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Satyanarayana Vrata Katha (stories) with audio


Satyanarayana Vrata Katha (stories) with audio
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You can listen to aarti (audio) dedicated to Satyanarayan with this app.

This app also has images, Vrata Katha (stories) devoted to Satyanarayana

The Satyanarayana Vrata is a Hindu religious observance. It is a ritual performed by devotees on any major occasion like marriage, house warming ceremony etc. It can also be performed on any day for any reason. It finds first mention in Skanda Purana[citation needed].
The Satyanarayana Puja is usually done on the Full Moon (Purnima) day of every month or any day you wish to do it. It is also done on special occasions and during times of achievements as an offering of gratitude to the Lord Vishnu. In addition, it is said that a devotional performance of this puja will bear children to couples trying to start a family.
Sri Satyanarayana Vratam, a very popular puja in Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra in India. Almost all Hindus, throughout Andhra Pradesh, have strong faith, belief, and devotion towards Srimannarayana, an incarnation of Vishnu. There is a very ancient famous temple for Sri Satyanarayana Swamy at Annavaram, East Godavari dt, Andhra Pradesh (near Visakhapatnam ), India. This vratam is performed daily in Annavaram. Large numbers of devotees, many with families, visit the temple, offer prayers, perform this Vrata there, right in the temple. This place is one of the very important pilgrimages.
This puja has a special significance for the Chitpavan community of Maharashtra. In West Bengal, people perform this puja before house warming ceremony.

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