Brahmin Bhojanam Service in Varanasi

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Brahmin Bhojanam Service in Varanasi
Brahmin-Bhojan

 

Everyone has to perform shraddha for their deceased ancestors from their family. Performing all the shradha rituals at varanasi has more significance, one of those shraddha rituals is brahmin, bojana it is also believed as through this ritual it will be easy for the departed soul to go through further process and to reach pitru loka. Generally In shraddha two puja’s considered as most important one is pind dana and another puja is brahmin bojana in Varanasi. After the death, the deceased soul will reach to pitru loka as per the good and bad karma committed by the person. Performing shraddha puja is very important because the departed soul will reach the respective loka where the soul can receive the offering given by family members like food and water. And also it is believed that in brahmin bhojan time departed or ancestors' souls will come in brahmin to receive the food. Here Brahmins will act as a medium for pitru devatas. Because departed souls will not have any material body to receive the offerings directly. Anthyesti can arrange all kinds of Rituals in varanasi, for brahmin bhojan Anthyesti will arrange the food items along with the brahmins. In varanasi it will be difficult to find the brahmin as per the caste, community and language of your own. So to perform hassle free puja at varanasi book the services from Anthyesti.

If you're performing Homa or Shraddha rituals in Varanasi it has to be performed without any mistakes and with proper guidance then only the performed and their family members will get benefited from the puja. Antyesti will arrange all experienced pandits in Varanasi  to perform each ritual.

 

The Popular Places of Conducting Last Rites and Also Do Live Cremations in Varanasi Is :

Manikarnika Ghat : This is one of the holiest cremation grounds among the sacred riverfronts, alongside the river Ganga, in the city of Varanasi in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

Harishchandra Ghat : One of the numerous kings who ruled India and left an indelible impression on the Hindu way of life was Raja Harischandra. This ghat is named after him.

Dashashwamedh Ghat : Ganga Aarti (ritual of offering prayer to the Ganges river) is held daily at dusk. Several priests perform this ritual by carrying deepam and moving it up and down in a rhythmic tune of bhajans. Special aartis are held on Tuesdays and on religious festivals.