Sri Satyanarayan Puja – April 29th


Sri Satyanarayan Puja is a religious worship of the God MahaVishnu. Satya means “truth” and Narayana means, “The Supreme being” so Satyanarayan means “The Supreme being who is an embodiment of Truth”.[1][2] Vrat or Puja means a religious vow or observance. Sri Satyanarayan Vrat is performed for the divine blessings of health, wealth, prosperity, opulence, education; relief from troubles and sickness. It can also be performed because of success in business or career growth; during social functions like marriages, house-warming ceremonies, naming of the children and so on.


On the full moon day, April 29th, Sunday, at 6 pm, Samuhika SatyaNarayana Puja will be performed at the Mandir under the direction of HTCC Priest Sri Sharmaji. If you would like to sponsor or participate or need further information, please contact Srimati Latha Krishnan (573-424-7537) or Srimati Rajalakshmi Adusumilli (573-424-8582).


From May onwards, Satyanarayana Puja will be performed every fourth Saturday. Please contact Srimati Latha or Sreemati Rajalakshmi if you would like to sponsor the puja.

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