For all unnatural deaths, there are no rituals such as Cremation, Tarpana, Shraaddha, etc.

The Narayana Bali Pooja is performed for cases such as:

  • Untimely Death
  • Unnatural Death in the Family due to lightning strike/earthquake
  • Death of an Unmarried Man/Woman
  • Ancestral Curse (Pitru Dosha/Preta Baadhe)
  • Abnormal Death due to Accident/Disease
  • Delay in Marriage
  • Child Birth Delay/Issue
  • Business/Financial Problems
  • Family Separation

Narayana Bali Pooja is performed similar to the Hindu Cremation/Funeral Rituals wherein Veda Mantras are chanted to invoke and liberate the departed souls. Hence, this is also called as Moksha Narayana Bali pooja. The Narayana Bali rites are based out of one of the chapters in the Garuda Purana.

Due to such life and death related events, if you feel that a ritual needs to be performed four your ancestors, then this pooja can performed by consulting us.

Please note that this pooja is performed on any Pornami (Poornima) day or Amavasya day and also during Pitru Paksha.

The Narayana Bali pooja is performed to provide solutions to the above-mentioned problems.

Once you perform this pooja, you will reap benefits such as Good Health, Success, Prosperity, Peace of mind and it will fulfil your wishes with respect to Marriage, Children and Ancestral issues.

The Narayana Bali pooja is performed on the First day before the Naga Bali Pooja.


The Naga Bali pooja is performed on the second day after the Narayana Bali pooja.

Naga Bali is performed to get away with the sin caused by killing a snake (Cobra) either intentionally or accidentally. The Cobra is worshipped across our country, India. It is believed that when a person kills a snake, then he/she is cursed with Naga Dosha/Sarpa Dosha as it is considered as a sin. This results in problems such as:

  • Delay in Marriage
  • Child Birth Delay/Issue
  • Business/Financial Problems
  • Family Separation

To overcome such sins and problems, the Naga Bali pooja has to be performed for removing such doshas, mitigating problems and getting peace of mind.


Since, both Narayana Bali and Naga Bali poojas are performed consequently, they are usually referred to as Narayana Naga Bali Pooja as well.


Tripindi Shraaddha is performed to the departed ancestors of past multiple generations. This procedure is done if the regular Shraaddha has not been performed for the last three years due to multiple reasons.

It is believed that if Tripindi Shraaddha is not done constantly for three years, then the soul of the departed starts to wander like a Preta (Bhoota). The ill effects of this are:

  • Preta Baadhe
  • Pitru Dosha
  • Delay in Marriage
  • Child Birth Delay/Issue
  • Business/Financial Problems
  • Family Separation

This ritual is performed to satisfy the ancestors by providing offerings (Pinda Daana), that is, Tripindi Shraaddha is a ceremony of offering food and water to the departed ancestral souls. It is believed that by providing this offering in the memory of the ancestors, their departed soul shall become calm and attain peace and finally moksha.

You should perform the Pinda Daana ritual with complete dedication and faith.

A couple, a widower are allowed to perform this ritual. A single woman is not allowed to perform this ritual.

If Narayana Bali and Naga Bali is complete, then the Tripindi Shraaddha need not be done separately.


Vinayaka Shanti is performed by persons having Kuja Dosha or other Jaataka Doshas. This is performed for achieving success in finding the right matrimonial life partner and to get relief from the doshas in your horoscope.

It is believed that having such doshas might result in problems like:

  • Inter-Caste Marriage
  • Problems with Children
  • Negative Influences
  • Distorted Education

Therefore, by performing the Vinayaka Shanti pooja, it would help the respective boy and girl (matrimony) in finding suitable partners which results in a good life later.