kaal sarp yagna
Vastu Shanti is a religious and spiritual process of worship of Vaastu Purush. Purush means Energy, Soul, and Shakti; thus Vaastu Purush is the protector, soul and Lord of the house. The primary objectives of Vaastu Shanti are:
To remove any land, structure, and interior arrangement faults or the Vastu Doshas.
To ask for forgiveness for any direct or indirect harm to the Nature and other living beings while construction of the house
To pacify any forces that may disturb the overall happiness of future occupants.
To request Vastu Purush to protect the home and the occupants from natural calamities
To solicit His blessings to bring health, wealth and prosperity to the occupants and
To resolve proper use of the house and to convert it into Home and Praasad.
Key Rituals involved in Vastu Shanti
This Vastu Shanti is primarily based on the ceremony described by Jana Prabodhini. It is a shorter and less exhaustive version than normally practiced in India. We need half hour for set up and about an hour for pooja.
Toran on the entrance door and planting of an auspicious tree, preferably Tulsi
(This can be done a day earlier)
Symbolic House Inspection, Sutra Veshthan (measurements).
Formal lighting of fire and house purification.
Vastu Purush story and Vastu Mandal.
Sankalpa, Poonyahvachanam, Ganesh Pooja.
Kalasha Sthapana, Nava Graha Pooja.
Varun and Vastu Purush Pooja.
Vastu Purush Yagnya.
Prayers to Vastu Purush and Resolutions.
Aarati and Prasad.
Burying the Vastu Purush in the North East Corner of the house.
The term Sarv Graha Puja denotes the nine celestial bodies which are central to astrological calculations (and beliefs) (and not the nine planets as it is frequently erroneously translated).
The Sun, the Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn and the two shadow planets Rahu and Ketu constitute the Sarv grahas.
The nine "grahas" or planets in our horoscope control our karma, our desires and their outcomes. Each of these nine planets exerts an influence in our lives, which is called "dasa" and it can be known from one's horoscope. Sarv Graha Puja is undertaken to reduce the negative effects and improve the positive energies related to a person
Satisfaction, Peace, spiritual wisdom, humane feelings and all round progress is what an be achieved through Graha Shanti Anushthan. This helps in building an environment whereby the positive ambience is created within the environment and helps in fulfilling of specific intentions. The positive vibrations keep the evil forces at bay and hence brings in propserity and happiness within the family.
Nakshatra Shanti - Magha Nakshatra Shanti
Our Ancient Vedic Astrology takes account of birth Nakshtra as playing significant role in our lives. The nakshatra in which your moon is placed at the time of your birth is called your Janma Nakshatra. This janma nakshatra has also got its influence on you. Our janam Nakshatra points towards our attitude , physical appearance and future. Birth Nakshathra determines the thinking pattern, destiny, instincts and also governs the subconscious aspects of personality.
As intrinsic of this shanti perform the Ganeshpoojan, punyahavachan. After worshiping 16 matrukas (deities) Nandishraaddha is carried out. Perform aacharyadivaran, digrakshanam, panchgavyakaran, bhoomipoojan. After performing the ritual of panchbhoosanskar on the havankund (Basin) Agni is established. (Establishment of Agni at the time of Havan is acceptable). Establish a table next to the havankund (basin) and put a cloth on it. By arranging ashtdal a pitcher is set up in the centre. Place a small round dish (Tamhan). Now, inside the Tamhan janm nakshatra devata (birth star deity) is established. On the left hand side arrange the previous deity and on the right hand side the following deity is arranged.
Following are the Nakshatras and their governing Rashis
Ashwini, Bharani, Krittika Nakshatras (Aries)
Krittika, Rohini, Mrigasira Nakshatras (Taurus)
Mrigasira, Ardra, Punarvasu Nakshatras (Gemini)
Punarvasu, Pushya, Ashlesha Nakshatras (Cancer)
Megha, Poorva Phalg., Uttara Phalg. Nakshatras (Leo)
Uttara Phalg., Hasta, Chitra Nakshatras (Virgo)
Chitra, Swati, Vishakha Nakshatras (Libra)
Vishakha, Anuradha, Jyestha Nakshatras (Scorpio)
Moola, Poorvashadha, Uttarashadha Nakshatras
Rudra Abhishek is a ritual where Panchamrut Pooja is offers to lord Trimbakeshwara with powerful hymns/mantras to fulfills all the wishes of the person who gets it performed.
This Abhishekha bestows prosperity, fulfillment of all desires, it removes negativity, cut off the negative karma and give all round happiness in life. The Panchamrut pooja contains Milk, Curd, Ghee, Honey and Sugar.
It is done for fulfilling our desires, and for prosperity. It is a very special type of Puja which is done by only Local Brahmins of the Trimbakeshwar at the temple .This bestows prosperity, fulfillment and give all aground happiness in life Abhishekha is perormed by Chanting the verses of Sanskrit sholakas (‘Suktas’) (Rudra )and simultaneously offering either holy leaves, holy water, honey, Milk, curd (yogurt), sugar, cane juice to Lord Trimbakeshwar.
Verses are Pronounced loudly by priests they are written in (‘San-Skrit’ language pronounced as sun-s-krita ) ancient Indian language. There is a belief that , this language is use for communication by God. Priest’s usually can chant in this language. The vibrations generated from this chanting heals the mind of listeners and will give him/her peace of mind.
There are following Abhisheka can be performed based on the name of Prayers. These prayer’s are written by ancient saints to please God.
Tripindi Shradha is an offering in the memory of the dear departed. If for three consecutive years the offerings are not made to the dear departed then the dead gets vehement, so to calm them these offerings are made.
Tripindi Shraddha Pujan is perfomed for problems like hurdles in child birth, evil eye, ancestor Moksha (i.e Nirvana), removing Gau hatya dosha. (i.e killing of cow which is considered as God or a holy animal in Hindu religion). One month of humans equals one day for the dead. The day of new moon is the lunar day for the dead. On this day Darsha shradha is performed. Unsatisfied dead harasses in the form of demon.Cancellation of rites meant for the forefathers, denying offerings made in the memory of the dear departed and spiritual procedures if not performed as per the traditions then problems may arise from goblin, corpse, demi-gods, of the sky/ bodies, the 27th lunar mansions and demons and may led to religious discord.
Such tribulations may occur intermittently and may span in a period of one day, three days or fifteen days. It may also lead to delay in marriage prospects, failure in business, receding prosperity day after day.
Tripindi Sharddha Pooja can be performed only at Trimbakeshwar.
What Is Kalsarpa Yog ?
Kaal Sarp Yog is a Yog in Horoscope. While all planets are in between Rahu and Ketu, same time Sarp Yog is created. Whenever some planets are not in between those planet then sarp yog is called "Anshik Kaal Sarp Yog" As you know according to astrology whole universe is divided in 360 degree. The deference between Rahu and ketu should be 180 degree. So whenever all planets are sattled in one part of Horoscope and other parts are blank, that time Horoscope is unbalanced. That type of Horoscope is affected by kaal Sarp Yog. Some Critics do not believe in this word but a lot of proofs are available in our Vedic books.
The great "Varahmihir" says in his "jatak nabh sanyog" about Sarp Yog. Shri. Prafulla Dixit ji, Pandit, Shri Rahu Maharaaj Saadhak (Dragon's Head Devotee) is a medium between you and shri Rahu maharaaj ji. He prays for your unbalanced position of planets and does "shanti yagya" because Yagya is only one solution, which removes your all problems.
The person who has Kaal Sarp Yog in his horoscope. Always suffers from wealth, mental disturbance in married life. Bad dreams and sudden death. Different fears and worries never get full reward of his work. Normally the success in work is delayed. Sudden loss of money, prestige is an indication of this Kaal Sarp yog. The person without any reason suffers from diseases that are not cured by medicine.
What Is Narayan Nagbali ?
Narayan Nagbali consists of two different rituals. Narayan bali is done to get rid of ancestral curse (Pitru Shaap) while Nag bali is done to get rid of sin performed by killing snake , specially Cobra which is worshipped in India.It can be performed only at Nasik Trimbakeshwar.
Narayan Bali ritual is done to fulfill the unsatisfied desires of the ancestral souls which are stuck in the world and trouble their progeny. Narayan Bali consists of the same ritual as hindu funeral. An artificial body mostly made of wheat flour is used. Mantras are used to invoke such souls who are having certain wishes remaining attached. The ritual makes them possess the body and the funeral frees them to other world.
Nagbali ritual is done to get rid of sin of killing nag (Cobra). In this ritual also the funeral is performed on the body of snake made with wheat dough.
Narayan Nagbali is one of the main rituals performed at Trimbakeshwar. Ancient scriptures like Dharma Sindhu, which describes various religious rites, mentions that this particular ritual should be done only at Trimbakeshwar. The references are found even in Skandh Puran and Padma Puran about this age-old tradition.
Importance & Procedures Of The Pooja ?
For Problems like Bhoot Pishach Badha, unsuccessful in Business, Waste of Money, Family health Problems, Argument with others, Educational hindrances, Marriage Problems, Accidental Death, Unnecessary expenses, Health problems in many family members, All kind of Curse (shrap). Narayan Nagbali is performed to get respite from various problems.
It gives good health, success in business and career and fulfils wishes. It is a three-day ritual on a particular day and time (muhurta). On the first day, the devotees should take a holy bath in Kushavarta and resolve to give dashdaan (give ten things in charity). After offering prayers at the Trimbakeshwar temple, they go to the dharmashala at the confluence of rivers Godavari and Ahilya for performing Narayan Nagbali.
Narayan-Nagbalipuja is performed at Trimbakeshwar only. This puja is performed in three days. This puja needs a special dates to perform it. Some days are not suitable to perform this puja. This puja is performed for so many reasons. If one has suffering from illness, going through bad times, someone in family has killed Nag(cobra). Or one is having a problem to have a kids or just you have everything and you want to perform some religious puja to have everything.
First of all, the devotees pray for getting absolved of any curse inflicted by someone whom they or their forefathers in this or earlier births might have cheated or deprived in some way. They also pray for peace of their forefathers’ departed souls and for continuity of their family through good progeny. After Kalash Sthapana, the Panchdevata, Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra, Yama are worshipped. Thereafter Parnashar ritual takes place wherein such dissatisfied souls are evoked and their last rites are performed respectfully to free them from the occult existence after their deaths. Since the names of the person/s who are haunting the devotee are not known, they are named Narayan. The devotees mourn Narayan’s ‘death’ for a day (sutak) and bathe in Kushavarta.
On the second day, the ashes of Narayan - symbolically consigned to flames - are immersed and after a bath, the one-day mourning gets over. Then the devotee offers prayers at the Trimbakeshwar temple and goes again to the dharmashala near river confluence. Here Narayan’s shraddha ceremony takes place to satisfy his dissatisfied soul. The devotee resolves to perform Narayan Nagbali again after the fulfilment of his wishes, though it is not mandatory. After seeking blessings of Brahmans, this ritual ends here.
To get absolved of sin of snake killed by them or their ancestors, intentionally or unintentionally in this or previous births, Nagbali ritual is performed to cleanse body and mind through repentance. This snake is also given respectful last rites by symbolically burning an idol made of wheat or rice flour. After performing this snake’s shraddha, the devotees take bath in Kushavartha. On the third day, the ashes of this snake are immersed followed by a holy dip in Kushavarta. After performing Ganesh Pujan and Punyahvachan, a gold snake is worshipped and given to the Upadhyay (priest). Then as resolved at the beginning of rituals, give dashdaan as per one’s capacity.
After praying at Trimbakeshwar, devotees perform tirtha shraddha of their late parents and give Brahman bhojan. Also perform lakhurudra or maharudra at the Trimbakeshwar.
In Trimbakeshwar, there are around 100 Brahmin Priests.
Narayan nagbali pooja vidhi
kalsarp pooja vidhi