Samvatsarikam Service in Varanasi

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Samvatsarikam Service in Varanasi
Samvatsarikam Service

 

Shradh ritual which is performed on the First death anniversary of the deceased souls will be called as Samvatsarikam. Generally Samvatsarikam is a three days ritual which includes first day  Unabdikam, second day Samvatsaravimoka, and third day Abdikam. Performing all these rituals in Varanasi will bring more peace to the departed soul.

While Performing Samvatsarikam on the day all descendent family members will come together and the elder most son as a main karta will performs the Samvatsarikam and completes all the rituals along with he will be offering daan to the deserving brahmins as per shastras and purana to get the blessings of Pitru devatas.

Samvatsaravimoka is the Shradh performed the day before the Abdikam. Abdikam has to be performed on particular tithi of departure.

After completing these shradhs, each year Pratisamvatsarikam should also be performed. Due to some problems one wasn't able to perform all these sradhas, those can perform three shradas from the day of Unabdikam to Abdikam. The person has to complete all these shradas which he wasn't able to perform previously on the day of Unabdikam.

In Varanasi every year many death anniversary rituals will be performed because of the holiness of this city. From Anthyesti you can arrange the Purohit service in Varanasi for performing all these rituals.

Why We Need to Perform Samvatsarikam:
  • By performing Samvatsarikam one will get divine blessings of Pitru devatas,
  • Through Samvatsarikam ritual Pithru will be able to reach pitru loka without any obstacles.
  • The deceased family members will get rid of pitra dosha by performing Samvatsarikam puja and also help in the family growth.
  • The family members and relatives who all are attending this Samvatsarikam Ritual and the person who is performing all the rituals will be blessed with good health and wealth by the pitru devathas.

 

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.