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Shani Japa


19,000 japas are performed to Shani Bhagwan followed by Dashamsha Gayatri. Vedic Mantra of Shani Bhagwan is recited. The duration of Pooja will be 15 days. Sankalpa will be taken in your name and star. Factors considered for sankalpa depends on the positioning of Shani in your horoscope along with the current Gochar as well as dasha. 


Anybody who seeks the Grace of planet Shani in their life can get it done. 


Normally if you / your near and dear ones are suffering from some of the problems mentioned below or if you are seeking solution in the following areas you may get this done - 


If your chart indicates that your Shani is debilitated, conjoined or aspected by malefic and natural cruel or enemy planets


If you are an Simha Lagna, Vrischika lagna, Mesha, Mithuna lagna, Kumbha lagna or meena lagna or ascendant 


To excel in your professional life, boost your career, to get favorable appraisals, promotions, transfers


For pursuing careers related to automobiles, technology, engineering, computing, mining, advisor or consultancy or any profession catering to old age, chemicals and metals  


For unexpected problems - robbery or theft 


To solve court cases or litigation problems


To build good contacts and clientele


Ward off laziness and procrastination 


To speed up the work process


At the time of Shani transit once in 2.5 years


During the transit period of 2.5 years - ashtama shani, ardha ashtama shani, 7.5 years - sade saathi  


To be blessed with good fortune


To increase your logic, reasoning and analyzing capabilities 


Ward off enmity


Avoid unnatural death


To tackle health problems related to ear problems, rheumatic pains, arthritis, fractures, paralysis, osteoporosis, sever depression, old age related diseases, sorrows


Enjoy benefits of Shani Dasha or reduce malefic effects of the shani - maha dasha or antar dasha 


Before you  wear a blue sapphire ring pendant be it for an astrological remedy or otherwise  



You will receive Theertha and Mantra Akshata as Prasadam. 

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