“ॐ सं सर्वारिष्ट निवारणाये नवग्रहभ्यों नम:”
Mooldosh Puja/Gand Mooldosh Nivaran Puja & Yajna (मूलदोष पूजा और यज्ञ): Another powerful remedy includes Mool Shanti puja on the 27th day from the birth of a child. The Moon comes back to the Janma Nakshatra on the 27th day. Mool Shanti puja should be carried out for people born in these Nakshatra. Puja may not be carried out on the 27th day but it should then be done on a day when Moon returns to the Janma Nakshatra. Till then the father must not see the face of the offspring. The Pooja and Yajna must be done in this case otherwise it may be fatal for the family. A person gets some relief from the inauspicious results by worshipping the Lord of the Janma Nakshatra. This also results in auspicious results.- Gand Mooldosh Nivaran Puja
Who will perform Mooldosh Puja?
Gand Mool Nakshatra comprises of Ashwini, Aslesha, Magha, Jyeshtha, Mool and Revati Nakshatra. These Nakshatra give inauspicious results when they are in conjunction. People born in these Nakshatra should use some remedies to calm down the ill effects. The inauspicious results of these Nakshatra can be calmed down through Mool Shanti.-Mooldosh Puja
If a person is born in the first stage of Ashwini Nakshatra, it might cause some problems for the father. The other stages give auspicious results. The first stage of Aslesha Nakshatra is auspicious; the second stage results in financial losses, the third and fourth stage give problems to the mother and father respectively. A person receives these results in the first two years. Magha Nakshatra gives inauspicious results to the mother and father in the first and second stage respectively. The other stages are auspicious.-Mooldosh Puja
The first stage of Jyeshtha Nakshatra is inauspicious for the elder brother. The second stage causes problems for the younger brother. The third and fourth stage cause problems for the mother and father respectively. A person receives these results in the first year itself. A girl born in Jyeshtha Nakshatra or on a Tuesday is dangerous for her brother. The first stage of Mool Nakshatra causes problems for the father. The second stage causes problems for the mother. The third stage results in financial problems while the fourth stage of this Nakshatra is auspicious.-Mooldosh Puja
Revati Nakshatra stays in Pisces sign from 16 degrees and 40 minutes to 30 degrees. If Moon is in Pisces sign between these degrees, a child is said to have been born in Gandmool Nakshatra. Native born in the fourth stage of Revati Nakshatra create problems for himself. However, some scholars believe that people born in this stage can cause problems for their parents also. They may face a lot of struggle in life.
Mooldosh Puja Benefits:
This Yajna and Puja is beneficial for those who are suffering from malefic effects of Mool Dosha. It is meant for the removal of problems of father, siblings and mother too.
A person gets some relief from the inauspicious results by worshipping the Lord of the Janma nakshatras. This also results in auspicious results. People born in Ashwini, Magha or Mool nakshatras should worship Lord Ganesha. People born in these nakshatras should donate brown coloured clothes or Cat’s eye gemstone on a Thursday or Wednesday of every month. Such a person may also hoist a flag in a temple.
A person born in Ashlesha, Jyestha or Revati nakshatras should worship Mercury. People born in any of these nakshatras should donate green vegetables, green coriander, emerald gemstone, copper utensils, amla etc. on a Wednesday.
Mooldosh Puja & Yajna Key Features:
Gauri Ganesha, Kalash and Navagraha Pooja
Hoisting flags in temple.
Special worship of “Mool & Mulini”
“27” Type Aoushadhi(Herbs) Abhishek
Chanting of “Mool Dosha” main mantra while born on certain Nakshatra
Chanting Mool Nakshtra Beej Mantra as per requirement.
Recite Navagrha Stotra daily.
Mool Dosha Dashansh Yajna & Purnahuti
Donation of green vegetables and gooseberry to 27 “Brahmins” with brass utensils.
The complete footage CD of this Mooldosh Puja & Yajna will be sent with Prasad only to the people who will not attend the Yajna personally.