Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja


Different planets affect our lives differently when they are in a certain position during our birth. In this case, when the Mars or Mangal planet is in the first, second, fourth, seventh, eighth, or the twelfth house in an individual's astrological chart, Mangal Dosha is known to take place. As such a time the harmful effects of the planet are said to be released. This could be in the form of obstructs in professional as well as personal life. At such a time it is advisable to do a Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja. If you are thinking on the lines of how to remove a Manglik Dosh, then this Puja is advisable.

Significance of Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja

Mars, also known as Angaraka, Mangal and Kuja, is one of the nine planets. Lord Mangal is red in colour and is known for fierceness. But there is a purpose behind his fierceness – to render justice. Mangal Dosh is one of the most common Doshas. When the Mangal Planet creates hurdles in marriage, it is known as Sumanglik Dosha as well. When it obstructs or deviates you from your work, it is called Kuja Dosha. Apart from this, it can cause misunderstandings in communication, failure to empathise, failure to control negative emotions, increases a person’s irrational behaviour, and more. Apart from a Manglik Dosha Puja you can ask a pandit for Mangal Dosh Nivaran ke upay.

Benefits of Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja

  • The Puja helps in reducing the harmful effects of the planet
  • It reduces rash behaviour which comes with being born at this particular time
  • It helps get rid of obstacles in professional and personal life
  • Blessings of the Mangal planet is sought to ensure future prosperity
  • It removes physical ailments
  • It showers affluence

Occasions to Do a Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja

Tuesdays are the most important days to perform the Mangal dosh Nivaran Puja or you could ask an expert for an auspicious day to perform the Puja.

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja Mantras

The three mantras that are usually chanted are:

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Mantra

|| Om Kraam Kreem Kraum Sah Bhaumaya Namah ||

Dhyan Mantra

|| Dharanigarbha Samphutam Vidut Kanti Samaprabham Kumaram Sakti Hastam Sa Mangalam Pranmam Yaham ||

Mangal Gayatri Mantra

|| Aum Angarkaya Vidmahe Bhoomipalaya Deemahi Tanno Kujah Prachodayat ||

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