Naga Pratisthapana is done at dedicated temples. ‘Pratishthapana’ is -providing an abode. Hence, Naga Pratisthapana is a procedure which should be performed on a particular day, under the guidance of Vedic pandits. The process involves consecration of a serpent image carved in stone at a holy place by making offerings. Legends mention the entire Indian sub-continent as the ‘Naga Kshetra’.
Hence, Naga Pratisthapana becomes an important worship, believed to solve many problems of the performing devotees.
- Relief from Kala Sarpa Dosha
- Relief from the harsh effects of troubling serpents
- Remedy to disturbances in family and problems relating to progeny