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Want Freedom From Kaal Sarp Yog? Visit THIS Temple Where You Can Pray To Shiva Only Once A Year

Discover Naglok, the gateway to a mystical realm hidden within the divine city of Shiva. Learn how we can deal with Kaal Sarp Yog here.

Edited By : Mayank Kasyap | Updated: Sep 15, 2023 16:48 IST
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Screengrab of the video showing the path to Naglok. (Photo Credit: Instagram/banarastheoldestcity)
Screengrab of the video showing the path to Naglok. (Photo Credit: Instagram/banarastheoldestcity)

Varanasi: Amidst the divine city of Shiva lies the gateway to Naglok, a realm shrouded in mystique and wonder. This mystical journey commences from the sacred precincts of the Karkot Nageshwar Mahadev Temple. At the heart of this temple, concealed within Nagkund, a hidden passage unfolds, beckoning the curious and devout alike.

Naglok: A mysterious realm

Naglok, the fabled abode of serpentine deities, awaits those who venture through this clandestine path. The legends speak of its enigmatic allure, and it is believed that the journey to Naglok begins here, within the temple’s sacred confines.

Ancient Shivalinga immersed in water

Steeped in antiquity, Nagkund cradles an ancient Shivalinga, perpetually submerged beneath its crystal waters throughout the year. As the auspicious occasion of Nag Panchami approaches, a profound transformation takes place. The temple custodians draw water from the pond and adorn the Shivalinga in a resplendent ceremony.

According to fervent devotees, this hallowed site remains a dwelling place for serpents to this day. Revered religious texts allude to the Nagkund’s significance, tracing its origins to the penance of the venerable Maharishi Patanjali.

The sacred pond of Nagkund

Within the expanse of our nation, only three ponds hold the key to liberation from the clutches of Kalsarp Yoga. The principal among them is the revered Nagkund nestled in Jaitpura. This very pond is said to be the product of Maharishi Patanjali’s unwavering penance. Within its depths lies the sacred Shivalinga, consecrated by the sage himself.

As Nag Panchami approaches, a meticulous ritual unfolds. The waters are drawn and cleansed, and the Shivalinga receives its due reverence. Once the ceremony concludes, Nagkund is replenished with water, preserving its sanctity.

Only by visiting Nagkund one gets freedom from Kalsarpa Yoga.

For seekers of spiritual solace and those yearning to unlock the mysteries of Naglok, Nagkund stands as an essential pilgrimage. The sacred waters and ancient rituals provide solace to souls burdened by the shackles of Kalsarp Yoga. As the Shivalinga emerges from its watery abode during Nag Panchami, it is a reminder that within this mystical journey lies the promise of liberation and spiritual awakening.

 

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What is Kaal Sarp Yog?

Kaal Sarp Yog is akin to a dosha, also known in one’s birth horoscope, as per astrological beliefs. This celestial occurrence is frequently attributed to an individual’s past actions or karma. It may manifest when a person has caused harm to a living being, particularly a snake, either in their current life or a previous incarnation. Additionally, this yog, distinct from physical yoga asanas, might occur when ancestral spirits are displeased. Read further to gain insight into what Kaal Sarp Yog entails and how one can seek absolution for potential transgressions from the serpent deities on Nag Panchami.

Understanding Kaal Sarp Yog

In astrology, Kaal Sarp Yog is identified when all the planets, also known as “Griha,” find themselves positioned between the celestial nodes, Rahu and Ketu, within an individual’s natal chart. This celestial configuration encompasses twelve distinct varieties of this yoga, including Ananta, Kulika, Vasuki, Shankhapala, Padma, Mahapadma, Takshaka, Karkotaka, Shankhachur, Ghatak, Vishdhar, and Shesh Naag. When Kaal Sarp Yog is present in a person’s Kundali (birth chart), they often experience recurring dreams involving snakes. These dreams may feature scenarios where they are bitten by these reptiles or feel as though they are being strangled by an unseen force. Additionally, individuals with this yog may frequently encounter dreams featuring deceased relatives or scenes involving corpses.

To alleviate the effects of Kaal Sarp Yog and seek redemption for potential past actions, individuals often turn to rituals and prayers dedicated to the serpent deities. Nag Panchami, a significant festival, offers an auspicious occasion for devotees to beseech the snake Gods for forgiveness and blessings.

 

First published on: Sep 15, 2023 04:48 PM IST

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