Narayan Nagbali Puja Trimbakeshwar
Before we begin talking about the related topics of Narayan Nagbali puja, you must know that this puja comes with two distinct rites. This puja is performed to help one get rid of the sin of killing a snake, specifically a cobra.
The cobra is revered in India and the Narayana Bali pooja is conducted to escape the curse that one’s forefathers may have been inflicted with. This puja is exclusively performed at Trimbakeshwar. The main purpose of the Narayan Bali Puia is to fulfil the incomplete desires of one’s father’s soul.
These desires may be trapped in this world and lead to problems in the lives of the offspring. Simply put, the Narayan Nagbali Puja Trimbakeshwar is similar to the Hindu funeral. It is mentioned in the ancient scriptures that many events including the Narayan Nagabali puja can be performed at Trimbakeshwar. Since the ritual is performed, they are categorised as kaamya. All of these customs are carried out by people who may be having difficulties in
- Conceiving children
- Resolve the conflicts created by goblins
- Find solace in issues that may have happened by family members who may have died
- Anyone who is dealing with curse-related dreams or experiencing black magic and more.
Who is Ought to Perform the Narayan Nagbali Puja?
Before deciding on performing the Narayan Nagbali puja in Trimbakeshwar with us, here is the list to know who ought to do it.
- Anyone who may be experiencing financial problems or marriage issues.
- The puja is performed to help one escape the curse that any ancestors may be dealing with.
- It is performed to remove the negative effects of life and promote well-being.
Which Days Are Auspicious to Perform the Narayan Nagabali Puja in 2024?
|2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 22, 25, 29
|1, 4, 9, 13, 18, 22, 26, 29
|2, 9, 14, 18, 22, 25, 28
|3, 8, 13, 16, 20, 23, 26, 30
|4, 9, 12, 16, 20, 24, 27
|1, 7, 10, 14, 17, 20, 24, 28
|3, 6, 10, 13, 16, 20, 25
|3, 7, 10, 13, 17, 22, 28, 31
|4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 24, 28, 31
|3, 13, 15, (20, 23, 27, 30)
|18, 21, 24, 27
|4, 7, 24, 27
|1, 6, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 28
Highlights of the Narayan Nagbali Puja
The Narayan Nagbali puja is done to get relief from different types of ailments. These issues may concern Bhoot Pishach Badha, failed business ventures, health issues, financial waste, marital issues, education problems, ultimate death and more. As the puja holds great significance, one can experience and witness some benefits in life.
Starting from granting well-being and financial success, one can even expect to achieve the desires granted. When talking about the highlights of this puja, it is a three-day ritual that is conducted on specific days or hours. The devotees have to take a holy bath in Kushavarta on the first day and then ten acts of charity follow by it.
After this, the Narayan Nagbali at the Dharmashala at the confluence of the Godavari and Ahilya rivers are offered. This is done when the prayers are offered at the Trimbakeshwar temple. One must contact our experienced Pandit Ji Narayan Shastri to get the specific dates of the puja. It is not appropriate to perform this puja on days when the Muhurat is not present. Moreover, our pandit knows how to perform the puja in different ways.
What are the Advantages of Performing the Narayan Nagbali Puja?
- It helps in aiding the tranquility and salvation of the ancestors.
- The curse from the previous seven generations is removed.
- This puja protects the native from harmful spirits
- It helps in skyrocketing success in the professional life.
- Failures in life can be transformed.
- The problems with conceiving a child can be eliminated.
- One is protected from bad omens that may have occurred during birthing.
- It helps in removing issues that may have been brought on by the demise of any family member.
Which is the Ideal Time to Conduct Narayan Nagbali Puja in Trimbakeshwar?
As per our pandit ji Narayan Shashtri, Narayan Nagbali puja comes with many benefits.
However, to acquire these benefits, one must perform it at a fortunate period. This auspicious timing arrives when Jupiter and Venus are positioned in the month of Paush and added as an extra month in the lunar calendar. The rituals are intended to bring good fortune.
In addition to this, the pandits have regarded Nakshatragundosh to be an opportunity period for making decisions.
However, one must know that Dhanishtha Panchak and Tripad Nakshatra have been regarded as an unsatisfactory period to perform this ritual. People should begin performing this puja on the day of the 22nd lunar mansion if they aim to become parents.
Nonetheless, it is best to use the fifth and eleventh day of each lunar fortnight. On days with Hasta, Pushpa, Ashlesha, or Nakshatra – the ritual can start. Apart from this, Sunday, Monday, and Thursday are the lucky days to start the puja. If someone wants to perform Naagbali exclusively, they should perform the rite on the fifth and ninth full moon days.
In addition, the new moon occurs on an auspicious day in the ninth lunar mansion.
People should take into account the auspicious time for Naagbali if they perform Narayan and Naagbali separately. In addition to this, one must consult with our Pandit to know which would be the best time to perform the puja. Also one can check the above chart to get a clearer understanding of the dates that are considered as auspicious throughout the day.
Things To Keep in Mind About the Narayan Nagbali Puja
- The Narayan Nagbali puja takes three days to complete.
- One must arrive early to the puja as the auspicious moment cannot be delayed.
- When you book the puja from us, we include the materials and the food arrangements as well in the cost.
- Women cannot do pind daan and there is a requirement of a male family member to complete the puja.
- No one can leave the puja venue until the puja is completed properly.
- Anyone conducting the puja should not consume onion or garlic.
- One must not consume alcohol if they are going to perform the puja.
- A person must wear new clothes on the day of the puja. This may include a saree, blouse, dhoti, napkin, towel, etc. Women are obliged to wear green clothing.
- Advanced booking should be made to avoid the rush as our pandit ji for Narayan Nagbali puja is always in demand.
- After the puja is conducted, one cannot consume alcohol or any type of non-vegetarian food for the next 41 days.
What Supplies are Needed for Conducting Narayan Nagbali Pooja?
As per our pandit, there are many supplies needed for the Narayan Nagbali puja.
This may include new clothes, a golden statue of a snake, and a Dakshina of the puja in the form of cash. It is important to know that silver nags are not allowed. And once the procedure is completed, one must donate the gold statue of the snake. All of the Pooja Samagri and food arrangements for two people are included in the Dakshina. Apart from this, it is important to pack fresh white clothing for the pooja which may include a towel, dhoti and serviette. Whereas, women would get sarees, blouses and other essentials. All of these supplies would be included in the Narayan Nagbali pooja cost.
What Supplies Should the Native Bring Along for the Puja?
As everything is already included in the puja cost, there are other things which may not be provided by us. These may include an idol of a snake made of gold as per one’s ability. To be precise, this gold snake idol should be a minimum of 1 gram. Apart from this, the other things that the native should bring along include five new pieces of cloth for worship, a white saree without a black border, a white bodice, a white dhoti and a new towel.
What is the Procedure of the Narayan Nagbali Puja ?
On the very first day of the puja, the native has to take a bath at the Trimbakeshwar holy site before going to do the Narayan Nagbali puja. The process starts with setting up two pots with gold idols of Vaivasvat Yama and Shrivishnu. Then the ritualistic worshiping of these gold idols is conducted which includes sixteen steps. During the puja, you will witness the spreading of the darbhas southwards and a line will be drawn with a darbha blade east of the pots. Then they are doused with water while a specific mantra is chanted under the supervision of the pandits.
You will find our pandits offering ten pindas with honey and other ingredients as the mantra is chanted. Then sandalwood paste is applied on the pindas which declares a sign of worship. After this, these Pindas are floated into the river which completes the first-day ritual. Offer ten pindas which have honey, ghee and sesame seeds on the darbhas amidst chanting of ‘काश्यपगोत्र अमुकप्रेत विष्णुदैवत अयं ते पिण्डः. Worship the pindas with the application of sandalwood paste and then absorb them in a river or a water-body. This is the rite of the first day.
On the second day of the ritual, the ceremonial worship of Lord Shiva is performed. It is performed in the middle of the day when Brahmans in odd numbers are invited. These brahmans perform the corpse in the shape of lord Shiva. However, the shradh is performed without reciting any type of mantras. The native has to begin by washing the feet of the Brahmans and then feeding them. In addition to this, the Pindas are immersed and the Brahmans are provided with money following traditional devotion.
As per our Pandit ji Narayan Shashtri, the Brahmans can be bestowed with garments, jewellery, cow or even gold. After this, the native has to beg the Brahmans to present the corpse to Tilanjali. Next, the Brahmans haveto offer the corpse water that has been mixed with sesame seeds, tulsi leaves, and darbha. Furthermore, it is customary to perform the ceremonies of Nagbali and Narayana Bali together.