Life, Death, and Rebirth are inevitable. They are the phases of existence for all humans, animals, plants and all the living beings existing on this earth and beyond. We tend to live a life, and then die, shed this body like a snake shed its older skin to regain a newer one.
We are then blessed with a new body and life by the almighty. But, is death the end of our lives really? Is it the end of our all deeds, however, good or bad? The simple answer is ‘no’. We may die, but our deeds are not finished. They accompany us even through our rebirths.
Thus, if we had done some evil deeds in earlier births, we become liable to suffer evil aftereffects of these deeds in all our rebirths.
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Concept behind Kaal Sarp Dosha:
A dosha is an unfavorable condition in a person’s birth chart due to movement of some particular planet in an unfavorable house. The kalsarp dosha is one of the most horrific doshas.
Kaalsarpyog is formed when all seven planets are come between Rahu and Ketu. The word ‘kaal’ signifies time and ‘sarp’ is the serpent. Thus, kaalsarp dosha signifies a soul caught in the serpent of time due to misdeeds in previous births.
Defining Kaalsarp Dosha exactly, rahu must be ahead of the Ascendant and Ketu should be behind it. All the planets should occupy between them. No planet should be in conjunction with Rahu or Ketu and exactly half the birth chart should be devoid of any planet.
There are 12 types of KaalSarp dosha Yoga:
There is a special pooja to be done which can be done that may substantially reduce the negative effects of the KaalSarp Dosha.
Fasting on Saturdays, giving away food in charity and feeding sweet chapatis to a crow are some of the general ways to reduce the ill=effects of KaallSarp Dosha.
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