SATYANARAYAN PUJA IN MELBOURNE BY HINDU PANDIT MR NAVIN LAL MAHARAJ
If you are looking for Satyanarayan Katha Puja in Melbourne then call Hindu Pandit Mr Navil Lal Maharaj. Satyanarayan Puja is a puja or worship which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu (the Preserver), one among the great Hindu trinities. The word “Satyanarayan” is an amalgamation of two words, ‘Satya’ means truth, ‘Narayan’ means the highest and ultimate form of being or the supreme man; that means Lord Vishnu is the personification of the truth.
The puja is said to be performed from ancient times and dates to the Skanda Purana (holy book). It is written that Narada a Hindu sage (sadhu) asked Lord Vishnu the mantra or the way to end the miseries of the people on Earth. In response, Lord himself told, that worshipping Lord Satyanarayan will be the ultimate way of happiness and Moksha in the Kaliyuga.
SATYANARAYAN POOJA IN MELBOURNE FOR AUSPICIOUS OCCASIONS
This Puja is considered very holy and hence it is considered very auspicious to get it done at home during special events like childbirth, birthdays, marriages, housewarming (Greh Pravesh) or on any happy occasions. People also conduct the 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.
PROCEDURE / VIDHI OF THE SATYANARAYAN PUJA IN MELBOURNE:
Satyanarayan Puja can be performed on any day, though it is considered most auspicious on a full moon day (Purnima) as per the Hindu calendar (Panchang).
The Puja/ prayer can be performed in the morning or preferably in the evening time after taking bath.
The devotees should observe a fast if possible till the holy offering or Prasadam is offered to Lord Satyanarayan.
A Prasad is prepared by the devotees which is called Panchamrit ( 5 things- milk, honey, sugar, yogurt and Ghee) and a Kasaar/ Panjiri (a mixture of roasted wheat flour, sugar, dry fruits, fresh Basil (tulsi) leaves and fruits including banana and apple).
An altar is placed in an East-West direction and is decorated with fresh flowers or by making a Rangoli.
A Kalash (any metal or earthen) is put in the middle of the altar. A coconut wrapped in red cloth is placed on top of the kalash along with the Mango leaves.
A picture or Idol of Lord Satyanarayan is now placed on the altar with fresh flowers & garland on the idol.
CONTACT FOR SATYANARAYAN PUJA IN MELBOURNE
For more details on Satyanarayan Puja Melbourne call Mr Navin Lal Maharaj, Hindu Priest, on 0422 338 891.