Found the correct match but still problems
Most of the people are looking after a suitable partner and getting a happily married life and a loving partner who suits the person and is able to satisfy the other in all aspects of a happily married life.
It is said that the Supreme Lord decides the destiny of each person and awards him the desired partner, his lover of life. Since the destiny is made by our past deeds, we have to suffer the reactions of the same. There are many people in the world who are unable to get this blessing of the lord.
Marriage or Vivaha Sanskar is one of the purificatory of samskars of a person who is born as per 16 Vedic purificatory process called Shodash-Sanskars.
But still, there are a few persons who are born lucky to have a good life partner but due to a cruel planet named Mars or Mangal, the destiny of the person is put to a stake since he becomes Manglik
This manglik dosh is the cause which can cause a huge upheaval in the life of the person. Even if he is about to get a nice life partner, this manglik dosh can spoil his married life to a very high extent.
Manglik Dosh in Kundali
As per Parashar Samhita, there are 12 parts or house in Kundali. Each of them has it’s own significance. When the planet Mangal is placed in six places 1, 2, 4, 7, 8 and 12, it is said to be in Manglik Dosh.
It is also termed as Bhauma dosha, Kuja dosha and Angaraka dosh in astrological terminology. Manglik Kundali is the cause of all the problems in the married life and if not balanced properly can create problems to such an extent like death of one of the partner.
Problems created by Manglik Dosh
- Both the genders can be Manglik.
- The planet of Mars represents respect, energy, ego and self-esteem. A Mangalik Dosha person has a volatile temper.
- Manglik ones face a lot of problems in adjusting with their partners.
- The energy of Manglik individuals can be compared to that of fire. Therefore this energy needs to be used in the right direction and in doing something constructive else they can easily delve into destructive work
- Mangal Dosha affects the married life, mental state, and also leads to financial loss.
Specific Manglik Dosh in Kundali house
- 1st house: Unnecessary conflicts, tension, distress, separation or even divorce.
- 2nd house: Obstacles in the married life and the professional life.
- 4th house: Frequent switching of jobs and also will not be successful professionally.
- 7th house: Unable to maintain cordial relationship with family members. Also this person will be very dominating and dictating over his or her partner and s/he might also have many partners.
- 8th house: Lazy and will not be able to maintain a rapport with his or her elders and thus will lose paternal property.
Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja
In the shastras, there is mention of numerous remedies for relief from Mangal Dosha and many so-called astrologers tell that they can give something which can give instant relief from this Manglik Dosha but as per the commonly available shastras, there is no such claim to get permanent relief using petty things.
We at #Shubhpuja, have request highly qualified acharyas and astrologers who have dedicated their lives in the service of mankind through authenticated processes of Puja and Archan of Lord to get instant and best relief.
They have spent hours and hours, days after days and years after years in searching for the remedy for Mangal Dosha and after years of tireless attempts, they came up with special and hidden techniques and mantras which give instant and visible results to the person who is suffering from the problem.
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Benefits of doing this Puja
Apart from getting the desired calming effect over Manglik Dosha, the Puja gives the following benefits to the person.
- Happy and blissful married life
- Gives motivation to achieve something big
- Cures Skin diseases
- Clarifies the conscience mind and soul
- Eases the married life
- Peace in homely affairs
- Takes off the Mangal Dosh
- Counters the effect of Kuja Dosh
- Helps liberate one of debt
Puja timings and Muhurtam
As per the astrological calculations, the puja timings and muhurtam are decided by the acharyas. This service is the headache of Shubhpuja who provides free of cost consultation for muhurtam and timings when the puja is booked.
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Wedding ceremony is the most pious ceremony in the life of an individual. When one is about to choose a life partner, there are several aspects which a person desires for in his would-be-partner. Since there cannot be any reversal in the abiding act of marriage as per the Vedic scriptures like Manu smriti, one has to be intelligent enough to gather adequate knowledge about the Vivah Sanskara in order to ensure a happily married life.
Marriage is a sacred act. It is not a mere union of two people with a festival and celebration but it is a festival of a new life about to commence. It is a serious as well as sincere attempt of getting into a union whose love and affection increases with time and duration. The eternal relation which is established shall continue for lives.
Characteristics of an Ideal Bridegroom
As per the Vedic scriptures, the bridegroom must have the following characteristics:
- He must be well versed in all fields of education, and if not many, then atleast one.
- He must be having valour, strength, courage and determination.
- He must be having a broad chest, deep navel, sharp eyes and long hands.
- He must be having short ears, hair, tongue and teeth.
- His heart, brahmin thread and teeth must be white.
- His heart must be open, wide, generous and honest.
These are the ideal qualities of a bridegroom which is to be sought into a person whom a girl wishes to be her would-be-husband.
Duties of an ideal bridegroom
The duties of an ideal bridegroom are:
- He must maintain the wife under all circumstances.
- The demands of the wife must be fulfilled and she must be taken care of.
- The husband must apply all her powers to ensure the safety of the wife.
- The husband must see that the wife remains healthy in all aspects, Physical, Mental and Spiritual.
- The husband must be responsible for the spiritual salvation of the wife.
How to get an ideal Husband
Everyone wishes to get an ideal husband in her life. A husband who is loving and caring, a one who is persistent in his efforts to provide all the comforts to her wife is a real gem as per the general opinion of the masses.
Approaching the Lord through special prayers has always been the choice of the people who are always eager to get relief from the problems.
Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati are the chief superintendents of this puja who have the prowess to bless the bride in order to get a good husband. Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati are the two benevolent demigods who can bless the dedicated wife who have the capacity to bless a devoted bride to get a nice husband.
Shiva Parvati Puja is one of the best and most effective pujas prescribed in the Vedic shastras. All of us have been born and brought up with this saying that a bride should worship Lord Shiva to get a nice husband.
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Marriages are the best time to show one’s love and affection for the children whom the parents have fostered over years and have been nurturing them with the best of their capacity to make them able to stand on their feet and grow their own bread. They have been treated with such love and care that they naturally feel an obligation and love towards their parents whom they even consider as worshippable deities.
The Indian Vedic system has a set of 16 samskars or initiations which are neccessary for an individual who wishes to promote himself from a Shudra or an unqualiifed and uneducated person to a Dvija or an enlightened one who is wise and knowledgeable. It is the duty of every householder to impart proper education to his children in order to get them properly situated in the society.
Vivaha Sanskar is one of the important sanskars of the Vedic system whereby a male accepts a suitable wife as per the Vedic norms for selection of Bride and Bridegroom.
Vivaha sanskara is considered as a Yagya. There are many puriﬁcatory processes for advancing a human being to spiritual life. The marriage ceremony, for example, is considered to be one of these sacriﬁces. It is called vivāha-yajña. The Lord says here that any sacriﬁce which is meant for human welfare should never be given up. Vivāha-yajña, the marriage ceremony, is meant to regulate the human mind so that it may become peaceful for spiritual advancement. For most men, this vivāha-yajña should be encouraged even by persons in the renounced order of life. All prescribed sacriﬁces are meant for achieving the Supreme Lord. Therefore, in the lower stages, they should not be given up. Similarly, charity is for the puriﬁcation of the heart. If charity is given to suitable persons, as described previously, it leads one to advanced spiritual life.
Matching the horoscope
Since marriage is a stepping stone for a life which shall now onwards continue on two wheels, it is very important for people to choose ideal Bridegroom and Bride since like as a good match can lead to heaven in the house, a similar mismatch can make the house members as left for heavenly abode.
The choice of Bride and Bridegroom must be done very carefully and proper acharyas and highly qualified pundits must be consulted so as to ensure that the children remain obliged to their parents and the parents can also feel the presence of a nice daughter-in-law or son-in-law in the house. Shubhpuja helps you organise all your wedding ceremonies without any hassle through educated and qualified Acharyas.
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One of the gender role associated with females is appearing all fancy and decorated, especially after marriage. Though natural or internal beauty is the best asset yet external beautification has also become an important part. It is surprise to know that few ornaments, worn as symbol of married women, actually have scientific and health benefits. If they succor in health benefits then why not take the duo advantage.
Significance of toe ring:
Toe rings or commonly called as ‘bichiya’ are worn in pairs on the second toe of both feet. Some people may also wear more than one set of toe rings, for fashion or even tradition. Apart from the symbol of marital status, it has major health benefit.
A nerve from the second toe connects the uterus and passes to heart. Wearing toe ring on this finger strengthens the uterus. It also keeps the person healthy by regulating the blood flow to it and menstrual cycle is regularized. As Silver is a good conductor, it also absorbs polar energies from the earth and passes it to the body. These toe rings worn on a particular finger enhance the sexual arousal among the females.
Significance of wearing bangles:
Be it in any form ranging from choodha among Punjabis to ivory bangles among Rajasthanis, the material and designs can vary accordingly. Apart from being a jewelry piece, it holds important health benefit. Times when mostly the male members of the house were involved in physical work and ladies were engrossed in household chores the bangles helped the ladies to stay fit. Normally the wrist portion is in constant activation on any human. Also the pulse beat in this portion is mostly checked for all sorts of ailments.
The Bangles used by women are normally in the wrist part of one’s hand and its constant friction increases the blood circulation level. Further the electricity passing out through outer skin is again reverted to one’s own body because of the ring shaped bangles, which has no ends to pass the energy outside and send it back to the body. This maintains the blood pressure and results in stability and patience.
The Bollywood cinema has created a fairy tale image of love and weddings within us. They taught us that marriages are made in heaven. Two people madly in love with each other face obstruction but are finally together at the end. But oops the mirror of our dreamy world breaks in this real world. Marriage is not between two individuals but between two families, which should pass through the checklist or societal norms. One of them being, that bride and groom should not be of same Gotras.
Gotra refers to the root person in an individual’s male lineage. The list of Brahmin Gotras is:
Thus a custom was established that a girl and boy belonging to the same Gotra could not marry. The main reason to avoid marriage between blood relatives was to prevent the abnormal offspring due to genetic mismatch. The marriage outside the same Gotra reduces the chances of eliminating the defective allele. But it does not mean every couple of the same Gotra will give birth to a baby with the Recessive Gene Disorder.
Moreover the females consist of XX chromosomes and the males of XY chromosomes. So the Y chromosome is passed on from the father to the son and has no role in female anatomy. Hence Y chromosome plays a crucial role in modern genetics in identifying the Genealogy i.e. male ancestry of a person. And the Gotra system was designed to detect the root Y chromosome of a person easily.
This Y chromosome has no matching pair in the human body and doesn’t take part in the normal processes. Thus this rule depicts the patriarchal society approach which wanted to maintain healthy Y chromosome i.e. fair chance of males to exist.
So whatever it may be, the Gotra system came during Vedic period and with the scientific development various counter arguments are also available. It may hold reasonable relevance in the past but today it also acts as a hurdle between two loved ones. Hence we need to decide our own take.
Nose rings are one of the ancient jewellery and has been widely worn by females, since 16th century. Some observe that nose stud was not used during ancient times and it was introduced by invaders during the 11th century. So whenever it came to India, it is widely popular even today.
Symbol of Marriage:
Nose ring or stud is worn by married and unmarried girls, yet in few Hindu societies it is a symbol of marriage. It is considered as one of the 16 sringar for married women. Various Indian communities have a tradition of wearing nose ring during marriage ceremonies. Though the position of the nose may vary from culture to culture like left side, right side or septum (between the nostrils).
It is said that the left side of the nostril is associated with the reproductive organs of the females. So the piercing in this side of the nose makes the delivery or child birth easier. It also reduces the menstrual cramps every month.
Apart from the cultural value, the nose piercing is considered as a gesture to adore and honour Goddess Parvati. Being associated with marriage and love towards her spouse, the women wear nose ring to please the Goddess.
Nowadays people have started wearing this ornament as a fashion statement. The acceptability of nose stud is widely increasing among the people of west and also in the work culture. It also makes the women look appealing and beautiful.