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Shaligram Shala puja service, include Vedic Pitru Paksha and Shraadh Pujas for departed souls. We conduct pujas like Mahalaya Shradh Puja, Narayan Nagbali, Shradh puja, Tripindi, Pitru Dosh Nivaran and other pujas which are specially performed only for the departed soul. These pujas and rituals are conducted on behalf of you to remove struggle and obstacles from your life and to pacify and liberate souls of your departed ancestors. These pujas and rituals are strictly performed as per Vedic scriptures by our learned scholarly priests trained from Kashi Gurukul. We conduct individual and group puja as per your preference. You can book online Puja or contact us for Puja service.

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What is the Mahalaya Shradha?

Mahalaya is the beginning of Devi-Paksha and the end of the Pitri-Paksha. Mahalaya is observed 7 days before the Durga Puja. This period is very important and special for observances of shraddha. It is also called Pitr paksha, Mahalaya paksha, Pitri Pokho, Pitru paksha, sola shraddha.

Tripindi Shraddha

Tripindi Shraddha is known as kamya Shraddha. The soul of a departed person, whose Shraddha was not been performed continuously for a period of 3 years, gets converted into the category of Pret (just like a ghost). Amavas is the day of Pitars. On this day, Shraddha should be performed. This shraddha conducted when an atmosphere of quarrel in the house, The marriage of son or daughter becomes difficult in spite of their attaining the age of marriage, Sometimes a businessman becomes bankrupt, Always the deceased person comes in the dream and Unbearable pains are to be suffered due to the effect of black magic.

Benefits of Narayan Bali Puja

- Get rid of the ancestral curse and all obstacles, bad dreams & hindrances are dispelled.
- Our ancestors will remain rest in peace and blessings of them are secured.
- It helps to get rid of the Negative effect of Pitru Dosha in the horoscope.
- Secures the Family from all the bad spirits after the performance of rites and the blessings of ancestors are received.

Pitru Dosh Nivaran

Pitra are people (ancestors/forefathers) who died of unusual deaths and did not attain salvation due to lack of religious rituals, a Dosha develops into ones horoscope, which is known as Pitra Dosha. Pitra Dosha can lead to many sufferings in life due to which people perform remedies for the conciliation of Pitra Dosha. Pitra dosh nivaran puja is to remove all these obstacles and lead a happy life by completing the unfulfilled wishes of our forefathers.

Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple

Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple is an ancient Hindu temple in the town of Trimbak, in the Nashik District of Maharashtra, India and built by Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao (Nanasaheb). It is dedicated to the god Shiva. This is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Shree Trimbakeshwar Temple is located at a distance of about 28 km from Nashik City. The temple is placed between 3 hills i.e Brahmagiri, Nilagiri and Kalagiri. After entering the sanctum sanctorum inside the temple, only the Argha of the Shivalinga is visible, not the linga. On looking carefully, three Lingas of one inch each are seen inside the Argha. In Trimbakeshwar Jyortiling, Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh are all three, which is the biggest feature of this Jyotirlinga. Only Lord Shiva is enthroned in other Jyotirlingas.

Nashik-Trimbakeshwar Simhastha | Kumbh Mela Nashik

It is a Hindu sacred Mela held every 12 years. Nashik (Trimabakeshwar) is the holy city and place of Simhastha Kumbha Mela bathing festivals. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu dropped drops of amrita (the drink of divinity) at four places, while transporting it in a Kumbha (pot). These four places, including Nashik, are known as the present-day place of the Kumbh Mela. The festival involves ritual bathing on the banks of Godavari river, at the Trimbakeshwar and the Ram Kund in Nashik. Until 1789, the festival was held only at Trimbak, but after a conflict between Vaishnavites and Saivites, the Maratha Peshwa divided the Vaishnavites to the Nashik city.

Godavari River

Trimbak is the origin of the holy Godavari River, the longest river in peninsular India. The Godavari is Indias 2nd longest river after the Ganga river. Its source is Kusavarta Kund (divine pond) in the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple Nashik, Maharashtra. It flows east for 1,465 kilometers, flowing from the states Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, ultimately emptying into the Bay of Bengal through its extensive chain of rivers. The Godavari river is named as the Vridha Ganga. The total coverage area of Godavari River is 312,812 km2 (120,777 sq mi), which is approximately 1:10 of the area of India.

How to Use and Place the Puja Tokri Ingredients

After Performing each Puja or energization or pran pratishtha ritual we send Puja Tokri that incorporates Red Thread (Moli), Haldi (turmeric) and Kumkum, an energized Yantra, a fortune yantra coin (Lakshmi, Ganesh and Saraswati), Rudraksha bead, a small size Nariyal, an energized Taveez having Homa Bhasma in pure silver, betel nut, Dry Prasadam and Akshata (Colored Rice) etc.

Haldi, Kumkum and Colored Rice: These sacred objects are implemented on the forehead for the duration of a Puja or offered to Yantras/Deity idols. Haldi (Turmeric powder) represents purity; it gets rid of negativity. In the Ayurvedic Shastra, it acts as an anti-septic agent. Kumkum is related to existence, fertility and movement. Rice grains constitute wealth and prosperity. They are offered to the deities whilst chanting mantras. All these things are to be placed in your home puja altar or temple. You must use them if possible in yout daily puja ritual.

Yantra: A Blessed Yantra is found for your Puja altar or money safe or carried in pockets. A Yantra is the representation of sacred geometric symbols. its the middle point encircled by the geometries. Symbolically, it factors to our herbal location; this can be the centre during which the Divine lives, our journey from being outward to being inward, achieving the center.. It is going away from lack of knowledge to merging with the Divine at the centre. Yantras are the diagrammatic representations of various Vedic mantras and consequently resonate tremendous energies, disperse bad energies and spiritually elevate the people using them.
Placement of Yantra: You may also place it close to the doorway of your home/workplace/store or on your residing room or reception or room or office cabin. You can also preserve it on a table or use it as a wall striking. Yantra be placed in the East part of your house facing the West direction.

Rudraksha Bead: An energized Rudraksha Bead to be positioned in an altar or your money secure. By carrying energized Rudraksha beads, one surely feels pure in their body and mind. Even the mere sight of a Rudraksha bead or the devotees carrying such beads is incredibly sanctifying. Japas or meditation on the beads without a doubt liberates your mind from poor feelings. You can wear the Rudraksha bead on your neck or carry it with you in your bag. Also you can place it in your home puja altar or temple.

Potli: A potli includes Gomati Chakra, Cowrie, Sriphal and Shell to be saved in coin fields or pockets or cash lockers for economic prosperity and also protects from monetary debacles. Gomati Chakra is related to Goddess Lakshmi. If you closely understand the word, the Gomati Chakra looks like the Sudarshan Chakra or Discus of Lord Krishna. It is believed that the Gomati chakras formed a part of Lord Krishnas majestic palaces in Dwaraka. These chakras embellished the walls and the Lords palaces. Cowrie Shells denote the strength of future, fertility, birth and wealth. Sriphal represents riches and fertility. Lastly shells also are used as tools to repel evil and negativity. This can be placed inside your cash box or you can place it in your home puja altar or temple.

Red Thread Moli: Energized Red Thread Moli is tied to your right wrist (for men) and left for women. Red is associated with lifestyles and strength. It reminds you of your Sankalp at some point of the puja. You can place this in your home puja altar or temple and use it in your daily puja rituals.

Fortune Coin: A blessed Ganesh, Lakshmi, Saraswati coin for your coin box. It represents by no means-finishing wealth and fortune. Lord Ganesha eliminates obstacles, Lakshmi represents auspiciousness and Saraswati represents knowledge. This can be placed inside your cash box or you can place it in your home puja altar or temple.

Tabeez / Kavach: A Pure Silver Tabeez having Homa Bhasma to be worn across the neck or kept in money safe. It suggests their divine energy whilst humans tie them on their fingers or cling in their neck. You can wear the Kavach on your neck or carry it with you in your bag. Also you can place in your home puja altar or temple.

Betel Nut: A Betelnut wrapped in Red Thread is kept on your Puja altar for auspiciousness. Placing it with Betel leaf signifies benefits, energy, excellent health and prosperity. This can be placed in your home puja altar or temple.