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Magha Shradha – A Special Tithi During Pitru Paksha 2015

Magha Shradha – A Special Tithi During Pitru Paksha 2017 Pitru Paksha is a special time period during the Hindu year when Hindus pay their respects to the souls of their ancestors by performing Shradh rituals at holy locations. Pitru Paksha is a time period of 16 days during the Bhadrapada Maas of the Hindu …

Ashwin Sarv Pitru Amavasya – Ideal Time For Dan Punya Activities

Ashwin Sarv Pitru Amavasya Origin And Significance Ashwin Amavasya is the no moon day during the Ashwin month. It is also known as Sarv-pitruAmavasya and is ideal for earning the blessings of the souls of one’s ancestors. It falls on 12th October 2017, during the auspicious period of Pitru Paksha. It is considered to be …

Mahalaya Amavasya – The Final Day Of Pitru Paksha

Mahalaya Amavasya – The Final Day Of Pitru Paksha Pitru Paksha is a special time period during the Hindu year when Hindus pay their respects to the souls of their ancestors by performing Shradh rituals at holy locations. Pitru Paksha is a time period of 16 days during the Bhadrapada Maas of the Hindu month …

When Can Women Participate In Shradha Rituals

When Can Women Participate In Shradha Rituals Pitru Paksha is a special time period during the Hindu year when Hindus pay their respects to the souls of their ancestors by performing Shradh rituals at holy locations. Pitru Paksha is a time period of 16 days during the Bhadrapada Maas of the Hindu month when the …

Shradha Mantra Collection – Divine Chants For The Important Occasion

Shradha Mantra Collection – Divine Chants For The Important Occasion Pitru Paksha is a special time period during the Hindu year when Hindus pay their respects to the souls of their ancestors by performing Shradh rituals at holy locations. Pitru Paksha is a time period of 16 days during the Bhadrapada Maas of the Hindu …

6 Intriguing Facts About Pitru Paksha

Amazing Facts About Pitru Paksha 1. Pitru Paksha is a special time period during the Hindu year when Hindus pay their respects to the souls of their ancestors by performing Shradh rituals at holy locations. 2. Pitru Paksha is a time period of 16 days during the Bhadrapada Maas of the Hindu month when the …

Why Is Brahman Bhoj Significant During Shradh Rituals

Why Is Brahman Bhoj Significant During Shradh Rituals We all know that Hinduism is one of the oldest faiths in the world and that it has evolved a lot over thousands of years. It is a unique religion as it is practiced by Indians who speak different languages, have varied lifestyle habits and are culturally …

Pitru Paksha Shradh Ceremony – An Important Ritual For Our Ancestors

Pitru Paksha Shradh Ceremony – An Important Ritual For Our Ancestors Brahman Bhoj – The Holy Feast Brahman (for brahmin) bhoj (for feast) is a unique rituals of feeding Brahmins. It is considered highly auspicious. Brahman Bhoj is practiced on diverse occasions such as child’s birth, upanayana(the sacred thread ceremony, pitrupaksh, marriage and even Death. …

What Is The True Significance Of Brahman Bhoj

What Is The True Significance Of Brahman Bhoj We all know that Hinduism is one of the oldest faiths in the world and that it has evolved a lot over thousands of years. It is a unique religion as it is practiced by Indians who speak different languages, have varied lifestyle habits and are culturally …

Significance of Brahman Bhoj on Mahavir Jayanti

Why Brahman Bhoj on Mahavir Jayanti ? Brahman (for brahmin) bhoj (for feast) is a unique rituals of feeding Brahmins. It is considered highly auspicious. The purpose of Brahm-bhoj is to get their blessings, gain punya and satisfy the souls of forefathers. Brahmins are associated with the performance of all the Vedic rituals. It is said that …

Brahman Bhoj – Vidhi and Benefits

Brahman Bhoj Brahm (for brahim) bhoj (for feast) is a unique rituals of feeding Brahmins. It is considered highly auspicious. Brahman Bhoj is practiced on diverse occasions such as child’s birth, upanayana(the sacred thread ceremony, pitrupaksh, marriage and even Death.The purpose of Brahm-bhoj is to get their blessings, gain punya and satisfy the souls of …

Bhisma Dwadashi

Bhisma Dwadashi Bhisma Dwadashi falls on 31st January thia year which is the twelfth day of the Hindu month of Maag. It is also known as the Magh Shukla Paksh Dwadashi. Pandavas read the last rites for Pitamah Bhisma on the banks of river Ganga; after his soul began its journey to heaven. It is …

Vasant Panchami – the celebration of life

Vasant Panchami Vasant Panchami or Saraswati Puja (as it is known in Bengal) lies on the 24th of January, 2017. It is the festival that celebrates the arrival of the spring season. It is also known as the Shree Panchami and the Vasant Kite festival for Sikhs. Vasant Panchami is celebrated on the 5th day …

Why should we conduct Brahman Bhoj during Pitru Paksha?

Brahman Bhoj

What is Brahman Bhoj? Brahman Bhoj is a unique rituals of feeding Brahmins. Brahmins are associated with the performance of all the Vedic rituals. It is said that Brahmins have taken birth from the mouth of Lord Brahma. They are highly knowledgeable about Vedic texts. Brahman (for brahmin) bhoj (for feast). It is considered highly auspicious. Brahman Bhoj …

Shraddh rituals – Pitru Paksha 2013

Shraddh Rituals

Shraddh ritual in Pitru Paksha 2013 Shraddh rituals are performed during Pitru Paksha. In 2013 Pitru paksha begins from 19 September and end on 4 October. It is the time to pay tribute your dead ancestors. Shraddh rituals vary from region to region. However the main rituals like Brahman Bhoj and essence of puja remains same. Let’s …