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Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja

PurePrayer provides the best and experienced Vedic Pandits to perform Manglik Dosh Nivaran Pujas for Mangal Dosha or Kuja Dosha in important and well-known Kshetras, Homa Kuteeras or in the safety of your homes. Perform the Parihara Pujas for Kuja Dosha with best and experienced Vedic Pandits, Panthulu, or Tamil Vadhyars from PurePrayer for Jataka or Kundli related problems known as “Kuja Dosha”, “Manglik Dosh” and as “Chevvai Dosham” in Tamil.  These Pujas are performed seeking the grace and benevolence of Lord Mangal (Angarak).

You can perform these Nivaran or Parihara Pujas in any of these formats: Online-Offline-Remote Format.

About Mangal Dosh:

Mangal Dosh, one of the malignant astrological ailments (Dosha) in Vedic astrology, occurs in a person’s Birth-chart when Mars is placed in one of the following houses: seventh, first, eighth, fourth, twelfth and second. If and when Mars occurs in one of these houses in the horoscope, then the astrological situation called Mangal Dosha, Kuja Dosha or Angaraka can arise.

Mars is called the planet of War, Mangal Dosh produces unfavourable situations for marriage. If a marriage occurs between two people, the negative effects of Mars will be wiped out.

A person who has a Mangal Dosh or has a negative influence from Mars, in his birth chart is called Manglik. Persons having Mangal Dosh in their Kundali may have to face issues like delayed marriages, disharmony in married life, divorce or even death of spouse.

As per the Hindu Vedic Astrology, the planet Mars signifies a strong desire, will-power to undertake risks, ego, inspiration, self-confidence and quick actions. The planet is ruled by Lord Mangal, who, as mentioned in the Vedas, is the celestial God of War.

Negative effects of Mangal Dosh are said to reduce after the age of 28, hence people who have Mangal Dosha are advised to marry late.

How to Rectify Manglik Dosh (Mangal Dosh Nivaran)

Manglik Dosh can be corrected with certain remedies:

Prayers to Mangal Dev Prayers to Mangal Dev should be chanted every Tuesday using the following Mantra:

|| Om Kraam Kreem Kraum Sah Bhaumaya Namaha ||

Prayers to Lord Hanuman and Lord Ganesha offer oil to Lord Hanuman and worship Lord Ganesha on Tuesday.

Wear the colors of Mars The color associated with Mars is Red. To attract the cosmic energy of Mars, it is recommended to wear red color clothes or keep a red handkerchief.

Wear Gemstones and Rudraksha the gemstone ruled by Mars is Red Coral. It can be worn as a ring on the right little finger. For Rudraksha a 6 Mukhi and a 14 Mukhi is recommended. 6 Mukhi is ruled by Lord Kartikeya and 14 Mukhi is ruled by Lord Hanuman.

Mangal Yantras can be installed in home on Tuesday.

Meaning of Manglik Dosh

In Vedic astrology it is believed there are certain planets that have a malefic effect on an individuals’ life as they are placed unfavorably.

When Mars is placed in the 1st house, 4th house, 7th house, 8th house and 12th house, it is believed it forms Mangal Dosha. If Mars is found in any six of the twelve houses, it causes Manglik Dosh.

Having Manglik Dosh in your horoscope can lead to difficulties in getting married, compatibility issues between couples and delay in finding the right partner. This Manglik Dosh can also lead to hurdles, turmoil, financial loss, professional problems and also separation and divorce from partners.

People with Mangal Dosha in their birth chart tend to be aggressive, have a temper, be aggressive, have high passions and desires, since the planet Mars is known to be an aggressive and fiery planet. Mars is also known as “God of War”.

Meaning of Kuja Dosha

Manglik Dosh is also called Kuja Dosha. Kuja is another name for the planet Mars. The placement of the planet in an inauspicious manner in the birth chart results in a person being affected by Kuja Dosha.

According to the Brahma Vaivarta Purana, ‘Ku’ means earth and ‘Ja’ means birth. According to the story, Kuja was born out of a coral that was left behind in the ocean by Mother Earth as a token of her togetherness with Lord Vishnu. Kuja is red in color and the presiding deity is Lord Muruga.

When an individual is afflicted by Kuja Dosha it causes a negative impact in the person’s life. The person is aggressive, irritated, angry, volatile, temperamental, dominant, conflicting, competitive, violent, and is prone to injury and disaster.

Kuja Dosha in Each House:

House Effects and Impact of Kuja Dosha
1st House Conflicts, Violence in family, Early Divorce or separation
2nd House Delay in marriage, personal and professional life affected
4th House No successful career, financial problems
7th House Short tempered, irritable, no good relations with family members
8th House Laziness, careless, reckless and no paternal property
12th House Monetary loss, mental tensions and enemies.

Impact of Manglik Dosh or Kuja Dosha on Marriage

Mangal Dosha or Kuja Dosha is the important criteria that is considered at the time of marriage. At the time of marriage, the compatibility of the birth charts is studied by astrologers and the position of Mars in each chart is analyzed. This helps in determining if the marriage could be a success. When Mars is in the 7th House of marriage and is placed in a malefic manner there are possibilities of trouble in marriage along with constant fighting and discord. The couple endure hardships, which could ultimately lead to a separation or divorce.

Manglik Dosh Calculator:

If you want to know whether you have Mangal Dosha in your Kundali, you can use Manglik Dosh Calculator. Mangal Dosha calculator is accurate and an effective way of knowing the Dosha.

Meaning of Chevvai Dosham:

According to astrologers in South India, the second house is for Mangal Dosha. It is also known as Chevvai Dosham (Sevvai Dosham).

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Mantra:

|| Om Kraam Kreem Kraum Sah Bhaumaya Namah ||

Mangal Mantra:

|| Om Hoom Shreem Mangalaya Namah ||

Mangal Stotram:

|| Dharanee garbha Sambhootam  vidhyut kaanti Samaprabham |

| Kumaaram Sakthi Hasthancha – Mangalam Pranamaam Yaham ||

।। धरणी गर्भ संभूतं विद्युत्कान्ति समप्रभम

। कुमारं शक्ति हस्तं तं मंगलं प्रणमाम्यहम ।।

Who should perform Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja?

A person who has a weakened Mangal or is undergoing a period of Mangal Maha Dasha or Antar-dasha, or if the planet Mars is in connotation with any other malefic planets by unification, characteristic or is placed in the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 7th, 8th or the 12th house of the birth horoscope, or if Mangal has the lordship of a malefic house and posited in a benefic house and vice versa and also if Manglik Dosha is present in the natal horoscope.

Benefits of Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja | Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja:

Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja is performed for people who are seeking to get rid of Manglik Dosha or Kuja Dosha from their horoscope.

  • Stability in personal life
  • Stability in professional life
  • Removes obstacles
  • Clarity in thoughts
  • Encourages rational thinking
  • Calms the mind
  • Relief from the malefic effects of planet Mars (Mangal) 

Manglik Dosha Nivaran Puja Samagri | Materials List for Mangal Dosha Nivaran Puja at home:

Manglik Dosha Puja Samagri

(Other Manglik Dosha Puja Materials)

Agarbatti (1 pkt), Ashtagandh (25gms), Jenau (1 roll), Akshat (200gms), Attar (1 small bottle), Barley / Jau (100gms), Camphor (Bhimsaini) (100gms), Cardamom (50gms), Cloves (50gms), Cotton Wick (20 wicks), Dhoop (1pkt), Dry fruits (250gms), Gangajal (250ml), Ghee (1kg), Haldi Akkha (200gms), Honey (1 small bottle), Jaggery (200gms), Kumkum (1 pkt), Kusha (1 bundle), Mauli (1 roll), Moong (500gms), Supari – Big (15 pcs), Wheat (1 kg), Nariyal (fresh) (3 pcs), Nariyal (dry) (1 pcs), Gulal (1 pkt), Abeer (50 gms), Khopra (1 pcs), Rose Water (1 small bottle), Sugar, Yellow Mustard (50gms), Rangoli

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

Havan Kit:

Havan Kund, Til (Black), Til (White), Havan Samagri, Kali Urad, Yellow Mustard, Guggul, Sticks, Samidha Bundle, Navgrah Sticks, Wooden Spoons for Havan, Wooden bowls for Havan, Cow Dung Cakes, Abeer, Jau, Ghee, Kusha, Matchbox, Lotus Seeds, Agar, Jatamansi, Shuchi, Shruva, Dron


Mixed Flowers, Durva, Tulsi, Bel Patra, Rose, Veni, Garlands, 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


Milk, Curd, Ghee, Honey, Sugar/Jaggery

Manglik Dosha Puja includes:

Kalash Sthapana, Panchang Sthapana (Gauri Ganesh, Punyavachan, Shodash Matrika, Navgraha, Sarvotabhadra), 64 yogini Puja, Shetrapal Puja, Swasti Vachan, Sankalpa, Ganesh Puja and Abhishek, Navgraha Puja and 108 chants of each planetary mantra, recitation of Mangal stotra 1100 times, Invocation of major Gods and Goddesses in Kalash, Shaanti paath, Mangal Idol Abhishek and Puja, Mangal Yantra Puja, Japa of Mangal Mantra, Mangal Havan (including 108 ahutis of Khadir wood), Aarti, Pushpanjali, Mangal shanti donation in temple, Brahmin Bhojan.

Mangal Grah Puja, Mantra and Yagna:

Mangal Grah Puja, Mantra and Yagna – 7000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 3

Duration – 1 Day

Mangal Grah Puja, Mantra and Yagna – 11000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 3

Duration – 1 Day

Mangal Grah Puja, Mantra and Yagna – 21000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 5

Duration – 1 Day

Mangal Grah Puja, Mantra and Yagna – 51000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 5

Duration – 3 Days

Mangal Grah Puja, Mantra and Yagna – 125000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 7

Duration – 3 Days

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja:

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja – 11000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 3

Duration – 1 Day

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja – 21000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 5

Duration – 1 Day

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja – 51000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 5

Duration – 3 Days

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja – 125000 Japas

No. of Pandit – 7

Duration – 3 Days

Monthly Mangal Grah Shanti Puja and Homam:

Monthly Mangal Grah Shanti Puja and Homam – 1 Month

No. of Pandit – 1

Duration – Every Tuesday for 2 hours

Monthly Mangal Grah Shanti Puja and Homam – 3 Months

No. of Pandit – 1

Duration – Every Tuesday for 2 hours

Kumbh Vivah Puja for Manglik:

When an individual has Mangal Dosha in their birth chart, a Nivaran Puja known as Kumbh Vivah is performed for the person. Mangal Dosha is normally associated with martial discord and people who are Manglik often face marriage problems. Kumbh Vivah Puja is therefore performed to minimize the malefic effects of the planet Mars.

Kumbh Vivah in the means marriage to a clay pot. Kumbh in English means clay pot. It is believed a Mangliks’ first marriage may either have many problems or it may even break. Hence, a Manglik is married to a clay pot for the first marriage. The marriage is performed as per Vedic rituals and thereafter the pot is destroyed representing the first marriage broken and the Manglik can then marry for a second time and have a successful married life.

Kumbh Vivah Puja includes:

Kalash Sthapana, Panchang Sthapana (Gauri Ganesh, Punyavachan, Shodash Matrika, Navgraha, Sarvotabhadra), 64 yogini Puja, Shetrapal Puja, Swasti Vachan, Sankalpa, Ganesh Puja and Abhishek, Navgraha Puja and 108 chants of each planetary mantra, Invocation of major Gods and Goddesses in Kalash, Mangal Yantra Puja, Lord Hanuman Puja, Lord Shiva Puja, Kumbh Vivah Ceremony, Mangal Dosh Nivaran Mantra Japa, Mangal Homam, Aarti, Pushpanjali, Mangal Shanti donation in temple and prasad to Brahmins.

Kumbha Vivah Puja:

No. of Pandits: 3

Duration: 1 Day

Frequently Asked Questions On Manglik Dosh:

Why is Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja performed?

Manglik Dosha Nivaran Puja is performed to negate the malefic effects of the Planet Mars (Mangal) and to rectify the Dosha. Performing a Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja brings stability in life, removes obstacles, removes problems in married life, and lets an individual live a fulfilling life.

Which day of the week is good for performing Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja?

Tuesday is the best day to perform Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja/Mangal Dosha Puja/Kuja Dosha Puja as it is the day dedicated to Lord Mangal.                                   

When should Manglik Dosh Nivaran Puja be performed?

Manglik Dosha Puja should be performed when an individual has Mangal Dosha in their Kundali or are undergoing Mahadasa or Antardasha of the Planet Mars.

What is the procedure for performing Manglik Dosha Puja?

Swasti Vachan, Shanti Path, Sankalp, Ganesh Sthapan, Kalash Sthapan, Lakshmi Sthapan, Mangal Dev Sthapan, Navgrah Sthapan, Brahma Sthapan, Agni Sthapan, Invocation of all Gods and Goddesses, Navgrah Mantra Japa (1 mala for each planet), Mangal Yantra Puja, Mangal Mantra Japa for 11000 times, Lord Shiva Puja, Lord Hanuman Puja, Mangal Homam with Honey, Ghee, Sugar, Til, Ashtagandh, Sandalwood powder, Navgrah Samidha and then Purnahuti, Aarti, Offerings for Mangal Shanti and Prasad to Brahmins.

Which are the best Kuja Dosha Nivarana Sthalams?

Tirupaampuram near Kumbakonam, Vaitheeswaran Koil near Kumbakonam of Tamil Nadu, Gokarna in Karnataka are among the important Kshetras for this puja.

When to Perform Kuja Rahu Sandhi Shanti puja?

This puja can be performed 3 months prior to when the Kuja Mahadasha is going to end and before the Rahu Mahadasha starts. We can perform this Kuja Rahu Sandhi Shanti on any auspicious day or the ideal day per the Rashi Nakshatra of the person.

The puja is also performed when Kuja Mahadasha is presently going on and Rahu Antardasha is there or vice versa, to overcome the ill effects.

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