Satyanarayana Puja

A Full Moon Ceremony for Societal Auspiciousness and Material Success!

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What does it mean?
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What does it mean?

Satyanarayana Puja is usually performed every Pournami (Full Moon) or before/after performing auspicious ceremonies such as Grihapravesh or Marriage. The significance and complete procedure of this ritual has been given by Lord Maha Vishnu himself. This ritual has been performed since ancient times and many generations of families preserve this valuable practice. Lord Vishnu insists on inviting friends and family to come along and perform this ritual together. Two most important things in this ritual are, listening to the story of Lord Satyanarayana and accepting the prasada made for the ritual. Satyanarayana Vrata Mahima is the name of the story which is explained during the ritual and consists of five chapters. Lord Satyanarayana is invoked in a pot and a picture, along with several deities such as Ashta Dik Palakas (Indra, Agni, Yama, Niruruthi, Varuna, Vayu, Kubera and Ishana) and Navagrahas (Surya [Sun], Chandra [Moon], Angaraka [Mars], Budha [Mercury], Brihaspati [Jupiter], Shukra [Venus], Shani [Saturn], Rahu and Ketu).

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How does this Help?

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  • Success in all endeavors

  • Relief from debts and financial struggles

  • Relief from fear of threat and of enemies

  • Success in Judicial challenges

  • Auspiciousness at home

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Pujas performed for this Ritual

Ganesha Puja

Ganesha worship for successful completion of the ritual.

Maha Sankalpam

Purpose and prayers of the participant (owner) mentioned along with other details of the ritual

Varuna Puja (Punyahavachanam)

Varuna, God of Oceans is invoked to cleanse the place of worship along with people and materials involved in the ritual.

Kalasha Puja

Invocation of Lord Satyanarayana in a Pot (Kalash)

Dik Palaka Puja

Invocation of Gods of Directions

Navagraha Aradhana

Invocation of Nine Planets

Katha Shravanam

Listening to the glory of Lord Satyanarayana

Upacharam

Final offerings of incense, light and food for the deities invoked in Pot.

Prarthana

Offering heartfelt prayers

Prasadam

Distribution of fruits or edible items offered during ritual, as a blessing of the deity.

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