Living in harmonious equilibrium with the self, the people around, the home and workplace in an integral part of the Hindu way of life.
To that end, our ancient scriptures have prescribed specific rituals, yagnas and Poojas that help us attain spiritual peace, health, prosperity and an overall sense of well- being.
One of the most revered amongst the plethora of Hindu rituals doubtless, is the performance of the Satyanarayan Katha.
Satyanarayan Katha finds its origins in the Reva Khand of the Skandha Puran, where Lord Vishnu himself propagates how we can lead a life devoid of sins and sorrows by following the guidelines laid down in the katha. These 'guidelines' manifest themselves through five symbolic tales, each one dwelling on a specific aspect.
The first one deals with the importance of dedication in our personal and professional lives.
The second one emphasizes the value of genuine devotion while worshipping the Lord.
The third tale teaches us to have faith in ourself and lead a virtuous life.
The fourth one highlights the hurdles that we might encounter when we shy away from duties and responsibilities.
The fifth story talks about the importance of the Lord’s blessing and benevolence in our lives.
Satyanarayan Katha’s popularity has only increased in the contemporary world and is performed with heartfelt devotion by most households and institutions alike.
Times Music and Inner voice come together once again to present discerning audiences with a simple yet richly absorbing literary creation based on the authentic Satyanarayan Katha in fluent and inspiring Hindi.
This makes for an extremely comprehensible and exhaulted hearing without losing on the essence of the original Sanskrit text.
Come, discover a deeper understanding of your favourite ritual and enjoy as it enlightens you day after day.
|Gayatri Invocation||Invocation||Signature Prayer of|
|Introductory Commentary||Inner Voice sung by Pandit Jasraj & written by|
|Satyanarayan Katha (Adhyaya 1)||Shri Shyam Manohar Goswami|
|Satyanarayan Katha (Adhyaya 2)||Music||Kedar Pandit|
|Satyanarayan Katha (Adhyaya 3)||Principal Singer||Rattan Mohan Sharma|
|Satyanarayan Katha (Adhyaya 4)||Katha & Lyrics||Written by Shri Rajendra Kumeria|
|Musical Namavli of Narayan||Recordist||Mahesh Amberkar|
|Satyanarayan Aarti||(Studio 2000, Mumbai)|