Narayan Bali ritual is done to fulfill and satiate the unsatisfied desires of the ancestor's souls which are trapped in our world due to strong desires that stay with the soul even after death and to get rid of their own pain they put forth household and realistic problems and thus trouble their progeny. The Narayan Bali Puja means Narayan (Lord Vishnu/Krishna) Bali (offerings) puja (prayers). So this prayer is to appease Lord Narayan for an unnatural death. The 40th chapter of the Garuda Purana is dedicated to the Narayan Bali Rites. The Narayan Bali rite is performed in all cases of abnormal death, defined as follows-death by fasting, by animals, by arson, by a curse, by cholera or any disease, suicide, fall from a mountain, tree or any height, drowning, death by muggers or robbers, by snake bite, struck by lightning, murder. Vishnu Mantra:
Om Namoh Bhagwate Vasudevaye Puja service includes:
Gopal Sahasranama, Vishnu Sharanam, Vishnu mantra japa-1,25000 times, Narayan Bali recitation, feeding of cow/dog, 108 Pitra-Tarpan, 11 tarpans of last 3 ancestors, 51 Dev Tarpan, 51 Rishi Tarpan, donation to Brahmins. Number of Priests:
A short Video of the Sankalpa and mantra chanting would be sent to you after the Puja ritual.
Rudra Centre priests will perform Puja as per vedic rituals based on birth details. Please mention your birth details (name, date, place, time), & Sankalp (your wish) at checkout. This is a individual Puja(you may do puja on individual name or include your near and dear ones in the puja). You will be provided with the contact no. of the priest, to call during the Sankalpa/Puja.
Since this is a Puja for the departed soul, prasad is not sent. Photos will be sent on request.
You may log into Skype and take Sankalpa online with the Pundits and see your Puja being conducted in our Puja Mandir at Rudra Centre premises. Our Skype id is rudracentrepujaservices. You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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