Satya Narayan Pooja

Hinduism is standing tall these days on three tall pillars. In common accent, these 3 pillars are well-known as the Tridev or the 3 Gods – Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Lord Vishnu is known like the caretaker of the Universe and every one its parts. Another name for Lord Vishnu is Narayan. To appease Him, we do this ‘easy to follow’ Satyanarayan Puja. It’s a ritual for a few and a ceremony for others. It’s quite well-liked in several regions of India and is completed with lots of faith and joy.

Importance and Significance of Satyanarayan Puja

Satyanarayan is considered to be a calmer and a lot of benevolent avatar of Lord Vishnu. several families pray to Satyanarayan so that He helps them bear down adverse situations. The name may be understood as ‘Satya’ i.e. Truth and ‘Narayan’ i.e. Vishnu. He represents truth and justice and personifies a similar. Hence, someone doing the Puja is said to be one who flatly believes in reality, whether it’s in words or in actions. Truth is a guiding light leading folks to sanity and true happiness. most of the people believe that doing this Puja with utmost faith will even lead to Nirvana i.e. Salvation (liberation from the cycle of Birth and Death).

Benefits of Satyanarayan Puja

More usually than not, Satyanarayan Puja is performed either when we are wanting to meet a volition or when the desire is consummated with the Lord’s blessings,; it’s at this point that the Puja is performed to give our gratitude.

  • Whether is it buying a home, successfully finishing educational milestones, shopping for an automobile, beginning a brand new venture or going in for a medical procedure; Satyanarayan Puja is claimed to bring smart luck and fortune.
  • Even if one doesn’t have a special reason, doing the Satyanarayan Puja on a daily basis helps maintain peace, harmony, prosperity and joy in our daily lives.
  • Another benefit from this Puja is that while acting it, family and friends get side by side and sing praises of the Lord.

Satyanarayan Puja Samagri (पूजन सामग्री)

  1. Kanku (कन्कु)
  2. Haldi (हल्दी)
  3. abeer (अबीर)
  4. Gulal (गुलाल)
  5. Sindoor (सिन्दूर)
  6. Coconut (नारियल)
  7. Pachrangi Nada (पचरंगी नाड़ा)
  8. Agarbatti (अगरबत्ती)
  9. Dhoopbatti (धूपबत्ती)
  10. Kapoor (कपूर)-50g
  11. Lal Kapda (लाल कपडा)-1m
  12. White Kapda (सफेद कपडा)-1m
  13. Wheat (गेहूँ)-1kg
  14. Rice (चावल)-1kg
  15. Badi Supari (बड़ी सुपारी)
  16. Kharak (खारक)
  17. Almond (बादाम)
  18. clove (लौंग)-10g
  19. Elaichi (इलाइची)
  20. Janeu (जनेऊ)-2p
  21. Honey (शहद)
  22. Perfume (इत्र)
  23. Ghee(घी)-200g
  24. Sugar (शक़्क़र)
  25. Havanpuda (हवनपुड़ा-200g)
  26. Mango wood (आम की लकड़ी)-1kg
  27. Pancmewa (पंचमेवा)-100g

 अन्य सामग्री

  1. cotton wool (रूई)
  2. Matchbox (माचिस)
  3. Milk (दूध)-200ml
  4. Curd (दही)-200g
  5. Betel (पान)-2
  6. Fruit (फल)-5
  7. Sweet (मिठाई)-500g
  8. Mango Leaf (आम पत्ता)
  9. Banana Leaf (केला पत्ता)
  10. Tulsi Dal (तुलसी दल)
  11. Deepak (दीपक)

 घर सामग्री

  1. Beachhead (चौकी)
  2. Plate (थाली)-3
  3. Bowl (कटोरी)-5
  4. Spoon (चम्मच)-2
  5. Aasana (आसन)

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