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Mangaldosh Pooja

Mangaldosh Pooja
Deity Worshipped
Lord Mars
Benefits of Performing
- Reduction of negative effects of Mars
- Overcoming obstacles and challenges
- Improving relationships and social connections
- Enhancing career and financial prospects

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Mangaldosh Pooja is a Hindu puja (worship) ritual performed to appease the planet Mars (Mangal in Hindi) and seek its blessings. It is usually performed by Hindus who are facing problems or difficulties in their lives that are believed to be caused by the malefic effects of Mars. The puja is performed to reduce the negative effects of Mars and bring prosperity and good luck to the person.

The Mangaldosh Pooja is usually performed at the Mangalnath Temple in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India, which is dedicated to the planet Mars. However, it can also be performed at home or at any other place of worship.

The puja involves the offering of various items such as flowers, incense, and ghee to the deity, as well as the recitation of mantras and prayers. It is usually conducted by a Hindu priest, who follows the prescribed guidelines and rituals for the puja.

The Mangaldosh Pooja is generally considered more auspicious when performed on Tuesdays, which are considered the day of Mars. It can be performed on any day, but it is recommended to consult a Hindu priest or astrologer before performing the puja to determine the most suitable day and time.


Frequently Asked Questions

The temple is located in the city of Ujjain, which is well connected by road, rail, and air. The nearest airport is the Indore Airport, which is about 56 kilometers from the temple.
Hindus visit the temple to offer prayers and perform puja (worship) to Mars. They also perform a special puja called the Mars Havan, which is performed to appease the planet and seek its blessings.
The temple is considered to be an important site for the worship of Mars, and it is believed to have the power to grant blessings and fulfil wishes. Hindus visit the temple to offer prayers and seek blessings from Mars, as it is believed that the planet has a significant influence on their lives.
Mangalnath Mandir is believed to have been built during the Gupta dynasty (4th to 6th century CE). However, it is also mentioned in the Hindu epic Ramayana, which is believed to have been written around the 5th century BCE.

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