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Answers to FAQ's on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles Part 53

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Answers to FAQ's on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles Part 53
FAQ's are nothing but Frequently Asked Questions. Guruji Shri Narendra Babu Sharmaji give answers to various questions which are asked by the callers in the programme. Guruji have started a new section known as Samskara in which Guruji give us the knowledge on general topics and Hindu Sanathana Dharma, which i have put in FAQ Format. Guruji have started Shivam Vasthu to give us the knowledge on Vasthu Shastra. Many People have lot of doubts on Hindu Sanathana Dharma, which i have put in FAQ Format.
Please do ask a priest or elders, if you have any doubts in below, who knows very well about our customs and practices and clarify the same.

  • Navagraha Layout Position:

    Answers to FAQ's on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles Part 53
    As per Hindu customs, the Navagraha are typically placed in a single square with the Sun (Surya) in the center and the other deities surrounding Surya; no two of them are made to face each other. In South India, their images are generally found in all important Saiva temples. They are invariably placed in a separate hall, on a pedestal of about three feet in height, usually to the north-east of the sanctum sanctorum.

    There are 2 kinds of installation of the planets when arranged in this fashion, known as Agama Pradishta and Vaidika Pradishta.

    In Agama Pradishta, Surya occupies the central place, Chandra on Surya’s east, Budha on his south, Brihaspati on his west, Shukra on his north, Mangala on his south-east, Shani on his south-west, Rahu on north-west and Ketu in the north-east. Temples such as Suryanar temple, Tiruvidadaimarudur, Tiruvaiyaru and Tirucchirappalli follow this system.

    In Vaidika Pradishta, Surya is still in the centre, but Shukra is in the east, Mangala in the south, Shani in the west, Brihaspati in the north, Chandra in the south-east, Rahu in the south-west, Ketu in the north-west and Budha in the north-east.

    Surya (Sun): Wheat for daan, Red colour, center facing East

    Chandra (Moon): Rice for daan, White colour, South east facing as Sun

    Guru (Jupiter): Indian Yellow Split Peas(Kabuli chana), Yellow color, Facing North

    Budh (Mercury): Green Gram, Green Color, facing North East

    Shukra (Venus): Soya Gram, white color, facing East

    Mangal (Mars): Bengal Gram, Red color, facing South

    Shani (Saturn): Mustard Seeds, blue color, facing West

    Rahu (North Node): Black gram, Black color, facing South West

    Ketu (South Node): Horse gram, Multi color, facing North West
  • Keeping Yantras :

    Answers to FAQ's on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles Part 53
    Dont keep any yantras given by others at home or dont purchase yantras to keep at home.
  • Ambegal Krishna (Crawling baby Krishna) :

    Answers to FAQ's on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles Part 53
    Keep an idol of Ambegal Krishna in Pooja Room.
    Donate an small idol of Ambegal Krishna made of Panchaloha or Silver to anyone.
  • Oralu kallu (grinding machine made of stone known as Mortar and Pestle) :

    Answers to FAQ's on Sanatana Dharma / Hindu Principles Part 53
    Dont submerge the Oralu Kallu below ground in Kitchens or while placing it anywhere else. It should be placed in Nairutya (South-West) corner of Kitchen.

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