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Lord rahu Puja or the Dragon's Head Worship (puja) is dedicated to planet (graha) Rahu. Grah Shanti Rahu Pooja is beneficial for those, having malefic Lord rahu or wrongly positioned Lord rahu as per the kundli predictions. Here is checklist of issues related to Lord rahu (Dragon's Head).
In Vedic astrology, the North Node of the Moon is named Lord rahu. Rahu is described by scriptures as half-bodied, born of a lioness, snakelike, having an enormous body and being extraordinarily authoritative. Rahu is named darkish or shadow planet (graha) because of the Node's association with the phenomena of eclipses. The nature of Rahu is Airy.
Lord rahu Puja / Worship of Dragon's Head
Lord rahu Pooja is performed to appease the planet Rahu. Lord rahu Pooja could be very helpful & useful, since it strengthens and increases the positive influence and neutralizes the negative results of Lord rahu. Lord rahu Pooja is recommended for those having malefic Lord rahu or wrongly placed Lord rahu as per horoscope. Chanting of the following mantra helps to get the blessings of the Dragon's head.
Rahu - Its Significance
Dragon's head or Lord rahu is associated with the world of material manifestation and worldly desire. Rahu is related to the spiritual technique of involution, or the engrossing of spirit in materialization. Lord rahu is an indicator of worldly want, fame, greed, high intelligence, handling, fanatical behavior, foreigners, mass disease, dementia and inertia. Rahu is believed to strengthen one's energy and changing even an opponent into a friend.
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|Tithi Muhurth||Trayodashi, Amavasya, Surya Grahan, Chandra Grahan, Ravi Pushya Nakshatra|
|Puja Day||1 Day|
|Puja by||1 Pandit, 3 Pandit, 5 Pandit|
|Puja/Sadhna Muhurth||After 6pm|