The day Sūrya enters a rāśi is known as saṅkrānti. Parāśara tells us that those born on saṅkrānti are likely to suffer from poverty, sorrow and other misfortunes. To avoid this, the grahas must be pacified by performing Navagraha Pūjā and the specific Saṅkrānti Doṣa puja as laid down…

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A pujari of Dharma-raja, from ‘Voyage aux Index orientales’ by Pierre Sonnerat, Paris, 1782 The Sadhu Sankuli Tantra has a detailed list of graha-dhyāna and graha mantras. Unlike the other works on navagraha remedy, these are meant for begging forgiveness for sins and overcoming our flaws. To become a sadhu…

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