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Saturn - The planet the decides our goals
Everybody fears about Saturn or popularly known as Sani. If Saturn is well positioned, the native will be getting very excellent results and otherwise causes miseries. To ward off the negative effects, the native has to pray sincerely to Lord Eswara or otherwise called as Sani to minimize the evil effects.
Sani Trayodasi falls on 8th January 2005 and 22nd January 2005.
To ward off the evil effects, one has pray sincerely to Lord Eswara with Milk Abhishekam or Tailabhishekam. The most ancient temple, Sri Mandeswara (Saneswara) Swamy temple, situated at Mandapalli in East Godavari District. It is Siva temple in Andhra Pradesh, India and large number of people visits this temple to nullify the evil effects of the Saturn. Lord Sani atoned the sin of Brahmahatya by installing and adoring Lord Siva. For This reason, Lord Eswara is popularly known as Saneswara or Mandeswara Abhishekam with Gingili oil is a unique retualin the temple.
Lord Sani declared and gets free from all graham Doshams. The natives who are undergoing Saturn Dasa or Anthar Dasa are advised to perform pooja to Lord Saneswara Swamy.
Those natives who could not go to the temple may sent the requisite amount by means of Demand draft or Money order in the name of the Executive Officer, Sri Mandeswara (Saneswara) Swamy temple, Mandapalli – 533 224.,East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India for performing Abhishekam in their name and gothram.
Those who are interested for further details can contact the E.O.over phone on 91-08855-243208. After performing Abhishekam, the temple authorities will send Sri Ammavari Kumkum as prasadam by post.