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Rahu Pooja

 Getting more wisdom and knowledge

Rahu is considered as a nodal planet according to Vedic astrology. It also plays a key role in imparting knowledge and wisdom to a person. Anyone who offers prayers to Rahu planet may witness major changes in life. Rahu Pooja is a suitable one for those who want to improve their learning skills in an effective manner. Moreover, it is possible to get relief from Rahu dosha in a horoscope for achieving goals to a wider extent.

Why Rahu Pooja?

Rahu Pooja may bring major benefits in life to gain more knowledge and wisdom for reaching high levels in career.
 

·         Rahu Pooja provides methods for reducing the malefic effects of other planets in a birth chart.

·         In addition, this Pooja is a suitable for reducing doshas and karmic issues by addressing exact needs.

·         Anyone who wants to get protection from their enemies can choose this Pooja to experience peace of mind.

·         This Pooja makes feasible ways for overcoming fears and risks in life.

Advantages of Rahu Pooja

·         Rahu Pooja gives ways for leading a wealthy life with abundant source of knowledge power.

·         Another advantage is that it helps to achieve success in all endeavors by removing obstacles.

·         Furthermore, one can be able to get remedies when Rahu planet moves from one place to another in a birth chart.

Organizing Rahu Pooja

Rahu Pooja can be done with Vedic folks, a leading Vedic firm which delivers valuable services to devotees. Expert priests will chant powerful mantras to get blessings from Rahu planet for gaining more benefits. Online support is provided for those who want to book the services in advance. Prasads will be sent directly to those who are not able to participate in this pooja.

Rahu Pooja Mantra (The specified Mantra is to be recited for 108 times as a standard rule; however, changes if any will be mentioned by the priest at the time of the Pooja) 

“Om bhram bhreem bhroum sah rahave namah”