Online Vishnu Sahastranaam Paath Services | Puja Sanskar

Swasti Vaachan, Shanti Paath, Sankalp, Ganesh Sthapan, Kalash Sthapan, Vishnu Sthapan, Lakshmi Sthapan, Navgrah Sthapan, Agni Sthapan, Navgrah Mantra Japa, Vishnu Mantra Japa, Recitation of Vishnu Sahastranaam Stotra paath (16 times), Vishnu Puja, Homa with Honey, Ghee, Sugar, Til, Ashtagandh, Sandalwood powder, Navgrah Samidha , Purnahuti, Aarti and Prasad to Brahmins

The Vishnu Sahastranaam is a list of 1000 names of Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe as per Vedic texts. Each of these names indicates an attribute of Lord Vishnu.

VISHNU SAHASTRANAAM PAATH

The Vishnu Sahastranaam is a list of 1000 names of Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe as per Vedic texts. Each of these names indicates an attribute of Lord Vishnu. The Vishnu Sahastranaam is found in the Anushasan Parv of Mahabharata and is one of the most sacred & commonly recited Stotra in Hindu traditions.
Those who regularly recite Vishnu Sahastranaam are blessed with calmness of mind, name & fame, enhanced leadership abilities, eternal prosperity and relief from stress. One who recites this Stotra everyday with full devotion and dedication is blessed with Lord Vishnu’s blessings for all round success, and well- being for self and the family. As per Vishnu Sahastranaam, "No evil will befall a man here or hereafter that is the final liberation or Moksha”.
Paath Description:
Swasti Vaachan, Shanti Paath, Sankalp, Ganesh Sthapan, Kalash Sthapan, Vishnu Sthapan, Lakshmi Sthapan, Navgrah Sthapan, Agni Sthapan, Navgrah Mantra Japa, Vishnu Mantra Japa, Recitation of Vishnu Sahastranaam Stotra paath (11 times), Vishnu Puja, Homa with Honey, Ghee, Sugar, Til, Ashtagandh, Sandalwood powder, Navgrah Samidha , Purnahuti, Aarti and Prasad to Brahmins.
Duration: 6-7 Hrs.
Number of Pundit/s: 4
Cost: Rs.15,001/-
Prasadam:
The Yajmaan will receive a Vishnu Yantra, Tulsi Japmala, and Vishnu Sahastranaam (book) and a recording of around 45 – 60 minutes covering the most important parts of the Puja and Prasad from the Puja.