Many have written asking me whether there is any alternative because chanting of Indrakshi Siva Kavacham is difficult and the procedure is arduous.
My observation is that we are prepared to follow the instructions of a doctor, though at times, it has no relevance to the problem and the medicine prescribed might be totally irrelevant.
We are cured, in my opinion, because of our faith in the doctor.
Then why don’t we follow the same approach towards Mantras and Pariharas?
There is a Temple and a specific Mantra for high fever.
The Sangameshwara Temple, Kooduthurai , near Bhavaani.
Nearest Railway Station/Bus Station. Erode.
Temple timings 630 am to 12noon and from 4to 8 pm.
The temple has a Jurahareswara(Lord of Fever, Shiva)
You may visit the temple after you chant the Mantra provided towards the close of this article.
Jurahareshwara with three heads, three arms and three legs is found only in a few temples in Tamilnadu. He is found here in a seperate shrine and interestingly the dwarapalakas in this shrine also have three heads, arms and legs. Offering Rice, Pepper Rasam, and Araikeerai Kootu (Greens with Dhal) to the Lord is said to relieve people of fever and other ailments.
Raktha Netraaya Dheemahi
Thanno Jurahara Prachodhayaath”
and worshipping him with Bilva leaves, while offering pepper and cummin seeds is said to relieve people of chronic gastric ailments. have written on Indrakshi Shiva Kavacham for curing fever. ‘
Chant the mantra for 108 times day with the fingers of your right hand touching A little quantity of Vibhuthi, Bhasma placed in front of you in a small plate.
After chanting apply the Vibhuthi on the sick person’s forehead.
After fully recovered you may visit the temple and offer parihara as mentioned above.
Reference and citation.
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