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Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja

Introduction

Often we find ourselves falling rock bottom, in spite of giving it our best shot. There are times when success and happiness may seem like an impossible achievement, no matter how hard we try. One reason is believed to be Pitra Dosha, which is based on a person's horoscope. If a person is born under the ninth house, where the Sun and Rahu combine, it is likely that the person is affected by Pitra Dosha. This happens when our dead ancestors were not able to free themselves completely from their ties on earth, a Dosha is formed, this is called Pitra Dosha. It results in a lot of chaos and hardships in life. In order to get rid of this, the Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja is performed.

Importance and Meaning of Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja

Many a times, souls that do not attain salvation have harmful effects on their descendants. The family members suffer the deeds of their ancestors. The sufferings could be in the form of miscarriages, frustrated behaviour, unnecessary problems that occur without any reason, lack of harmony, constantly surrounded by negative energy, no scope of growth in personal and professional life, etc. Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja is undertaken to resolve the Pitra Dosh in one's 'Kundli'.

Benefits of Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja

The Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja vidhi will be carried out based on your Kundli and the Pandit who is responsible for your Puja. However, it is believed that the benefits of the Puja are many. Some of them are:

  • A sense of harmony is restored in your personal life
  • There is an increased sense of tranquillity at work
  • It reduces the negative effects of the Dosha
  • It helps in gaining a better financial status
  • It provides relief from health problems

Occasions to Do a Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja

Amavasya or No Moon Day is considered as an auspicious day to perform the Pitru Dosh Niwaran. Apart from this, Pitra Paksha is considered to be the best time to perform Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja. In the year 2016, Pitra Paksha will start from September 16th and last until September 30th. The Puja should be done on the last day. All this varies as no two people have the same horoscope. One must check with a Pandit first, so that he can check your Kundli based on which you can perform the Puja.

Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja Mantras

II Ohm Namo Bhagawate Vasudeway Om Shree Sarva
Pitra Dosh Nivarnaay Kaleshm Han Han Sukh Shantim Dehi Fat Svahaa ||

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