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Moksha Narayana Bali (Vishnu Bali) in Gaya
Perform Moksha Narayana Bali at Gaya Kshetra with best Vedic and highly experienced Pandits and Purohits from Pureprayer. Moksha Narayanabali is performed for three days. The ritual is performed by families to liberate souls of their departed family members who met an untimely death. Moksha Narayana Bali is performed for the calming of the souls of the departed and to fulfil their desires and thereby address Pitru Dosha. The puja is performed by family members only. Moksha Narayanabali Puja or Vishnu Bali Puja is described in the Garuda Purana. Out of the two main contents of the Garuda Purana, Purvakanda and Pretakanda, the Narayana Bali Puja rites are mentioned in the Pretakanda content. The Narayan Bali Puja is believed to help a person get rid of ancestral curses, also known as Pitru Dosha.
Narayanabali 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. This 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.
Where is Gaya?
Gaya Kshetra is one of the popular Mukti Sthalas in India. Gaya Punya Kshetra on the banks of Phalgu River is the sought after place for performing Pujas and rituals related to ancestors. Devotees from all over visit Gaya Kshetra to perform rites like Atma Pinda Dan, Gaya Shraddha and Preta Shraddha, Moksha Narayanabali or Vishnubali, Tripindi Shraddha seeking salvation. Also Kalasarpa Shanti, Navagraha Shanti, AKala Maran Shanti (Untimely death) are performed here. Presiding deity of Lord Vishnu is called Gadadhar and is known to give Mukti (salvation).
It is mentioned in Vayu Purana, Lord Vishnu is said to have given salvation to Gayasura here and gave a boon that his name will be mentioned as a proof of having performed rituals to the departed. Gaya Kshetra is located in the state of Bihar about 100km from its capital Patna which was known as Pataliputra in historic days. Gaya is one of the three places mentioned in the shastras as being best for Pitru karyas. The other two are kashi and prayag (Also called Teertharaja).
Vishnu Pada Temple
Vishnu Pada Temple in Gaya Kshetra is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and also a must visit Vishnu temple of India. The Foot print of Lord Vishnu (Vishnupaad) is stamped on a solid rock called Dharmashila. Many devout followers of Sri Hari (Vaishnavites) offer many kinds of Pujas here..
Akshayavat in Vishnupaad Temple
Generally once in a year every banyan tree releases all its leaves, but it is said that, Akshayavat tree does not release its leaves at all. This Batavriksha remains evergreen, even during draught-like conditions. It is said that the tree has existed since Treta Yug when Sita gave a boon that the tree would remain immortal. It is located in the courtyard of Vishnupada temple.
Prethashila, the hill of the Pretas(dissatisfied spirits) is lying at a distance of about 8km to from Vishnupada temple. This is another place, where the sacred rites are required to be performed first before even visiting the temple. It is mentioned in Vyasa Mahabharat, that performing rituals at Pretashila neutralises thesins of even Brahmahatya dosh. Vayu Purana mentions that we have to offer Pindas to ancestors on its summit, take a holy bath in the Brahma Kunda at the foot of the hill and offer its water to the Gods and Pitru Devatas. Lord Brahma had performed Ashwamedha Yag at this place.
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Frequently Asked Questions on Moksha Narayana Bali (Vishnu Bali)
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.
What is Sarpa Dosh? How it is related to Narayanabali?
It is said that, Sarpa Dosh appears when accidental deaths may have occurred in a person’s family tree of seven generations, either on father’s side or on mother’s side.
Why is Narayan Bali Puja performed?
Narayan Bali 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
How to overcome Pitru Dosha?
Atma of such person who has suffered accidental death can be liberated by performing Narayanbali Vidhi or Narayanabali Pooja, thereby reducing the impacts of Pitru Dosha.
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; Amavasya, Dwadashi, Mahalaya Pitru paksha or Poornima. 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 suitable Thithi. The puja should not be performed during Grahan days, Ekadashi, Ashtami and Dashami.
Where to Perform Narayan Bali Puja?
Narayana bali puja is offered at various Teertha kshetras in India like Gaya, Gokarna, Srirangapatna, Rameshwaram, Setukarai, Kashi, Prayag, Gaya and many more. Gaya Kshetra on the banks of River Phalgu, has been a well-known Mukti-Sthal destination for Pitru Karyas and other remedial Pujas from time immemorial. As Gokarna kshetra and Gaya are said to have Rudrapad and Vishnupad respectively, the puja can be performed anytime of the year. Kashi Kshetra on the banks of River Ganges is highly suitable to perform these Teertha Vidhis. Srirangapatna on the banks of River Kaveri is another Teertha Kshetra preferred by the devotees in Karnataka state. Timbakeshwar being Jyotirlinga Kshetras, is another destination due to the greater availability of Pandits and Purohits to perform many kinds of Parihara Karyas.
What should I wear for performing Narayana Bali Pooja?
This is a traditional worship delineated in Puranas and practiced for many centuries in India with traditional attire of Dhothi for men and sari for women.
What does it cost to perform Narayana Bali Pooja?
Narayana Bali Pooja cost depends on many factors:
- Cost varies for Two Day Pooja and Three Day Pooja
- Cost varies with additional Puja or Homa
- Cost varies with Remote Online Pooja and Kshetra facilities