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Rig veda mentions the jaap of Maha mritunjay mantra for the longevity of a person’s life. Maha mritunjay mantra is one of the most sacred mantras in the Hindu religion. It is considered a very powerful mantra to fight off all the evil spirits in life.
Laxmi kuber havan is performed to bring prosperity and wealth to your life. Maa Laxmi is the manifestation of great fortune and Kuber is holding the key to the riches of the world. Offering prayer to Goddess Laxmi and Kuber opens the door to wealth in your life.
Kundli Milan before finalizing the marriage is very important. If the kundli of two people is found compatible it is believed that they will have no or fewer issues in sharing a life together. There are a total of 36 gunas that paditji matches in both the Kundli.
Sarpa means snake and Kal means death. Those born under the Kal Sarpa Yog experience many hardships and problems during their lives. When all seven planets align between Rahu and Ketu, the Kaal Sarp Dosh is formed. It is a recognised mystical occurrence that causes a person to suffer from a variety of problems and occurs as a result of a number of evil karmas committed by particular individuals in previous lives.
Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna. Janmastami is one of the most auspicious and significant festivals in the Hindu religion. It is celebrated on astami of Krishna paksha in Bhadon month. Devotees on this day offer their prayers to seek blessings from Lord Krishna.
Janampatrika or Janampatri refers to a person's birth chart, which lists the positions of the planets, stars, and zodiac signs based on the native's birth details. A birth chart is divided into 12 houses, each of which contains various signs and planets. Based on the location of signs and planets, these houses provide an in-depth study of your traits, personality, disposition, strengths, and weaknesses.
Holika Dahan, a ceremony performed on the Phalguna month's Purnima Tithi (Full Moon night), precedes Holi celebrations. On this day, residents gather in the neighbourhood to light a communal bonfire in honour of Holika. People worship Lord Narasimha, Lord Vishnu's fourth avatar.