes physical pain and depression from the mind.


The ancient temple of Sri Venkateswara is situated on the seventh peak (Venkatachala) of Tirupati Mountain. It is located on the bank of Sri Swami Pushkarini. Due to being the owner of Sri Venkata hill, he came to be called Venkateswara. He is also known as the Lord of the Seven Mountains. Popular belief is hills of Tirupati-Tirumala represent the seven fauna of Sheshnag are called ‘Saptagiri.’ The temple of Lord Venkateswara is on the seventh hill of Sapthagiri, which is famous as Venkatadri. Lord Venkateswara resides in the garbhagrh (sanctum sanctorum) of the temple.

Venkateswara Tirupati Balaji Temple is very famous among the major religious places of the country. The Tirupati Balaji temple is famous as the Bhuloka Vaikuntam – the abode of Lord Vishnu on earth. Devotees believe that Lord Venkateswara resides in Tirumala with his wife Padmavati in this temple during this Kali Yuga to guide and direct his devotees towards salvation.

Tirupati Balaji temple is situated at 67-km from Chittoor in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is an important pilgrimage place in India. This historic shrine of Lord Venkateswara is famous worldwide and attracts pilgrims from all over the world. It is one of the richest temple in India. This temple has a grand history spanning several centuries. All the great Kings of the southern peninsula paid homage to Lord Venkateswara in this sacred shrine.

The History of Triputi Balaji Temple

The origin of this temple is from the Vaishnava sect. This sect believes in the principle of equality and love. The description of the glory of this temple is found in various religious texts. However, Historians are still divided regarding the history of Tirupati as it is not clear whether it was established as a religious center by the 5th century. According to the local people, the kings of Chola, Hoysala, and Vijayanagara had a special contribution to the construction of this temple. The Pallava rulers of Kanchipuram conquered it in the 9th century, and the temple became particularly famous from the 15th century onwards.

Deities in Tirupati Balaji Temple

The main idol of Lord Venkateshwara is unique and powerful. The main idol has many miraculous characteristics that are amazing. Lord Venkateswara, the presiding Deity, is represented by five deities (berams) referred to as Pancha beramulu(Pancha means five; Beram means Deity). The five deities are Dhruva Beram(Main deity), Kautuka Beram, Snapana Beram, Utsava Beram, Bali Beram. All of them are placed in the Garbgrah of the temple. Besides Lord Venkateshwara, the deities Krishna and Rukmini, Chakrathalvaar, Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, Hanuman, Vishwaksena, Sugriva, Angada, and Salagramulu also abode in the temple.

Amazing Facts About The Temple

• The idol, daily, is magnificently decorated with flowers, dresses, and ornaments.

• Golden ornaments are used for decorating the Lord from the massive stocks of the temple.

• Lord Venkateswara has silky hairs which do not get entangled and always remain fresh.

• The lamps burning in the Garbhagrh (Sanctum Santorum) never get extinguished. No one knows from how many thousands of years they have been burning.

• There is a village 23 km from the temple. Entry of outsiders is prohibited in that village. Flowers and other items like milk, ghee, butter, etc., brought from this village are only offered to Lord Venkateshwara.

The donation of their hair by devotees at the temple is an age-old practice. To do this, people of all ages, before having a darshan of the Lord, shave hairs of their heads near the temple premises. People come here to have darshan (Blessings) of the Lord on the occasion of Vaikuntha Ekadashi with the faith that all their sins will be washed away. It is a popular faith that after coming here, one gets freedom from the bond of birth and death. Lord Vishnu came to be called Venkateswara due to being the Lord of the Venkata hill. He is also called Lord of the Seven Mountains. Lord Venkateswara is known to be the only God who took birth to save the people from the troubles of Kaliyuga and will reside in the temple till the end of Kalyuga. Tirupati Balaji temple is also famous as Vaikuntha of Kalyuga.

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