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Naga Puja

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Naga Puja is a powerful Vedic ritual dedicated to the Naga Devatas (Serpent Gods) to seek their blessings for protection, removal of Naga Dosha (afflictions related to serpents), and overall well-being. This sacred puja is performed to appease the serpent deities and seek their favor for protection from negative influences, prosperity, and spiritual growth. By invoking their divine grace, devotees can experience relief from obstacles, enhanced strength, and overall harmony.

  • Removal of Naga Dosha: Helps in alleviating afflictions related to serpents in one’s horoscope.
  • Protection from Negative Influences: Shields against negative energies and adversities.
  • Success and Prosperity: Promotes success and financial stability.
  • Strength and Courage: Enhances physical, mental, and spiritual strength.
  • Peace and Harmony: Brings peace and harmony to personal and family life.
  • Overall Well-being: Fosters a balanced and harmonious life.
  • Removal of Naga Dosha: Helps in alleviating afflictions related to serpents in one’s horoscope.
  • Protection from Negative Influences: Shields against negative energies and adversities.
  • Success and Prosperity: Promotes success and financial stability.
  • Strength and Courage: Enhances physical, mental, and spiritual strength.
  • Peace and Harmony: Brings peace and harmony to personal and family life.
  • Overall Well-being: Fosters a balanced and harmonious life.

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After you provide us with the necessary details, our team will take 24 to 48 working hours to finalize the auspicious date and time for your Puja. This information, including the scheduled date and time, will be sent to you via email, ensuring you are well-informed and can make any necessary preparations.

All the Pujas offered by AstroBhava are conducted within our sacred Tantric temples located in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, and Palakkad, Kerala. These temples are specially consecrated for performing Tantric rituals, providing a powerful and spiritually charged environment for the ceremonies.

Due to the highly sacred and esoteric nature of the rituals performed in our Tantric temples, we are unable to live telecast the ceremonies. However, if you wish to witness the Puja, you are most welcome to visit our temples in person. Please notify our Customer Support team about your visit, and we will be happy to host you, allowing you to experience the rituals firsthand.

Because the rituals are conducted in our Tantric temples, we are unable to capture photographs or video recordings of the ceremonies. The sacred and private nature of these rituals prohibits any form of media documentation, ensuring the sanctity and purity of the Puja are maintained.

Yes, upon the completion of the Puja, we ship Prasad to you. This applies to all Pujas irrespective of the days choosen. The Prasad is a sacred offering blessed during the ritual, which you will receive as a token of divine blessings and positive energy.

Yes, if you opt for a 48-day Puja, a Yantra will be energized continuously for the entire duration of the ritual. The Yantra, which is a powerful Vedic device with intricate geometric patterns, will be imbued with divine energy and then locked inside a Silver Amulet. This amulet, along with the energized Yantra, will be shipped to you, serving as a source of positive energy and protection.

The 48 days correspond to the 27 Nakshatras (Birth Stars), 12 Rashis (Moon Signs), and 9 Planets, totaling 48.

A Yantra is a special Vedic device that serves as a powerhouse of supreme cosmic energy. It consists of complex geometric patterns and holy signatures. When activated, a Yantra can create a positive environment, channeling divine energies to bring about beneficial changes in your life. Each Yantra is unique and corresponds to a specific deity, enhancing the spiritual and material well-being of the person using it.
Yantras are energized through a three-day process: Jala Pradishta (drawing geometric figures, dipping in Panchakavya), Prana Pradishta (energizing with Pranayama), and Jeeva Pradishta (chanting mantras 108 times with offerings).

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