Pooja's FAQ

What is Mangal Graha Jaap?

Mangal Graha Jaap is a ritual involving the chanting of mantras dedicated to Mars (Mangal) to seek relief from the malefic effects of Mars in one's astrological chart.

What is Mangal dosh, and when does it occur?

Mangal dosh, also known as Kuja dosh or Angarakha dosh, occurs when Mars is located in the 1st, 4th, 7th, 8th, or 12th houses of an individual's birth chart.

Why is Mangal Graha Jaap performed on Tuesday?

Tuesday is considered the day of Mars, and performing the Mangal Graha Jaap on this day is believed to enhance its efficacy. Mars is associated with courage and energy, and Tuesdays are considered auspicious for activities related to Mars.

What are the benefits of Mangal Graha Jaap?

Mangal Graha Jaap is believed to bring material and spiritual development by alleviating the negative effects of Mars. It is thought to nullify the malefic results associated with Mangal dosh, providing relief from blood-related issues, diseases, misfortunes, and enemies.

Can Mangal Graha Jaap eliminate bad luck?

The belief is that Mangal Graha Jaap can help overcome various challenges, including bad luck, by seeking the positive influence of Mars through dedicated chanting and rituals.

Is there scientific evidence supporting the efficacy of Mangal Graha Jaap?

Like many astrological and spiritual practices, the effectiveness of Mangal Graha Jaap is often based on faith and belief. Scientific evidence may not necessarily support specific outcomes, as these practices are deeply rooted in cultural and religious traditions.

What steps should be taken after scheduling a pooja with a pandit or temple?

After booking a pooja with a pandit or temple, you will receive the pandit's contact number in the booking section. Feel free to reach out to confirm details and discuss any specific requirements.