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Plan Your Tour With Sumeru Holidays And Know The Power of Navagraha Yatra

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The Navagraha (Nine Planets) have an impact on us. Just as they have an impact on water, they impact us as well because our bodies have 70% of the water element. The mind, water, and planets are all intimately connected. The macro and micro cosmos are connected.” – Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Ji

Navagraha are the nine divine houses, which are known to affect and influence an individual’s fortunes and karma.

Individuals are said to have bad fate in their astrological forecast, which can be put to end through a visit to these pilgrimage sites of Navagraha Yatra. A magnificent and soul-improving journey to these locales of Navagraha is said to wipe out all the different sorts of ill fates that a person might have. Going for this Navagraha Yatra is much the same as all-around protection and solution for humans. It is an amazing opportunity to visit these beautiful and antiquated temples and find out about their effect on human lives.

Meditating and performing puja in these Navagraha temples will diminish or invalidate the evil effects of the nine planets alongside improving the results that these Celestial creatures have on us.

Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Ji rightly said, “The movement of different planets in the zodiac has an impact on the mind. It is fascinating to know how every 2.5 days the Moon moves from one constellation to another, and that affects the mind and the mood.”

Sumeru Holidays Navgraha Tour
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Similarly, it is interesting to know how Saturn brings certain influences in the system. It takes 2.5 years to move from one constellation to the other and it takes 30 years to make one cycle. The Sun moves every month and how it impacts us is interesting. 

Mars moves every few days, Mercury, Venus – all these planets move. The slowest is Saturn, which takes 2.5 years to make one move; the Moon is the fastest, it moves every 2.5 days. Thus, it is the movement of the planets and not the planets themselves that influence the mind. It is the quality of time that makes the mind become happy or crazy; angry and upset or pleasant and compassionate. Time has an impact on the mind and knowledge about the planets is called Jyotish.

How can we reduce the effect of time on the mind?

By chanting Om Namah Shivaya mantra; it nullifies almost 99% of the negative impact of the planets. 1% of the effect might still be there, but 90% to 99% can be eliminated.

The effect of time can be nullified by chanting, meditation, yoga, and pranayama.

The Movements of the Navagrahas

At the point when the planets move starting with one direction then onto the next, it brings about changes in specific individuals’ success and fortune. By adoring and worshipping the planets we get tremendous advantages. Nava suggests nine and graha infers planet. There are nine temples situated in Tamil Nadu representing each planet in the Navagraha. Every one of these nine temples are arranged inside a 65 km span around a paradise resort in Kumbakonam. Visiting the temples and performing offerings is believed to alleviate the hindering impacts brought about by the Grahas.

Many people do encounter a mix of distresses and bliss and ups and downs. If they know the planetary circumstances at the hour of initiating a vocation or venture, with its help, they will have the option to find how it will take shape or how they would toll in it.

The Physical Form of Navagrahas

The architectural use of the Navagrahas is according to the medieval convention, a kind of prophylactic measure for the security of the temple and can be seen almost in every temple in Odisha.

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In cutting out the pictures, their characteristics are not precisely dealt with. They are made by and large in from, except for a couple in the group. They are represented in the following manner:  

Surya (Sun)

He remains on a vehicle of seven horses and holds lotuses in both hands.
Surya (Sun) - Navagraha Yatra
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Chadra (Moon)

He rides on a swan and holds discs of the moon in both his hands.
Chadra (Moon) - Navagraha Yatra
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Mangala (Mars)

Being the warlord, Mars holds a kattara in his right hand and in the left, a few human heads while riding a goat. 
Mangala (Mars) -Navagraha Yatra
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Budha (Mercury)

He is told to hold a bow and an arrow in his hands and sits on a lotus.
Budha (Mercury) - Navagraha Yatra
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Vrihaspati (Jupiter)

He rides either on a skull or on a frog. He is the esteemed minister of the Devatas and holds a flowing bread, rosary, and kamandalu in his hands.
Vrihaspati (Jupiter) - - Navagraha Yatra
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Sukra (Venus)

He is said to be the minister of the Ashuras. He accepts the visual impairment of one eye. 
Sukra (Venus) - Navagraha Yatra
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Sani (Saturn)

Holds a bar in his one hand and sits on a tortoise than on a lotus.
Sani (Saturn) - Navagraha Yatra
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Rahu (Ascending Node)

He is said to just have the upper portion of the body. He is said to hold the Sun and the Moon in his hands. 
Rahu (Ascending Node) - Navagraha Yatra
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Ketu (Descending Node)

He is to hold the noose of the snake in one hand and with the other, a sword.
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Set out on this spiritual Navagraha Yatra in India, which is the spiritual soul of the world, and let Sumeru Holidays, which falls under The Art of Living umbrella assist you with arranging your journey, making you ready to just focus on god and your commitment towards him!

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