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Duration of this Puja: 3-4 Hrs.
Number of Pundit/s: 4.
Prasadam: A Shiv Yantra with Rudraksha Japmala, Mansa Devi Stotra and Naag Suktam Paath and a recording of around 45 – 60 minutes covering the most important parts of the Puja and Prasad from the Puja. A Kaal Sarp Yantra and Naag – Naagmata (in Silver) to immersed in any river/pond/sea or in a Shiva Temple tank.
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In a horoscope if all the planets are placed between Rahu and Ketu it is deemed as Kaal Sarp Dosh and the person suffers the ill effects of this Dosh. Different forms of Kaal Sarp Dosh are formed depending on position of Rahu and Ketu in different houses of a horoscope. Persons having this Yoga in their horoscope face instability and adversity in their life. The adverse effects of this Dosha can be minimized with Puja to pacify the ill effects of Rahu and Ketu. If possible the Puja should be performed on one’s birthday every year. Ideally it should be performed in Trayambakeshwar temple (Nashik, Maharashtra) or at Sri Kalahasti temple (Chitoor, Andhra Pradesh)
Adverse Effects of Kaal Sarp Dosha
A person having a Kaal Sarp Dosha in the horoscope suffers from mental anguish, instability in career or profession, problems in acquiring wealth, in having children and disharmony in married life. Frequent bad dreams haunt the person along with unfounded fears and phobias. There may be financial losses or loss of name. The person may suffer from various ailments both physical and psychological which may be difficult to diagnose or which may get diagnosed in a critical or chronic phase.
Puja Description: Swasti Vaachan, Shaanti Path, Sankalp, Ganesh Sthapan, Kalash Sthapan, Sthapan of Nav Naag (9 snakes viz; Ananta, Vasuki, Shesha, Padmanabh, Kambal, Shankhapal, Dhrutrashtra, Takshak and Kalia.), Shiv Abhishekam, Navgrah Sthapan, Naag Suktam Path, Mansa Devi Stotra Path, Rahu & Ketu Japa, Homa with honey, ghee, sugar, til, ashtagandh, sandalwood powder, Navgrah Samidha and then Purnahuti, Aarti and Prasad to Brahmins, dispersion of Naag Naagin in running water or a Lord Shiva Temple.