Chandi Yagyas

The Vedic tradition offers a number of remedies for those who wish to use spiritual means to address serious obstacles and difficulties in life. Among the most powerful is the Chandi Yagya. This yagya is for a very fierce form of the Divine Mother who is described in the 700 verse mantra called Saptashati, also known as Chandi Path.

In Vedic mythology, Chandi is the result of the combination of the energies of all the gods. So she is capable of solving any problem, and overcoming any obstacle. Chandi yagyas are good for any problem that is daunting, any situation in which the other party seems to unfairly have the upper hand. This yagya is particularly effective when the solution to the problem requires personal change and growth that has, up to now, been impossible. Chandi is relentless and not always easy energy to accommodate, but when something needs to change, there is no yagya more effective.

From the vedic perspective two things are important when considering the use of spiritual means to affect change in our lives; repetition and consistency. The Vedic literature is full of stories where yogis and the gods perform spiritual practices for long periods of time in order to get what they want. These rituals and practices can work surprisingly well, but they take a degree of time and dedication in order to deliver the desired effects.

The performance of the Chandi Path requires priests who have spent many years mastering them and who have also received training in the performance of the traditional rituals themselves. Chandi Path can be perfomed as a 5 priest/5 hour yagya, a 1 priest/3 hour yagya, or as a 30 minute puja in a temple, although this option doesn't include the recitation of the full 700 verses.

Private yagyas are performed at our facilities in Varanasi (North India) or Kanchipuram (South India) by our teams of exceptionally qualified priests and pundits. For the one and five priest yagyas we take photos of your event and forward them to you afterwards. The temples in which we perform the private pujas do not allow photos, but we will send images of the temple itself so you know where your puja was performed.

During the puja or yagya, your name and nakshatra (vedic star) is read aloud in the sankalpam (statement of purpose) along with your intention for the yagya performance. After you have made payment for the yagyas, please click here to send us your birth time/date/place so that your nakshatra can be calculated.


5 Priest - 5 hours ($300)

1 Priest - 3 hours ($125)


Chandi Yagya