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The Navagrahas or the nine planets play a very important role in Vedic astrology. Of the nine, seven major planets are listed according to the days of the week they favour, namely Sun, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn for Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday respectively. Two other planets Rahu and Ketu are invisible and are assigned the north and south points of the lunar node. All theories and predictions involved in astrology are based on the positions of planets in particular ‘bhavas’ or houses that it inhabits. There are 12 houses and each represents a particular aspect of a person’s life. Depending upon their location in the planetary system, the Navagrahas are considered either beneficent or malefic for an individual. If the positions of planets are beneficent then there’s all-round progress and happiness but if the positions are unfavorable, then they create disharmony and distress.
The worst trouble makers are planets Saturn, Rahu and Mars and they affect the good part of the horoscope leading to planetary doshas. Sometimes even Sun becomes malefic in the chart and causes problems in the lives of people.
Sun bestows affluence and good health.
Moon confers success and also a great mind.
Mercury gives wisdom and wealth.
Venus ensures knowledge in music and fine arts.
Mars gives prosperity and wisdom.
Jupiter represents knowledge and good education.
Saturn blesses with happiness, enthusiasm or zeal.
Rahu makes life stronger and makes your foe a friend.
Ketu bestows sound health, wealth and prosperity for all in the family.
The planets are in constant motion. They move from one house to another causing certain positive and negative influences on the natives. These planets create an impact on the life of a person and their placements in the natal chart affect various aspects of life such as love, marriage, career, income, health, etc.
Come New Year and who doesn’t want it to be perfect? It’s time to take precautions to make it a happy and prosperous one for you and your loved ones. The Navagraha Homam wards off the malefic effects of the planets. You can remove the negative influences and build positive energies around you. You can not only accrue good results by worshipping the planets, but also obtain their blessings even if they are placed at disadvantageous positions.
Grand Navagraha Homam is performed to satisfy and cool the planets and get their blessings so that its strong effects can be minimised or eliminated to a large extent. It is said that when Saturn is malefic in the natal charts, even a king may lead a life of a beggar. So, rituals minimise the strong negative effects and also fulfill the desires of people. The planets also bestow good luck, success, prosperity, and peace. Rituals and ceremonies also pave way for uninterrupted all-around progress both personally and professionally. The Vedas have described that appeasing the Navagrahas brings prosperity and peace in a person’s life. The Navagraha Maha Homam makes feasible ways to reduce the doshas to avoid delays in marriages and other problems.
In addition, it’s possible to experience peace by getting rid of stresses and uncertainties with this ritual. It’s a suitable ritual to get relief from financial and health problems. Furthermore, your life becomes robust by worshipping the godly planets as it resolves complex issues. Grand Navagraha Homam removes all types of doshas or flaws in one’s birth chart. Since planets move from time to time, their presence in certain houses according to the dasas or ruling periods can favor or disfavor a person. Such rituals remove all types of defects and also transmit positive energies. For those suffering from great misfortunes or facing obstacles and failures, this ritual is very ideal.
People revere Navagrahas to bring good fortunes or if they want to get over certain misfortunes in life. This may be due to doshas in the horoscope or can be due to past life karmas of ancestors.
All mantras have their own mantra siddhi procedure. Mantra siddhi and Purashcharan mean the same wherein a person becomes a master of a mantra by constant repetition of the mantra with devotion, faith and purity which enhances the power of the aspirant, awakens and purifies the pure consciousness or ‘Mantra Chaitanya’ that’s latent in the mantra, and bestows siddhi, freedom, illumination, eternal bliss, peace and immortality. A Purascharan makes the mantra the utmost powerful, 'puras' means first of all, and 'acarana' means undertaking. Mantra Purashcharan is difficult but the amount of virtue or Punya that is achieved by donating hundreds of cows, feeding thousands of Brahmins and doing puja of multiple gods is achieved by doing just one Purashcharan. The position of the planets plays a very important role in Purascharan when Graha Purascharana Prayoga is done, and so is the presence of the guru who has to initiate one to perform Puracharana. In this prayoga puja, which means the procedure that is followed for the application of the mantras which are chanted to activate the positive blessings and strength of the planets in a devotee’s chart. It is an excellent method to overcome the malefic effects of planets. For this kind of practice, the Vedic scripture Sadhu Sankuli Tantra has described the Graha Purascharana Prayoga for which puja will be performed in our Homam centre.
The Navagraha yantra is a mystical diagram of the nine planets in a single square-shaped copper yantra. This tool is very unique as it works on all planets at the same time in a mutually harmonious fashion. The yantra carries the powers of all nine planets together and gives their blessings. The yantra which is energized in our homam centre, will bring all good prospects. The yantra relieves from malefic effects, enhances power of weak planets, doshas, and brings positive energies of happiness, abundance, peace and happiness. It is advantageous for people seeking marital harmony and success in business and ensures prestige and health.