In Hindu tradition Triveni Sangam is the "confluence" of three rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Vedic River Sarasawati . Sangam is the Sanskrit word for confluence. The point of confluence is a sacred place for Hindus. A bath, Pooja and Yagya here is said to flush away all of one's sins and free one from the cycle of rebirth. The mythological tales in Hindu Culture make a vivid remark about Triveni Sangam. The Place is believed to be the spot where some of the nectar drops fell as the pitcher slipped from the Lord.

In the Vedic and ancient time, here so many Yagya and Pooja has been performed by many Rishi , Even Lord Brahma had performed Prakrista Yagya at Triveni Sangam.

Performing Shraaddh at Triveni Sangam, especially during 'Pitru Paksh' is regarded as a very essential ritual to give salvation to the deceased souls.It is believed that the spirits of ancestors keep waiting for such 'Pind Daan' through the Shraaddh ceremony to be performed by their progeny. Once it is performed, the souls are satisfied and they get salvation (moksha). Till such time it is not performed, the dissatisfied souls hover around. Hence every Hindu considers it his duty to offer pind to his ancestors.

The following is our full list of the most recommended Poojas and Yagya for remedies and for achieving success in various wakes of life.

1. Rudrabhishekam Pooja:

Rudra is a famous name of Lord Shiva. Rudrabhishek is the famous puja and worship performed to Shivling by giving a holy bath. When Lord Vishnu incarnated as Sri Raam, he established a Shiva Linga at Rameswaram before crossing the sea and performed Rudrabhishek pooja to express his devotion to Lord Siva and seek his blessings. This Pooja, where Lord Shiva is worshiped in his Rudra form, is hailed by all Vedic scriptures as one of the greatest Poojas to remove all evils, to attain all desires and for all round prosperity.

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2. Ekadash Rudrabhishekam Pooja:

This is a more elaborate Pooja of Lord Shiva. Shiva has eleven forms of Rudra. In this Pooja all the eleven Rudras are worshiped. After the aavahan (welcoming of the deity), sthaapna (giving seat to the deity) Laghu-nyasam is recited. Then Rudra Trishati is recited. Abhishekam is done to each of the 11 Rudras with all the 11 dravyas prescribed in the Shiv Puraana. Their 11 consorts are also worshiped . This pooja is performed by minimum 4 pundits and Rudram is recited total 11 times - i.e. one recital for each of the 11 Rudras. This pooja is exclusively done in the name of the Client and with his sankalpa i.e. - The specific purpose for which the Client is getting the pooja performed. As the name says, only the Pooja is performed and Homa or fire oblations are not performed.

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3. Ekadasa Rudrabhishekam Yagya:

This is a very powerful Homa of Lord Shiva. Shiva has eleven forms of Rudra. In this Homa all the 11 Rudras are worshiped. After the sthapana avahana etc., Mahanyasam is recited. Then Rudra Trishati is recited. This homa is performed by 11 pundits and each pundit recites Sri Rudram 11 times - i.e. total 121 times Rudrajapa. Abhishekam is done to each of the 11 Rudras with all the 11 dravyas prescribed. Their 11 consorts are also worshiped . After the pooja Homa is performed with the prescribed ingredients and 1/10 the number of japas done in the pooja are repeated. It ends with poorn-aahuti and shaanti paath. It is an excellent Homa for all round shanti and success in all undertakings. This pooja is exclusively done in the name of the Client and with his sankalpa i.e. - The specific purpose for which the Client is getting the pooja performed. As the name says, it includes the Pooja as well as the Homa or fire oblations.

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4. Maha Rudra Yagya :

This is a once in a lifetime yajna to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva and an excellent remedy for all doshas and for all round success in all areas of life. All other rituals are same as in the above Ekadasa Rudra Homam but in this Yagya 121 pundits recite the Rudram 11 times each in one day - i.e., total 1331 recitals of Sri Rudram. Alternately, instead of one day it is also performed by 33 pundits for 4 days to complete the total 1331 Rudra japas. After that Homa is performed with the prescribed ingredients and 1/10 the number of japas done in the pooja are repeated while performing the Homa - i.e., 133 more Rudra japas. Normally apart from the 121 reciting pundits 10 more extra pundits are included in the homa to look after the continuous process of abhishekam and passing the materials plus in case a pundit takes a break to drink water etc as it a very long Yagya. One must be very lucky indeed to get this Yagya performed as it is said that Lord Shiva and His consort Goddess Parvati bless the performer with all the 8 types of wealth.

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5. Shri MahaMritunjay Pooja:

Shri MahaMritunjay Pooja is conducted in accordance with the specific count of Shri MahaMritunjay Mantra or jap. MahaMritunjay signifies something that is so magnificient that it could even defeat death approaching near it. Maha Mritunjay mantras are enchanted in order to bless the native from his/her problems like illness, acute disease that may be considered as a reason for the life to end or death approaching towards the native. The pooja is performed extensively to defy death and for the ailment of the natives by the blessing from power mantras of MahaMritunjay. Vedic jyotish recommends these mantras to please Lord Shiva who presides as Lord of Shri Maha Mritunjaya Mantra and is known as Maha kaal as if form of one of the trinity’s Shri MahaMritunjay Mantra helps to combat and avoid unnatural circumstances and avoid death due to these circumstances. Vedic Jyotish recommends this pooja as remedy to rectify variety of Doshas like Nadi dosh, Bhakut Dosh and other such doshas that are results of Gun Milan at the time of matching Kundlies. Monday’s are preferred to start or end Shri Maha Mritunjay pooja but the day and time changes in accordance with the time required by the pundits to complete the pooja. This pooja may include many steps that may differ for different pooja and Maha Mritunjay pooja takes around 7 days to complete. All the steps are to performed with precision according to the methods prescribed in order to get blessings from Lord Shiva.

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6. Kaal Sarp Dosh Nivaran Pooja :

Kaal Sarp Dosh is a curse related to the birth. One who is born in the Kaal Sarp Yog is believed to suffer from the misfortune and death like experiences for the lifelong period. Kaal refers to the time and Sarp means snake. When all the seven planets line up between Rahu and Ketu then this lethal curse affects the people who are born in this time frame. This is a very dangerous Dosh and provides melancholy to the people, who acquire this Dosh, till their death. This Dosh can be of 12 types and the Nivaran Pooja for each type may differ slightly. The Dosh also affects the health and wealth. This Dosh enhances the complexities in life and ruins every source of joy and happiness. The usual time period in which the Dosh remains at its apex is around 47 years. This Dosh can be wiped out from the life by performing a highly disciplined Kal Sarp Yoga (a positive practice that demands dedication and self-control) and the Dosh Nivaran Puja.

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7. Pitra Dosh Nivaran Pooja:

Pitra is referred to our ancestors and family members who are dead. Pitra Dosh is referred to the situation when the departed ancestors or family members have not attained peace or salvation. Importance of blessings from Pitra is explained in Rig Veda (Book 10: Hymn 15). This hymn contains a set of 14 verses and these verses outlines the importance of pleasing Pitra along with the basic procedure to please them and benefits of pleasing the Pitra.

Astrologically Pitra Dosh is usually seen by Sun - Rahu conjunction or Rahu aspecting Sun in the natal horoscope. The result of Pitra Dosh will largely depend on the house in which Sun and Rahu are conjunct. An expert astrologer is the best judge to decide over the extent and the effect of Pitra Dosha. Pitra Dosh Nivaran Pooja helps in overcoming the negative impacts of Pitra Dosh. This Pooja is often performed at a few designated places like Gaya, Prayag (Allahabad), Banaras, Tryambkeshwar, Hardwar etc.

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8. Mangal Dosh Nivaran Pooja:

According to Parashar Hora Shastra, when Mars occupies any of the following houses 1, 4, 7, 8 or 12 with no benefic aspect then Mangal Dosh (Manglik Dosh) is said to be present.

Mangal Dosh may lead to troubled married life. One of the reasons why Mangal Dosha may lead to a troubled married life is because Mars represent masculine energy which brings in the qualities of aggression, passion, will power and courage. Mangal Dosh is like an excessive Mars energy.

Parashar Hora also says that a Manglik person should marry a Manglik person to cancel the Mangal Dosha effects. Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja is also done as a remedy to Mangal Dosh.

Mangal Dosh Nivaran Puja is done to appease the malefic effects of badly placed Mars in the birth horoscope.

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9. Navagrah Shanti Pooja:

Navagraha Pooja is performed if the situation of the Grahas (planets) are inauspicious, negative, bad effective, bad houses or zodiac in your Kundali / Horoscope. Performing Navagraha Pooja provides the required strength to the person to overcome the hardships and relief from his obstacles. It also make a person progressive, success in activities, make happiness in life, wealth and health etc. A Navagraha Shanti Pooja can be remotely performed for you by learned Bramhins (priests) under the guidance of our authentic astrologer.

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10. Chandi Yagya / Chandi Paath / Durga Saptshati Yagya / Durga Saptshati Paath :

The Vedic tradition offers a number of remedies for those who wish to use spiritual means to address serious obstacles and difficulties in life. Among the most powerful is the Chandi Yagya. This yagya is for a very fierce form of the Divine Mother who is described in the 700 verse mantra called Saptashati, also known as Chandi Paath.

In Vedic mythology, Chandi is the result of the combination of the energies of all the gods. So she is capable of solving any problem, and overcoming any obstacle. Chandi yagyas are good for any problem that is daunting, any situation in which the other party seems to unfairly have the upper hand.

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11. Grah Dosh Nivaran / Shanti Pooja:

Grah Dosha occur when a planets occupies improper and unsuitable houses in one's astrological chart. Teerth Raj Prayag (Allahabad) most preferred Place to conduct different Graha Dosh Nivaran or Shanti Pooja. According to Vedas and Shashtras there are many planets & stars but only Nine (Nav=9) Planets (Grah) and 27stars that fall into immediate circumference of the solar system and are likely to affect our lives depending upon their position in our natal chart. Graha Dosh Nivaran Pooja is undertaken to reduce the pessimistic effects and improve the optimistic energies related to a person.

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