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Remedies Ketu Mahadasha

Ketu Mahadasha is considered a very bad phase in a person’s horoscope and it is a period of seven years. The person suffers from various types of problems during the period. Ketu is one among the Navagrahas. Here are some important solutions and remedies to Ketu Mahadasha: Offer prayers to Nagas (serpents) on Sundays and on Ayilyam or Ashlesha Nakshatra day. Offer milk and scent in Naga temples. Eat one meal in a day in the itchen. Donate black til (sesame) to temples or distribute sweets or other food items made of black sesame. Feed dogs, especially black color dogs. Food donation or annadanam is considered highly beneficial. Offer water to peepal tree. Planting trees and protecting them helps in overcoming all Ketu Navagraha related problems. Do not eat non-vegetarian food and drink alcohol on Saturday. Worship Shiva daily in the morning and evening. Chant ‘om namah shivaya’ 21 times daily.

Biranchi Narayan Temple At Buguda In Odisha

Biranchi Narayan Temple at Buguda in Odisha is dedicated to Bhagavan, the sun god in Hinduism. The shrine is located around 30 km from Aska and around 70 km from Berhampur. Biranchi Narayan Temple at Buguda is made out of wood and is sometimes referred as the Wooden Konark. A historical report states that the murti in the temple was found by a cattle herder, who accidentally struck his foot against the murti, which was buried, underground. People of the area unearthed the life-size image and installed it at the Buguda temple in the 18th century. There is a belief that the murti is the lost murti of Konark’s Sun Temple. Apart from the five-foot main murti, the temple has two small replicas of the main murti made from copper and wood. The main murti of Biranchi Narayan is in standing posture with a crown and a scabbard. The murti is dressed elaborately and holds lotuses. Built around 200 years ago, the temple is in the shape of a chariot driven by seven horses. The temple r