Nivaran Puja is done to rectify the Pitru Dosha in one's horoscope. The Pitru Dosha is caused when one's forefathers and ancestors have not received proper last rites or Shradha or are unhappy or unfulfilled for some reason and also due to negative deeds of one's forefathers. Pitru Dosha can lead to many hardships in life and thus Pitru Dosha Nivaran Puja is recommended for a happy and peaceful worldly life and for attainment of peace for the departed souls of one's ancestors. Brahat parashar (BPHS) gives 14 kinds of Pitru-dosh and in Vedic astrology Rahu is considered the main cause of this Dosha. The ninth house is the house of fortune in the birth chart. This house has great importance because this house is also known as the house of father and Pitru. If Sun and Rahu form conjunction in this house then Pitru Dosha is formed in the birth chart. As per Vedic scriptures, auspiciousness of that house will be removed where Sun and Rahu are placed together. If there are problems in bearing pregnancy, problems in conceiving male child, repeated miscarriages or the children at home are often falling sick repeatedly. There may be regular / repeated problems without any logical reason or source at the house / business leading to severe frustration. There is absence of peace & harmony in the House / Business premises & we feel negative vibes whenever we enter them. The overall growth of a person appears to have been hampered in spite of his / her sincere efforts.
Pitru Dosha Nivaran Puja is done to rectify the Pitru Dosha in one's horoscope. Benefits: Provides cordial and harmonious family relations Relief from physical and mental ailments Provides financial stability and peace of mind Relief from other malefic effects of Pitru DoshaPuja service includes:
Kalash Sthapana, Panchang Sthapana(Gauri Ganesh, Punyavachan, Shodash Matrika, Navgraha, Sarvotabhadra), 64 yogini Pujan, Shetrapal Pujan, Swasti Vachan, Sankalpa, Ganesh Pujan and Abhishek, Navgraha Pujan and 108 chants of each planetary mantra, Invocation of major Gods and Goddesses in Kalash, 108 Pitru-Tarpan, 11 tarpans of last 3 ancestors, 16 Pind daan, Shraddh of last 3 ancestors, Visarjan, Vishnu Sahasranama, Pitru Dosh Nivaran mantra Japa 11,000 times, Donation to Brahmins, Feeding to Cows, Dogs, Crows & Poor (Panchgras). Mantra:
ॐ देवताभ्यः पितृभ्यश्च महायोगिभ्य एव च
नमः स्वाहायै स्वधायै नित्यमेव नमो नम: Meaning:
समस्त देवताओं, पितरों, महायोगियों, स्वधा एवं स्वाहा सबको हम नमस्कार करते हैं यह सब शाश्वत फल प्रदान करने वाले हैं
We pray to all Gods, ancestors, saints, swadha and Swaha. May They shower us with their blessings. No. of Priests:
Rudra Centre Puja services now has its own temple in Trimbakeshwar. All pujas related to Kaal Sarpa Dosha and Shraadh rituals (for departed souls) are conducted here.
Trimbakeshwar is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in the town of Trimbak which is in Nashik District of Maharashtra, India. The temple is regarded as one of the twelve sacred Jyotirlingas. Also it is important to note that the longest river Godavari originates near Trimbak. The temple premises have a holy kunda (pond) called Kusavarta which is the source of Godavari and all holy rituals are conducted in part around it. Read more on Pujas at Trimbakeshwar temple
This place is renowned for the numerous religious rituals (vidhis) such as Narayan Nagbali, Kalsarpa Shanti, Tripindi Shraadh and Pitru Shanti. Ancient scriptures like Dharma Sindhu, which describes various religious rites, mentions that all rituals related to peace for the departed souls and for relieving oneself of Kaal Sarpa dosha should be done only at Trimbakeshwar. The references are found even in Skandh Puran and Padma Puran about this age-old tradition.
Rudra Centre priests at Trimbakeshwar will perform Puja as per Vedic rituals based on your birth details. Please mention your birth details (name, date, place, time), & Sankalp (your wish) at checkout. This is a individual Puja (you may do puja on individual name or include your near and dear ones in the puja). You will be provided with the contact no. of the priest, to call during the Sankalpa/Puja.
Since this is a Puja for the departed soul, photos and prasad are not sent.