Nakshatra Puja Nakshatra Puja
A Nakshatra is one of the 27 Divisions of the sky and each of them covers 13 degree and 20 minutes of the zodiac. Nakshatra plays a vital role in our lives. Our birth Nakshatra determines our thinking pattern, instincts, destiny, and also govern the subconscious aspect of our personality. This Nakshatra Shanti puja is beneficial in revamping all round beneficial effects and abolishing all dosha in the birth chart. It has already been stated in our Vedas that Nakshatra puja is very effective and beneficial for our lives. It should be conducted once in a year for betterment of one’s life.
Nakshatra Shanti Puja:
Nakshatra shanti puja is performed every year on the birth nakshatra to give protection and better result throughout the year. The nakshatra is worshipped in the precribed ritualistic manner with mantras and offering.
Nakshatra Shanti Puja
Whenever a native takes birth on this mortal earth, he is born with some wish like Birth date, Birth time and birthplace. His destiny, which has been decided by the lord, is shown from the horoscope. It can be made with the help of these attributes. When a person is born, the moon and the other planets have their specific zodiac signs in which they are present. They have huge...
signs in which they are present. They have huge effects on the life of the person who is born.
Apart from these planets, there are 27 nakshatras or the divisions of the lunar path. It also has a fine yet powerful effect on the life of the person. Sometimes, it is the malefic Nakshatra. It can be the cause of unhappiness of the person to a very high extent. We often find our kundalis with good yoga and planetary combinations but somehow or the other, misfortune prevails.
All this is happening due to the bad effects of the nakshatras in which the person is born. Vedic Astrology takes account of Janma Nakshatra, in which the moon prevails during the birth. It affects attitude, personality, physical appearance, and future. Birth Nakshatra controls the thinking pattern, destiny, talent and also governs the subconscious effects of personality.
Nakshatra Puja Effects:
The Nakshatra Shanti puja is directed to nullify the bad effects of the nakshatras. It prevails at the time of the birth of a person. The puja aims to finish the bad effects of the planets in their main periods or sub-periods. Also to get the beneficial results from the same planets.
One can become against his good luck when bad constellation traps a person to an extent. He is unable to recover from the effects of the same. Many people have found the fact that other than having no issue in their kundali, they are facing problems. It suddenly comes out of nothing or which are there right from birth.
This aims at correcting and calm the presiding goddess of the nakshatras. It goes through various processes mentioned in the scriptures.
Benefits of Nakshatra Shanti Puja:
To neutralize the ill effects of the planets during their main period or sub-periods. Also to get the favorable results from the planets, Hindu scriptures have mentioned the importance of this puja and havan.
People worship Nakshatra in a ritualistic way with mantras and offerings.
It enhances inner power and confidence to produce favorable results.
It determines the thought process, destiny, instinct and governs the subconscious aspects.
It influences the mental state and also plays a role in destiny.
Pacifying nakshatra is very crucial in conditioning the mental status which will also add to the positive karma.
Gandmool Nakshatra Shanti:
As per the treatises of Astrology or Jyotish Shastras, there are 27 nakshatras or constellations. They are the 27 equal divisions of the lunar path. The path trodden by the moon in the year is equally divided into 27 divisions and each sector. Also, it comprises a constellation which is further divided into four steps.
Out of 27, the ones ruled by the planets Mercury and Ketu are the ones which are Gand Mool Nakshatras.
The nakshatras which come under Gand mool are:
These six are termed as Gand Mool nakshatras and their presence is not so good for the child. Mool, Jyesth, and Ashlesha are more inauspicious.
As per the various acharyas of Jyotish Shastra, the child born in these nakshatras is special. It has to face a lot of issues in life. If left untreated by suitable pujas and remedies which are not very difficult. The child may have to face the anger of the bad planets to a higher degree.
From childhood until his old age, he has to face problems related to health, education. Also society, career, jobs, marriage, finance, property, positivist, mind and other aspects of his life.
He might have to struggle very hard. But still might land up in situations where he would be given the least priority. Since this is an arishta yoga, the person might not be able to get the desired strength to cope up with all this.
Not only the child, but the family members also have to face along with him. Because of this, there can be issues for the cattle, heart, maternal uncle, elder brother, spouse, father and mother.