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Archana: Rahu Kala Pooja

Archana: Rahu Kala Pooja

Rahu, along with Ketu, belongs to the navagrahas, the nine planets. They actually represent the two nodal points, where the Moon intersects Earth’s path around the Sun, and of these, Rahu remains the North Lunar node. As Rahu and Ketu do not actually have physical existence, they are called shadow planets.
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Archana - Rahu Kala Pooja

Who is Rahu and what is Rahu Kalam?

Rahu Kala Pooja

Rahu, along with Ketu, belongs to the navagrahas, the nine planets. They actually represent the two nodal points, where the Moon intersects Earth’s path around the Sun, and of these, Rahu remains the North Lunar node. As Rahu and Ketu do not actually have physical existence, they are called shadow planets. As per mythology, Rahu was originally a demon who disguised himself as a Deva, a celestial being, and consumed a few drops of the immortal nectar. But when found out, Lord Vishnu severed his head. However, being immortal, he survived and is depicted as an entity with the head of an asura (demon) and the body of a snake. Though generally regarded as inauspicious, Rahu is a powerful planet who can create materialistic tendencies in people, apart from causing harm in other ways.

While the other 7 planets rule the 7 days of the week, there are no such exclusive weekdays for Rahu and Ketu. Instead, they are believed to exercise control over two separate periods of 1.5 hours each, daily. The period so ruled by Rahu is known as Rahu Kalam. Though this period is not regarded as auspicious for undertaking important activities, some specific worships performed during this period are considered very effective.

This Rahu Kala Pooja is a worship done during Rahu Kalam, and it is undertaken for pleasing the Snake God.

What is the importance of a sarpa or snake?

Sarpas, or snakes, carry a lot of spiritual and religious significance. They are even regarded as divinity or God. The snake is believed to represent eternity as well as materiality, life as well as death, and time as well as timelessness. It symbolizes all 3 core processes, those of creation, preservation and destruction. People worship snakes too like any other deity, making them offerings of milk, fruits, etc. Hence, any harm caused to them or to their places of dwelling amounts to committing a sin that may incur for the person concerned and his or her family a dosham, or a curse.

How is the Rahu Kala Pooja conducted and what are the benefits of doing it?

This ceremony is done to incur the favor of the Snake God, and it involves performance of a Pooja to him during the period of Rahu Kalam. While a Pooja can be termed as any ceremonial worship that includes many rituals, in the present context, it can be taken to mean an archana, the Light and Sound Ceremony. In this remedy, special worship is offered to the Snake God, in which an archana is also done in praise of the deity and in the names of the devotees and their families.

The Rahu Kala Pooja done to the Snake God during Rahu Kalam, the period ruled by Rahu, who himself is in the form of a snake, can earn the God’s compassion for the devotees. This can act as an effective remedy for a variety of problems. This can help to remove karmic influences, get cured of diseases, clear mental instability and improve life on many fronts.

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