Rudra Abhishek Puja is a ritual where Panchamrut Pooja is offers to lord Trimbakeshwara with powerful hymns/mantras
to fulfills all the wishes of the person who gets it performed.
This Abhishekha bestows prosperity, fulfillment of all desires, it removes negativity, cut off the negative karma and give all round happiness in life.
The Panchamrut pooja contains Milk,Curd,Ghee,Huney and Sugar.
It is done for fulfilling our desires, and for prosperity. It is a very special type of Puja which is done by only Local Brahmins of the Trimbakeshwar at the temple .This bestows prosperity, fulfillment and give all aground happiness in life Ahishekha is perormed by Chanting the verses of Sanskrit sholakas ('Suktas') (Rudra )and simultaneously offering either holy leaves, holy water, honey, Milk, curd (yogurt), sugar, cane juice to Lord Trimbakeshwar.
Verses are Pronounced loudly by priests they are written in ('San-Skrit' language pronounced as sun-s-krita ) ancient Indian language. There is a belief that ,this language is use for communication by God.Priest's usually can chant in this language. The vibrations generated from this chanting heals the mind of listeners and will give him/her peace of mind.
Trambakeshwar (Trimbakeshwar) is an ancient Hindu temple in the town of Trimbak, in the Nashik District of Maharashtra, India, 28 km from the city of Nashik. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingaas. There is a mountain named "Bramhagiri", which is the part of Sahyadri mountain ranges. Trimbakeshwar is situated in the valley of Bramhagiri. Bramhagiri is the origin of sacred river Godavari. This is a beautiful natural place with cold weather as it is situated 3000 ft. above sea level. It is located at the source of the Godavari River, the longest river in peninsular India. The Godavari River, which is considered sacred within Hinduism, originates from Bramhagiri mountains and meets the sea near Rajahmudry. Kushavarta, a kund is considered the symbolic origin of the river Godavari, and revered by Hindus as a sacred bathing place.