Narayan Nagbali Pooja Trimbakeshwar
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Narayan Nagbali Puja is a three-day puja or ceremony performed at Trimbakeshwar Temple at Nashik in Maharashtra. This three-day religious ceremony includes Narayan Bali, Nag Bali, Ganesh Pujan, PunyaWachan and Nag Pujan. The two main ceremonies of this puja include Narayan Bali and Nag Bali, performed on the first and second days in a sequential order. On the third day, the Ganesh Pujan, PunyaWachan and Nag Pujan rituals follow.
There is a lot of relevance behind why people from the Hindu faith perform the Narayan Nagbali puja. It is performed to pray for the souls of people who have had an untimely death caused due to an accident or a sudden illness among other calamities. It has also been mentioned as a significant and much-required ritual in the famous Hindu book of spiritual discourse, the Garuda Puranas. Legend has it that there is no respite in the after lives of all those people who have had accidental deaths. Thus this puja applies to people of all castes in society. For a Brahmin or someone from the priestly caste who accidentally died, the puja must be performed within six months, for a Kshatriya or someone from the warrior caste, within three months, for a Vaishya or someone from the merchant caste within a month and a half, and for a Shudra or someone from the lowest echelons of the Hindu caste hierarchy, an instant puja is performed. This puja is supposed to the equivalent of the puja performed at a Hindu funeral.
It is important to understand the difference between the Narayan Bali and Nag Bali pujas. While the Narayan Bali puja is performed to pray for the soul of some who has had an accidental death, the Nag Bali puja is performed to atone for the sin of killing a snake or Nag by someone. At Trimbakeshwar temple, priests perform these pujas as suggested in the Hindu scriptures.