Sunday, January 24, 2010

Manglik dosh bride to marry Sacred fig

If a Hindu bride has Manglik dosh (chevvai Dosham), the bride groom also should have it. Then the effect of one is cancelled by the other. This is a major problem in finding a suitable bride or bride groom. Several marriages are delayed in proper match finding process.

In Hindu tradition, if the broom doesn’t have the manglik dosh, in order to neutralize the influence of evil manglik dosh of the bride, she should marry a Sacred fig tree (Peepal / peepul / pippala / Arasa maram / Arayal) or a plantain tree (banana tree / vazhai maram / vaalai maram / waalai maram) before the broom ties the Mangal sutra. This is a cleansing ceremony. Alternatively, the bride marries a clay urn and breaks it soon after the nuptial ceremonies. This signifies that the bride has become a widow, and the manglik dosh (chevvai Dosham) problem has been solved.

2 comments:

Advocate P.R.Jayarajan said...

Seems to be a false ideology. Several marriages failed even after performing the so called wedding with trees.

Chevva dosham always creates problems, if one marries non-chevva spouse. Even it may result in untimely death of one spouse who does not have the said dosham.

kaal sarp dosh said...

In Indian culture especially in Hindu, Marriage is considered extremely pious and sacred union of two individual souls who start their journey of life together.