AUM SRI SAI RAM
SHANI PEYARCHI – TRANSIT OF SATURN 2020
In December, Shanidev will transit and be conjunct Jupiter, giving Brahmahathi dosham, which will bring troubles to the world. Puttaparthi Agastya Astrologer Sai Bharathi will perform one puja at Thirunaraiyur Saneeswaran Temple on 30 December 2020. All interested persons are invited to join. Puja and Prayers will also be done for loka sevanam, Peace for the World.
Thirunaraiyur Saneeswaran Temple
The temple is one of the oldest shrines and constructed in South Indian Dravidian architecture. The sanctum sanctorum has Lord Shiva as Ramanathaswami, installed facing the east side. There is a separate shrine for Goddess Parvathavardhini, Lord Ganesha, and Lord Muruga along with his consorts, Valli and Devasena. The temple tank is located inside the temple campus, and all the water required for Poojas is being used from here. The temple campus has huge halls and corridors, which are supported by pillars. The pillars also have intricate carvings and images. The other important shrines that are highly significant are Gajalakshmi, Hanumantha Lingam, Annamalaiyar, Brahma, Durga Devi and Chandikeswarar.
Shani Peyarchi Puja at the Thirunaraiyur Saneeswaran Temple: This puja will be carried out on 30 December 2020 (Wednesday).
The Saturn/Shani Puja will be held on 30 December 2020, at Thirunaraiyur Saneeswaran Temple, Thiruvarur-Kumbakonam Road, Thirunariyur, Natchiarkoil, Tamil Nadu.
The puja will run from 8AM to 4PM, with 30 priests, 19,000 thousand japam, along with homam and abhishekham. Prayer and Puja will be offered for the Saturn Transit and for world peace.
According to history, the great King Nala was relieved from the trouble of Lord Saneeswaran (Saturn) after worshipping the Lord consecrated in this temple. It is believed that by bathing in Nala theertham here will wash off all kinds of misfortunes and miseries caused by one’s past karmas. Whenever (planet) Saturn transits from one zodiac sign to another once in every 2.5 years, millions throng this shrine to offer prayers. Believed to have been built in the 7th century, the temple also has small shrines dedicated to other gods including Lord Ganesha.
Marakata Linga (Emerald Linga) is located inside Dharbaranyeswara Temple in an iron safe placed on the left side of Thyagaraja. According to legend, a Chola King named Muchukunta Chola helped Indra. For his devotional help, Indra presented the Marakata Linga along with six idols. The king installed the idols and Marakata Linga at different places in his kingdom that is called as Saptha Vidanga.
Thirunallar is the second of the seven Saptha Vidanga Sthalas. The Marakata (Emerald) Linga is known as Nagavidanga. This linga is unique and is only one of its kinds in the world. Hence it attracts the pilgrims regularly. Abhishekam is performed for the linga every day at 6.30 AM and 5.30 PM. It is always very crowded during abhishekam timings. The full moon night in the month of Purattasi (September-October) witnesses several special pujas to the Marakata Linga.
Who should participate?
The following Moon Signs will be favourable for this Saturn Transit / Shani Peyarchi:
The following Moon signs will experience an unfavourable Saturn Transit / Shani Peyarchi:
To Join the Puja
Step 1: Send Email stating your wish to participate in Guru Peyarchi with Archana (prayers), Abhishekam (pouring of libations amidst chanting of mantras), Homam (ritual offerings to fire), Sankalpam (sacred resolutions and intentions), and Puja (offerings). YOU MUST WRITE YOUR NAME AND MOON SIGN. For Saturn Transit at the Thirunaraiyur Saneeswaran Temple, give same.
Step 2: Make Payment via Paypal using the link below: (note, Payment is made to Sai Bliss Centre)
Thanks and Best Regards,