Purusha Sukta Hawan, of the Vedas is not only a powerful hymn of the insight of the great Seer, Rishi Narayana, on the Cosmic Divine Being as envisaged through the multitudinous variety of creation, but also a easy way provided to the for entering into the state of Super-consciousness.
Purusha Suktam is one of the Pancha Suktam (5 Suktams) – Purusha Suktam, Vishnu Suktam, Sri Suktam, Bhu Suktam, and Nila Suktam. From Rig Veda, Purusha Suktam is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is described as the great Purusha in the hymn. The mantras in this hymn are written in Chhandas (15 in the Anushtup Chhanda, and the final one in the Tristup Chhanda) that has the power to generate a tremendous positive spiritual force.
The Sukta is charged with a five-fold force potent enough to rouse God like experience in the seeker. The Seer (Rishi) of the Sukta is Narayana, the greatest of sages ever known, who is proclaimed in the Bhagavata Gita as the only person whose mind cannot be disturbed by desire and whose power not even all the gods can ever imagine.
Purusha, the Supreme Being, is all-pervasive and extends beyond all directions and dimensions. He is beyond the limitations of any structure or form and hence is formless. Lord Vishnu, who is invoked in this worship, remains the physical manifestation of spiritual consciousness and also the guardian of all living beings on the Earth. Chanting or listening to Purusha Suktam can bless the devotees with clarity of mind, excellence in all actions undertaken, success in endeavors, peace and joy in life, and also radiance, wealth, strength, prudence, prosperity, and power.
Benefits of Purusha Suktam:
• Grant overall affluence, longevity & liberation
• Give clarity of mind and happiness
• Help excel in all actions undertaken
• Success in endeavors
• Improve radiance, wealth, strength, prudence, and power.
1008 Japa and Hawan are performed in this Puja.