Shukravar Vrat Katha
Vrat Katha is done for blessings of Devi Maa. The Katha describes the story of
an old Brahmin lady in Mirpur, Sirohi, Rajasthan named Yashoda Vyas who had
seven children. Satyavati Vyas was the spouse of the youngest son of Yashoda
Vyas. The son goes away to look for his fortune. and obtains work with a
vendor, Seth Ramchand Gupta. Whereas his significant half was tormented by her
in-laws Champa, Durga, and Maya Vyas. Satyavati performs worship and keeps
Santoshi Ma vrata. Subsequently, Santoshi Mata gives darshan to her husband and
asks him to return. The husband returns and helps Satyavati but the in-laws
still plot and get the husband arrested. Satyavati again worships Maa Santoshi
and She helps the husband get discharged from jail and also Satyavati soon bore
a child, Shivkumar Vyas.
Benefits of Shukuravar Vrat Katha
For health, wealth, success and prosperity
For women who want to bore a baby
Duration: 3 hours priests: 1 Chants:1100
Puja Service include
Swastivachan, Sankalp, Ganesh Pujan, Kalash Sthapana, Punyiyahvachan, Abhishek, Shodask matrika Kuldevi Pujan, Navgraha Mandal Pujan, 108 chants of Ganesh and nine Planets, Santoshi Maa Pujan , Yantra Pujan and Abhishekam, , Santoshi Maa Vrat Katha, Havan Aarti, Mantra Pushpanjali, Bhramin Bhojan
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