- Prevents delay in marriage and makes married life successful
- Helps in a prosperous business
- Improves mental health and financial condition
- Gives inner peace and relief from diseases
- Improves alignment of planets Rahu, Ketu and Saturn
The Rahu Ketu Dosha, famously known as the Kala Sarpa Dosha is one of the most pestilent doshas in Hindu mythology. According to the mythos, this dosha appears upon wounding or killing a snake. As it is said that the head part of the snake is Rahu while the tail part of the snake is the Ketu. Since Rahu and Ketu are placed at 180 degrees in the opposite directions they can at no time meet each other. As Rahu and Ketu are shadow planets even though they are not visible through naked eyes, there is often the alignment of the planets during which all the seven planets get arranged in between Rahu and Ketu and this is called Kalasarpa Yoga. People who reside at places where snake pits were demolished face severe health issues as long as they stay in those houses. This dosha turns fatal if its only cure, Ashlesha Bali Puja is not performed. There are sites like OnlineTemple that provide Puja for Good Health online for people who cannot access the effective puja facility at reasonable prices.
Ashlesha Bali Puja is performed as a cure for the Kal Sarpa Dosha on the day of Aslesha Nakshatra as Nagadevata (Serpents or Snake) is Godhead for this nakshatra. By performing this puja, one gets relief from the fatal effects of the dosha. Due to COVID-19, it has become unsafe to perform puja at home, therefore you can book online puja services that are accessible through OnlineTemple.
As the deity related to the Aslesha Nakshatra and Nag Panchami is the Nagadevata, it is said that the puja done on the day of Nag Panchami is directly an offering to the serpent God. Thus one can perform the Ashlesha Bali Puja on this day as well and get rid of the malefic effects of the Kal Sarpa Dosha and lead a happy, healthy and prosperous life.