Narayanabali Puja Trimbakeshwar
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Trimbakeshwar Kshetra or Trayambakeshwar in Nasik is a popular destination for Pitru Paksha Shraddh rituals such as Mahalaya Pitru Paksha Shradh, Pinda Pradaan, Pind Daan and Masika / Varshika Tithis, Tripindi Shraddh performed for the departed near and dear ones.
Trimbakeshwar is a very ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is among the Dwadash Jyotirlings in India. This temple is located about 28 km from Nashik (Nasik meaning nose) and about 117 km from Shirdi, in the State of Maharashtra.
Kushavarta, a pond in this temple is believed to be the origin for River Godavari. Sage Gautama used “darbha” (Kusha grass) to round up Ganga and hence the name. Simhastha Kumbhamela that takes place every once in 12 years is a ritual followed by millions of devotees. Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar are represented by three separate lingams here. The temple is situated between three hills namely Brahmagiri, Nilagiri and Kalagiri.
Godavari River is the second largest river in India and originates from Trayambakeshwar. Maharshi Gautam prayed to Lord Shiva and brought Ganga to absolve himself of sins. Sage Gautama was tricked by a group of Brahmins who created a mythical cow. This mythical cow strayed into Sage Gautama’s fields. When Gautama Rishi tried to shoo her away, she died. As Ganga removed the sins of killing the cow (Gau Hatya), the river came to be called Godavari.
Narayan Nagbali Puja at Trimbakeshwar
Narayan Nagbali Puja is performed for three days. The ritual is performed by families to liberate souls of their departed family members who met an untimely death.
The Puja comprises of two separate rituals: The Narayanabali Puja is believed to help a person get rid of ancestral curses, also known as Pitru Dosha. Nag Bali Puja is believed to help a person get rid of the sin of killing a snake.
Narayan Nagbali Puja has to be performed when there are abnormal deaths, like death by disease, death by suicide, death by fasting, death by animals, death by a curse, death by murder, death by drowning, by snake bite etc.
Narayan Nagbali puja is also suggested to get rid of obstacles in business, health problems, education, marriage, accidental death, and also performed to get rid of problems created by curses from mother, father or other family members.
Narayanabali Puja is similar to that of the procedures followed in a funeral, wherein an artificial human body made out of wheat flour is used. Mantras chanted during the puja invokes the remaining desires of the departed souls. It is believed the ritual allows them to possess the artificial body and the funeral liberates them to the other world. The Nag Bali Puja helps the souls get rid of their sins. For Nag Bali Puja, a snake made out of wheat dough is used.
The Narayanabali Puja and Nag Bali Puja are performed on the first and second day of the ritual. Ganesh Puja, Nag Puja and Punyaha Vaachan are performed on the day three.
Who should perform Narayan NagaBali Puja?
The Narayana NagaBali Puja should be performed by a devotee or family who wants to get success in their life and business. It should be performed by someone who has problems like Bhoot Pishach Badha, business failure, financial problems, education hurdles, unnecessary expenses, health problems, lack peace, hindrance in getting married, getting rid of family misfortune, desire to have a male child, infertility, all kinds of curses, etc. these are some of the problems for which Narayan Bali Puja is performed.
Benefits of performing Narayanabali Puja
- Narayanbali puja is performed for the liberation of the souls of the ancestors
- Puja is performed for seeking good health, success and prosperity
- Narayanbali helps in fulfilling wishes in business and career
- Puja is suggested for couple who have difficulties or delays in having children
- To do away with ancestral curses
- Relief from obstacles, hindrances and bad dreams
- Helps get rid of negative effects of Pitru Dosha
Narayan Nagbali Puja at Trimbakeshwar
The Narayan Nagbali Pooja is a three-day ritual. On the first day, devotees take a holy bath in Kushavarta and resolve to give ten things in charity (Dashdaan). Devotees then offer prayers at the Trimbakeshwar temple. After offering prayers, they perform the Narayan Nagbali Puja at the dharmshala located at the union of the Holy Rivers of Godavari and Ahilya.
A male member of the family is required to perform the Narayan Nagbali Puja. A female member alone cannot perform the puja. Family members who will be participating in the Puja are required to wear new clothes. The men have to wear white dhoti, gamcha and a napkin, for the women white color saree and blouse. Devotees are not allowed to eat food containing onion and garlic on puja days.
Frequently Asked Questions on Narayan Nagabali Puja at Trimbakeshwar
What happens in Accidental Death? What are its effects?
When a person’s death occurs due to unnatural causes, the Atma (soul) is stuck between the two worlds. In such event, the soul puts the surviving family members through a lot of sufferings to seek their attention. This can result in problems like Preta-Badha, loss in business, increasing debt, Family health Problems, marriage problems, accidental deaths, loss of peace and harmony. When no efforts are made to provide salvation to such dissatisfied Atma (Soul), they curse the surviving generation or their kin. This is known as Pitra Shaap or Preta Shaap.
It is said that however we appease gods, before showering us with benevolence, they are said to inquire with Pitrus, if they have been satisfied. Hence, it is important to seek the virtue of Pitrus.
Why is Narayan Bali Puja performed?
Narayanabali Puja is performed for the following reasons:
- Fulfilling the desires of the soul
- Eliminate the curse of Pitru Dosha
- To have children
- To get rid of ghosts
- Due to accidental deaths and problems thereby caused
Which day of the week is good for performing Narayana Bali Pooja?
Sunday, Monday and Thursday are considered auspicious dates to begin the puja.
When should Narayanbali Puja be performed?
Narayanbali Puja can be performed on these days, Mahalaya Pitru paksha, Amavasya, Poornima or Dwadashi. It can also be performed on important Nakshatram days like Kritika, Vishakha, Punarvasu, Poorvabhadra, Dhanishta, Uttarabhadra, Satabhisha and Revati.
Narayanbali Puja can be performed on any auspicious Thithi. The puja should not be performed during Grahan days, Ekadashi, Ashtami and Dashami.