Narayan Bali

Poojan

What is Narayan Bali Poojan?

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The NarayanNagbali Puja lasts three days. Families execute the ceremony to free the souls of dead family members or individuals who died prematurely.
There are two main ceremonies that make up the Puja: The Narayana Bali Puja is thought to aid in the removal of ancestral curses, or Pitru Dosha. Nag Bali Puja is thought to aid in the forgiveness of a person who has committed the sin of killing a snake.

When premature deaths occur, such as death through sickness, suicide, fasting, animals, a curse, murder, drowning, or snake bite, NarayanNagbali Puja must be done.

NarayanNagbali puja is also recommended for removing barriers in business, health issues, education, marriage, and accidental death, as well as for removing troubles caused by curses from the mother, father, or other family members.

Narayana Bali Pooja is comparable to the rituals performed during a funeral, in which a human body (corpse) made of wheat flour is employed. During the puja, mantras are performed to summon the dead spirits’ unfulfilled aspirations. It is thought that the ceremony permits them to occupy the body they have made, and that the burial releases them into the afterlife. The Nag Bali Puja assists souls in purging their sins. A snake formed of wheat dough is utilised for Nag Bali Puja.

On the first and second days of the ceremony, the Narayaan Bali Puja and Nag Bali Puja are conducted. On the third day, Ganesh Puja, Nag Puja, and Punyaha Vaachan are conducted.

Frequently Asked Questions:

The pooja of Narayanbali is conducted for the release of the forefathers’ spirits. Poojan is conducted in order to obtain good health, prosperity, and success. Narayanbali Poojan aids in the fulfilment of business and career goals. It is recommended for couples who are having difficulty or delays in having children. To put an end to ancestral curses Obstacles, stumbling blocks, and terrible nightmares are no longer an issue. Aids in the removal of Pitru Dosha’s harmful effects.

A devotee or family should do the NarayanaNagaBali Puja if they desire to achieve prosperity in their lives and businesses while also reducing the impacts of Pitru Dosha. Bhoot Pishach Badha, business failure, financial problems, education hurdles, unnecessary expenses, health problems, lack of peace, hindrance in getting married, getting rid of family misfortune, desire to have a male child, infertility, and all kinds of curses are just a few of the problems for which Narayan Bali Puja is performed.

Various Teertha kshetras in India, such as Gaya, Gokarna, Srirangapatna, Rameshwaram, Setukarai, Kashi, Prayag, Trimbakeshwar, and others, provide Narayana bali puja. From time immemorial, Gaya Kshetra, located on the banks of the Phalgu River, has been a well-known Mukti-Sthal location for Pitru Karyas and other remedial Pujas. The puja may be conducted at any time of the year because Gokarna kshetra and Gaya are claimed to contain Rudrapad and Vishnupad, respectively. These Teertha Vidhis are best performed in Kashi Kshetra, which is located on the banks of the Gange River. Another Teertha Kshetra chosen by devotees in Karnataka is Srirangapatna, which is located on the banks of the River Kaveri. Due to the larger availability of Pandits and Purohits to perform several types of Parihara Karyas, Rameswaram and Timbakeshwar, both Jyotirlinga Kshetras, are another destination.