Kaal Sarp Yog is like a dosha in your kundali (birth horoscope). According to astrology, Kaal Sarp Yog is often a result of one’s past deeds or karma. It may occur if a person has harmed a living being/snake either in the present or the previous life. This yog (not to be mistaken with yoga asanas) may also happen if the deceased ancestors are displeased. Read on to know what is it and how one can seek mercy for the sins that may have been committed from the snake Gods on Nag Panchami day.
According to astrology, when all the planets (Griha) get sandwiched between rahu and ketu, then a person shows signs of Kaal Sarp Yog in his/her natal chart. There are as many as twelve types of this yoga, and they are as follows Ananta, Kulika, Vasuki, Shankhapala, Padma, Mahapadma, Takshaka, Karkotaka, Shankhachur, Ghatak, Vishdhar and Shesh Naag. When a person has the Kaal Sarp Yog in his Kundali, then he/she often dreams about snakes. They see themselves getting bitten by these reptiles and also feel that someone is trying to strangulate them. They also repeatedly see their dead relatives or corpses in their dream.