Pracheena Sri Satya Narayan Mandir is in Mohali, Punjab. The history of the temple could not be ascertained. However, the temple premises is reverberating with positive energy and spiritual calmness.
After crossing the arched entrance, there is a Shrine to our right.
Before reaching the door of this Shrine, we can see an arrangement of Deities in circle around the tree. Sri Santhoshi Mata, Sri Anjaneya, Sri Shiv and other Murthies are in the circle.
At the door of the first Shrine, Sri Nandi Murthy is stationed. Inside the sanctum, we first see Lord Shiva in Sri Shiv Ling form. We are allowed to take a steel container from the stand, fill it up with water from the tap and do abhishekam to Lord Sri Shiva. There is also another Sri Nandi here. The abhishekam is done by devotees on Sri Nandi, Sri Shiv and Sri Naga on the Shiv Ling.
After offering our prayers there, to our right, we can see the small sanctum of Sri Karthikeya who is also called as Sri Muruga. Apart from this, there are dedicated sanctums for Sri Shiv with Sri Parvathi, Sri Ram with Sri Seetha and Sri Krishna with Sri Radha.
After coming out of the first shrine and going forward, we sight a flight of broad stairs to our left.
On mounting the steps, we come across the second shrine. The structure is huge and mesmerizing to view.
This is a dedicated Sri Satya Narayana Swamy Shrine. We have to mount a few steps to have the darshan of Sri Vishnu Murthy.
Once we go around the sanctum in perambulation, we can see an arena at the ground level with steps, water fountain etc., It may be presumed that the arena is used for holding festivals and urchavs.
After perambulation, we sight another shrine dedicated for Lord Shiva.
Here, there is a Sri Shiv Ling at the centre with Sri Nandi and Sri Naga. Here also we are allowed to do abhishekams to Sri Shiv Ling.
The divine family of Lord Shiva, Sri Parvathi, Sri Ganesh and Sri Subramanya is depicted here in the Shrine.
On perambulation of this Shrine, we sight an idol of the cow.
Around the wall, there are depictions of Sri Shiv in various manifestations.
On completing the perambulation, we sight Sri Shani Mandir to our left. The entire Mandir is geometrically designed and the structure is in black. Havans, Parihara Pujas are done near the entrance of the Mandir.
After having the darshan, if we walk towards our right and go forward, we come back to the temple entrance.
The temple premises is idea for calm quite prayer and meditation. The serenity and the spiritual aura have to be experienced. It is really a wholly holy place.