• Copper pyramid of fixed size
  • Ingredients (dried cow dung, cow’s ghee, brown rice)
  • Mantra (vibrations)
  • Timesheet exact to the second of sunrise/sunset
Heals environment and environment heals you
  • Sooryáya Swáhá
    ( Put unbroken brown rice mixed with ghee into the fire)
  • Agnaye Swáhá
      ( Put unbroken brown rice mixed with ghee into the fire)
  • Sooryáya Idam¹ Na Mama Prajápataye Swáhá
  • Agnaye Idam¹ Na MamaPrajápataye Swáhá
  • ( Put unbroken brown rice mixed with ghee into the fire)
  • ( Put unbroken brown rice mixed with ghee into the fire)
  • Prajápataye Idam¹ Na Mama
  • Prajápataye Idam¹ Na Mama

The environment may be freed or protected from gross pollutants (Chemicals, garbage etc). But the subtle pollutants arising from bad thoughts, bad words, bad deeds and negative emotions of man may still cause harm. Any thought entertained by man becomes a vibration and settles in the space. Hence it is necessary to purify the space from these subtle pollutants.

The process of Agnihotra consists of making two offerings to the fire exactly at the time of sunrise and sunset along with the chanting of two small Sanskrit mantras. The offerings consist of two pinch full of uncooked rice grains smeared with a few drops of cow’s pure ghee. The fire is prepared out of dried cow dung cakes in a small copper pot of a semi- pyramid shape.

Agnihotra purifies and cleanses the space element from negative vibrations. As all other elements are stationed in space, it purifies the other elements as well. It brings clarity of thought, increases the energy level and improves over – all health.

  • It is the process of purification of the atmosphere through the agency of fire tuned to the specific biorhythm of sunrise/sunset.
  • It comes from the ancient most Vedic sciences of Bio-energy, Medicine, Agriculture and Climate Engineering.
What are the effects of Agnihotra?
It heals
  • the atmosphere
  • the soil
  • the subsoil
  • the water
  • the plants
  • the animals
  • the human beings
Benefits of HOMA THERAPY
a) In Agriculture
  • Increases profit
  • Increases production in quantity and quality
  • Reduces cost for labor to apply agrochemicals
  • It improves taste, size, texture, nutrition
  • Prolongs the shelf life and makes them fitter for export
  • Increases number of harvests during the year, i.e. productive cycle is shortened
Homa Organic Farming
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Cotton Production
  • Cotton is grown as a cash crop in several parts of India.
  • Widespread use of chemical insecticide to control insect attack.
  • Many farmers still suffer up to 70% loss of their crop, even with maximum use of chemicals.
  • After discontinuing the use of chemical insecticides on his farm, Shri Tiwari found evidence of the natural predator of the cotton boll-weevil on his cotton bushes.
  • Cotton farms in Jalgaon district Maharashtra, use heavy doses of agro-chemicals. Plants are large and green but with very few cotton bolls due to insect attack (left).
  • Cotton plants in Tapovan farm where Agnihotra and Homa Therapy is practiced, are much smaller but heavily laden with cotton bolls (right).
Parameter Earlier harvest with agrochemical: With Homa Therapy
size: 7 cm 10 cm
weight: 85 grams 120 grams
thickness: 13 cm 20 cm
taste: poor taste pleasant
texture: without shine firm
color: pale red intense red
yield per plant: 1 to 2 kg 3 to 4 kg
harvest: 12 weeks 7 weeks


Without agrochemicals: 10,000 kg per Hectare (8,925 pound per acre) With agrochemicals (insecticides and fertilizers): 30,000 kg per Hectare (26,700 pounds per acre)

Applying HOMA THERAPY: 84,000 kg per Hectare (74,800 pounds per acre)

Benefits of HOMA THERAPY
b) In Our Lives
  • We contribute to a contamination free environment.
  • It is a technique with little investment made only once in a life-time minimum monthly expenses.
  • - Improves our physical, emotional and mental health
  • - We can live in a healthy environment
    (Water, soil, plants and animals)
  • – We can live in harmony with nature
Agnihotra practiced by Art of Living devotees at Simla, Himachal Pradesh