Kalsarp Dosha is a negative concept in Vedic astrology, which is believed to have adverse effects on a person's life. According to this belief, Kalsarp Dosha occurs when all seven planets in a person's Kundali (birth chart) are placed between the shadow planets Rahu and Ketu.
The beliefs associated with Kalsarp Dosha suggest that it can lead to various problems in a person's life, including financial difficulties, health issues, family conflicts, and hindrances in education and career.
To counteract the effects of Kalsarp Dosha, several remedies are suggested.
1. One of the most common and effective remedies is to perform puja (worship) and chant mantras.
The type of puja and the mantras to be chanted may vary depending on the person's Kundali and the type of Kalsarp Dosha they have.
2. Some people believe that doing charity work, such as donating to a temple or charity, feeding the poor, or performing other acts of kindness, can help mitigate the effects of Kalsarp Dosha.
3. Visiting sacred places such as temples or pilgrimage sites is also believed to help alleviate the effects of Kalsarp Dosha.
4. Visiting the auspicious JYOTIRLINGA can have a positive effect on Kalsarp Dosha. However, the specific places recommended may vary based on the person's Kundali and the type of Kalsarp Dosha they have.
5. Additionally, there are several rituals suggested to mitigate the effects of Kalsarp Dosha, such as Nagbali and Kaal Sarp Dosh Nivaran Puja. These rituals are typically performed by a priest or astrologer.