Atha Mahaa Naivedyam Samarpayaami.
Raajaanna Soopa Ghritha Bhakshya
Samyuktha Mahaa Naivedyam Samarpayaami. Om Bhoorbhuvassuvah. Om Thath
Savithur Varenyam. Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi. Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayaath.
Water from the Kalasam should be
sprinkled on Mahaa Naivedyam using a flower.
Sathyam Thvarthena Parishamchaami.
The devotee should gently wave his
open palm from the Mahaa Naivedyam towards the Lord, symbolising that he is
offering it for the Lord's pleasure.
Om Praanaaya Swaahaa. Om Apaanaaya
Swaahaa. Om Udaanaaya Swaahaa. Om Samaanaaya Swaahaa. Om Brahmane Swaahaa.
Madhye Madhye Paaneeyam Samarpayaami.
( pour a spoonful of water in the plate.)
Aaposhanam Samarpayaami. (pour a spoonful of water in the plate.)
Thaamboolam Samarpayaami. (Betel
leaves, betel nuts and a coin will be offered)
Suvarna Manthra Pushpam Samarpayaami.
Aathma Pradakshina Namaskaaraan Samarpayaami.
The devotee should stand up. He should
go round himself three times with palms joined in namaskar-posture. Then he
should sit down and proceed with the pooja.
Anyadhaa Saranam Naasthi. Thvameva
Saranam Mama. Thasmaath Kaarunya Bhaavena Raksha Sai-Easwara Prabho.
Anayaa Dhyaana Aavaahanaadi Shodasa
Upachaarayaa Bhagavan Sarvaathmakah. Sarva Devathatheetha Swaroopa Sri
Sathya Sai Devathaa Prasaadam Sirasaa Gruhnaami.
The devotee should respectfully
take a flower from the pooja and place it on his head as prasadam. He should
also take a small portion from the Naivedyam and eat it as prasadam. Those
present at the pooja should also be given a flower each and some portion of