Perform Ashlesha Bali Pooja in Bangalore or Teertha Kshetras for protection from Sarp Dosh, Kuja Dosh and many more.
Ashlesha Bali Pooja is a special worship performed seeking protection and relief from Sarpa Dosh, Naga Dosh, Kuja Dosh (Manglik) and Kala Sarpa Dosh. This worship is in practice from time immemorial. Worship of snakes or ‘Nagaradhana’ finds mention in many Puranas.
Ashlesha is one of the 27 constellations in the Hindu Sanatan Astrology. Ashlesha means the ‘Unseparated’ or ‘Inseparable’. Lakshmana and Shatrughna were born in this constellation. This has been mentioned by Maharshi Valmiki in Ramayanam.
Ashlesha Nakshatra Shanti is another name for Ashlesha Bali Puja. Ashlesha Nakshatram is called Ayyilyam or Aiyillam in Tamil and Malayalam. Performing Shanti Poojas to those born in this constellation is considered beneficial. This is said to result in the benevolence of Sarpa Devatas.
While, Ashlesha bali is performed on the date of Ashlesha Star every month, you can also perform in the auspicious months of Shravanamaas, Kartikamaas and Margashiramaas of Hindu Calendar.
Duration of the Puja procedure is typically two hours. You will probably have to spend half a day for preparation, performance and Prasadam. Coupled with other Pujas or Homas and when performed in Kshetras, it can be an overnight stay.
A Sarpa Mandala is drawn. Images of Shesh Nag will be placed and offered worships as defined in the tradition. Jaap or Japam will be done with suitable chant like Sarpa Sooktam. The bali made from ghee, rice and wheat is offered to these serpent gods.
Benefits of Ashlesha Bali Puja:
- Sarpa Dosh and its effects are reduced
- Delays in marriage are overcome
- Overcomes problems in marital life
- Rahu-Ketu Dosh Nivrutti (Nullifies their effect)
- Ill health like skin related problems are alleviated
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Frequently asked questions on Ashlesha Bali Puja
What is Ashlesha Bali Pooja?
Ashlesha Bali Pooja is a special worship performed seeking protection and relief from Sarpa Dosha, Naga Dosha, Kuja Dosha (Manglik) and Kala Sarpa Dosh. This worship is in practice from time immemorial. Worship of snakes or ‘Nagaradhana’ finds mention in many Puranas.
Relief from ill-health, problems in married life, fertility issues, skin related diseases, delays in every action, couple anxious to have kids and many such related difficulties are addressed by performing this puja.
This Puja is performed once in a month on the day of Ashlesh Nakshatram. Lord Subramanya is worshipped seeking protection from Kaalasarpa dosh and Kuja dosh. Ashlesh Bali Homa is a performed as a powerful remedy to reduce the malefic effects caused by Rahu and Ketu.
Why is Ashlesha Nakshatra Shanti done?
Ashlesha Nakshatra Shanti is another name for Ashlesha Bali Puja. This is called Ayyilyam or Aiyillam in Tamil and Malayalam. Performing Shanti Poojas to those born in this constellation is considered beneficial. This is said to result in the benevolence of Sarpa Devatas. If the native of this star is going through a bad patch due to planetary positions, performing this puja can help them tide over the problems.
What I should know about being born in Ashlesha Nakshatram?
Ashlesha is one of the 27 constellations in the Hindu Sanatan Astrology. Ashlesh means the ‘Unseparated’ or ‘Inseparable’. Lakshmana and Shatrughna were born under this constellation. This has been mentioned by Maharshi Valmiki in Ramayanam. Those born under this Birth-Star are believed to be highly intelligent, oriented towards, Arts, communication and can leave a positive impression on others. They are believed to possess good leadership qualities. It is advisable to make frequent visits to the temples of Sri Subrahmanya Swamy or Sri Narasimha Swamy with consorts. Even Durga temple visits are said to be beneficial. This is said to give good results. Tuesdays are auspicious.
Who should perform Ashlesha bali Pooja?
Those with Birth-star of Ashlesha can perform Ashlesh Bali Puja. This can have a positive effect leading to peace and harmony. Malefic effects like Nag Dosh, Sarpa Dosh, Kaal Sarp Dosh diminish. On the day of Ashlesha Star, you can visit the temples performing this puja. You can also perform Ashlesha Bali in complete privacy. We offer excellent Kshetra facilities and safe and hygienic Homa Kuteeras for performing Poojas. Please contact our Support team for details.
What is the Significance of Ashleshabali Pooja?
This is a special ‘Prakriya’ offering food to Nagadevatas and one of the Vedic solutions. It can be a combination of Puja, Homa and Bali. The deities Rahu and Ketu are said to be pleased by this puja. Sarpa Devatas are invoked, worshipped and Bali (food offering) is offered to each one of them. Sarpa sooktha japam is done. This is said to reduce the problems arising out of a) Kuja Dosha b) Rahu Dosha c) Sarpa Dosha, d) Sarpa Hatya Dosha e) Valmika Nasana Dosha (destruction of anthills) f) Mrita Sarpa Darshana Dosha (sight of a dead snake).
How should I perform Ashlesha bali Pooja?
Ashlesha Bali Pooja is performed in Kshetras and temples like Gaya, Gokarna, Trimbakeshwar, Rameshwaram, Srirangapattna and many others. This is performed every month on the day of Ashlesha Nakshatram. Shravanmaas, Kartikmaas and Margashirmaas are said to be highly auspicious.
You can consult our astrologers for any clarifications. You can call our Support team to learn more about the possibilities of setting up dates for performing the puja. We offer end-to-end solutions for travel, puja and stay in highly hygienic and safe locations.
How long is the Ashleshabali Puja?
Ashleshabali is typically a two hour procedure. You will probably have to spend half a day for preparation, performance and Prasadam. Coupled with other Pujas or Homas and when performed in Kshetras, it can be an overnight stay.
What should I wear for Ashleshabali Puja?
Ashleshabali Puja is a traditional worship delineated in Puranas and practiced for many centuries in India with traditional attire of Dhothi for men and sari for women.
Can I eat during Ashleshabali Puja?
People do not consume any food like rice, pulses or wheat in any form. The day begins by rising early and taking a bath. Prasadam will be served after the Puja. No cooked food may be consumed in the night.
Can I perform Ashleshabali Puja in Absentia?
Ashlesha Bali Puja can be performed in “Absentia” in Kshetras and temples like Gaya, Gokarna, Rameshwaram, Trimbakeshwar, Srirangapattna and many others. This is performed every month on the day of Ashlesha Nakshatram. You can call our Support team to learn more about the possibilities of setting up dates.
Do I get Prasadam for Ashleshabali Puja?
You will receive Prasadam for performing the puja in absentia.
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