the nine celestial and planetary divinities according to Hindu religious
traditions are believed to play decisive role in an individual’s life journey.
The Kundali, a document prepared according to the positioning of these grahas
during the time of a person’s birth is treated as a life map, a prophecy on how
he or she is going to lead his life. Due to their impact, Nava grahas are
worshipped using specific mantras and rituals across India, in a bid to receive
only their positive energies and reduce the negative influence.
Surya is the
head of the Nava-grahas. Other members include- Chandra (moon), Mangala (Mars),
Buddha (Mercury), Brihaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu
(moon’s ascending node), and Ketu (moon’s descending node). We can see each of
this grahas standing on their individual pedestals, with their names are written on them. You can zoom in to see how these brass statues of Nava- grahas include
their attributes as well as their vahanas (mounts). Each of these deities has its own mantras and methods of worship. Keeping them in your space for
worship and treating them ritually will bring to you their blessings and good
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