Vedic mantras to pacify malefics of planet Saturn and bestow blessings. Vedic mantras are long, detailed and more potent than Beeja mantras. In Kaliyuga, the minimum count for Navgraha Vedic mantras is considered to be four times. So, the minimum chants are 92,000. And the complete mantra siddhi chants are 125,000.
Shani is embodied in the planet Saturn. Shani is the Lord of Saturday. His Tattva or element is air, and his direction is west. He is Tamas in nature and represents learning the hard way, Career and Longevity.
The origin of word Shani comes from the following: Shanaye Kramati Sa: i.e. the one who moves slowly. Saturn takes about 30 years to revolve around the Sun, thus it moves slowly compared to other planets, thus the Sanskrit name Shani. Shani is actually a demi-God and is a son of Surya (the Hindu Sun God) and his wife Chhaya. It is said that when he opened his eyes as a baby for the very first time, the sun went into an eclipse, which clearly denotes the impact of Shani on astrological charts (horoscope).
Shani is considered to be the strongest malefic and a stern teacher who represents patience, effort, endeavour, and endurance; and who brings restrictions and misfortunes. However, a favourably placed Shani on the horoscope of a person stands for a strong career, healthy life and everything positive for that person. In fact, a well-placed Shani in one's horoscope is something every astrology-believing Hindu hopes for, as no other 'graha' can bestow what a favourable Shani can. Shani placed "unfavourably", on the other hand, denotes troubles in all of the above. An "unfavourably placed" Shani brings about the harsh results of one's bad karma, and vice-versa. The diseases which Lord Shani curses of at the physical level are - decay, constriction, poor blood supply, atrophy among others, and at the mental level - narrow mind, low esteem among others.
Puja service includes: Ganpathi Smaran, Shaanti paath, Invocation of all deities, Nine planets invocation mantra (1 mala of each planet), Shani yantra Puja, Shani Vedic mantra chants, Shani Havan (including 108 ahutis of Shami wood), Shani shanti donation.
This puja can be done:
- With 92,000 chants: Number of Priests: 9 ; Number of days: 2
With 125,000 chants: Number of Priests: 7 ; Number of days: 3
Make your selection of chants from the box above.
Eshwar Bhakti priests will perform your Puja as per the Vedic procedure. Please mention your birth details (name, date, time, and place of birth), & Sankalp (your wish) at checkout. This is an individual Puja (you may book puja only on your name or include your near/dear ones in your puja).
You can book this puja with or without a DVD. An hour-long DVD will have the main elements of your puja: Sankalpa, Abhishek or invocation mantras, presiding deity mantra chants, Homa and Aarti. If you opt for a DVD, we will upload it on a cloud link for you to download and watch online, within a week of your puja completion. If you don't opt for a DVD, we will email few short video clips and photos immediately upon successful completion of your ritual.
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1. Date on which your puja would be performed.
2. Complete timings and duration of your ritual.
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4. Zoom meeting details for taking the Sankalpa.
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6. Dietary precautions on the day of your puja.
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