How can I satisfy Rahu?

How can I satisfy Rahu?

Wear dark blue clothing as often as possible. I recommend that you fast on Saturday and eat after sundown. I propose that you keep water in the south-west part of your house since it will help Rahu in your horoscope. I also recommend that you contribute black and blue clothing and food to those in need. This will make sure that you will be satisfied by Rahu.

In addition, avoid arguments and fights with him. If you do, he will only grow stronger with time. So, make sure that you are very careful not to anger him.

Finally, remember that Rahu is a malefic planet and anyone born under his influence will suffer for that. So, try to avoid having children if you cannot support them. Or else, provide them with an excellent education so they will have a better life than you did. Only then will you be able to move up in society despite being born under his influence.

How can I overcome Rahu Dosha?

To avoid the bad impacts of Rahu, do the following:

  1. Donate wheat, jaggery and copper. Put these three articles or one of the articles in a copper vessel and drop it in flowing water on a Sunday.
  2. Avoid wearing blue clothes.
  3. Wear a silver chain around the neck.
  4. Drop coconut in flowing water.

How do you worship Moti Shankh?

Early in the morning, have a bath and wear fresh clothes. Place a Moti Shankh in front of you. Make a bet with vermilion. Light a ghee lamp and, with a Vidyut rosary, chant one round of the following mantra.

After chanting the mantra, give thanks to God for all His blessings. Then, put out the lamp and go to sleep.

This is how you worship Moti Shankh. You can also write letters to it and ask for blessings.

How can I impress Lord Surya?

Surya Bhagwaan remedies, particularly those performed in the morning:

  1. Worship Lord Surya or Sun God, every morning.
  2. It is advised to pray Lord Rama, every morning during sun rise.
  3. Recite Aditya Hridya Strota.
  4. Fast for Surya; In order to get the blessings of Surya Bhagwan, it is advised to fast on Sundays.

Can we worship Rahu?

It is technically impossible to worship both the Sun and Rahu at the same time. Sun and Rahu are both venerated in the mornings and night (after sunset and before it becomes dark). Both have separate days; the Sun has Sunday and Rahu has Thursday. This would be doubly confusing for people, since both planets rule over death.

However, this practice did exist in ancient India. There are two reasons why people worshipped Rahu instead of the Sun: first, because the Moon was considered a reflection of the Sun, so people could not tell which god was being honored unless they asked; second, because the Sun was believed to be a powerful deity, people did not want to insult him by making him out to be weak. Thus, Rahu was chosen over the Sun because he was seen as a lesser deity.

In fact, there are several stories told about how Rahu came to be. Some say he was born from the Sun's rays, while others claim he was born from its moonlight. No matter how he came into existence, he was given a bad reputation from the beginning. It is said that when the gods took their seats for prayers, Rahu would move his chair so that he could sit in the sun's heat rather than in the shade of a tree. He also made fun of the other gods by sitting in their seats when they were not around.

How can I make the goddess Parvati happy?

Perform an abhishek of Goddess Parvati using saffron milk on this day. It strengthens the bond between husband and wife. - Women should present vermilion, crimson bangles, mehndi, and other ornaments to Goddess Parvati during adoration. - Both the husband and wife should wake up early on this day and take a bath. Only then will their marriage be complete.

Goddess Parvati is the daughter of Himalaya and Mena. She has a brother named Shiva. Goddess Parvati is said to have created humans and animals after destroying her own husband's corpse. This act is called "Para Shakti" which means "the destruction of power".

It is believed that all women are born as Parvati. But over time, they choose their own name when married. So, it is necessary for wives to love themselves before they can love their husbands.

Parvati's love story with Shiva is shared by many women all over India. Because many women have felt neglected by their spouses, they pray to become like Parvati so that they can win their loved ones' hearts.

Shiva is one of the most popular God sons in Hindu mythology. He has several forms including Murugan, Kumaran, Kartikeya, and Dakshinamurthy. Each form is associated with justice, war, knowledge, and religion respectively.

Shiva is also known as "The Destroyer".

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Paula Johnson

Paula Johnson is a master of the mind. She has studied how to control her dreams, meditate using astrology, and read horoscopes in order to shape her life into what she desires. Paula loves reading about all things metaphysical - from runes to tarot cards.

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