Sri Muktinath Temple, Nepal
Sri Muktinath Temple nestled in the snowy mountains of Himalayas in Nepal stands apart among the 108 Divyadesam Temples and among the eight Swayamvyakta Vishnu Kshetras that are close to the hearts of all the Vaishnava followers. The other Swayamvyakta Vishnu Kshetras are Srirangam, Srimushnam, Tirumala Tirupati Temple, Naimisharanya, Thotadri, Pushkar and Badrinath.
The temple is the epitome of spiritual and emotional cleansing for the devotees of Muktinath. This holy temple in the lap of the remote Muktinath Valley is at an elevation of 3,710 meters above sea level. It lies in the Mustang district of Nepal and at the base of Thorung La Pass (a famous part of the Annapurna Circuit Trail).
Traditions claim this Teertha Kshetra to be the only place on earth that represents all the five natural elements (Vaayu -Air, Agni -Fire, Prithvi – Earth, AapaH – Water & Aakash – Sky or Space) from which all the universe are made.
Vishnu Sukta Homa at Mukthi Nath Kshetram
Vishnu Suktha Homa invokes the protector Lord Vishnu and bestows wealth, prosperity, and victory.
Performing the Sahasranama Homa along with Vishnu Sukta Homa at the Sacred Abode of Lord Vishnu is very significant. Chanting a thousand names of Lord Vishnu during the Homa attracts goodness, bliss, and peace, and above all, his blessings.
Benefits of Vishnu Sukta Homa
- Bestows with an abundance of wealth & prosperity
- Misery and Money related sorrows can be overcome through this Homa
- Brings peace, happiness, harmony, good health & wealth
- This Homa helps in overcoming obstacles that hinder financial growth