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Satyanarayan Katha

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Satyanarayan Katha


Bhagwan Vishnu. Satya means “truth” and Narayan means “The highest being” so Satyanarayan means “The highest being who is embodiment of Truth”.

Satyanarayan Katha is one of the easiest way to seek the blessing of Lord Vishnu, who is the God responsible for maintenance of this Universe.  

Lord Vishnu is a Hindu God, the Supreme God of Vaishnavism(one of the three principal denominations of Hinduism) and one of the three supreme dieties(Trimurti) of Hinduism. He is also known as Narayana and Hari. He is the most important God of Vaishnavism, the largest Hindu Sect.

A complex character, Vishnu is the Preserver and guardian of men (Narayana), he protects the order of things (dharma) and, when necessary , he appears on earth in various incarnations or avatars to fight demons and fierce creatures and so many cosmic harmony.

Typically Satyanarayan Puja is to be performed before or after the fulfillment of our desires eg if you want to achieve some important milestone in your life like success in higher education, success in career, promotion, buying a new vehicle, new house, starting new business, negotiating big professional deals etc. Satyanarayan Katha puja is also useful if someone in the family is not well.

The Satyanarayan Katha Puja is considered very holy and hence it is considered very auspicious to get it done at home during special events like child birth , birthdays, marriages, Grih Pravesh or on any happy occasions. People also conduct Puja when they are suffering from illness or even incurring losses or when they intend to fulfill their desires. The puja protects you from conducting evil and teaches us to be on the path of goodness and truth.

Rituals of Satyanarayan Katha Puja:

One of the the important rituals in Hindu mythodolgy is Satyanarayan Puja. This puja can be performed on any occasion . In Hindu culture it is believed to perform this puja before any new work , marriage , studies or for sickness etc. There is no specific day or vidhi for doing the puja.

  • This Puja can be done specially on Full Moon Day, which is called Purnima of every month.
  • It can be done on Ekadashi the eleventh day after the full moon.
  • On Kartik Purnima
  • On Makar Sankranti

Procedure of Satyanarayan Katha Puja:

  • Satyanaryan Puja can be performed on any day but according to Hindu mythodology it is considered most auspicious on full moon day i.e. on Purnima.
  • The Puja prayer can be performed in morning or in evening after taking bath.
  • The devotees should have taken fast till the completion of puja.
  • A prasadam is prepared by the devotees which includes Panchamrit(mixture of milk, curd, sugar, honey, ghee), Panjiri(mixture of roasted wheat flour, sugar, ghee, dry fruits)and fruits.
  • The front entrance door is decorated with Mango Leaves.
  • A Kalash is put in the middle of the altar. A coconut wrapped in red cloth is put on the kalash along with mango leaves.
  • A picture of Lord Satyanarayan is now placed on the altar. Fresh flowers and kumkum are applied on the picture.
  • The devotees participating or mere listening should face the altar.
  • Now Puja starts by firstly remembering Lord Ganesh for good luck alongwith Navgrarh puja and Kalash puja.
  • Now the main puja of Lord Satyanarayan starts. Everyone sitting in the puja should close there eyes and remember Lord Vishnu. This puja consist of 5 stories which signifies importance of Satyanaryan Puja. The Katha should be listened and chanted carefully in the name of Lord Satyanaryan.
  • After all 5 stories are finished , now it is time for havan. Havan is performed for purifying the surrounding. It helps in creating a pure, medicinal and nutritional atmosphere. Fire act as a pesticide for home.
  • At last Arti of the diety has to be done. And everyone should bow themselves in front of Lord Vishnu and asks for the forgiveness and the desire to fulfill all the desires.



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