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Rahu Ketu Dosha Parihara Homam | Rahu Ketu Peeda Parihara Homam

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Rahu Ketu Dosha Parihara Homam:

Rahu and Ketu are among the Navagraha planets as per the Hindu Vedic Astrology. According to the Vedic Astrology, the movements caused by of Rahu Ketu in the horoscope (Birth-Chart) affects marriage, children, education, career, business and many more important aspects of life.

The Puja or Homam performed to remedy this is called Rahu Ketu Dosha Parihara Homam.

The effects of Ketu create obstacles and hindrances in one’s life, will bring in poverty, ill health, loss of finances, evil spirits, loss of property or wealth, hindrances in marriage and many more.

The effects of Rahu brings Kalatra Dosha, Putra Dosha, diseases, mental instability, troubled marriage, Sarpa Dosha in the life of a person.

Rahu Ketu Dosha Parihara Mantra:

Mantra of Ketu:

|| ऒं स्त्राम् स्त्रीम् स्त्रॊम् सः कॆतवे नमः ||

|| ಓಂ ಸ್ತ್ರಾಮ್ ಸ್ತ್ರೀಮ್ ಸ್ತ್ರೋಮ್ ಸಃ ಕೇತವೆ ನಮಃ ||

 || Om StrAm Streem StrOM SaH Ketave NamaH ||

Ketu Stotram:                                                                                  

|| पलाश पुश्प संकाशं तारका ग्रह मस्तकं ||

|| रौद्रं रौद्रात्मकं घॊरं तं केतुं प्रणमाम्यहं ||

|| ಪಲಾಶ ಪುಷ್ಪ ಸಂಕಾಶಂ ತಾರಕಾ ಗ್ರಹ ಮಸ್ತಕಂ ||

|| ರೌದ್ರಂ ರೌದ್ರಾತ್ಮಕಂ ಘೋರಂ ತಂ ಕೇತುಂ ಪ್ರಣಮಾಮ್ಯಹಂ ||

|| PalAsha pushpa sankAshaM tArakaa graha mastakaM ||

|| RoudraM RoudrAtmakaM GhOraM taM ketuM praNamAmyahaM ||

 

 

Mantra of Rahu:

|| ऒं भ्राम् भ्रीम् भ्रौम् सः राहवे नमः ||

|| ಓಂ ಭ್ರಾಮ್ ಭ್ರೀಮ್ ಭ್ರೌಮ್ ಸಃ ರಾಹವೇ ನಮಃ ||

 || Om BhrAm Bhreem Bhraum saH RAhave NamaH ||

Rahu Stotram:

|| अर्धकायं महावीर्यं चंद्रादित्य विमर्दनं ||

|| सिंहिका गर्भ संभूतं तं राहुम् प्रणमाम्यहं ||

|| ಅರ್ಧಕಾಯಂ ಮಹಾವೀರ್ಯಂ ಚಂದ್ರಾದಿತ್ಯ ವಿಮರ್ದನಂ ||

|| ಸಿಂಹಿಕಾ ಗರ್ಭ ಸಂಭೂತಂ ತಂ ರಾಹುಮ್ ಪ್ರಣಮಾಮ್ಯಹಂ ||

|| ArdhakAyaM mahAveeryaM chaMdrAditya vimardanaM ||

|| SiMhikA garbha saMbhootaM taM rAhum praNamaamyahaM ||

 

Who should perform Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam?

Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam should be performed by those who suffer from marital discord, unable to have children, unable to get jobs, having loss in business, health issues, unable to get married and any kind of long-standing problems. The Homam is performed to negate the malefic effects of the planets Rahu and Ketu and to remove the planets’ negative impact from an individual’s life.

Benefits of performing Rahu Ketu Dosha Parihara Puja
  • Removes the effect of Doshas from the birth chart
  • Results in abundance, prosperity and wealth
  • Removes sufferings and brings in happiness and health in life
  • Blesses a person with positive will power, a sense of accomplishment and determination
  • Improves professional and personal life
  • Allows Spiritual Growth and peace of mind
  • Brings in harmony and peace in life
  • Protection from negative energies

 

Rahu Ketu Dosha Parihara Homam Samagri | Materials List for Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam:

Two silver snake images representing Rahu and Ketu, Black and Red color cloth pieces, Black gram, turmeric powder and lemon.

Other Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam Materials:

Agarbatti, Ashtagandh, Jenau, Akshat, Attar, Barley / Jau, Camphor (Bhimsaini), Cardamom, Cloves, Cotton Wick, Dhoop, Dry fruits, Gangajal, Ghee, Haldi Akkha, Honey, Jaggery, Kumkum, Kusha, Mauli, Moong, Supari – Big, Wheat, Nariyal (fresh), Nariyal (dry), Gulal, Abeer, Khopra, Rose Water, Sugar, Yellow Mustard, Rangoli

Red, White & Yellow Cloth, White Thread bundle, Fruits, Sweets

Flowers:

Mixed Flowers, Durva, Tulsi, Bel Patra, Rose, Veni, Garland – 3 different, Paan Leaves, Mango Leaves

Puja Utensils:

Copper Kalash, Copper Plates, Panchpatra Set, Akhand Diya, Thali, Brass Bowls, Spoons, Cloth (Red, Yellow, Green, Black, White, Pink), Dhoti, Saree, Colors (Red, Green, Black, Yellow), Panch Aarti, Bell, Agarbatti Stand, Dhoop Stand, Abhishek Pot.

Panchamrit:

Milk, Curd, Ghee, Honey, Sugar/Jaggery

Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam includes:

Kalash Sthapana, Panchang Sthapan (Gauri Ganesh, Punyavachan, Shodash Matrika, Navgraha, Pradhan Sthapan), Swastivachan, Sankalp, Rudra Pujan and Abhishek, Ketu Yantra Puja, Ketu Mantra Jaap (18 Thousand), Rahu Yantra Puja, Rahu Mantra Jaap (18 Thousand), Aarti, Pushpanjali.

Rahu Ketu Parihara Homan: 11000 Chants

No. of Pandit for Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam: 3

Duration: 1 day

Rahu Ketu Parihara Homan: 21000 Chants

No. of Pandit for Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam: 5

Duration: 1 day

Rahu Ketu Parihara Homan: 51000 Chants

No. of Pandit for Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam: 5

Duration: 3 days

Rahu Ketu Parihara Homan: 125000 Chants

No. of Pandit for Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam: 7

Duration: 3 days

Rahu Dosha Parihara Homam at Thirunageswaram kshetra:

Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam is a powerful Vedic ritual performed at the Thirunageswaram Kshetra. Homam is performed to remove obstacles from an individual’s life caused by Rahu and Ketu.

Thirunageswaram Temple:

The Thirunageswaram Kshetra is known for Sri Naganathaswamy Temple situated near Kumbakonam in the Thanjavur district of Tamil Nadu. Considered as one of the Navagraha Sthalams (Nine temples dedicated to Navagraha deities), Thirunageswaram temple is dedicated to Lord Rahu. This is also called Senbaranya (Champakaranya) Kshetra due to the presence of a large number of Senbaga (Champak) Trees.

According to legend, the temple was built by the Chola King Aditya and dates back to the 10th century. It is believed three serpents Adishesha, Takshaka, and Karkotaka offered Pujas to Lord Shiva here. Legend also says, the king of snakes Adishesha performed penance at this place and received a boon from Lord Shiva. Hence the presiding deity of Lord Shiva here is called Naganathar or Naganathaswamy. His consort Parvati has been consecrated here and is called by the popular name of Giri Gujambika, along with Lakshmi and Saraswati by her side.

Tirunageswaram Temple is also considered as one of the shrines of the 276 Padal Petra Sthalams of Lord Shiva. Lord Rahu has been depicted by a human face in this temple as compared to other temples where he has a face of a serpent. At the temple, Rahu is accompanied by his two consorts.

Performing Pujas and Havans to Lord Rahu at this temple is believed to help a person get rid of diseases, Pitru Dosha, Kala Sarpa Dosha and many more problems.

Ketu Dosha Parihara Homam at Keezhaperumpallam Kshetra

Keezhaperumpallam temple in Keezhaperumpallam Kshetra is also known as the Naganatha Swamy Temple and represents one of the Navagraha Sthalams dedicated to Lord Ketu. Ketu Sthalam is one of the most ancient temples and it is here, we can find the rare image of Ketu with his head intact. Ketu is seen here offering Pujas to Naganathar (Lord Shiva) with folded hands.

In the temple, Ketu is seen here to have the body of a demon and a head of a serpent. Ketu is offered Pujas first and then devotees proceed to pray Lord Shiva.

Keezhaperumpallam Temple

Keezhaperumpallam temple is located near Mayiladuthurai, a small town of Nagapattinam district in Tamil Nadu. The temple is one of the nine Navagraha temples dedicated to Lord Ketu. Lord Shiva is the presiding deity worshipped in the form of Naganathar and his consort Goddess Parvati is worshipped as Soundara Nayagi Amman.

During the Great Churn of the milky ocean, Devatas (Gods) and Asuras (Demons) were looking to get the divine Elixir (Amrit). Lord Vishnu decided to distribute the nectar among the Devatas only, as he feared that if he gave the nectar to the Asuras it would make them invincible. Swarbhanu, one of the demons disguised himself as one of the Gods and consumed the nectar. Having noticed this, the sun and the moon informed Lord Vishnu who struck the Asura with his Sudarshan Chakra and cut the Asura in two. The head of the Asura joined in with the body of a snake and became Rahu and the body of the asura kept growing as he had consumed the nectar. The body later cojoined with the head of a snake to become Ketu. They prayed to Lord Shiva seeking forgiveness and rid them of the sin they committed.

Performing Pujas and Homam at the Keezhaperumpallam Kshetra will get rid of Ketu Dosha, Naga Dosha and many related problems.

Rahu Ketu Dosha Parihara Homam at Thirupampuram Kshetra

Thirupampuram Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Located near Kumbakonam, south of the Kaveri River, in Tamil Nadu. The temple is also known as Seshapuri and Urakapuram. The presiding deity is Lord Shiva in the form of Pampuranathar also known as Seshapureeswarar and Sarpeswarar. Goddess Parvati is in the form of Bhramarambigai and Vandarkuzhali. It is believed that Lord Brahma and Maharshi Agasthya performed penance to Lord Shiva in this region.

It is also believed the king of serpents Nagaraja and Karkotaka also worshipped Lord Shiva here.

Thirupampuram Temple

As the story goes, one day Lord Vinayagar was praying to Lord Shiva, the snake around the neck of Lord Shiva thought that Lord Vinayagar was offering prayers to him as well. Lord Shiva got angry with the snake and cursed the serpents to lose their powers. In order to retrieve their powers back, Adishesha and other serpents came to earth and offered prayers to Kudanthai Nageshwarar on Mahashivratri in the morning, Thirunageswaram at noon, Thirupampuram Pambureswarar in the evening and Nagoor Nageshwarar in the night to get the blessings Lord Shiva.

According to the history of the temple, snakes can be seen in the temple near the Gods and Goddesses. It is also said that people who visit the temple have never been bitten by any of the snakes in the temple.

Puja’s offered at this temple are for Rahu Ketu Dosha, for Naga Dosha, Sarpa Dosha, people who are unable to have children, problems in marriage and so on.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Rahu Ketu Dosha Parihara Homam

Why should Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam be performed?

Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam is performed to pacify the planets Rahu and Ketu and negate the negative effects of the planets. It is also performed to resolve marriage problems, problems with career, problems with conceiving and other issues.

Which day of the week is good for performing Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam?

Sundays and Tuesdays are the best days to perform the puja as these days are believed to be for Rahu and Ketu.

When should Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam be performed?

The Puja can be performed anytime; however, it is considered auspicious to perform the puja during Rahu kala. The Puja can also be performed on Chaturthi, Panchami, Purnima, Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse. Festive days like Mahashivratri, Masik Shivratri, and Navaratri days are considered good to perform the Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam.

What is Rahu Ketu Parihara Homam Procedure?

The Homam lasts for 30 to 40 minutes and unlike any other Homam does not include a Havan. Take a bath before performing the Puja and wear fresh traditional clothes. The devotee should fast till the puja is complete. The Puja is performed by chanting mantras of Rahu and Ketu with two metallic snakes that represent both the planets. Flowers and vermillion are offered to the both and mantras are chanted to complete the ritual.

 

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