How to Do Pitru Paksha Puja Process at Home | Last Journey
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Pitru Paksha Service by the Last Journey
Pitru Paksha is a 16-day lunar cycle that includes Mahalaya Amavasya (Pitru Amavasya) when food is offered to ancestors. The souls of three preceding generations of one’s ancestor reside in Pitru–loka, a place between heaven and earth, and performing Pitru Tarpan (Tarpanam), Shradh Puja (Pind Daan) / Shraddha during Pitru Paksha are obligatory for ancestors. For Hindus, Pitru Paksha is a fortnight dedicated to honouring their ancestors and paying off their karmic debts. During this fortnight, Hindus undertake Shraddha (Tithi). Every Hindu is required to do Pitru Paksha/Mahalaya Paksha rites on an annual basis, following the correct procedures.
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This puja done by a knowledgable pandit would provide good fortune to their descendants, as well as positive energies for advancement. The descendent also receive material assistance from the pitra/forefathers. As material hurdles or challenges are removed, this can considerably assist the individual in spiritual advancement. This puja is extremely strong and has a positive impact on one’s health as well as the treatment of major illnesses. This is done to aid in the recovery of chronic diseases and other bodily ailments. Those who are constantly afflicted should perform this pooja to speed up their healing.
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Giving the ultimate token of respect to ancestors through offerings is a kind act. Dedicating a few days annually from a busy schedule to honour one’s ancestors and seek blessings from previous generations is considered to be one of the most significant religious acts an individual should make in life. Last Journey is ready to assist you in creating an exclusive and personalised honour for you and your loved one.
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The deceased soul is honoured with a Shradh ritual. This ceremony is held every year on the same tithi that the soul died away. The Karta receives the full benefit of this ceremony if it is performed with absolute faith and a calm mind. Their ancestors’ blessings will always be with them. By conducting this ceremony, one gains Pithrus’ blessing, which will assist them in achieving their goals without difficulty.