Narayan Nagbali Pitradosh Nivaran Consultation

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Narayan Nagbali Pitradosh Nivaran Consultation

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In order to ensure that the dead and departed attain peace or moksha, a Pitradosh Nivaran Pooja is performed. This pooja is performed for the ancestors, especially from the father's side.


The development of pitra dosh can bring various hardships and calamities not only to that person but onto the entire family. It is thus advisable that the fault is rectified as soon as possible by performing a pooja known as “Pitra Dosh Nivaran Pooja”. Our experts at Pundit Junction can analyze the Dosh in your horoscope, and help you with guidance and remedies.

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What is Pitradosh?

 When a family member departs a Shradha is performed by the immediate family to ensure that their soul is satiated and to get their blessings. However, if this ritual is not performed, the departed ancestors do not attain peace. Owing to this a flaw (dosh) develops in one’s Horoscope, known as “Pitra Dosh”.

Narayan Nagbali Pitra dosh Nivaran Pooj Details

The appearance of Pitradosh in one’s Kundali (Horoscope) at the time of one’s birth, it can also be found if there had been immense attachment between the dead and the person still alive. In either case a NagbaliPitdoshNivaranPooja is performed so that the two souls detach themselves from each other, as it could be harmful for both of them, and to attain moksha for the dead.

The appearance of Pitradosh in one’s horoscope can lead to problems such as discord among the family members, repeated quarrels for petty things, frustration in the house as well as your business. There would be lack of peace and accord in the house or business locations. One may even encounter negative vibes after entering these premises. It might bar the growth and overall development of individuals, despite of taking great efforts.

If any of the above problems are haunting you, a Pitra Dosh Nivaran Puja should be performed at the earliest at your place or alternately by learned purohits, the pooja can be performed at any river bank or any Shiv Temple. There are no suitable days to perform the pooja as it can be performed at any time of the year.

A Hawan is lit and Pindadan is done on the banks of a river. The pinda (ladoo) is made of rice flour and black sesame seeds. After the hawan, brahmanbhojan, ie., food to the Brahmins is served. It takes 3 days to perform the pooja with 5 pundits performing the ritual.