Satyanarayan Fast and Pujan
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Introduction – In Hinduism, popular Lord Vishnu’s true form, Satya Narayan Fast story and pujan is dedicated to the true form of Lord Vishnu, Satyanarayan fast, story, pujan fulfils all the aspirations, meaning of Satyanarayan is one who true to integrity, one who always stays  on truth and follow it with full honesty, he is the true form of Lord Narayan. This fast was told by Lord vishnu himself to Naradji, this fast is the provider to well-being, happiness and prosperity, but the rules of this fast are really difficult, whoever did this fast till one month all his desires were fulfilled. This fast reflects our allegiance, faith and devotion to god. This fast is performed with determination of fasting till Lord Satyanarayan’spujan, listening to the story, or reading the story, done with devoted feeling, and banana, clarified butter or ghee, milk, powder of grain or if powder of grain is not available sathi rice’s powder, brown sugar or jaggery are used as bhog or enjoyment of food.

Why to do Satyanarayan fast and pujan – By observing these fast diseases of a patient are discarded off, poor person becomes rich, gets engaged with happiness and services, childless gets a child. Marriage related issues are warded off and marriage gets done fast, all aspirations are fulfilled.

Types of Satyanarayan Fast and pujan – De facto everyone observes Satyanarayan fast and pujan on the day of the full moon, to attain some goal this fast and pujan is done, but for Satyanarayan special type of pujan and mantra chanting, recitation of hymns, homam are done and directed by us.

Benefits of Satyanarayanpujan
Satyanarayan fast and pujan fulfils all the desires.
To get special care and blessings of Lord Vishnu this fast and pujan is done.
Sadness, poverty, hurdles and pain generated in life is discarded off.
Provider of spiritual and devotion, salvation in life.

How is the pujan performed
Pujan is done according to the method prescribed by Vedic methods is performed by our Vedic acharyas, which result in getting all the wishes fulfilled of a person.

Vedic Pujan process

1 – Mangalacharan or prayer for success – First of all to begin the pujan all gurus, god – goddesses, family deity, ancestors etc are worshipped which is performed for the well-being.
2 – Sankalp or declaration of purpose – Sankalp is a major part of pujan, by this hosts name, surname or gotra, varna and time etc position are mentioned, pujan’s goal and a person’s wishes are declared and are perfected.
4 – Swastivachan or religious rite – Wish for the well-being, Vedic mantras are pronounced.
5 – GaneshaPujan – For pujan circle and for uninterrupted homam, Lord ganesha’spujan invoking is done, with lord ganesha’s blessings pujan and homam’s full benefit is bestowed on the host.
6 – Kalash Pujan or water pot pujan – In every pujan and homam Kalash pujan has a special importance. Kalash pujan is symbol of completion of happiness and prosperity along-with homam.
7 – Panchangpeethpujan or pujan of five dietypujan – After ganesha’spujan panchang pujan is performed. In panchangpujanpeeth brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh pujan and mother goddess pujan is done.
8 – Punyahvachan or wishing of auspicious day – Punyahvachan meaning good deed promise. In pujan and homam to get all the benefits, good deed promise prayers are performed for host.
9 – Navgrahpujan – Navgreh meaning nine planets (Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, Ketu) are invited, invoked and pujan is done so that bad planetary affects are discarded and good effects of planets are attained via prayer.
10 – Dikpala, lokpala and kshetrapala or guardians, people guardians and place guardians – According to the Vedic tradition 4 direction, 4 sub- directions, sky, hell and place’s deity are invited to for pujan and invocation for non-hindering is done.
11 – Main deity or all prosperous pujan – In this pujan, homam’s main deity is invited, invoked and pujan is done.
12 – Mantra chanting – After pujan, mantra chanting is done.
13 – Homam – To complete the mantra and pujan, 10th part of homam is done by mantra chanting.
14 – Aarti or Ritual or puja – For lord’s happiness aarti ritual is done.
15 – Tarpan and Marjan or saturation and purification – By doing tarpan and marjan, mistakes performed dosha’s by ignorance are silenced off.
16 – Brahman Bhoja or priests food – After the finishing of pujan and homam, priests are invited and food is offered with full devotion and deliverance, this also comes under pujan process to get the good deed affects.
17 – Prasad or food presented to an idol or deity – In the end, to get all the wishes and deeds fulfilled, priests and acharyas provides blessings and prasad is sent.
18 – Video’s Convenience – By video and audio calls, you can get connected to pujan process, full pujan done for you is made available via email and even sent on your WhatsApp number.

 


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