Naga Pratishta Pooja is the process of installing carved Naga stones in Naga or Nagabana temple around banyan trees. This additional pooja should complete the whole pooja cycle of Sarpa dosha or Sarpa samskara.
Who should perform Naga Prathishta Pooja:
- Sarpa dosha found in the horoscope
- Persons who perform Sarpa Samskara
- Persons perform Sarpa dosha pooja.
- Persons perform Naga/ Sarpa pooja for the welfare of the family.
Naga Pratishthapana Pooja Benefits:
- Delay in marriage minimized.
- One can overcome pregnancy-related hurdles.
- Activities related to land and construction will be completed on time.
- The professional success of family members.
- Good health and peace of mind. Relief from stress.
- Positive energy creation for physical and mental balance.
How to perform Naga Prathishta Puja:
The time needed to perform Naga Prathishta Puja is 1 hour and 45 minutes.
- Vinayaka puja
- Sarva Devi/Devatha pooja
- Naga idol purification and Alankara
- Naga idol energization
- Sarpa Gayatri mantra jap
- Sapa Japa Homam
- Idol installation at Naga Temple or Nagabana or around a Banyan tree
Naga Pratishta Kshetras:
PurePrayer offers the best Vedic Pandits and Purohits to perform Naga Pratishthapana in many Kshetras like Devipatnam, Rameswaram, Sethukarai and Thirunageswaram in Tamil Nadu. Gokarna and Udupi Sri Kshetra are the favorite kshetras in Karnataka.
Naga Pratishta at Udupi Vasuki Anantha Padmanabha Temple:
Naga Pratishta Puja is performed at Sri Vasuki Anantha Padmanabha Temple, situated in the Udupi district, Karnataka.
Other pujas like Ashleshabali Puja, Naaga Bali Puja and Sarpa Samskara Puja are performed in this temple.
Naga Pratishte at Gokarna Temple:
Gokarna is a small temple town in the Kumta taluk, Uttara Kannada district, Karnataka. The main temple and deity is Lord Shiva, who is also known as Mahabaleshwara and southern Kashi. This temple houses what is believed to be the original image of Shiva’s linga / Atmalinga. Ashleshabali Puja, Naaga Bali, Sarpa Samskara, Shraddha Pujas such as Narayana Bali Puja, Tripindi Shraddha, Thila Homa, Navagraha-purak-aghorastra-puja, Narayan bali, Mrityunjaya Homam, Pind Daan, Varshik Shraddh and many more Pujas are performed by local priest families.