Tripindi Shradha Puja is Pind daan. If anyone in the family from the last three generations has passed away in a very young age or old age, then those souls cause problems to us. If, for continuous three years, this ritual is not made to departed souls, then the dead gets angry, so to calm them, this offering is mainly made. This is a very important Ritual in Hindu culture.
As per the ancient scripture Shradha Kamalkar, it is said that Shradha of ancestors should be performed two times a year. If it is not done for many years, then ancestors remain unhappy, causing various problems to next generations.
Most people think Tripindi Shradha relates to satisfying past three generations like forefathers (father-mother, Grandfather- Grandmother, and Great grandparents), but it is not just for three generations. Any soul who is not satisfied in his life and passed away, such souls troubles their future generations. Such souls can be sent to eternal spirit by performing this ritual, "Tripindi Shradha" at Trimbakeshwar.
The Ritual is performed using three Brahmins, also called Tripindi Shradha. It is widely performed in Nashik district, Maharashtra. This Ritual contains various types of poojas, such as removing Pitru dosh, Abhishek, etc.
The blessing of ancestors gives the family and family members happiness, peace, wealth and health to stay disease-free. Because of this puja, one will get progress in his professional life. All the problems and issues related to professional or career life, marriage, education will get solved. After his death, an individual receives free salvation if he has done this Tripindi Shradha rite for his forefathers.
Usually, when a middle or old age human is passed away, people do their Pind Daan, Shardha, and other rituals, but when people at a young age, passed away, then not all the rituals are done correctly. Which further causes their soul to being human bondage and drives issues to us; hence Tripindi Shardha is to be done to set those souls free and attain their way to heaven.
It is essential to do Shradha every year on their death anniversaries along with familiar Shardha has to be done in the month of Bhadrapad "Pitrupaksh," which is known as "Samvatsarik Shardha" and "Mahalaya Shardha."
Suppose either of these Shradha is not performed continuously for three continuous years. In that case, it causes Shardha loop that causes pain and problems to our forefathers' souls in our present lives as predecessor expect Moksha through us, which is known as Pitrudosh. And Tripindi Shardha is one way to get rid of this dosha, as specified in ancient scriptures.
The person whose birth chart (Kundali) has this kind of dosha has to perform Tripindi Shradha for his ancestor's Moksha. Either married or unmarried people can do this right. An only a single woman cannot do Tripindi Shardha.
Duration: This Pooja can take 2-3 hours to complete.
Kalash staphana, Panchang staphana, Gauri Ganesh pooja, Shodash mateika poojan, Navgrah Pujan, Sarvotahabadhta poojan, Swasti vachan, Sankalpa, Ganesh Mahadev poojan, Abhishek, Planetary chanting, Deep pujan, Varun poojan, Shankh poojan, Tarpan ( from father's, mother's, and wife's side ), Shadopchar, Triphindhi Pooja, Pind daan, Visarjan, Donation to Brahmin, Cow feeding.
The Hindu (Sanatan Dharma) belief is that those who visit Trimbakeshwar attain salvation or Moksha. It is considered very auspicious to many other Hindu temples. This Temple is most convenient and essential for this particular Ritual. It is believed that this place is the origin of the Godavari River, which depicts birth after the end, which is easy. Shradha also makes it easier to attend salvation after death.
Trimbakeshwar is also known as sacred and the best place to perform various rituals situated in Nasik, Maharashtra. Trimbakeshawr is one of tirtha kshetra and one among the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. So, performing any Pooja at this holy place gives a good result.
To protects from various issues like Clashes in the house, lack of happiness, peace, misfortune, untimely death, marriage problems, unsatisfaction, offspring problems, etc. Tripindi Shradha Puja is performed at Kushavart Tirth, Trimbakeshwar.
In this puja, Trinity Lord Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh are devotedly worshipped, representing honorable, majestic, and anger. So, to relieve the hardship of ethical dead bodies, regal dead bodies, and hot-tempered dead bodies, Lord Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh, are worshipped, respectively.
As per theology, performing the Tripindi Shradha at trimbakeshwar will get salvation to every unsatisfied and displeased ancestors' soul. For booking or inquiry of Tripindi Shradha at Trimbakeshwar, you can go through the above section of "contact us," where you will get our Purohit's contact information for performing Tripindi Shradha of your ancestors.
Indian culture is very much known for its Rituals and the way they are performed. Each Ritual has its importance, which is seen throughout the process of the Pooja. Many rituals have scientific evidence and need to be done. Many scientists and philosophers say that these rituals can create stability and wealth in one's life if performed with all the faith. In this very culturally rich country, there is also one culture related to previous generations' death. It is considered that death is the end, but it is the beginning of new life, and to create a new life, Aatma or soul should leave the old body and embrace the new life.
The world is cyclic, and everything is revolving. Your karma is the same; wherever you go, they come back to you. It is very important that everyone related to you and your well-being should be satisfied and happy. This Shradha states precisely the same, aatma is cyclic; it has no end, and it can at the same time benefit you and make you prosperous in terms of education, wealth, experience, and happiness. It is noteworthy to fulfill these free aatma and souls to make our life stress-free. Shradha is a Sanskrit word that combines two words: "Sat" for reality and "Adhar" for foundation.
As a consequence, it refers to anything or any act that is undertaken with honesty and faith. "Shraddhyaa Kriyate Yaa Saa," "Shradh is the rite performed to satiate one's ancestors." This Ritual reflects a person's undying love for them. It is a sensitive and sincere appreciation of our generations and makes them fulfill.
If we think precisely, this Shradha Vidhi can benefit us for various reasons; homage to the ancestors and respect towards them can create stability between the Descendents' souls. Expressing gratitude can make a clean way which can benefit us through the entire life. This process is not only done for present securing it also helps our coming generations and children. Nowadays, people think about scientific reasons, but these can be reasons to do these poojas.
Tripindi Shradha Puja Cost will totally depend on the Puja Samagri used by Guruji. For more details, you can directly call the Purohit Sangh Guruji's. All kinds of Puja will be performing at a low price in Trimbakeshwar Temple Nashik, Maharashtra.
We can also perform Common Pooja in Trimbakeshwar.
Out of thousands of Hindu deity's Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Mahesh are concerned about this particular Ritual. Lord Brahma is considered the God who created the entire world; as the creator of the new soul. The Power of Vishnu Pooja can be used to relax all the angry souls and bring them peace. And to make the afterlife work Lord Mahesh is worshiped. The people who are passed away in childhood and elderly and their spirit and wishes are not fulfilled, is in the same state to get salvation; these three gods can impact it.
As per the Garuda Purana, after 13 days from the death of that person's soul, the person starts its journey for Yamapuri, and it takes 17 days to reach there. For a further eleven months, the soul travels, and only in twelve months, it comes to the court of Yamaraj. At the period of eleven months soul has no access to food and water. So, it is stated that "Pinddaan" and" Tarpan" done by the family members satisfy the hunger and the thirst of the soul during the journey till it reaches the court of Yamaraj, and that is the reason Shradha rituals are considered very important during the first year of the death.
“ओम श्रीम् सर्व पितृ दोषो निवारनाय कालेशं हं सुख शांतिं देहि चरण स्वाहा”
The karmic debt of the forefathers, Pitra Dosh, is expressed in the horoscope as a planetary sequence. Pitra Dosh is a series of bad luck that exists in people's lives due to the curse imposed on them by their forefathers who have passed away. Pitru dosh can cause a lot of stress in the family and cause a lot of restlessness. It may also occur due to ancestors being overlooked and not being given their due in the form of Shradha, charity, or spiritual advancement.
People who die and leave their bodies join the realm of the forefathers, known as Pitru Loka. Those who live in the pitru Loka suffer from extreme hunger and thirst. On the other hand, they cannot eat anything on their own and must rely on the offerings made to them during Shraadha rituals. As a result, the children need to reconcile them by continuing to observe the Shraadha ceremony. Failure to do so will provoke the forefathers' wrath and result in Pitru Dosh.
Pitra Dosh is not a forefather's curse. It is, however, a karmic debt owed to the ancestors, which must be paid by someone with Pitru dosh in their astrology. In simple terms, a Pitru Dosh appears in a person's horoscope when his or her ancestors have committed specific errors, offenses, or sins. As a result, this person repays the Karmic debt by enduring various punishments levied on him for those debts in multiple areas of his life. This dilemma is better explained by astrology. Beneficial planets avoid producing beneficial outcomes as a result of the inflicted planets' adverse effects.
Pitru Dosh is primarily responsible for life's misfortunes. It happens as a result of the souls of deceased ancestors not receiving Nirvana. It also occurs when departed ancestors' souls did not find peace or proper redemption at the time of their death. If a forefather's death was accidental or happened at a young age, it is assumed that the forefathers' soul or departed ancestors search earnestly for Moksha. Their souls do not achieve Nirvana due to their premature death and wander aimlessly on Earth. The second explanation is that their parental expectations are unfulfilled.
Amavasya and Ashtami are the best days to perform the Pitru Dosh Niwaran. On Pitru Paksha, some people perform this pooja. Furthermore, this Pooja must be performed on the last day of Pitra Paksha. This pooja should be done based on the person's Kundli and with the aid of an expert. For the Puja, Tripindi Shradh is used. Alongside the Kund, they perform Tripindi Shradh. On this Puja, people worship three Gods. After performing the Kalash Puja, worship Brahma, Vishnu, Shankar, and Gopal Krishna.
People perform a Pindh in honour of their ancestors who have passed away. From great-grandparents to uncles, aunts, brothers, sisters, mothers and fathers-in-law, and everyone else in the family who is no longer alive. It also includes the names of Gurujis who have died. These Pindhs are worshipped and given Kala Til, Jal, Pushpa, and Tulsi Leaves. The Vidhaan lasts 1.5 to 2 hours.
In the name of the forefathers who are no longer living, Bhakt will offer food and clothing.