Mangal Dosh Pooja in

Ujjain

What is Mangal Dosh?

If Mars is in the 1st, 4th, 7th, 8th, or 12th house of the Vedic astrology Lunar Chart – Chandra Lagna or Rasi Chart – the real Birth Chart, Mangal Dosha is an astrological situation. A mangli, also known as a manglik, manglick, kuja dosha, or mangal dosha, is a person born with this ailment (Dosham in South India) Rare feel that this illness is fatal to marriages, causing discomfort and tension in relationships, resulting in separation and divorce, and in some circumstances, causing the early death of one spouse.

This is related to the planet’s “fierce” nature. The negative impacts of two Manglik marrying are thought to balance each other out. However, Mars is not the only planet in Vedic Astrology that is thought to have an impact on a relationship, and its impacts should be considered in the context of overall astrological compatibility.

mangalnath temple at ujjain helps from mangal dosha

Mangalnath Temple, Ujjain

Mangalnath Temple, on the outskirts of the city, is one of the most prominent temples on the tourist circuit. Lord Shiva, also known as Mahadeva, is the temple’s presiding deity, and worshippers from all over the world revere him.

According to the Matsya Purana, the Mangalnath Temple is said to be the birthplace of Mars. The temple was supposed to be one of the best spots to gain a clear glimpse of Mars and an excellent spot for astronomical study in ancient times.

The temple, which is located on the banks of the River Kshipra, is related to the concept that it will cleanse people of their negative energies and difficulties. Visitors can also enjoy a magnificent and expansive view of the sacred Kshipra river from here.

Mangalnath Temple, Ujjain

Apart from Mangal Dosh Pooja, Ujjain is also famous for performing Pind daan pooja & Asthi Visarjan. Click below to know more-

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Frequently Asked Questions:

After completing the preparation for the poojan, pandit begins the poojan by reciting all the mantras mentioned in the hindu holy texts and customs. The person performing the asthi visarjan is requested to recite some of the mantras as told by the pandit. During this procedure, poojan samagri is offered to the asthi kalash. Before the immersion of asthis in ganga river, pandit ji asks the almighty to accept the poojan and provide moksha to the departed.