Thursday, 6 September 2012

Shatru Samhara Pooja @ Kundrathur Murugan Temple

Shatru Samhara Pooja 

  • A person or family who constantly face Enemies (bad relatives, fake police cases in court, etc)
  • Business Competitors
  • Possessed with Black Magic, Evil Eyes and Spirits (Soonyam)
  • Ancestral Curses
  • Suffering with Diseases
  • To protect from Negative Forces
  • Politician

It protects and prevents one from evil eyes, curses of gods, planets and ancestors. It further enhances family relationship, removes dullness, fear, mental block, frees one from debts, helps to cure fatal diseases, bestows progeny; give good health and six Siddhis.


Surapadman is a demon of Viramahendra Puri who was almost slain by Lord Muruga (but, asking for pardon prior to dying, was given the honour of becoming Lord Muruga's vahana, the peacock) in Hindu mythology.
Surapadman was the older brother of Taraka, an asura earlier killed by Muruga; as he would not surrender, Muruga had to kill most of his soldiers and defeat the middle brother Simhamukhan (whom he graced to become His lion vahana). As Surapadman still refused to surrender, the final battle arose and Surapadman was defeated. In the end, Muruga mortally wounded him with his javelin—and Surapadman asked his life be spared. Muruga granted this, on the provision that Surapadman would forever be his vahana--whereupon Surapadman assumed the form of a peacock.