What is Nagaprathishta?
Naga Pratishta is commonly done in India to get rid of ‘Naga Dosha’, an Indian term that refers to issues connected with problems of fertility, childbirth.
Why is Naga Pratishthapana suggested?
According to Indian Jyothishya shastra (astrology), if any of our ancestors (elders) have knowingly or unknowingly harmed a serpent or snake or destroyed their abode while doing agriculture or building a home, it is bound to attract Sarpa Dosha in the kundali and affect the entire family. Sarpa Dosha might manifest in the form of childlessness; not having children (Santana); children suffering from various ailments in their life and many others.
This is referred to as Naga Dosha or Sarpa Dosha in our Kundali.
Do we have to perform Nagara Pratishtha under Ashwattha tree?
Naga Pratishthapana is generally performed under sacred trees like Ashwattha (Peepal), Aala (Banyan), Neem and others as mentioned in scriptures.
Is Naga Pratishthapan suggested for Sarp Dosh?
Naga Pratishthapan is suggested for many problems like Kaal Sarp Dosh, Rahu Ketu Dosh, Sarpa Dosh, Santana Prapti (continuation of lineage), ailments related to eyes, ears and skin, financial difficulties leading to a happy, peaceful and prosperous life.
When can we perform Naga Pratishthapana?
Naga Pratishthapana dates can be arrived at, in consultation with astrologers and Pandits of Kshetras. Our Astrologers suggest the date after proper examination of your horoscopes.
Where can we do Nagara Prathishte? Or Where can we perform Naga Pratishthe?
You can contact our Support team on deciding the Kshetras or Nagabanas for Naga Pratishthapana. Naga Pratishthapana can be performed, in consultation with astrologers and Pandits of Kshetras. Our Astrologers suggest the date after proper examination of your horoscopes.