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for Navagraha (Nine Planets). Nava graha Bheeja or Bheej mantras
It is always better to
perform these Bheeja Mantra by yourself.
Bheej Mantra for Surya.
"Om hram hreem hroum sah suryaya namah",
Need to do 6000 times in 40 days. (150 times a day)
Surya (Devanagari: सूर्य, sūrya) is the chief of Navagrahas.His
chariot is pulled by seven horses. Invoking Gayatri Mantra or
Adityahridayam, recited by the great sage Agastya to Rama on the warfield
before the fight with Ravana.are known to please the Surya.
Surya represents soul, will-power, fame, the eyes, general vitality,
courage, kingship, father, highly placed persons and authority. He is
exalted in the sign Mesha(Aries) and is in decline in the sign Tula
(Libra). The strongest placement for Surya is directly overhead in the
10th house, and on the angles (the 1st, 4th and 7th houses). Surya is lord
of three nakshatras viz. Karthigai (Krittika), Uthram or Uthra (Uttara
Phalguni) and Uthradam (Uttara Ashadha.)
Suvarna & Chaaya
The 12 mantras for surya namaskara:
1. ॐ मित्राय नमः aum mitrāya namah
2. ॐ रवये नमः aum ravayé namah
3. ॐ सूर्याय नमः aum sūryāya namah
4. ॐ भानवे नमः aum bhānavé namah
5. ॐ खगय नमः aum khagāya namah
6. ॐ पुष्णे नमः aum pushné namah
7. ॐ हिरण्यगर्भाय नमः aum hiranyagarbhāya namah
8. ॐ मारिचाये नमः aum mārichāyé namah
9. ॐ आदित्याय नमः aum ādityāya namah
10. ॐ सावित्रे नमः aum sāvitré namah
11. ॐ अर्काय नमः aum ārkāya namah
12. ॐ भास्कराय नमः aum bhāskarāya namah
आ कृष्णेन् रजसा वर्तमानो निवेशयन्न अमृतं मर्त्यं च ।
Need to do 10000 times in 40 days. (250 times a day)
Chandra (Devanagari: चंद्र ) is a lunar deity known as Soma and Monday
(somavar) belongs to chandra. He is the god of fertility. He is also
called Nishadipati (Nisha=night; Adipathi=Lord) and Kshuparaka (one who
illuminates the night).
Chandra represents brain and mind, emotions, sensitivity, softness,
imagination, queen and mother. Chandra rules over the sign Karka (Cancer),
while he is exalted in Vrishabha (Taurus) and in his fall in Vrishchika (Scorpio).Chandra
is lord of 3 nakshatras viz. Rohini, Hasta and Shravana.
Moola or Bheeja Mantra for Mangala or Chevvai
" Om kram kreem kroum sah bhaumaya namah"
Need to do 7000 times in 40 days (175 times a day)
Mangala (Devanagari: मंगल) is the god of Mars, the red planet. Mars is
also called Angaraka ('one who is red in colour') or Bhauma
('son of Bhumi') in Sanskrit or Chevvai (in Tamil) . He presides over
Tuesday or Mangalwar
He rules over the signs Mesha (Aries) and Vrishchika (Scorpio), is
exalted in Makara (Capricorn) and has his fall in Karka (Cancer). The
planets Sun, Moon and Jupiter are all considered friendly to him, while he
is hostile to Mercury. Venus and Saturn are neutral. Mangala represents
drive and physical energy, self-confidence and ego, strength, anger,
impulsiveness, heroism and adventurous nature. Mangal rules over blood,
muscles and bone marrow. He is also associated with battle and war.
Mangala is the lord of three nakshatras Viz. Mrigashīrsha, Chitra
and Shravishtha (Dhanista or Avittam) .He is the god of war. He is the
owner of the Mesha (Aries) and Vrischika (Scorpio) and a teacher of
the occult sciences. .
Moola or Bheeja Mantra for Budha or Budh
"Om bram breem broum sah budhaya namah"
Need to do 17000 times in 40 days (425 times a day)
Budha (mercury) presides over 'Budh-war' or Wednesday or Budhan. He is
also the god of merchandise and protector of merchants. Budha is
considered a benefic, unless he is joined with another malefic planet, in
which case he becomes malefic also. Mercury rules over Mithuna (Gemini)
and Kanya (Virgo), is exalted in Kanya and in his fall in Meena (Pisces).
Budha is friendly with the Sun and Venus, hostile to the Moon and neutral
towards the other planets. Budha represents intelligence, intellect,
communication, analysis, the senses (especially the skin), science,
mathematics, business, education and research. The written word and
journeys of all types fall within his domain. Budha is lord of three
nakshatras or lunar mansions: Ashlesha (Ayilyam), Jyeshtha (Kettai), and
Moola or Bheeja Mantra for Brihaspati, Guru
"Om jhram jhreem jroum sah gurave namah"
Need to do 16000 times in 40 days (400 times a day)
Brihaspati(Devanagari: बृहस्पति ) is the Guru of Devas, personification
of piety and religion, the chief offerer of prayers and sacrifices,
represented as the Purohita of the gods with whom he intercedes for men.
He is the Lord of planet Jupiter. He presides over 'Guru-war' ,Brhaspati
war or Thursday. Brihaspati is the son of Rishi Angirasa (according to the
Rig Veda 4.40.1). Devaguru. Bṛhaspati is considered to be the greatest
benefic of any of the planets. Guru rules over the signs Dhanu
(Sagittarius) and Meena (Pisces), he is exalted in Karka (Cancer) and in
his fall in Makara (Capricorn). The Sun, Moon and Mars are considered
friendly to Brihaspati, Mercury is hostile and Saturn is neutral. He is
the god of vastness, growth and expansion in a person's horoscope
and life. Brihaspati also represents the balance of past karma, religion,
philosophy, knowledge and issues relating to offspring. He is concerned
with education, teaching and the dispensation of knowledge. Humans with
Jupiter dominating in their horoscope could grow fat as life progresses
and their empire and prosperity increases; and diabetes is an ailment
directly related to Jupiter. According to traditional Hindu astrology,
worship or propitiation of Brihaspati or Guru (Jupiter) results in cure
from ailments affecting the stomach and helps ward off sins. Brihaspati is
lord of three Nakshatras or lunar mansions: Punarvasu (Punarpoosam),
Vishakha and Purva Bhadrapada (Pooratadhi).
Moola or Bheeja Mantra for Sukra, Sukran, Venus
"Om dram dreem droum sah shukraya namah"
Need to do 20000 times in 40 days (500 times a day)
Shukra is Venus is known as Pure, Bright, Clean and clear. He presides
Friday, Sukra-war. The period of Sukra is the most beneficial and
profitable. Shukra (Venus) is considered a benefic and rules over the
signs Vrishabha (Taurus) and Tula (Libra). It is exalted in Meena
(Pisces), and in its fall in Kanya (Virgo). The planets Mercury and Saturn
are considered friendly to Shukra, the Sun and Moon are hostile and
Jupiter and the rest are considered neutral. In astrology Shukra
represents love, marriage, comfort, luxury, prosperity, happiness,
harmony, romance and sexuality, artistic talents, the quality of the body
and material life, wealth, the opposite sex, pleasure and reproduction,
feminine qualities and the fine arts, such as music, dance, painting and
sculpture. Those with Shukra strong in their charts are likely to
appreciate nature and enjoy harmonious relationship. However, an excessive
influence can cause them to indulge too much in the pleasures of life
without accomplishing much of real worth. Shukra is the lord of three
nakshatras: Bharani, Purva Phalguni (pooram) and Purvashadha (Pooradam).
Venus can cause eye diseases, venereal complaints, indigestion, pimples,
impotency, loss of appetite and rashes on the skin.
In Vedic astrology, there is a dasha or planetary period known as
Shukra Dasha which remains active in a person's horoscope for 20
years, this is the longest dasha among all planets. This dasha is believed
to give more wealth, fortune and luxury to a person's life if they have
Shukra positioned well in their horoscope. In addition Shukra is an
important benefic planet in the horoscope. Shukra is associated with a
month in the Hindu calendar called JyeshTha ( May-June, personified as the
guardian of Kubera's treasure).
Sukirthi & Urjaswathi
Moola or Bheej mantra for Sani or Shani or Saturn
"Om pram preem proum sah shanaischaraya namah"
Need to do 19000 times in 40 days (475 times a day)
The origin of word Shani(शनि) comes from the following:
Shanaye Kramati Sa: (शनये क्रमति सः) i.e. the one who moves slowly.
Saturn takes about 30 years to revolve around the Sun, thus it moves
slowly compared to other planets, thus the Sanskrit name शनि. Shani is
actually a demi-god and is a son of Surya (the Hindu Sun God) and his wife
Chhaya. It is said that when he opened his eyes as a baby for the very
first time, the sun went into an eclipse, which clearly denotes the impact
of Shani on astrological charts (horoscope). Shani is the god of Shani-war
The worship of Lord Hanuman is a panacea for the harsh effects of the 'unfavourable'
presence of Lord Shani. In the Ramayana, Lord Hanuman is said to have
rescued Shani from the clutches of Ravana and in gratitude, Shani promised
Hanuman that anyone who prayed to Him (Hanuman), especially on Saturdays,
would be rescued from the "malefic" effects of Saturn, or at the very
least, the effects would be softened.
Another version of the encounter between Lord Hanuman and Shani
Bhagavan is that once Shani climbed on to Hanuman's shoulder, implying
that Shani's influence was beginning on Lord Hanuman. At this, Hanuman
assumed a large size, and Shani was caught painfully between Hanuman's
shoulders and the ceiling of the room they were in. As the pain was
unbearable, Lord Shani requested Lord Hanuman to release him, promising in
return, that if a person prayed to Lord Hanuman, he (Shani) would moderate
or eliminate the malefic effects of his influence on that person;
following this, Lord Hanuman released Shani.
hand, denotes troubles in all of the above. Shani is much feared by
those Hindus who believe in astrology, as the "malefic" effects of his
being unfavourably placed can be quite severe. However, it is to be
remembered that any pleasure or pain that befalls a person during Shani's
influence is not arbitrary; rather, it is the result of the person's own
karma, now being manifested in the "presence" of Shani. Thus an "unfavourably
placed" Shani brings about the harsh results of one's bad karma, and vice-versa.The
diseases which Lord Shani gives are decay,constriction,poor blood
supply,atrophy,etc. and at mental level narrow mind,low thinking.These
diseases need to be cured by Lord Shani rules and regulations only. Shani
rules over masses. Without the planet's blessings in one's horoscope, a
mass following is difficult to come by. Lord Shaniswara is also known as
Needhiman(Judge). He only troubles the person during his dasa for the
wrong doings. Even in Shani Dosha, if a person is Righteous & Devoted he
is sure to come out of this period without any ill effects
Shani rules the signs Makara (Capricorn) and Kumbha (Aquarius), is
exalted in Tula (Libra) and is debilitated in Mesha (Aries). Mercury,
Venus, Rahu, Ketu are considered friendly towards Shani or Saturn, while
the Sun, Moon and Mars are enemies. Guru or Jupiter maintains neutral
relations with Shani. Shani is the lord of three nakshatras or lunar
mansions: Pushya (poosam), Anuradha (Anusham) and Uttara Bhadrapada (Uthiratadhi).
Moola or Bheej mantra for Rahu
"Om bhram bhreem bhroum sah rahave namah"
North Lunar Node
Need to do 18000 times in 40 days (450 times a day)
Rahu is associated with the world of material manifestation and worldly
desire, as well as random, uncontrolled growth without wisdom or
Rahu can be considered to be the expert among the planets when it comes
to scheming and plotting. It is the master of manipulation.
Lal Kitab makes an interesting point that if Jupiter and Venus are
conjunct in a chart, they can together be treated as Rahu. This relates to
the fact that Rahu acts as a bridge between Jupiter who is the preceptor
of the Gods, and Venus, who is the preceptor of the Demons.
Rahu governs all sorts of poisonous chemicals like fertilizers,
pesticides, and disinfectants that are in use in the present times. It
also governs all the substances with a strong pungent smell like the
sulphur-dioxide gas. In other words Rahu has a role to play whenever a
poisonous substance is involved.
There is no equal to Rahu when it comes to giving Upliftment in Name
and Fame , Sudden Luck Gambling, which is probably the reason why Western
astrologers regard it as the greatest benefic force.
Rahu is friends with Saturn, Mercury and Venus. It is neutral towards
Mars, Jupiter. It is the enemy of Sun and Moon. It is important to note
that Rahu is more inimical to Sun as compared to Moon.
Hanuman, in his childhood, famously flew towards the sun, as it
appeared to be a big fruit. The day was solar eclipse day, when Rahu was
to swallow up the sun. Rahu arrived and saw Hanuman trying to swallow the
sun; little Hanuman, seeing Rahu, was attracted to the curiosity of the
disembodied head, and caught Rahu.
On another occasion, during the Ramayana war, Ravana imprisoned
Navagrahas. Hanuman arrived and released Navagraha. Navagraha then blessed
Hanuman, stating that "people devoted to you are blessed by us too".
Individually all graha blessed Hanuman. Thus Rahu's negative influence
will be subdued when one worships Lord Hanuman
Rahu is lord of three nakshatras or lunar mansions: Ardra (Tthiruvadhirai),
Swathi (Svati) and Shatabhisha (Sadhaya)
Moola or Bheej mantra for Ketu
"Om shram shreem shroum sah ketave namah"
South Lunar Node
Need to do 7000 times in 40 days (175 times a day)
Ketu is generally referred to as a "shadow" planet. He is considered as
Tail of the Demon Snake. It is believed to have a tremendous impact on
human lives and also the whole creation. Astronomically, Ketu and Rahu
denote the points of intersection of the paths of the Sun and the Moon as
they move on the celestial sphere. Therefore, Rahu and Ketu are
respectively called the north and the south lunar nodes. The fact that
eclipses occur when Sun and Moon are at one of these points gives rise to
the story of the swallowing of the Sun and the Moon.
Ketu represents karmic collections both good and bad, spirituality and
supernatural influences. Ketu is associated with the Meena Avatar (Fish
Incarnation) of Vishnu. Ketu signifies the spiritual process of the
refinement of materialization to spirit and is considered both malefic and
benefic, as it causes sorrow and loss, and yet at the same time turns the
individual to God. In other words, it causes material loss in order to
force a more spiritual outlook in the person. Ketu is a karaka or
indicator of intelligence, wisdom, non-attachment, fantasy, penetrating
insight, derangement, and psychic abilities. Ketu is believed to bring
prosperity to the devotee's family, removes the effects of snakebite and
illness arising out of poisons. He grants good health, wealth and cattle
to his devotees. Ketu is the lord of three nakshatras: Ashvini (Ashwini or
Ashwathi), Magha (Maham) and Mula (Moola)
The people who come under the influence of Ketu can achieve great
heights, most of them spiritual.
We have given the above bheeja mantras to help you knew it and perform
It is wrong to do perform Bheeja mantra for 1 or 2 grahas as the power
of the Grahas (Planets) varies according to the placements of other Grahas.
It is always better to do the japa for all the planets
systematically. As you need to complete in 40 days, better you follow the
Start from Wednesday and finish it on Sunday (40th Day)
Wednesday (Day 1,8,15,22,29,36) : To Budha - 2835 times
Thursday (Day 2,9,16,23,30,37) : To Guru - 2670 times; To Ketu - 1170
Friday (Day 3,10,17,24,31,38) : To Sukra - 3335 times
Saturday (Day 4,11,18,25,32,39) : To Shani - 3170 times; To Rahu - 3000
Sunday (Day 5,12,19,26,33,40) : To Soorya - 1000 times (and complete
Monday (Day 6,13,20,27,34) : To Chandra - 1670 times
Tuesday (Day 7,14,21,28,35) : To Kuja (chevvai) - 1170 times