Ashlesha Bali

Ashlesha Bali is a form of sacrifice done on the holy day of Ashlesha Nakshtra (star sign of Nagadevata).

"Balidaanena Santushtaah, Bhavanti Nagadevatah"- By making a holy sacrifice, naga devatas bless us

Ashlesha Bali is a form of sacrifice done on the holy day of Ashlesha Nakshtra (star sign of Nagadevata). The sacrifice done on the day of Ashlesha Nakshtra is considered to be holy and nagadevatas are believed to accept the sacrifice and bless the kartru (Person who performs the sacrifice)

Reference to Ashlesha Bali is described in smriti as "jnanato ajnanatashcha drutaanam samastavidha sarpahanana ityadi paapam" which means any form of harm caused by us or our ancestors to snakes, knowingly or unknowingly, causes distress to generations to come.

Effects of Naga Dosha
problems in getting married
problems in child conception
problems in Health
problems in professional life
problems in personal life

Pooja Vidhi (Proceduce)
1. Ganapathi Pooja
2. Punyahavachana
3. Ritwick Varanam
4. Kalasha Pooje
5. Naga Yantra Aaradhana
6. Prayaschita Tila Homa
7. Balodaana
8. Poornahuti
9. Aashirwada

Materials Include:
1. Daana items (Vastra, Dhana and cereals)
2. Homa utensils (Homa kunda, Homa Spoons, Homa fuel (Sacred woods, Ghee and Camphor), Homa sacrifice (charu), Poornahuti items.
3. Kalasha Samagri ( Kalasha vessels, Coconuts, Vastra, cereals, Darbhe).
4. Flowers, Fruits and Coconuts for the pooja.

Number of Purohits: 5

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