Online Budha Mercury Pooja
Online Budha Mercury Pooja is done for appeasing the Planet Mercury ( Budh). In Astrology Planet Mercury is associated with knowledge, intellect, and wisdom, so appeasing him will help the performer of the Pooja.
Those who are weak in studies are not able to concentrate properly, suffer from blood pressure or sugar problems, skin-related problems or any problems connected to the nervous system should worship Budh. This Pooja should also be performed by those who are running Mercury Dasha or Sub-period.
benefit of Budha Mercury Pooja
It is very beneficial for those having a malefic Mercury in the chart.
It is an effective remedy to enhance intelligence and wisdom.
It is a great way to help the students in their academics and competitive exams.
Mercury puja improves management and administration skills.
It is also advisable for those who belong to the field of communication.
People aspiring to government favors can get desired success.
Online Budha Mercury Pooja is generally started on Wednesday and it is completed on Wednesday. The day of the beginning of Mercury Pooja may sometimes be changed depending on the time which may be required by the Pandits to complete the chant of Mercury Veda mantra. Generally, the Pandits are able to complete such chant or Jaap of Mercury Veda Mantra in 7-8 days. Hence this Pooja is generally started on Wednesday and it is completed on the following Wednesday.
The most important step for performing any kind of Pooja to reduce the strength of any defect in a horoscope is to perform the chant of a mantra meant to reduce the strength of that defect and this chant amounts to 125,000 mantras in most cases. Mercury Pooja is generally conducted by chanting 125,000 Mercury Veda Mantras.
Online Budha Mercury Pooja generally includes a chant of 125,000 Mercury Veda mantras and the rest of the procedure is built around this chant. To start with Mercury Pooja, a specific day is chosen for the beginning and completion of this Pooja and both these days may be Wednesdays in this case.
On the day of the beginning of this Pooja, a Sankalp or resolution is taken by the Pandits who are generally 5 in number. Through this Sankalp, the head Pandit takes an oath before Lord Shiva that he and his assistant Pandits are going to perform a chant of 125,000 Mercury Veda mantras for a specific native and his name, his father’s name, and his family surname are also mentioned in Sankalp.
The names of the Pandits doing this chant are also mentioned, and the days taken to complete this chant are also mentioned, which are generally 7 to 8 days for this Pooja. The specific wishes sought by the native as a result of this Pooja are also mentioned. This is the first step that starts Mercury Pooja.