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Significance of Navgraha

Navgrahas Include Surya (Sun), Chandra (Moon), Mangal (Mars), Budha (Mercury), Guru (Jupiter),Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Ketu and Rahu , are two nodes of eclipses the solar and the Lunar, Planets such as Uranus , Neptune and Pluto were not integrated as they were too far to exercise any influence. Meaning of word Graha is laying hold of; these celestial bodies are believed to affect the physical as well as mental condition of humans. Grahas believed to comprise both a malevolent and benevolent influence on our daily life. They are competent to help in resolving any misfortunes.       

These Grahas not only hold a distinct function in Naadi Predictions and in Indian Pantheon. They are not component of the Triumvirate of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. In addition, they are not major deities like to Goddesses Saraswati, Parvati and Laxmi or other gods like Hanuman, Ganapati, Kartikeya.

Why Navgrahs worshipped?

Indian Philosophy heavily influenced by the conjecture of Rebirth and theory of Karma plays a fundamental role. Indian culture heavily believes in Karma of an individual it describes that each person is accountable of prior good or bad deeds. In Nadi reading the 13th chapter, the seeker is told to execute services or Pujas to overcome the malefic effect, Performance of Pujas and simultaneously providing food and water to needy deeds like these helps to overcome the Paap “Sins” and improve the Punyas the Good deed.    

The primary reason is why the Naadi Predictions are referred is, to motivate the seeker to the performance of Shanti and Parihar sacraments at the most primitive and in the prescribed manner. The Individual should visit as per the directions gained in the Naadi Palm Leaf under the assistance of the Nadi Astrologer. This chapter will provide enough guidance for the needy.  

Navagrahas believed to be intermediaries between the principal deities in the temple. Usually Shiva and Worshippers, They each are in charge of the specific vicinity of concern to the devotee; it may be health, wealth, pursuit of knowledge. Professional gainer just about anything the belief is that worshipping a particular Graha for specific need provide the devotee the boon he desires.

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