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Shree SatyanarayanPujais a puja or worship which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, one among the great Hindu trinities. The word Satya means Truth and Narayan means that which is abiding in everybody and everything. Thus, the worship of Lord Satyanarayan suggests that in order to overcome difficulties and problems either caused by this life or previous births, one has to begin worshipping Truth.The Purpose of inviting family and friends for this puja is to encourage harmony and unity.The Hindu Believe that we should focus not only on our own happiness but also encourage others to be happy and when you make others happy,in the long run you are making yourself happy.
Hindu mythology is replete with tales of the divine sage Narad Muni, who is called ‘TrilokaSanchari,’ as he can move about in all the three mythical worlds. On one of his celestial trips when he visited earth, he witnessed rampant misery. Unable to find a way to relieve human suffering, he approached Lord Vishnu, or Narayana, and related to him the sad state of affairs on earth.
Vishnu said to Narad, “Let people observe the SatyanarayanaVrata in the evening of Sankranti or Purnima. Let them all hear the story of SatyanarayanKatha, and all miseries will come to an end.”
Narad returned to earth and preached the glory of the Sri SatyanarayanaPuja. Many observed the vow without taking any food during the course of the day and attained what they desired. As the legend goes, all were happy and prosperous.
There is no hard and fast rule for performing the vratam and it can be performed on any day, at any time and by anyone irrespective of their caste, creed, marital status etc. However, generally any full moon day i.e. Pournami day is considered auspicious to perform the vratam. Ekadasi days of any month are also good for performing the vratam.
It is also good to perform the vratam on special occasions like birthdays, marriage day etc. The pooja is very easy and simple to perform and one can do it even without a priest at home.
A detailed version of performing the pooja is mentioned in Reva Kanda of SkandaPuranam. SutaMahamuni narrated it to the rishis in the Naimisharanya which is mentioned in the VrataKatha or the story that is read after the vratam.
The SatyanarayanPuja, worship of the lord Satyanarayan and the embodiment of eternal truth, is the most commonly performed ritualistic prayers in Hindu homes. Enthusiastic devotees have been performing this ritual for several reasons. It is observed that after performing this puja with devotion and faith, devotees generally benefit a lot ,their problems are resolved and they can get over the difficulties in life. There are several reasons for the mass popularity of Satyanarayanpuja. First of all, it is one of the simplest and easiest rituals performed by the Hindus. Secondly, anyone can perform this puja regardless of age or sex. Only faith, sincerity and devotion counts while performing this ritual. Once again, this puja can be performed any time and on any day, though some days are considered to be more auspicious, such as Purnima and Ekadashi.