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SAMOOHIKA SATHYANARAYANA POOJA BY SSPS IN DUBAI ON 19th FEBRUARY

Published On : 17 Feb 2023   |  Reported By : Shodhan Prasad


Shree Sathyanarayana Pooja Samithi, Dubai have prepared themselves to hold ‘Samoohika Sathyanarayana Pooja’ on the eve of its 15th Anniversary celebration on 19th February 2023 at Indian Academy School, Al Qusais, Behind Al Madina Mall, Dubai, UAE

The Pooja will begin at 09:00 am with Kalasha Prathistapana followed by Katha chanting along with Bhajans. Maha Mangalarathi will be performed at 12:30 pm followed by Maha Prasad distribution. Bhajans will be performed by the renowned local Team of Shri Rajarajeshwari Bhajana Mandali and Mogaveers Bhajana Mandali Dubai.

The Samithi has made all necessary arrangements to facilitate a large number of devotees.

On behalf of Samoohika Shri Sathyanarayana Pooja Seva Committee, Sathish Poojary requested all the community members to be part of Pooja and extend their support towards the success of pooja to seek the blessing of the Lord to overcome all obstacles and lead a happy and successful life.

The Satyanarayanã Pooja is a religious ritual worship of the Hindu god Vishnu. The pooja is described in the Skanda Purana, a medieval era Sanskrit text. According to Madhuri Yadlapati, the Satyanarayana Pooja is an archetypal example of how "the Hindu pooja facilitates the intimacy of devotional worship while enabling a humble sense of participating gratefully in a larger sacred world".
The pooja 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 Pooja. The Katha narrates that the performance of the pooja is in itself a promise to God, and recounts the plights of characters who either fail to complete the pooja or forget their promises.

The word “Satya” means Truth and “Narayana” means The Highest Being. Together they mean “The highest being who is the embodiment of truth”.

 







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