Are you facing a Delay in Marriage? Are you suffering from Mangalik Dosh? If you have Mangal in your Kundali / Birthchart and if the position of 7th house planets is not suitable, i.e., Mangalik Dosh. To remove Mangalik Dosh from individuals Kundali, we perform Kumbh Vivah. Kumbh Vivah is related to Mangalik Dosh.
If Mangal Grah placed at the position 1, 4, 7, 8, 12 then the sight of Mars falls on the seventh house of the horoscope. The seventh house in Janam Kundali is for the wife or Life partner. The status of the seventh house for marriage is accessed. In Kundali, if Mangal(Mars) is placed at 7th position, then it is considered the Mangalik Dosh. It is not good for marriage or married life.
Mangalik Dosh is found in the horoscopes of forty percent of people, and after deep study of the potential of Mars in it, it is known whether there is Manglik Yoga or not. Those suffering from the evil effects of Mars (Mangal) to a great extent or whose first marriage is likely to break due to Manglik Dosh or any other yoga are advised to Kumbh Marriage or Kumbh Vivah.
It is also called Little Mangalik, generally ends after 18years of age. It doesn’t affect too much but is still resolved by Shanti Puja. After marriage, these doshas cause health issues, delivery problems, or clashes in one’s family.
This is very strong and negative Manglik Dosh. If an individual gets married to another with Manglik Dosh, it will indeed affect another person’s life. The perfect solution for Maha Manglik Dosh is Kumbh Vivah. This dosh can be finished by performing Kumbh Vivah. It may give success to both Bride and Groom even if one has Major Manglik Dosh.
No, Mangalik Dosh is not permanent. Using Remedies like Kumbh Vivah can cure Mangalik Dosh Kundali permanently. Vedic Astrology believes that certain planets are malefic and that ill-placements (Wrong Position) can damage various aspects of life. Moreover, our Purohit Sangh Astrologer provides the best remedies to cure such Doshas.
Kumbh combines two Sanskrit words; Kumbh means pot, and Vivah means Wedding/marriage in English. Kumbh Vivah is a marriage ceremony conducted with a Clay Pot filled with water. Kumbh Vivah is a puja performed when an individual has a Manglik Dosh or a Double Manglik Dosh in his Kundali/horoscope. Manglik Dosh is a kind error in Kundali / Patrika, which affects after the wedding.
While the most commonly found hurdle for the delay in marriage because of Magal Dosh. I suggest you perform Kumbh Vivah Parihar Puja to Remove Mangal Dosh in Janma Kundli and Vivah Yog Balam Puja to remove the delay in marriage caused by other Graha.
Simple, we can say Kumbh Vivah is a cancellation of 2nd Marriage Yog from your life. In Kumbh Vivah, a Girl marries the earthen pot with all Vedic rituals as if she is married to a boy. Also, after the marriage with Kumbh, the earthen pot should be smashed.
Kumbh Vivah is only a typical wedding. For example, If a Girl has a Manglik Dosh, then she has to do this ritual. After performing the Kumbh Vivah puja, she can now marry the person and will not be having any further problems after the wedding.
Kumbh Vivah is related to Mangal Dosh or Mangalik Yog. Who is having Mangal Dosh in his Kundali/ Janam Patrika and facing issues like delay in marriage or too many clashes between Husband –Wife? People should perform Kumbh Vivah Puja.
Kumbh Vivah is a marriage ceremony conducted with a Clay Pot filled with water. Vidhi of Kumbh Vivah is the same as a real marriage. This is an unclosed marriage where only the Mother, Father, Brother, and Uncle ( Mother’s Brother ) attains the Kumbh Vivah. As per Kumbh Vivah muhurta, Guruji performs a puja, and this marriage will going to end soon.
If the person is advised doing Kumbh Vivah, they Should go to Trimbakeshwar Purohit Sangh Guruji and ask about Puja Procedure and Muhurtas. They have experienced Guruji (pandit) of Trimbakeshwar Temple.
Kumbh Vivah is not so expensive. All mantras and puja vidhi are similar to real marriage. The cost of Kumbh Vivah will depend on Guruji, or it will purely depend on an individual what Dakshina he gives to Guruji.
Where is Kumbh Vivah performed? Any kind of Dosha Nivaran Puja's must not be performed at Home. Temples are the best place for such Dosh Nivaran Puja.
Trimbakeshwar Temple is one of the best places to perform Kumbh Vivah. Purohit Sangh Guruji will make an easy and effective puja procedure for the devotees.
Purohit Sangh is an organization of approximately more than 300 Guruji. They will guide perform puja. They have well experienced Guruji of Trimabeskwar Temple. They are called Tamrapatradhari Guruji. “ Tamrapatradhari means they have a Birthright to perform all types of puja like Narayan Nagbali Puja, Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja, Tripidi Shradha Puja, Mahamrityunjay Jaap, Rudra Abhishek, and Kumbh Vivah.
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Navgraha puja is performed to reduced negative effects of nine grahas or planets. The word “Navgraha” is a combination of two words; Nav means Nine, and Grah means Planets. Navgraha includes Lord Surya, Chandra, Mangal, Budha, Guru, Shukra, Shani, Rahu, and Ketu. Actually, Navgarhas are the major planets which have great importance in our life. They play a major role in deciding the destiny of Man. It is believed that what is Good or Bad happening in our life is because of the planetary position of Navgrahas in the Horoscope. To get positive effects to you and your family from all major planets, we perform Navgraha Puja or Navgraha Honam. It is conducted to pray for health, success, and prosperity.
Navgraha Pooja is performed at the auspicious Trimbakeshwar temple, located in Trimbakeshwar, Nashik, Maharashtra. This temple is also known as a landmark for such a puja in the holy city of Trimbakeshwar. Several pujas are performed for individual planets also like Kumbh Vivah Puja for Mangal dosh(Mangal planet), Kaal Sarp Puja for Rahu, and Ketu.
This puja is recommended for the people who are regularly facing losses, obstacles, delays in their carrier/ business or family life.
Performing Navgrah puja with total dedication under the guidance of an experienced Astrologer or Purohits will remove the ill effects of the planets in one’s life while strengthening the positive and favorable influences on that planet.
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Purohit Sangh, Trimabkeshwar is a group of authorized Guruji. These are the local Guruji of Trimbakeshwar town. They are Tamrapatradhari Pandit, having legal birthright to perform puja in Trimbakjeshwar temple. With the help of our “Online Puja Booking Portal,” you can book Puja/ Panditji online.
The booking portal shows you the complete biography of Panditji/Guruji, who perform puja in the Trimabkeshwar temple. You can reach Purohit Sangh Guruji with just one click. For further discussion, Guruji’s contact details are also given.
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The Nakshatra Shanti puja or Nakshatra puja is performed to nullify the bad effects of nakshatras prevailing at the time of a person's birth. The puja aims to finish the bad effects of the planets in their main periods ( Mahadasha) or sub-periods ( antardasha) and attain positive results from Lord Nakshatra. Also, to get beneficial results from the same planets, we perform Nakshatra Shanti. As per Vedas, Nakshatra Shanti Puja is essential in our lives. It is conducted once a year for the betterment of one's life. Ashlesha nakshatra Shanti, Vishakha nakshatra Shanti, Mool Nakshatra Shanti, Revati Nakshatra Shanti, Ashwini Nakshatra Shanti, Magha Nakshatra Shanti, and Jyeshta Nakshatra Shanti these are the different types of Gand Mool Nakshatra Shanti. A person born in Ashlesha, Jyeshta, or Revati nakshatra should worship Mercury.
When an individual takes birth, His destiny is decided by God and is shown by Kundali / Horoscope. Destiny means Birth time, Birthplace, or Birth Nakshatra. When a person is born, the moon and the other planets have their specific zodiac signs in which they are present. Planets have huge effects on the life of the person who is born.
As per our Hindu Vedic astrology, Nakshatra or Janam Nakshatra have significant effects on almost every phase of our lives, including Health, Wealth, Our Nature. Nakshatra plays a key role in shaping life. It is associated with Mahadasha, due to which it has an intense effect on your destiny. Even the duration of Mahadasha and Antar Dasha is also calculated based on the nakshatra, which signifies where the moon was placed at our birth.
Apart from the planets, there are 27 Nakshatras. They are also having powerful effects on the person's life. Due to the malefic impact of Nakshatras, it causes unhappiness of the person to a very great extent. One can become averse to his good luck when malefic effects of Nakshatras entrap a person to the extent that he/she cannot recover from the impact of the Nakshatra. For the suitable position of planets ( Grah) or to get suitable Kundali Yog, we perform Nakshatra Shanti Puja.
To reduce the bad effects of Gand Mool Nakshatras, we perform Gand Mool Nakshatra Shanti Puja. As per the standard practice by Aarcharya, it is said that Gand Mool Nakshatra Shanti should be done within 27 days after the child's birth.
This Gandh Mool Nakshatras presence is not so good for the child. As per Jyotish Shastra, the child born in these Nakshatras has to face many issues from childhood to old age. He has to face problems related to education, health, carrier, marriage, property, and other aspects of life. Not only the child but also the family members have to face problems along with him. Mool, Jyeshtha, and Ashlesha have more effects as compared to other Nakshatras.
As per Jyotish Shastras, There are 27 Nakshatras. They are 27 equal division of Lunar path (Moon's path). The path covered by the moon in the year is equally divided into 27 divisions and each sector.
Out of 27 Nakshatras, 6 Nakshatra are considered inauspicious, and they are called Gand Mool Nakshatra.
These six nakshatras are listed below.
Ashlesha nakshatra is traditionally considered as the bad nakshatra. We perform Ashlesha nakshatra Shanti Puja to reduced the bad effects of ashlesha nakshatra on a horoscope. Ashalesha nakshatra Shanti puja gives more power or positivism to Ashlesha nakshatra. This puja will provide its beneficial effects to the person with more frequency and more quantum. If Gand Mool dosh is also created in the horoscope due to the wrong position of the moon in ashleasha nakshatra, that time also we perform ashlesha nakshatra Shanti puja. It takes two days to accomplish. It will be more effective if we start this puja on Wednesday and complete it on Thursday. The day to start Ashlesha nakshatra Shanti puja may change depending on the time. Pandit recites Ashlesha Nakshatra's Shanti mantra while performing puja.
Mool Nakshatra Shanti Puja must be performed for the Shanti or to calm down the mool nakshatras. In this ritual, eleven thousand mantras of the planets are chanted. Leaves of twenty-seven different plants are collected for the puja, & water is gathered from twenty-seven different places. To negate the sinful effects of mangal Gandant or mool dosh that form in the person's horoscope.
People born on this nakshatra should donate brown-colored clothes or cat's eye gemstone on Wednesday or Thursday of every month.
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People perform Jyeshtha Nakshatra Shanti Puja to nullify the bad effects of Jyeshta nakshatra in a horoscope. Jyeshtha Nakshatra Shanti puja gives more power or positivism to Jyeshtha nakshatra. Guruji performs Jyeshtha nakshatra Shanti puja as Gand Mool dosh nivarn pooja.
Puja takes seven days to complete. Guruji starts Jyeshtha nakshatra Shanti puja on Wednesday. Where the day begins, Jyeshtha nakshatra, Shanti sometimes changes depending upon the time. While performing puja, Panditji recites the Jyeshtha Nakshatra Shanti mantra. Generally, Guruji can finish this chant or Jaap in 7 days. Hence they start pooja on Wednesday and completes it on the following Wednesday.
People perform Magha Nakshatra Shanti Puja to nullify the bad effects of Jyeshta nakshatra in a horoscope. But they can do this puja to enhance advantages given by benefice Magha nakshatra in a horoscope. People perform Magha nakshatra Shanti puja as a Gand mool dosh nivaran puja.
Puja takes seven days to complete. While performing puja, Panditji chant Magha nakshatra Shanti mantra. Generally, Guruji can finish this chant or Jaap in 7 days. Hence they start puja on Sunday and finish it on the following Sunday. Guruji will do all the important steps for the pooja, which is Sunday to Sunday.
People perform Revati nakshatra Shanti Puja to nullify the bad effects of Jyeshta nakshatra in a horoscope and calm negative nakshtra horoscope. But they can do this puja to enhance advantages given by benefice Revati nakshatra in a horoscope.
They also do Revati Nakshatra puja as a Gand mool dosh nivarn puja. Guruji chants Revati nakshatra mantra while performing Revati nakshatra Shanti puja. They start puja on Wednesday and finish it on the following Wednesday.
We perform Ashwini nakshatra Shanti Puja to nullify the bad effects of Ashwini nakshatra in a horoscope.
It nullifies the bad effects of the nakshatras prevailing at the time of the birth of a person. Also, to get favorable results from the planets, we perform Nakshatra Shanti Puja. It enhances inner power and confidence to produce good results.
Nakshatra Shanti Puja cost depends on the Guruji and the puja samagri used to perform the puja. Please contact Panditji to know about Nakshatra Shanti puja cost.
I hope this blog will help you to know about Nakshatra Shanti Puja and its types.
Also read about, Kaal Sarp Puja, Cost and Benefits
"Shirdi Ke Sai Baba", Sai Baba, or Sainagar ….. As we heard these words, we remember Sai Baba's temple in Shirdi, Ahmednagar. There are so many places to visit near Shirdi. It is a small town situated in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district and is considered one of the sacred places in India called the Land of Sai.
Shirdi is famously known as the home of the late 19th-century saint ShriSai Baba. The Shri Sai baba Sansthan Trust, located in Shirdi, is one of the most successful temple organizations.
Let’s discuss tourist places near Shirdi
1. ShaniShingnapur Temple
ShaniShingnapur, or ShaniShinganapur is a village in the Indian state of Maharashtra, Situated at a distance of 72.2 km from Shirdi in Newasa Taluka Ahmednagar. It is dedicated to Lord Shanidev. The temple is named after Lord Shanidev or the Saturn planet, worshipped by one and all in the village.
ShaniShingnapur attracts 40. 000 devotees each day due to its remarkable 300 years old ShaniDev temple.
The temple has a black rock for an idol that is believed to be alive, and the devotees trust God Shani to protect them all and keep them safe.
Apart from the temple, this village is famous because, in the whole town, Houses have no front door, Shops are always left unlocked, and locals never feel unsafe.
2. Amruteshwar Temple:
Amruteshwar Temple is one of the most visited tourist places near Shirdi. It is situated at a distance of 115km from Shirdi, near the banks of the holy river Pravara. This ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and built by the Shilahara dynasty in the 9th century A.D.
The temple is well connected to all major cities of Maharastra. Some major cities connected to this temple are Ahmednagar, Pune, Mumbai, Shirdi, and Aurangabad. Other than prayer, the tourist gets memorized temple because of Hamadpanthi architecture and age-old tradition.
As the place is well connected with buses, tourists can reach Amruteshwar temple anytime seamlessly.
Trimbakeshwar is the holiest place located in Trimbak village, near Nashik Maharastra. It is 116.5 km from Shirdi. If you plan to visit the Shirdi Temple, then the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple should be added to your travel itineraries.
Trimbakeshwar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlinga. A unique feature of this Jyotirlinga is three Lingam consisting of three faces Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Mahesh. It is only one Swaymbhu Jyotirlinga among 12 Jyotirlingas in India.
After taking darshan at Shiri Sai Baba temple, most devotees come to Trimbakeshwar to perform puja. Trimabkleshwar Temple is famous for pujas like Narayan Nagbali, Tripindi Shradha, Kaal Sarp Shanti, Rudra Abhishek, Kumbh Vivah, and Mahamrityunjay Mantra Jaap.
A Special group of Guruji performs all these rituals at Trimbakeshwar called Purohit Sangh Guruji. They all are local Pandiji of Trimbakeshwar village. They have a legal Birthright to perform puja in the Trimbakeshwar Temple. They all are Tamrapatradhari Guruji.
4. Sai Baba Temple
At a distance of 600 m from Shirdi Bus Stand, Shri Sai Baba temple is located in the city's heart. It is one of the famous temples in India and a prime place to include in your travel itinerary.
Shirdi, A famous small town situated in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. This temple was built in 1922. It is said that Sai Baba has given one rupee to Dada MadyeJi, with which he made the temple in Kudal. Today, the Sai Baba Temple in Shirdi is visited by an average of 25,000 devotees a day, and while religious festivals, this number can reach up to 100,000. With Sai Baba temple you can also visit Lord Shiva’s Trimbakeshwar temple. Shirdi to Trimbakeshwar distance is 116.5km only.
It is less than 300 km away from Mumbai and is well connected to the major cities of Maharashtra. Thousands of devotees travel to the Shirdi each day to pay homage to the Sufi Saint Sai Baba and Seek blessings. The saint was known to perform miracles and spread teaching about "One God."
At a distance of 104km from Shirdi, 157 km from Pune, and 172km from Mumbai, Bhandardara is located in the Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra. It is one of the well-known hill stations in Maharastra and among all beautiful places to visit Nashik.
Bhandardara is a mixture of natural beauty, mountains, waterfalls, greenery, refreshing air, and a perfect ambiance experienced as part of Nashik tour packages.
It is an excellent place for trekkers and a popular stopover for tourists traveling to Trimbakeshwar and Shirdi.
Bhandardara gives plenty of opportunities for small treks for adventure lovers. Trek to Ratangad Fort is the most exciting trek which is nearer to Bhandaedara. This fort has an excellent view all around and is said to be the favorite fort of the Maratha king, Shivaji. Kalsubai (1646 m), the highest peak in Maharashtra, is a famous trekking place near Bhandardara.
The best time to visit Bhandardara is from September to February when the weather is convenient to explore. However, Please avoid the Summer season, as it is very hot and dry from March to May.
6. Khandoba Mandir:
At a distance of 600m from Shirdi, Khandoba Temple situated on Ahmednagar – Kopargaon. The temple is dedicated to Khandoba and is considered to be another form of Lord Shiva.
Khandoba Mandir has a rich history and holiness to its followers. It has very close importance to Shirdi Sai Baba because of the famous icons of Khandoba, Banai, and Mhalsai. In the temple, two artis are performed as daily rituals at 12.00 noon and 6.00 pm. It is located just opposite the Shirdi bus stand, where the many devotees of Sai Baba would never miss visiting this temple.
7. Malshej Ghat:
At a distance of 140 km from Shirdi, Malshej Ghat and 141 km from Mumbai, Malshej Ghat is a mountain pass located on Kalyan – Ahemedanagar road in the Thane district Maharashtra, India. Because of the fantastic natural beauty, the place is heaven to the visitors. The place is also known for its fantastic waterfall, trekking trails, rugged mountains, and numerous lakes.
This stunning mountain pass is a fantastic getaway from Mumbai and Pune and lures many tourists as part of the Malshejghat tour; the best time to visit is the monsoon season because the surroundings are come alive with lush greenery and breathtaking waterfalls. Also, this attraction hosts many activities that will enthrall and keep its visitors busy.
8. Tiger Valley
Tiger Valley is at a distance of 215 km away from Shirdi. The Tiger Valley in Khandala is a beautiful destination for nature lovers. For romantic couples to get some lovely photographs, Tiger valley is the perfect destination. It's a large area with greenish layers that can echo your voice because of the formation of stones. If you're looking for an adventurous destination to visit near Shirdi, Tiger Valley is the perfect adventurous destination for trekking.
This is all about the Top 8 places to visit near Shirdi. Want to Explore more?
हिन्दू मान्यताओं के अनुसार, माता पार्वतीने भगवान शंकर की श्रावण मासमें आराधना की थी। इसीलिए भगवान शंकर की आराधना करने के लिए इस महीने का चुनाव किया गया है। श्रावण मास का आरम्भ जुलाई महीने के मध्य से लेकर होता है, तथा अगस्त महीने के बीच समाप्त होता है।
शिव महापुराण के अनुसार, माता पार्वती के मनमें भोलेनाथ शंकर से विवाह करने की इच्छा जागृत हुई, जिसके लिए उन्होंने दीर्घकाल तक तपस्या एवं आराधना की थी।
जिसके कारण महादेव अतिप्रसन्न हुए और उनसे वरदान माँगने के लिए कहा, माँ पार्वती ने भोलेनाथ शंकर से विवाह करने की इच्छा जताई,और शंकर भगवान उनसे विवाह के बंधन में बंध गए। तब से लेकर आजतक अनेक महिलाएँ एवं पुरुष विवाह की इच्छा पूरी करने के लिए इसी श्रावण मासमें व्रत (अनुष्ठान) करते हैं। यह मास श्रवण नक्षत्रमें आने से इसे श्रावण मास कहा जाता हैं।
श्री ब्रह्मा-विष्णु-महेश का एकत्रित रूप त्र्यंबकेश्वर में ज्योतिर्लिंग रूप में विद्यमान है। पवित्र त्रिमूर्तिओं का सारतत्व इसी ज्योतिर्लिंगमें है, जो बाकी ११ ज्योतिर्लिंग स्थान पर नहीं पाया जाता।
ऋषि गौतम की तपस्या से देवी गंगा यहाँ प्रकट हुई एवं भगवान भोलेनाथ से त्रिदेव स्वरूप में विराजमान होने की विनती की थी। हर दिन त्र्यंबकेश्वर ज्योतिर्लिंग को गंगा नदी के पवित्र जल से स्नान कराया जाता है।
यहाँ शैव परंपरा के अनुसार त्रिकाल पूजा की जाती है। त्र्यंबकेश्वर एकमात्र ऐसा पवित्र स्थान है जहाँ हजारो साल से त्रिकाल पूजा होती आ रही है।
श्रावण माह ऐसा महीना होता है जिसमे ४ से ५ सोमवार आते है। उत्तरी भारत में पूर्णिमा कैलेण्डर तथा दक्षिणी भारत में अमावस्यांत कैलेण्डर को माना जाता है इसी कारण श्रावण माह की तिथियाँ भी भिन्न हो जाती है।
श्रावण सोमवार व्रत - महाराष्ट्र, गुजरात, गोवा, आंध्र प्रदेश, तामिलनाडु और कर्नाटक।
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“पुरोहित संघ संस्था” द्वारा प्राचीन दस्तावेज ताम्रपत्र को आधिकारिक रूप से संरक्षित किया गया है। त्र्यंबकेश्वर मंदिर में पूजा-विधि करनेका अधिकार सिर्फ “ताम्रपत्रधारी गुरूजी” को ही प्राप्त है। सभी ताम्रपत्रधारी गुरूजीओंको ताम्रपत्र एवं विशेष प्रमाणपत्र दिया गया है। सभी यात्रीगण तथा भाविकोंने ताम्रपत्र की पहचान करनेके बाद ही पूजा की जानी चाहिए जिससे पूजा सही ढंग से हो तथा त्र्यंबकेश्वर महादेव का परम आशीष व कृपा प्राप्त हो।
श्रावण के हर सोमवार को त्र्यंबकेश्वर में सामूहिक पूजा-पाठ एवं भक्तों का मेला लगा हुआ रहता है। इस पुरे महीने यहाँ लाखों श्रद्धालुओं का आवागमन चलता है, किन्तु यहाँ विशेष तौर पर श्रावण मासके हर सोमवार को अनगिनत श्रधालुओं की भीड़ होती है। हजारो सालोंसे ऐसा कहा जाता आ रहा है की श्रावण के महीने में त्र्यंबकेश्वर के पास स्थित ब्रह्मगिरि पर्वत की प्रदक्षिणा अवश्य की जानी चाहिए। प्रदक्षिणा यह भक्तों द्वारा प्रदर्शित भोलेनाथ के प्रति सम्पूर्ण समर्पण का प्रतिक है।
ब्रह्मगिरि पर्वत को की जानेवाली यह प्रदक्षिणा श्रावण महीने के हर सोमवार की जाती है क्यूंकि प्राचीन काल से यह मान्यता रही है की सोमवार का दिन भगवान शंकर को समर्पित है। प्रदक्षिणा के दौरान महिलाओं ने कीमती जेवर या सामान साथ न रखे ऐसी सलाह दी जाती है। प्रदक्षिणा के रास्ते में ऋषि गौतम एवं उनकी पत्नी की स्मृति के रूपमे एक मंदिर का निर्माण भी किया गया है। त्र्यंबकेश्वर क्षेत्र में श्रद्धालुओं की भीड़ को नियंत्रण में रखने के लिए पुलिस प्रशासन सज्ज रहता है।
ब्रह्मगिरि की प्रदक्षिणा करते समय दो तरह के मार्ग लिए जाते है, एक छोटा मार्ग होता है जो २० किमी का है तथा दूसरा लम्बा एवं ४० किमी का है।
श्रावण मासके पहले सोमवार को त्र्यंबकेश्वर ज्योतिर्लिंग की विशेष पूजा का आरम्भ होता है, जो ताम्रपत्रधारी गुरूजी द्वारा सम्पन्न होता है। इस पूजा को रूद्राभिषेकादि से पूर्ण करने के पश्चात मंदिर को दर्शन के लिए खुला किया जाता है। मंदिर को ऐसे विशेष दिनों में ही केवल रात्रि खुला रखने की परंपरा है। क़रीबन्द ४ से ५ लाख भक्त श्रावण के महीने में त्र्यंबकेश्वर आते है जिनमेंसे ३ से ३.५ लाख भक्त ब्रह्मगिरि पर्वत को प्रदक्षिणा करते है। प्रदक्षिणा के दौरान भक्तों को अनेक बार बारिश एवं फिसलन का खतरा उठाना पड़ता है पर भक्तों की भगवान त्र्यंबकेश्वर के प्रति आस्था के कारण उन्हें तकलीफ महसूस नहीं होती। इन तकलीफों से लड़ने के हेतु कुछ संस्थाएँ मुफ़्त में मेडिकल सुविधाओं का आयोजन कराती है। इसी दौरान कुछ सामाजिक संस्थाएँ, समूह एवं मददग़ार नागरिक भक्तोंको पानी की बोतल, भोजन एवं नाश्ता मुफ़्त में उपलब्ध कराते है।
ऐसी मान्यता है की प्रदक्षिणा करने से भक्तोंके पाप नष्ट हो जाता है जिसके बाद भक्त पुण्यवान हो जाते है।
ऐसा कहा जाता है की जो भक्त सच्ची श्रद्धा से ५ साल श्रावण मासमें आनेवाले हर तीसरे सोमवार को ब्रह्मगिरि की प्रदक्षिणा करता है वह मोक्ष एवं पुण्य का अधिकारी हो जाता है। इसीलिए त्र्यंबकेश्वर में श्रावण महीने के तीसरे सोमवार को ब्रह्मगिरि पर्वत की प्रदक्षिणा की जाती है, जिस कारण यहाँ भक्तों का जमावड़ा देखते ही बनता है।
छोटी प्रदक्षिणा २० किमी अंतर की होती है जिसे ६ से ७ घंटो में पूरा किया जाता है, ४० किमी लम्बी प्रदक्षिणा पूरी करने के लिए १२ से १३ घण्टे का समय लगता है। बड़ी प्रदक्षिणा के दौरान ऐसे भक्त का साथ अवश्य होना जरुरी है जिसे प्रदक्षिणा का अचूक मार्ग एवं अनुभव हो।
छोटी प्रदक्षिणा की शुरुआत पंचलिंग-ब्रह्मगिरि-लग्न, स्तम्भ-निल पर्वत से की जाती है तथा लम्बी प्रदक्षिणा की शुरुआत हरिहर गढ़-वेताल-पुराना सरोवर कुण्ड-रडकुंडी घात-लेकुरवाली देवी मंदिर से होकर त्र्यंबकेश्वरको समाप्त होती है। इस प्रदक्षिणा के दौरान भक्त बड़े ही उत्साह के साथ “बम भोले बम” तथा “हर हर गंगे” का नारा लगाते है।
यहाँ आने के लिए एमटीडीसी की ओरसे नासिक से अनेक बस आती है। करीब ४०० बस भक्तों की सुविधा के लिए श्रावण महीने में उपलब्ध कराई जाती है। भक्तों को परेशानी ना हो इसीलिए जगह-जगह पर रुकने हेतु स्टॉप का निर्माण किया जाता है। जो भक्त अपनी कार या वाहन से आना चाहते है उन्हें मुख्य मंदिर से ५ या ६ किमी पहले उतरना होता है, क्युकि भक्तों भीड़ में वाहन को पार्क करने में असुविधा होती है।
यहाँ ठहरने हेतु भक्तों की जरुरत के लिए अनेक सुविधा है जैसे भक्त निवास, गेस्ट हाऊस, लॉज, डॉरमिटरी इत्यादि।
In Hindiusm, Pradosh has special siginificance. According to Panchang, Pradosh fast occurs on the Trayodashi date of every month. Suppose the Trayoshadi is falling on Monday, i.e., Som Pradosh. Som Pradosh Vrat is termed the most important fast among all the Pradosh Vrat as it takes place on Monday. This is not because Monday is an auspicious day to Lord Shiva but also because the position of Stars and planets (Grahas position) has special significance on Monday as Trayodashi falling on Monday, which increases the importance of the fast even more. We worshipped Lord shiva on Som Pradosh.
Pradosh is an auspicious day of Lord Shiva, and it is related to Sunset. Pradosh tithi falls 72 minutes before the Sunset. Pradosh is associated not only with Lord Shiv as well as Shiv Parivar. Lord Shiva, Goddess Paravati, Lord Ganesha, Lord Kartikeya, and Nandi are worshipped on Som Pradosh.
According to Hindu belief, those who worship Lord Shiva on this day and observe day-long fast are blessed with health, wealth, prosperous and peaceful life. Also, those who are suffering from different diseases will get relief because of Som Pradosh. Along with Lord Shiva's blessings, they also get benefits from the related planet of the day. Some female devotees keep Som Pradosh fast to get a suitable groom or child.
A windowed Brahmini lived in a city with her Son. She no longer had support. In the morning, she used to go out begging her Son. One day she returns home, he found a boy in an injured state. Brahmini mercifully brought him to her home. The boy was the Prince of Vidharbha. Enemy soldiers injured the Father of that Prince, were taken captive, and had captured his kingdom.
One day Gandharva girl named Ashumati saw the Prince. Ashumati was fascinated by him. After few days, Lord Shivas ordered Ashumati's parents in a dream to "Marry Ashumati to Prince who lived at Poor Brahmini house."
The Brahmini used to worship Lord Shiva with Som Pradosh. Because of Som Pradosh and with the help of Gandharvaraj's army, The Price drove out all the enemies and won the Vidarbha. He lived here with his Father again. The Prince made Brahmin Son's Prime Minister of Vidarbha. The Prince, Brahmini, and her Son started living happily here. It is said that Lord Shiva changes the days of devotees as the day of Brahmin changed with the effect of Som Pradosh Vrat.
As Som Pradosh is dedicated to Lord Shiva; Visiting Shivas temple in the evening and performing Rudra Abhishek is a part of Pradosh tradition. In some temples, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are seated on Nandi are carried out in the temple complex.
Trimbakeshwar Temple also has special significance in the Som Pradosh as the Trimbakeshwar Temple is dedicated to lord shiva and is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga. It is unique jyotirlinga because Shivlinga has three faces that symbolize Lord Brahma. Lord Vishnu and Lord Mahesh. Most devotees plan to visit Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga on Som Pradosh and perform Rudra Abhishek to Lord Shiva. As we all know, Trimbakeshwar Temple is famous for performing all Puja such as Narayan Nagbali, Kaal Sarp Yog shanti, Tripindi Shradha, Rudra Abhishek, Mahamrityunjay Mantra Jaap, and Kumbh Vivah. All these rituals are performed by the local Guruji of Purohit Sangh, called TamrapatrdhariPandit. "Tamrapatradhari "means they are having legal rights to performed Puja in the Trimbakeshwar Temple. Trimbakeshwar Guruji also provides pooja Samgri. If you want to visit Trimbakeshwar Temple to complete Puja, our Online Puja Booking Portal will guide you to Book Puja / Guruji Online.
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Kumbh Vivah is a mixture of two Sanskrit words. Kumbh means Mud Pot, and Vivah means marriage in English. Kumbh Vivah means marriage ceremony with mud pot. Mainly puja is performed who is having Mangal dosh in his Janam Kundali. It is also called as Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja or Manglik Dosh Puja.
If a Girl has Manglik Dosh in her horoscope / Janam Kundali, we perform Kumbh Vivah. When Mars (Mangal) planet placed in the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 7th, 8th, or 12th house of the person's horoscope/ Birthchart. This placement increases the malefic effects of planet Mars and causes delays in a carrier, business, or marriage.
Religion in India is characterized by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices. The country has no official state religion, but religion plays a central role in Indian daily life through its temple ceremonies, festivals, pilgrimages, family religious traditions, and the like. Puja plays an important role in Indians' life. In Hinduism, Puja is ceremonial worship, ranging from brief daily rites in the Home to elaborate temple rituals.
Different types of puja are performed for different reasons. To get rid of all woes, we perform Satyanarayan, Mahalaxmi Kumkumarchan is the sacred Light and Sound ceremony performed for inviting Divine energies into our lives. Tripindi Shardha is Pitru dosh nivaran puja. When there is a delay in marriage, we perform Kumbh Vivah.
Let's discuss Kumbh Vivah Puja in the Trimbakeshwar Temple
Among all these temples, the Trimbakeshwar temple has special importance in performing rituals. It is located in Trimbak village, 28km from Nashik, Maharashtra. Trimkeshwar is considered the most sacred town in India. The Godavari originates from Brahmagiri hills in this town, and it is believed that it is the birthplace of Lord Ganesha, known as the place of Tri Sandhya Gayatri. As we all know, the Trimbakeshwar Temple is Swayambhu Jyotirlinga and is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva in India.
All other Jyotirlinga has only one face, but Trimbakeshwar Temple Jyotirlinga has three faces embodying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Shiva. Because of these features, Trimbakehswar temple is famous for performing puja. Trimbakeshwar Temple is one of the Kumbh Vivah performing temples. It will be done under the guidance of Purohit Sangh Guruji. Performing puja at Trimbakeshwar Temple will be more effective than performing at any other place.
Kumbh Vivah is like a normal wedding. This is an unclosed marriage ceremony, where father, mother, mama, and brother are available. It is the marriage ceremony of Lord Vishnu; the bride is married to the idol of Vishnu. In this puja, the bride is married to a pitcher (Mud pot), and after the puja has to broke that pot. Mangal-dosh becomes ineffective to a great extent, so by keeping these things in mind at the time of marriage, we can make the future happy.
If a girl has Manglik dosh, then she has to do this ritual. Everything is like a real marriage. The Girl has to wear a wedding dress along and jewelry along with Marriage thread. Parents do "Kanyadaan" and "Phere" with the mud pot. Guruji recites the mantras and ends up marriage ceremony. After the puja, a Girl is out of Mangal Dosh. Now a girl can marry the person and will not be having further problems related to Mangal dosh, and her husband also safe from her Mangal dosh effects.
This puja is not so expensive. Puja cost will depend on the Guruji, or it will depend on the Puja Samgri used by the Guruji to performed puja.
If a person is advised doing Kumbh Vivah, they should go to the Purohit Sangh Pandit of Trimbakeshwar Temple. They are the local Pandit of Trimbakeshwar. Purohit Sangh is an official committee of approximately 300 authentic Panditji. They all are experienced Guruji, worked for more than 1200 years in the Trimbakeshwar Temple, called Tamrapatradhari Guruji. "Tamrapatradhari" means they have a legal Birthright to perform puja in the Trimbakeshwar Temple. Be aware of fake information about puja or fake Pandit performing puja. Please contact to authenticate Tamrapatradhari Pandit Only.
As per your Janam Kundali Purohit Sangh Guruji will give you suitable dates / Muhurat to Perform Kumbh Vivah Puja.
India is referred to as the “Land of festival and events.” There are many festivals celebrated in India than anywhere else in the world. Each festival is celebrated for different reasons. Festivals are an expressive way to celebrate culture, glorious heritage, and traditions. They play an important role in our social lives and connect us with our families and friends. Festivals likes Janmashtami, Hari Har Bhet, Full Moon, Ram Navmi, Kumbh Mela, Mahashivaratri, and Palkhi Sohala. Each city is famous because of the different festivals celebrated in that city. Nashik Trimbakeshwar Temple is famous because of Kumbh Mela and Mahashivratri. One more important event of Trimbakeshwar is Palkhi Sohla. Because of these festivals and events, devotees are coming to Trimbakeshwar from all over the globe.
Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple is considered the most sacred town in India. There are many reasons for this belief. The Godavari originates from the Brahmagiri hills in this town and the birthplace of Lord Ganesha, known as a Tri-Sandhya Gayatri. It was constructed by the third Peshwa Balaji Bajirao (1740- 1760) on the site of an old temple. The whole temple is built with black stones and is known for its architecture.
It is one of the Swayambhu Jyotirlinga, and a unique feature of this Jyotirlinga is, it has three faces Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Rudra. It is 100 years old temple.
As we all know, Trimbakeshwar Temple is famous for performing rituals like Narayan Nagbali, Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja, Tripindi Shardh, Rudra Abhishek, Kumbh Vivah, and Mahamrityunjay Jaap. It is believed that performing rituals at Trimbakeshwar will be more beneficial than performing at any other place. All pujas are performed by Purohit Sangh Guruji. They are local Guruji of Trimbakeshwar town having legal Birthright to perform pujas in Trimbakeshwar Temple.
Mahashivratri, Palkhi Sohala, and Kumbh Mela are the main festivals of the Trimbakeshwar Temple.
Hindu’s most worshipped deity is Lord Shiva. So, it is natural that there are so many temples dedicated to Lord Shiva all across India. One of the most prominent Lord Shiva's temples is the Trimbakeshwar temple. The biggest festival of this temple is Mahashivratri. On Mahashivaratri day, a large fair is held here in February-March, which draws hundreds of devotees from all over India. This festival is celebrated every year to worship Lord Shiva. It is celebrated as the anniversary of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
Mahashivaratri is also celebrated as a day when Shiva saved the world from the pot of poison. The celebration includes “ Jaagaran” all-night vigil and prayers. Offerings of fruits, sweets, colourful flowers, and milk to Lord Shiva. Some people perform all-day fast with Vedic worship Lord Shiva. In Trimbakeshwar temple, “Om Namah Shivay,” the sacred mantra of Shiva is chanting throughout of day on the occasion of Mahashivaratri.
Another most important event of the Trimbakeshwar Temple is Palkhi Sohala.
Three in One!!! Trimbakeshwar temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is Swayambhu jyotirlinga houses a unique linga laying deep inside a pit that symbolizes three faces of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Mahesha.
Every Monday, auspicious to Lord Shiva, Palkhi Sohala is celebrated in the Trimbakeshwear Temple. Trimbakeshwar Purohit Sangh organizes Palkhi rituals. It is decorated with different colorful flowers. The lingas are covered by a golden crown, which comes from the age of the Pandavas. This Crown is well decorated by many rich precious gems, consisting of rubies, emeralds, and diamonds. This Crown is placed on the linga. Lord Trimbakeshwara Idol with the Crown is established in the Beautiful Palkhi (Palanquin) and available for Darshana of Devotees. Devotees follow the Palkhi with Joy, and a procession is made in the Honour of Lord Trimbakeshwara.
Each Monday around 4 pm, the Palkhi is made from the Main Temple of Trimbakeshwara and starts procession up to Kushavarta Tirtha. During Palkhi, rangolis are made by the Devotees in the Path along with the Temple of Trimbakeshwara to Kushavarata. Dhol, Nagara, Shehnai music is played during the procession. As the Kushavarta Kund has religious importance, the main puja of the Shiv Linga will perform on the kushavarta Kund. They perform Puja, Abhishek to the Shiv Linga with Kushvarta Kund water. Guruji applies sandalwood paste to Lord Shivas Lingas, and puja is over with Maha-aarti. Palkhi tradition has been going on since the times of Nansaheb Peshwa. Many devotees have come to take a Darshan of Palkhi. They offer flowers to the deity to please them and get their blessings.
During the churning of the ocean, a drop of amruth (nectar) is said to have fallen in Trimbabkeshwar. Because of that, once in 12 years, Kumbhamela is celebrated here when lakhs and lakhs of devotees throng to have a dip in the holy Triveni Sangam of Godavari, Varuna, and Aruna rivers. This religious festival is celebrated four times over 12 years. The site of the Kumbh Mela rotating between four pilgrimage places on four sacred rivers—at Haridwar on the Ganges River, at Ujjain on the Shipra, at Nashik on the Godavari Prayag.
Kumbh Mela of Nashik is also known as Trimbak Kumbh Mela. The primary purpose of people coming to the Kumbh Mela is to take a scared bath. Devotees take a scared bath on the banks of the Godavari River, at the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple and the Ram Kund in Nashik.
Many devotees are coming from all over the world to attain Kumbh Mela at Trimbakeshwar.
Trimbakeshwar looks more beautiful in the monsoon season, with the backdrop of lush green scenery, and the Sahayadri valley and mountain remain unpolluted even today
The Trimbakeshwar Temple remains open from 5.30 am to 9 pm.
Sharavan Maas!!! The month of Shravan is significant for the entire sub-continent of India as it is connected to the arrival of the South-West monsoon. As per Hindu Calendar, Shravan is the fifth month and is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Lord Shiva swallowed the poison and held it in his throat with the help of Goddess Parvati. To soothe the effect of poison, Devas poured water on Shivji. Since this event occurred during the month of Shravan, Lord Shiva is worshipped, and Shiv Abhishek popularly performs by many devotees, especially during this month. It is believed that worshipping Lord Shiva in Shravan Maas is 108 times more powerful than praying at any other time of the year. For many Hindus, Shravan is a fasting month. They will fast every Monday to Lord Shiva and every Tuesday to the Goddess Parvati. Devotees pray to Lord Shiva during Shravan for luck, success, and happiness.
One of the most important festivals of Sharvan Maas is Nag Panchami. We worship the Snake gods and seek their blessings to protect our family from threats. In the month of Shravan, Snakes often come out of their burrows as burrows get with water because of the rain. We offer milk to God Snake. Symbolically, offering milk to snakes suggests that one must learn to be in harmony with nature. This year i.e.in 2021, the festival of Nag Panchami is falling on 13th August 2021.
Performing Kaal Sarp Puja on the day of Nag Panchami will be more effective. Like Manglik Dosh and Pitru Dosh in Astrology, Kaal Sarp Yoga is placed in the category of inauspicious Yoga. It has been said about Kaal Sarp Dosh that who is having Kaal Sarp Yog the Kundali / Birthchart, has to face challenges again and again. This dosha is formed when all planets come in between Rahu and Ketu in Kundali / Patrika.
If all significant planets are placed between Rahu and Ketu in one’s birth chart, it is called Kaal Sarp Yog. Kaal Sarp Dosh is often a result of one’s past deeds or karma. It may occur if the person has harmed a Snake in the present or the previous life. It is suggested that those who are having Kaal Sarp Yog Should regularly do Jal Abhishek of Lord Shiva in the month of Sharvan. As the Sharvan is Lord shivas month, it will be beneficial to reduce Kaal Sarp Yog.
As per Vedic Astrology, experts suggest so many remedies reduce Kaal Sarp Yoga, but Nag Panchami is the suitable day to remove Kaal Sarp Dosh. By doing Rudra Abhishek on the day of Nag Panchami, the person can remove the Kaal Sarp Dosh. Chant the Panchakshari Mantra, i.e., Om Namah Shivay, or perform Mahamrityunjay Mantra Jaap at least 108 times on Nag Panchami, who is having Kaal Sarp Dosh.
According to Trimbakeshwar Purohit Sangh Panditji, Kaal Sarp pooja is an effective way to overcome the Kaal Sarp Yog. Kaal means death, and Sarp means Snake. Nag Panchami and Kaal Sarp Puja are connected to each other. Nag Panchami is an auspicious day to perform Kaal Sarp Puja. We performed Pooja of five snakes, i.e. Anant, Vasuki,Takshak, Karkotak and Pingal.
Trimbakeshwar Temple has religious significance in performing pujas like Narayan Nagbali Puja, Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja, Tripindi Shradh Puja, Kumbh Vivah, Rudra Abhishek, and Mahamrityunjay Mantra Jaap. Trimbakeshwar Temple is a Historic temple in Trimbak village near Nashik, Maharashtra. It is 28km far from Nashik city. Godavari river also originates near Trimbkeshwar. Kushavarta Kund also lies in Temple premises. In the 18th century, the Trimbakeshwar Temple was built by Shri. Nanasaheb Peshwa BajiRao.
Purohit Sangh Santha of Trimbakeshwar is an official group of 300 authentic Guruji. For 1200 years, they are working in the Trimbakeshwar Temple. Because of their best Puja services, devotees are coming from all over the globe.
These authorized Panditji called Tamrapatrdhari Guruji. Tarapatrdhari means pandit who is having a legal birthright to perform puja in the Trimbakeshwar temple. Only these Tarapatradhari panditji can be entered into the temple while performing Pooja. They provide you Pooja Samgri too. Tamrapatradhari Guruji is the Best Pandit for Kaal Sarp Puja in Trimbakeshwar.
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Kaal Sarp puja cost depends on the Guruji. It also depends on the Pooja Samgri used by Guruji. Devotees are also allowed to bring Pooja Samgri.