Showing posts with label Temple to remove Kalathira Dosham. Show all posts
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Monday, 27 January 2014


How to safeguard your marriage life?

The word "Kalathiram" denotes the life partner. Hence the phrase "Kalathira Dosham" actually indicates the troubles lies ahead in the marital relationship between the Couples. Given below are the remedies to avoid facing any marital discard between the Couples.

1. The following are the rituals to be performed by the Boy or the Girl who has Kalathira Dosham in their horoscope. This ritual must be done before the actual Marriage itself.

2. The person who has identified with the Kalathira Dosham must be performed a marriage ceremony with Banana Stone.

3. A temple has been dedicated to eradicate the "Kalathira Dosham" is loacted near Trichy (Central Tamilnadu)

4. Lord Sri Gilivaneshwarar Temple located in a small village called Thirupaichungili. The small village is located 24 kms away from Trichy and 4 kms away from an important small township called Mannachanallur (which is an important market for Rice). The village is located on the North Western side of the Trichy town.

5. The Kalathira Dosham Pariharam is also called as Thirumana Dosha Pariharam.

6. The Best day for conducting this Pariharam is either on Friday or Sunday. The Best time for conducting this Pariharam is between 9 am to 12 Noon.

7. The Temple authorities have fixed Rs.500/- as the fees for conducting this rituals. The amount can be paid across the counter and everyone will be guided by the guides who are specifically instructed to do this job. (The information is updated in July 2016)

8. The temple authorities conduct the marriage rituals in the Kathali Vanam (a specifc place inside the temple with many banana trees). You will be guided and assisted by the Purohits for completing the rituals.

9. After completing this rituals, you will be guided to worship the Lord Shiva and Parvathi Amman.

10. You may have to pay a small amount both to the Purohits (who conducted the marriage) and the guide, who has taken you around the temple.

11. You can also donate some amount to participate in the "Anna Dhanam" (Feeding the Needy). The temple authorities provide free food to poor people on daily basis.

Importance of Doing the Kalathira Dosha Pariharam in the Lord Gilivanaeshwarar temple:

Once Lord Shiva was doing penance at this particular place. Goddess Parvathi also wanted to join this Penance. During those time, this particular place was barren and empty. Hence Goddess Parvathi had converted the heavenly Angels (who are considered ever as Virgins) into banana trees to give shade and beauty to the entire area.

The word Gili means banana in tamil. Vanam means forest in Tamil. Thus the Lord Shiva is called Gilivanaeshwarar meaning that the Lord Shiva in the midst of banana tree forest. Lord Shiva is also called as "Kathalivanaeshwarar". Here also the word "Kathali" refers to a banana family.

Hence it is assumed that the banana trees (Kathali meaning banana) standing within the temple premises are considered to be the living heavenly angels. Thus a marriage getting solemnized with a banana tree is actually a boy or girl getting married to a heavenly angel (who is a virgin) at the initial level.

When the actual marriage that takes place with their loved ones, the Boy or Girl actually gets into a wedlock for the second time @ marriage with the Kathali being the first marriage. Thus their "Kalathira Dosham" gets rectified.

Let us see the methods of removing Kalathira Dosham, if a marriage is happend already in our subsquent posts.   

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