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You should worship Satyanarayan and chant the Satya Narayana mantra for as many times as you can. These mantras can be chanted in any language. One should always have a feeling of being free from worldly attachments during the Pooja.
Shree Satyanarayan pooja is a holy ritual in Hindu culture. The puja is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is considered the preserver. With Sri Satyanarayan Pooja, the devotee prays to Vishnu to provide peace and prosperity for all living beings on the earth. This pooja should be undertaken with utmost faith and devotion.
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|Weight||1 kg approx|
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|Items in Satyanarayan Puja Kit||Gangajal (Holy water), Gomutra - 25ml (Cow urine), Akshada Rice, Aalpona Sticker, 100 Grams Gurer batasha, 100 Grams Murki, Panchali (Satyanaryan Yantra), Siddhi Sindur, Til, Haritaki, Tir Kathi, Dhan etc.|
About Satyanarayan Puja :
The Satyanarayanã Puja is a religious ritual worship of the Hindu god Vishnu.
The puja is described in the Skanda Purana, a medieval era Sanskrit text. According to Madhuri Yadlapati, the Satyanarayana Puja is an archetypal example of how "the Hindu puja facilitates the intimacy of devotional worship while enabling a humble sense of participating gratefully in a larger sacred world.
The puja narrates the Satyanarayana Katha (story), which dictates the various worldly and spiritual benefits the puja brings to performers. The Katha states how the deity Narayana vows to aid his devotees during Kali Yuga, the last of the four ages in Hindu cosmology, in particular the performers and attendees of the Satyanarayana Puja. The Katha narrates that the performance of the puja is in itself a promise to God, and recounts the plights of characters who either fail to complete the puja or forget their promises.