Kuja Rahu Sandhi Shanti at Gokarna Temple, puja duration, cost and booking procedure
The name Gokarna means “Holy Cow’s Ears.” This holy place, which gets its name from the ear-shaped junction of two rivers, is situated between the mouths of the Gangavali and Agnashini rivers. It’s also thought that the mythology of Lord Shiva emerging from a cow’s ear is where Gokarna got its name. Gokarna Temple is known for the Dosha Nivarana Puja.
Kuja Rahu Sandhi Shanti at Gokarna
Mars, often referred to as the Kuja, has a significant amount of influence over a person’s energy, motivation, determination, courage, patience, zeal, passion, and other characteristics. When Kuja declines, a person may exhibit extremely aggressive behavior, have a short fuse, and generally have an adverse mentality that prevents them from improving in practically every aspect of their lives. Similar to this, Rahu’s transcending path can multiply these kinds of bad habits in a person and lead to a lot of issues with money, blood circulation, property, and other areas. It can also predict accidents, sickness, separation, divorce, and other issues.
Thus, performing the KujaRahu Shanthi, a Shanthi ritual, for Kuja can help bring in a new era of prosperity, happiness, and health, in addition to helping to reverse the negative qualities.
Kuja Rahu Sandhi is formed at the beginning of the Rahu Maha Dasha and the final phase of the Kuja Maha Dasha. It is recommended to conduct it 45 days before Kuja Maha Dasha’s end date. Important times are particularly the latter six months of Kuja Maha Dasha and, consequently, the first six months of Rahu Dasha. With a particular focus on Kuja and Rahu mantras, people do this Shanti pooja Navagraha Purvak.
In the birth chart, Kuja is referred to as Manglik Dosh or Kuja Dosha when it is placed in the second, fourth, seventh, eighth, or twelfth house. Kuja dosha has an impact on financial losses, emotional problems, married life, and other health-related issues.
Adhidevata, Pratyadhidevata, and Kuja (Mars God) are worshipped together. Similar to this, the other Navagraha deities are worshipped along with Rahu, Adhidevata, and Pratyadhidevata. Kuja-Rahu Sandhi Shanti Homam helps prevent bad luck because of Kuja and Rahu’s position and combination in the horoscope.
When should I perform Kuja Rahu Sandhi Shanti?
You may perform this Shanti just before the finish of the Kuja Mahadasha. We can do this Shanti on any auspicious day according to the person’s Rashi Nakshatra, usually three to six months before the beginning of the Rahu Mahadasha. This Shanti needs to be done whenever Rahu Antardasha or Kuja Mahadasha takes place, or vice versa.
Puja Dress code
Gents: dhoti (white) and shirt, or kurta and pyjama.
Ladies: Saree or Salwar Kameez (with Pallu Compulsory).
All pilgrims are requested not to wear clothes such as T-shirts, jeans, etc., as the same is strictly prohibited irrespective of any age group.
Kuja Rahu Sandhi Shanti Puja procedure
- Ganapathi Puja
- Kalasha Sthapana and Puja
- Navagraha, Kuja, and Rahu Jap
- Navagraha purvak Kuja Rahu Homam
- Prasad Vitarne
- Veda Aseervachan
Kuja Rahu Sandhi puja benefits
- help in reducing the harmful effects.
- better chances of marriage; the person would be blessed to find the right life mate. peace in marriage.
- Those who had problems in their marriages would be able to witness marital satisfaction.
- The person will be protected from negative outcomes.
- enhanced mental well-being.
- harmony and peace among the family.
For more details, please call or WhatsApp 810-556-7973
A minimum of 7 days of booking is advisable to make puja arrangements.
Many troubles might arise in a person’s life when the Kuja Dasha ends and the Rahu Dasha begins, marking the beginning of the Mahadasha of Rahu Graha. If the planets are weak, it can sometimes even result in the person’s death. During this Dasha time, Kuja Rahu Sandhi Shanti helps in overcoming all negative consequences that may arise in life. This Shanti is done to eliminate the issues that arise when Rahu Antardasha and Kuja Mahadasha meet, and vice versa.