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Puja in 5 Temples for Sarpa Dosham

Ghati Subramanya Temple, Tirupaampuram Raahu Kethu Temple, Nagercoil Nagararaja Temple, Mannarasala Nagaraja Temple & Vetticode Nagaraja Temple
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Sarpa Dosha is believed to be caused due to Sarpa Sapa or curse of the serpents. The origin of Sarpa Dosha is mythic and unexplained in classics.It is said that there is a mystic power of serpents that rule the world. The Sarpa Dosha is explained as it comes from killing the serpents in previous or present life by self or by father or grandfather and not performing the rituals for the same. The curse affects the lives in a negative way. Getting rid of it becomes necessary to lead a peaceful life. This puja ensures that the effect of the curse is removed from one's life.
Ghati Subramanya kannada is an ancient Hindu temple, situated on the outskirts of Bangalore near Tubagere, Doddaballapura. It is the belief of devotees that childless couples making vows shall be blessed with children by the Lord. Tirupaampuram Raahu Kethu Temple is located in Tamil Nadu. This is the 59th of the hymn ordained temples south of the Kaaveri river. Hundreds of devotees throng this temple as a purification Kendra for many graha conflicts. Nagaraja Temple is a Hindu temple worshipping Nagaraja(King of Serpents- Vasuki) situated at the heart of Nagercoil town. The temple has innumerable statues of serpents. Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple is a very ancient and internationally known centre of pilgrimage for the devotees of serpent gods (Nagaraja). The Mannarasala Temple has over 30,000 images of snakes along the paths and among the trees, and is the largest such temple in Kerala. As per the legend Sree Nagaraja Swami Temple at Vetticode was consecrated by Lord Parasurama. From time immemorial Kavu or Sarpakavu has been associated with the place of worship of Anantha or Adisesha as the main deity.
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