Santoshi Mata Vrat Katha
worship Santoshi Mata and perform her Vrat and Katha on Fridays, there is a
development of religious feelings and well being in you. The katha is about
power of Santoshi Mata that cherishes simple lives of human beings, by her
blessings. It has been assured by the followers that Goddess Santoshi gets
satisfied very easily and blesses all those people who perform Santoshi Mata
Vrat Katha, with immense money, luxurious life and children. Goddess Santoshi
also protects you from all kinds of misfortunes. The method for fasting starts
as you have an early bath in the morning. The rituals of Santoshi Mata Vrat
Katha begins by keeping water, jaggery and gram in front of the idol. Then with
a cheerful mind you need to read the Katha or stories of Goddess Santoshi. As
you finish reading the Katha, you need to feed the some jaggery to a cow, which
is believed as divine mother in Hinduism. Then you need to distribute the Prasad
of gram and jaggery among everyone.
Duration: 1.5 hours priests: 1;
Puja Service include
Swastivachan, Sankalp, Ganesh Pujan, Kalash Sthapana, Pujan, 108 chants of Ganesh and nine Planets, maa Santoshi Pujan , Yantra Pujan and Abhishekam, Santoshi Vrat Katha, Aarti, Pushpanjali, Bhramin Bhojan
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