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Valuable tips for a peaceful life

  • Find and understand your strength and weakness astrologically from your chart.
  • Know about your destiny (prabtham) for each matter in the life and act according to the guidance from a good guru or an astrologer. Utilise the favorable periods and be careful in the unfavorable periods.
  • Remember that one takes the birth as per the previous karma and will be tested how he/she reacts to others in difficulty in the current birth. If he/she does good or bad, everything will be accounted.
  • Doing harm to others including human, animals or snakes or birds will be accounted as sin and the respective planets governing the affected living ones will become malefic to you and your generation. For example: Jupiter-forefather, Sun-father, Moon-mother, Mars-siblings, Venus-wife or women, Mercury-Daughter/ Sister/ Relatives,  Rahu- in-laws, snakes, Ketu- snake, dogs etc.,  Hence Do not harm or cheat anyone or any creatures by any means to your best. And try to do good to them , this would pacify the concerned planets and would help your children and grand children with a good planetary placements in their birth.
  • Do not be greedy or jealousy on others.
  • Do not show enmity on others.
  • Bring up your children with good habits and characters which could help them to control the mind to understand and compromise or adjust according to the situation and can lead a peaceful life. When Moon(mind) is tuned with good thoughts and attitude, good brought up boy or girl could easy face the troubles or challenges in life due to the bad planetary periods instead of taking any hasty decisions. This would fetch good results.
  • Give respect to your husband, parents, in-laws and all elders.
  • Do not look down gurus or sages or elders. This would make Jupiter malefic who could cause trouble to you or your generation.
  • Do not neglect your parents or siblings or relatives or anyone even if they are not good to you. This would fetch you good in time. Otherwise it will become a sin.
  • Do not think that you have the capability to live a good life and others do not have.  You must understand this that you have this good life due to some good karma you did in the previous birth and the others suffer due to their past bad karma.
  • If you do not help/support them in need though you can, this would become a sin and your debit balance (bad karma) would be added in your current account. This would affect your generation, your children or grandchildren who will be born with bad planetary positions and suffer on account of that.
  • Your good karma or help to others would help your generation in time of any danger.
  • Offer food to poor, blind people, beggars, dogs, cows, ants, monkeys, elephants and birds.
  • Understand and control your mind and lead a peaceful life.
  • Do cultivate the routine visit to your kuldev temple every month or whenever possible.
  • Do not forget to follow your rituals for your pitrus
  • Daly do Surya namaskar
  • Do worship all the Gods representing the Planets in the Navagraha temple as and when possible.
  • Recite the Beej mantra of benefic planets to seek help and recite Stotra of malefic planets daily to pacify them.
  • Do consult an expert Kp Astrologer before proceeding with any event in your life and act according to his guidance.

Good Luck !

Dr.G.K.Adith Kasinath
“KP Hora Ratna”
9043419466/ 8015100700
[email protected]

Stotra to pacify planet and Beej Mantra to seek help


Japaa kusuma Sankaasam Kaasyapeyam Mahaath’ yuthim
Thamo’urim sarva Paapa ganam Pranathosmi Dhiwaakaram
(One who looks like the Hibiscus flower, Son of Kashyapa, full of radiance,
Foe of darkness and the one who dispells all sins, I prostrate that Surya.)

“Oum hraam hreem hraum sah suryaaya namah”


Dhadhi sanka Thushaaraabham Ksheero Dhaarnava Sambhavam
Namaami sasinam Somam Sambhor makuta Bhooshanam
(The one who has the hue of curd and icebergs, one who emerges from the milky
ocean, Chandra who adorns Shiva, I prostrate. that Chandra.)

“Oum shraam shreem shraum sah chandramasay namah”


Dharanee garbha Sambhootham Vidhyuth kaanthi Samaprabham
Kumaaram Sakthi Hasthancha Mangalam Pranamaam Yaham
(The one who is the son of Bhooma Devi, One who has the lustre of lightning,
One who has Shakthi in his hand, and the auspoicious one, I prostrate that

“Oum kraam kreem kraum sah bhaumaaya namah”


Piryangu kali Kaasyaamam Roope’naa Prathimam Budham
Sowmyam sowmya Gunopetham Tham Bhudham Pranamaam Yaham
(The one who is dark like the bud of Priyangu flower, One who is unequalled in
beauty and is intelligent, And the son of Chandra, One who is peaceful, I prostrate
that Budha.)

“Oum braam breem braum sah budhaaya namah”


Dhe’vaanaancha Risheenaancha – Gurum Kaanchan sannibham
Bhudhdhi bhootham Thrilokesam – Thannamaami Bhruhaspathim
(The one who is the Guru of the Devas and Rishis, the one who is radiant and
intelligent, The Lord of all the three worlds, I prostrate that Brihaspathi.)

“Oum graam greem graum sah brihasptaye namah”


Hima kundha M’runaalaabam – Dhaithyaanam Paramam Gurum
Sarva saasthra Pravruththaaram – Bhaargavam Pranamaam Yaham
(The one who has the lustre of the dew, Lotus stem and Thumba flower, High priest
of Asuras and the one who preaches the Shatras, I prostrate that ( Bhargava)Sukracharya.)

“Oum draam dreem draum sah shukraaya namah”


Neelaanchana Samaabaasam – Raviputhram Yamaagrajam
Chaayaa Maarthaanda Sambhootham – Thannamaami Sanaicharam
(The one who is blue, one who is like charcoal, one who is the son of Surya and the
brother of Yama, one who is born to Chaya and Surya, I prostrate that Saneeswara.)

“Oum praam preem praum sah shanayishchraaya namah”


Ardha kaayam mahaaveeyram – Chandhraadhithya vimardhanam
Simhikaagarba Sambhootham – Tham Raahum Pranamaam Yaham
(The one who has half a body and is full of valour, One who opposes Chandra and
Surya without fear, One who was born from Simhika’s womb, I prostrate that Rahu.)

“Oum bhraam bhreem bhraum sah raahave namah”


Palaasa pushpa sankaasam – Thaarakagraha masthakam
Rowdhram rowdhraathmakam go’ram – Tham Kethum Pranamaam Yaham
(The one who looks like Palasa flower, One who is the king of the stars and
One who has a fierce form and is scary and angry, I prostrate that Kethu).

“Oum sraam sreem sraum sah ketave namah”

Star temples in Tamil Nadu

1. Ashwini or Aswathi or Ashwathi or Asvini
• Piravi Marundeeswarar Koil Situated in Thiruthuraipoondi which is about 30 Kms from Tiruvarur.
• Dharbaranyeswarar temple Situated at Thirunallar about 6 Kms from Karaikal
2. Bharani or Apa Bharani
• Agneeswarar Koil. This temple is at Nallaadai, situated 20 Kms from Mayavaram on Nagapattinam Route. It is about 3 Kms from Poraiyar.
• Vadaranyeswarar Temple This temple is at Thiruvalangadu, 45 Kms from Chennai on the route to Arakkonam.
3. Karthigai or Krithika
• Gaathra Sundareswarar Koil This is at Kanjanagaram, at a distance of 8 Kms from Mayavaram on Poompuhar road.
• Naganathar Temple Nagapattinam
4. Rohini
• Pandava Dhootha Perumal Koil Situated in the lane opposite to Ekambareswarar Koil at Kanchipuram
• Sivayoginathar Temple Thiruvisanallur
5. Mirugaseerisham or Mrigashiras or Mrigasira or Mrigashirsha
• Adi Narayana Koil at Enkan. Enkan is very famour for the Murugan temple. Enkan is near Tiruvarur on the road to Thanjavur via Koradacheri.
• Vana Durga Devi Temple situated at Kathiramangalam at a distance of 5 Kms from Kuthalam & 16 Kms from Mayavaram.
6. Thiruvadharai or Arudhra
• Abhaya Varadeeswarar Koil located at Adhiramapattinam at a distance of 12 Kms from Pattukottai in Tanjore District.
• Agneeswarar Temple Thirukollikkadu near Tiruvarur
7. Punarpoosam or Punarvasu
• Athitheeswarar Koil Vaniyambadi in North Arcot District.
• Abathsahayeswarar Temple Alangudi
8. Poosam or Pushyami or Pushya
• Akshayapureeswarar Koil. This temple is at Vilangulam. Vilangulam is situated at 20 Kms from Peravurani, in Tanjore District. From Pattukottai on the ECR towards Rameswaram this is at a distance of 30 Kms.
• Karkadeswarar Temple Thirunandudevankudi is about 2 Kms from Thiruvisanallur and 8 Kms from Thiruvidaimarudhur
9. Aayilyam or Ashlesha
• Karkadeswarar Koil Thirunandudevankudi is about 2 Kms from Thiruvisanallur and 8 Kms from Thiruvidaimarudhur.
• Subramanya Swamy Temple Thirupurankundram
10. Magham or Magha
• Mahalingeswarar Koil This temple is at Thavasimadai 25 kms from Dindugal on the road to Nattam.
• Thillai Kali Temple Chidambaram
11. Pooram or Poorva Phalguni or Purva or Purva Phalguni or Poorvaphalguni or Pubba
• Hari Theertheswarar Koil Situated at Thiruvarangulam, which is 10 Kms from Pudukottai on the road to Pattukottai.
• Sri Kalyanasundara Swamy Temple Thirumanacheri about 6 Kms from Kuthalam which is on Mayavaram-Kumbakonam route
12. Uttiram or Uttara Phalguni
• Mangalyeswarar Koil Edaiyathumangalam is on Trichy-Lalgudi route. Just after Valadi you will find an arch to your right, take a right turn there and the road will lead you to this village.
• Kucchiamman Temple At Poovalur situated at a distance of 20 kms from Trichy and 3 Kms North of Lalgudi on Trichy Ariyalur road.
13. Hastham or Hastha or Hast or Hasta
• Kripakupareswarar Koil This temple is at Komal, which is about 6 Kms from Kuttalam, which is on Kumbakonam Mayavaram Route.
• Thyagarajaswamy Temple Tiruvarur
14. Chitirai or Chitra
• Chittirairatha Vallabha Perumal Koil Situated at Kuruvithurai about 23 Kms from Madurai and 8 Kms from Cholavandan.
• Thyagarajaswamy Temple Tiruvarur
15. Swathy
• Prasanna Kundhalambika and Tantreeswarar Koil Sittukadu about 10 Kms from Poonamallee on Pattabiram route.
• Jambukeshwarar temple Thiruvanaikaval is on the outskirts of Trichy near Srirangam
16. Vishaka or Vishaakha or Vishakam
• Kumaraswamy Koil Thirumalai about 7 Kms from Shenkottai and 15 Kms from Thenkasi.
• Pralayanathar Temple Cholavandhan, 26 Kms from Madurai
17. Anusham or Anuradha
• Lakhmsipureeswarar Koil. This temple is at Thiruninriyur about 6 Kms from Vaitheeswaran Koil on the road to Mayavaram.
• Mahalingaswamy temple Thiruvidaimarudhur
18. Kettai or Jyeshtha
• Varadaraja Koil Varadaraja Koil is at Pasupati Koil, 12 Kms from Tanjore on Kumbakonam route.
• Angalaparameswari Amman Temple Situated at Palladam, 35 Kms from Coimbatore
19. Moolam or Moola
• Singeeswarar Koil At Mappedu about 40 Kms from Chennai
• Meenakshi Amman Temple Madurai
20. Pooradam or Purva Ashadha or Poorva Shada or Poorvashaada
• Akasapureeswarar Koil Kaduveli near Thiruvaiyar.
• Bhakthajaneswarar Temple Thirunavalur is on Ulundurpet – Panruti route at a distance of 16 Kms from Panruti.
21. Uttiradam or Uttara Ashadha or Uttara Shada or Uthrashaada
• Brahma Pureeswarar Koil Situated at Keezhapungudi in Madurai district on the Melur – Sivaganga Road.
• Dharmapuram Durga Temple Mayavaram
22. Thiruvonam or Shravana
• Prasanna Venkatesa Perumal Koil This temple at Thiruparkadal is 4 kms from Kaveripakkam on the Chennai – Vellore route.
• Rajakaliamman Temple Chetpet in Chennai
23. Avittam or Shravishtha or Dhanista or Dhanishta
• Brahma Gnana Pureeswarar Koil This temple at Korukkai is 5 Kms from Kumbakonam on the Patteeswaram – Muzhaiyur road.
• Magudeshwarar Temple Kodumudi is situated on Erode Trichy Highway, it is 26 Kms from Karur and 38 Kms from Erode.
24. Sadayam or Shatabhisha or Shatataraka
• Agnipureeswarar Koil Thirupugalur about 10 Kms from Nannilam towards Nagapattinam.
• Ardhanareeswarar Temple Thiruchengode
25. Pooratadhi or Purva Bhadrapada or Poorva Bhadra
• Thiruvaneswarar Koil Ranganathapuram about 3 Kms from Thirukattupalli in Tanjore District.
• Adishesha Perumal Temple Kanchipuram
26. Uttiratadhi or Uttara Bhadrapada or Uttara Bhadra or Uthrabhadra
• Sahasra Lakshmeeswarar Koil Theeyathur about 15 Kms from Avudayar Kovil in Pudukkottai District on Thirupunavasal route.
• Panchanatheswarar Temple Thiruvaiyaru
27. Revathi
• Kailasanathar Koil Karukudi about 2 Kms from Tattayangarpettai and 1.5 Kms from Mettuppalayam in Musiri Taluka of Trichy District.
• Pranavavyaghrapureeswarar Temple Omampuliyur, 32 Kms from Chidhambaram.