The ruler of all planets and Gods is Jupiter. Astrologically, the planet is also known as called "The Greater Benefic", in opposition to Saturn. He is the guardian and protector of all living beings. As per the Hindu mythology, Jupiter is the planet of learning and is revered as the teacher, hence is known as the Guru Graha, or Guru or Brihaspati. The planet is associated with Thursday, which is 'Guruwaar' in Hindi. Jupiter assigns high ideals, sense of purpose and ideals of joy in life. It determines the path of life, the nature of an individual and their level of optimism.
Jupiter or the Guru Graha holds its astrological importance in connection with growth principles, prosperity, expansion and exceptional fortune. It is also said to govern travels, education, faith and legal matters. Guru Graha is also in semblance with the urge for exploration and freedom, and humanitarian and protective roles.
The color associated with the planet is yellow, and the gemstone associated is Yellow Sapphire or Pukhraj.
Guru Dosha Meaning
The meaning of Guru Dosha is that an individual's Jupiter is weak. Despite its positive impacts and benign nature, a weak Jupiter can cause Guru Dosha, which may lead to issues with respect to prosperity, knowledge, expenses, fight, selfishness, educational hurdles, and lack of harmony in and around the individual. Guru Dosha tends to affect law, economics, religion, banking, philosophy, and general conduct of an individual too.
Guru Dosha is also likely malefic results for people if He is seated with Saturn, Rahu or Ketu in the natal chart.
Guru Graha is also associated with thyroid gland, throat, neck, jaws and mouth. Guru Dosha is likely to cause complications like cough, colds, hearing problems, ear infection, sore throat or laryngitis and other throat infections.
What is Guru Mahadasha?
Guru Mahadasha is the period in one's life when Guru Graha is nearest to the Nakshatra in which an individual is born. The effect it distributed throughout a person's life, and its quality and relative benevolence of each period is dependent on the condition and position of that planet in the natal chart.
God Associated and Guru Dosha Nivaran Puja:
Jupiter is the Guru or teacher of all planets, hence the Guru of Gods, Brahashpati is revered to calm down the negative effects of Jupiter.
Lord Shiva being the God of Gods and the all-knowing Guru is known to rule Guru Graha. Worshipping lord Shiva reduces the malefic results of weak Jupiter.
Guru Dosha Nivaran Puja service includes the prayer to Lord Shiva and the reverent teachers or Gurus of individuals. To calm an afflicted Jupiter, one must conduct Guru Dosha Nivaran Puja and should donate bananas, yellow clothes, salt, sugar, turmeric, kesar, yellow flowers and food to Brahmins.
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