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Garuda Puran Recitation


INR 18,100



We can perform online Garuda Purana Katha for you. Our learned pundits conduct this recitation with complete Homas and rituals, irrespective of where you live and from where you want to perform the puja. This puja is proved to be beneficial and effective for the departed souls and all the family members as well.

Benefits of Garuda Purana Katha

The sacred Garuda Purana is recited as per rituals specified to conduct the Garud Path by the Hindus. It is recited from the 4th day after the death of a person, in the evening time, till the 11th day. The Garud Puran ki Katha is extremely meritorious.
  • The primary benefit of Garud Puran Path or recitation, when done by the son or immediate family members, helps the sins of the departed soul to be absolved. This liberates the transcended soul and helps to attain Moksha.
  • By performing the path, the performer is benefited with blessings from the ancestors. It helps to remove obstructions and hurdles.
  • The performer is able to get clarity of thoughts and decide between right and wrong of an action.
Doing charity and donation, feeding Brahmins is important during this time and it is important to give in donation or 'daan' sufficiently to the person reciting the Garuda Purana on behalf of the family members. Garuda Purana Katha Service Includes Kirtan, Guru Vandana, Vishnu Vandana, Shiva Vandana, Garuda Purana Katha recitation, food and donation to Brahmin.

No. of Priest: 1
Garuda Purana Katha Duration: 8 days, daily 2 hours

A short Video of the Sankalpa, multiple videos of the puja, mantra chanting and Homa would be sent to you along with the photographs of the Puja ritual. Please provide your WhatsApp number if possible for easy coordination.

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. You will be provided with the contact no. of the head priest, to video call via WhatsApp anytime during the Sankalpa or Puja. Please keep your call short so that the priest can continue with the puja.

What is Garuda Purana?

Garuda Purana text is in the form of instructions by Lord Vishnu to Sri Garuda wherein Lord Vishnu discloses the meaning of Life and details of Life after death. It is a Vaishnava Purana having 19,000 Shlokas that are further divided into two more parts, a Purva Khanda (first part) and a Uttara Khanda (second part) respectively. The second half of this Purana deals with the subject "Life after Death". It describes the path of a soul after death and provides Sadgati (Proper Path) and moksha to the departed.

When to Read Garuda Purana Katha: As per the rituals, the Gruda Puran ki Katha or Garud Path is read from 4th day of death till the 11th day in the evening time. Garud Path is done in the presence of close family members of the departed soul.

Who wrote Garuda Purana: The Garuda Purana is written by Maharishi Ved Vyasa. He was a noted Sage and is famously known to have written the great Indian Epic, Mahabharata, Vedas, Puranas and was the one who classified the Vedas.

Garuda Purana Life After Death

The second half of the Garuda Purana narrates what happens after the soul leaves the body or after death. Anyone who is born will die and that is a stark truth of life. Through this Katha, Lord Vishnu has revealed to His devoted Vahan (vehicle), Garuda, what happens to the soul exactly after it exits the body.

There is an explicit explanation of the fierce-looking Yamdoots who come to tie the soul and drag the soul away, then the soul is reminded of the sins he/she committed in their lifetime. Garud Puran ki Katha also mentions about the location of Yamlok (hell). It talks about 24 types of punishment for different types of sins and it also mentions the meeting of the soul with God Yama (God of death).

The souls with too many bad Karmas (deeds) go through a terrible time going from one hell to another. The underlying philosophy of life after death is to make us aware that since death is inevitable, be prepared for it. It also makes clear about how we should be living a life being aware of our deeds, Karmas. We will need to pay for every bad Karma and sin we commit here on earth. So, Karma and Dharma in one's lifetime are significant in deciding the soul's path after death. And ultimately it also teaches us not to be too attached to anyone or anything.