Shani Dev: on saturday Shani Dev Offering mustard oil is considered very auspicious in the scriptures. Shanidev has a different importance in Hindu religion and his worship is said to be quite auspicious. To fulfill every wish in life, it is said that it is necessary to keep Shanidev happy. Applying mustard oil on them is also an effective solution. You must have heard many times that Shani Dev (Shani Dev) is offered mustard oil but do you know what is the truth behind it. Surely you will be surprised after knowing this.
Benefits of offering mustard oil to Shani Dev
By offering mustard oil to Shanidev on Saturday, his blessings remain upon you. It is said that people who do this are liberated from all their sins. To please them, mustard oil is offered on Saturday. Some people also light lamps in mustard oil. You do these measures to get rid of defects. Offering mustard oil to Shani Dev gives relief from Sadesati and Dhaiya. Even Shani Dosha in the horoscope is reduced and the life of that person becomes auspicious. But do you know the truth and mythology behind it?
Mythological story of offering mustard oil to Shani Dev
If mythology is to be believed, there is a very interesting reason behind offering mustard oil to Shanidev. Actually Ravana had imprisoned Shanidev. After much insistence of Shani Dev, he freed him but later threw him far away from Lanka. Shanidev suffered a lot of injuries due to this throw. At the same time, Hanuman ji had applied mustard oil on the wound of Shani Dev, which gave him relief. After this he said that after today, whichever devotee offers mustard oil to me, my blessings will remain on him.
Since then, it is believed that by offering mustard oil, a person's wishes are fulfilled and wealth, prosperity, happiness, peace and respect increase.
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