1,25,000 chants of Guru mantra & Yagna to pacify malefics of planet Jupiter and bestow blessings.
Brahaspatya is the Guru of Devas, personification of piety and religion, the chief offerer of prayers and sacrifices, represented as the Purohita of the Gods with whom he intercedes for men. He is the Lord of planet Jupiter. He is of Sattva Guna and represents knowledge and teaching. He is often known simply as “Guru”.
According to scriptures, he is the guru of the Devas and the arch-nemesis of Shukracharya, the guru of the Danavas. He is also known Guru, the god of wisdom and eloquence, to whom various works are ascribed, such as the “atheistic” Barhaspatya sutras.
In Vedic astrology, Barhaspatya is considered to be the greatest benefic of any of the planets. Guru rules over the signs Dhanu (Sagittarius) and Meena (Pisces), he is exalted in Karka (Cancer) and in his fall in Makara (Capricorn). The Sun, Moon and Mars are considered friendly to Barhaspatya, Mercury is hostile and Saturn is neutral. Guru in Vedic astrology is considered to be of the element ether (space) or Akasha Tattva. This indicates vastness, growth and expansion in a person’s horoscope and life. He also represents the balance of past karma, religion, philosophy, knowledge and issues relating to offspring. He is concerned with education, teaching and the dispensation of knowledge. Humans with Jupiter dominating in their horoscope could grow fat as life progresses and their empire and prosperity increases; and diabetes is an ailment directly related to Jupiter. According to traditional Hindu astrology, worship or propitiation Guru results in cure from ailments affecting the stomach and helps ward off sins.
Puja service includes: Ganpathi Smaran, Shaanti paath, Invocation of all deities, Nine planets invocation mantra (1 mala of each planet), Guru yantra Puja, 1,25,000 chants of Guru mantra, Guru Havan (including 108 ahutis of Peepal wood), Guru shanti donation in temple, Brahmin Bhojan.
Number of Priests: 12