Satyanarayan Katha is a narrating session about the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Satyanarayan is one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu. The Satyanarayan Katha is a favorable Hindu puja performed on the vital events of the family. Regardless of whether it is Marriage , house initiation, labor and so forth, this katha is performed to expel inconveniences and to make awesome progress. It is said that by playing out this Puja, we can satisfy the Goddess Lakshmi, spouse of Lord Vishnu.
Considered Auspicious to love Lord Ganesha first
As per Hindus, it is viewed as promising to check any event while leading the Ganesh Pujan first. Same is done before beginning the
After Ganesh pujan, the Navagraha Puja is played out (the Puja of the nine planets). The Puja is done as such that we stay shielded from the unfriendly impact of all the nine planets – this is at long last taken after by Lord Vishnu’s Puja
Set At the top
The icon of Lord Vishnu puja is put on a raised stage on a red material and the territory is cleaned before that. A Prasad of flower petals and organic products is offered after which the narrating session starts.
Story of Lord Vishnu (Satyanarayan Katha)
The Katha portrays the tale of Lord Vishnu and how going to this Lord can dispose of every one of your issues. The Katha likewise abandons us with an imperative lesson of not leaving any work mid-way – whether it a “Puja” of the Lord or your own work – doing as such will welcome a considerable measure of anguish in your life. The Satyanarayan Katha’ shows us about self-sanitization, self –surrender, and truth since “Satya” implies Truth, “Nar” implies Human Being and ‘Ayan ‘is a place where truth lives’. Any individual who tunes in to the Katha will get the message of continually reality
It’s Important to have Prasad
In the wake of completing the Katha, a Prasad of foods grown from the ground is circulated. It is said that on the off chance that we don’t eat the Prasad after the Puja, the Puja is rendered invalid and void. So ensure you have your Prasad after the Puja is finished.