This Sadhana has to be performed every day either in the morning or in the evening. The practitioner has to take a Coconut, place it with the head fiber facing him, and light a Small Camphor Tablet [Puja ke Kapur Ki Goli] on top of the Coconut. Then he has to chant the Kuldevta Mantra given by me and keep chanting the Mantra until the Camphor Tablet is extinguished.
ॐ चैतन्य कुलदेवतायै जागृत ||
Om Chaitanya Kuladevataayai Jaagruta ||
This post is in response to the numerous requests I get regarding the ways and means to worship the Kuladevta. In the past, I had written about a Mantra Sadhanas for worshipping the Kuladevta and also for Bandhan Mukti [freedom from any past life or Karmic bonds]. The Kuladevta/Kuladevi as described in earlier articles is the family deity, inherited through the family linage or Gotra and the worship of this deity has great importance is certain parts of India.