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Moksha Narayan Bali

Gokarna Pitru Puja Tripindi Shradha

Gokarna Tripindi Shradha-Pinda Daan Tarpana

  • 1 h 30 min
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  • Gokarna

Service Description

As we find ourselves at the crossroads of the past and the present, Tripindi Shradh serves as a kind of spiritual time machine. It gives us a peek into the past and a chance to shape our future. This ritual connects us to our ancestors, making their voices heard in our lives today and helping us find balance with them. It’s like a starting point for building a better relationship with our ancestors. Tripindi Shraddha is a combination of two words Tri which means Three and Pind means contribution to the left spirits of the Pitru. The pind is made up of a combination of boiled rice, dark sesame seeds, barley flour and pure ghee. The Tripindi Shradha Puja is for giving proper respect to three generations of ancestors. These are the customs that purge every one of the wrong doings that led the withdrawn spirit to find happiness. The ritual of offering “pind” or “pind daan”, by a person to the ancestors during the Tripindi Shraddha Puja. The belief is that by offering these symbolic heaps of rice, the negative energies that departed souls might be holding can be pacified. It is conducted by the priests, and it includes recitation of powerful Mantras. Families undertake Tripindi Shraddha Puja with the intention of resolving ancestral afflictions, balancing Karmic debts and fostering generational harmony. As with many rituals, Tripindi Shradh Puja reflects the intricate interplay of cultural beliefs, spiritual values, and the desire to maintain a connection with one’s ancestors across the fabric of time. Tripindi Shraddha and Pitra Dosh Puja are two important rituals deeply rooted in Hindu Traditions that revolve around the concept of honoring and seeking blessings from the departed soul. Tripindi Shradh Puja stands as a spiritually significant ceremony aimed at providing peace and resolution to departed soul who might be in the state of unrest. By doing Pind Daan or offering heaps of rice to three generations of ancestors in Gokar, families believe they can provide calmness to the souls and foster generational harmony. On the other hand, Pitra Dosh Puja states the astrological connection of ancestral negative affliction, which can be easily controlled by performing some remedies. Both rituals reflect the intricate blend of cultural beliefs and spiritual values, showcasing the deep connection between the living and the departed soul. ​For more information or any queries please feel free to contact us.

Contact Details

  • Gokarna, Karnataka, India


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