Purnima Puja

The full moon day in the month lunar calendar is known as Purnima. This day is having its own significance. There are several renowned Hindu festivals that arrives on this day,that why Purnima is considered as an important and auspicious day for everyone. Besides, most of the Hindu devotees keep full day fast on full moon day and offer prayers to Lord Vishnu in order to get their blessings.

On the day of Purnima, the moon completes its one cycle around the earth which also symbolizes the end of a chapter in one’s life and shedding out of the things that are no longer required. Rituals associated with Purnima Puja are basically significant for birth, rebirth, creation and manifestation.

How to do Purnima Puja

Devotees keep a partial day fast on the day of Purnima. The ideal fast consists of taking light food during dusk under the light of full moon.  The fast on the day of Purnima lasts for 12 hours from dawn to dusk. Devotees keeping fast are cannot take common salt, grains, pulses, wheat and rice in this duration. Many devotees even keep very rigid fast without intake of even a single drop of water according to their endurance capability. However, intake of fruits and milk is allowed in these fast.

The Puja mainly consists of worshipping mighty Lord Vishnu by performing Shree Stayanarayan Vrata Puja, and in the evening after watching the full moon and offering prayers, the devotee intake ‘Prasad’ and take light food along with that. The Shree Stayanarayan Puja begins with worshipping Lord Ganesha and offering special prayers to Navgrah. Then rest of the puja is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the preserver of universe.

Significance of Purnima Puja

The full moon day of a month is a very opportune time for purging many important rituals meant for spiritual advancement, as the light of the full moon illuminates all those things that are hindering in this respect. These rituals are basically meant for discharging emotional and physical pains and releasing out the miseries and pains from one’s life.

Important mantras for Purnima Puja

Following are the Shlokas that are considered to be important for Purnima puja.

Gayatri Mantra

Om bhur bhuvah swah
Tat savitur varenyam
Bhargo devasya dheemahi
Dhiyo yo nah prachodayat

Ganeshji’s Prayer

Sri Vakratunda Mahakaaya
Koti-soorya samaprabha
Nirvighnam kuru me Deva
Shubh-karyeshu Sarvadaa

Guru Prayer

Guru brahmaa guru vishnuh
guru devo maheshvarah
guru saakshaat parabrahma
tasmai shree gurave namah

Benefits of Purnima Puja

Purnima puja is usually done after special occasions and important ceremonies like marriage, on the occasion of some big achievement, purchase of house or other property, etc.

The Shree Satyanarayan Puja is considered to be highly important for prosperity and happiness. It is basically meant for thanking Lord Vishnu for the achievements and wish for its sustainment.

Cost of pooja Rs 2500

Enchanting of above mantra brings health, wealth, success and prosperity in an individual life. Person get free from all problems and tough time.

Price: 2500


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