Book Now Tripindi Shraddh Puja 2020 with Auspicious Dates at Trimbakeshwar Temple (Tryambakeshwar), Nasik (MH, India)
Of all the temples and holy places in India, the Trimbak Temple located in Trimbakeshwar Tehsil of Nashik (Maharashtra, India) is the most sacred place for the performance of Tripindi Shradha. It is a famous puja and people throng to this Trimbak Temple for conducting this puja ritual in order to get relief from all types of ancestral curses and suffering. The Trimbak Temple is one of the twelve Jyotir Lingas of India. A Jyotirlinga described as in the Shiva Purana is associated with Lord Shiva. ‘Jyoti’ means ‘Divine light’ and ‘Linga’ meaning Lord Shiva, who is represented by the Shivalinga; so a Jyotirlinga means a radiant/Divine light of Lord Shiva and is revered as a center of powerful Shiva energies. The Trimbakeshwar Pind Daan puja performed here is highly auspicious and effective. Any person who gets the Tripindi Shradha puja at Trimbakeshwar done are blessed immensely by the ancestors.
In India, there are twelve Jyotirlingas, Somnath (Gujarat), Mallikarjuna (Srisailam, Andhra Pradesh), Mahakaleswar (Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh), Omkareshwar (Madhya Pradesh), Kedarnath in (Himalayas), Timbakkeshwar (Maharashtra), Bhimashankar (Maharashtra), Viswanath (Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh), Vaidyanath (Deoghar in Jharkhand), Nageshvara Jyotirlinga (Dwarka, Gujarat), Rameshwar (Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu) and Grishneshwar (Aurangabad, Maharashtra).
The term Tripindi is a compound of two words, ‘Tri’ means ‘three’ and ‘Pind’ means offerings to the departed souls of Pitru/Pitr or ancestors. The Pind is made of a mixture of boiled rice, black sesame seeds, Barley flour, Ghee (clarified butter). Tripindi Shraddha is a ritual or pooja wherein the offerings or Pind Daan are made to the ancestors of the past three (tri) generations. It is believed that the departed souls of ancestors who had an accidental death of any kind, be it a car accident, bitten by a poisonous animal, murder, etc., or who died with unfulfilled desires exert their influence (Pitru Dosha in Kundli) on their descendants in the family for their souls to get liberated. This Tripindi Shradha aims to appease the departed ancestors who reside in the Preta Yoni (like ghosts) because their family members fail to offer Shraadh to them.
Tripindi Shraddh aims to pacify, honor, and liberate their souls to move ahead in their onward journey in the other world and get free from the pangs of the material world. In this puja, forgiveness for the souls of ancestors is asked for from Divine. The Shraadh ritual turns more auspicious and beneficial if performed in the Pitrapaksh of the month of Bhadrapada (Sept-Oct). As per the Shastras or ancient Hindu scriptures, it is better if one periodically offers Shraadh to their ancestors on their death anniversary. When Shradha Puja is not done for three consecutive years then Tripindi Shraddh Puja should be offered so that the souls of one's ancestors can rest in peace. Apart from this, it benefits the individual performing this ritual and his/her family with blessings of the ancestors, peace, removal of obstacles, and many other such blessings. Both married and unmarried people can perform the Tripindi puja Trimbakeshwar. The Vidhi of Tripindi Shraddha should be performed by a qualified, suitable Pandit.
The most auspicious Mahurat to perform Tripindi Shraadh Puja at Trimbakeshwar is during Pitra Paksha (1st Sept - 17th Sept, 2020)
Why is Tripindi Shraadh Puja performed at the Trimbakeshwar (Trayambakeshwar) only?
Trimbak Temple, Trimbakeshwar, is an ancient and famous temple of Supreme Lord Shiva where many pujas, religious rites, and rituals are performed. The Trimbak Temple is one of the auspicious 12 Jyotirlingas, in India. Ancient scriptures such as Dharma Sindhu mention that the religious rites and rituals for pacifying the departed souls and for relieving oneself of Kaal Sarpa Dosha should be performed only at Trimbakeshwar, a fact corroborated in the Skanda Purana and Padma Purana. Tripindi Shradha Puja must be done at Trimbak Temple, as the temple has superior cosmic vibrations and so gives the best result of the puja and benefits of this Shradha. The presence of three Lingams inside the Trimbak temple, which denote the Divine Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesha (Shiva), makes this temple sacred and special. The ancient images of different Vedic deities such as Gangadevi, Jaleswara, Rameswara, Gautameswara, Kedarnath, Rama, Krishna, Parasurama, and Lakshmi Narayana. These unique features of lingams and deities make the Temple vibrant with cosmic energy which naturally nullifies the negative energies (Dosha, Karmic reactions, etc.). Therefore, it makes Trimbakeshwar Tripindi Pooja, a more effective ancestral puja, in comparison to other places where it is performed.
Moreover, in Trimbak Temple, Lord Shiva is the presiding deity. The Divine nature of Lord Shiva has been described by the Prajapatis in the Bhagavat Purana (8.7.22). Lord Shiva was requested to save the world when the deadliest poison Halahala emerged during the Churning of the Ocean (Samudra Manthana).
The Prajapatis said to Shiva: “O Lord, you are the cause of bondage and liberation of the entire universe because you are its ruler. Those who are advanced in spiritual consciousness surrender unto you, and therefore you are the cause of mitigating their distresses, and you are also the cause of their liberation. We, therefore, worship Your Lordship.”
At the request of the Prajapatis, demigods, and other heavenly personalities, Lord Shiva considered it His duty to protect and keep safe all living entities struggling for existence. Without hesitation, Lord Shiva drank the whole poison thereby saving each and every living being. This event indicates that it is only Lord Shiva who liberates the sinned from the reactions of their Karma. It is Lord Shiva only who liberates the suffering living beings. Lord Shiva purifies the malicious and rectifies the Dosha of any sort. Therefore, the Tripindi Shraddh Puja performed at Trimbak Temple is highly rewarding and auspicious.
Auspicious Dates 2020 for Tripindi Shraadh Puja in Trimbak:
June 2020: 1, 4, 8, 12, 18, 21, 22, 26, 30 July 2020: 5, 9, 16, 20, 23, 29 August 2020: 1, 5, 12, 16, 19, 28 September 2020: 2, 4, 5, 8, 13, 16, 17, 21, 25, 29 October 2020: 5, 9, 13, 16, 22, 26 November 2020: 2, 5, 9, 12, 15, 19, 22, 29 December 2020: 2, 7, 10, 13, 14, 17, 20, 26, 30
Tripindi Shraadh Puja at Trayambakeshwar by Rudra Centre
Rudra Centre has its own temple in Trayambakeshwar. Narayan Nagbali, Kaal Sarpa Dosha, Tripinda Shraddha pujas are performed here by the able karmakandi Pundits. All the rituals are performed as per the instructions in the scriptures.
Benefits of Doing Tripindi Shraddha Puja
The Tripindi Shraddha puja benefits the person and family performing the puja and his/her family. Since the Tripindi Shradha puja at Trimbakeshwar is for three generations of ancestors, is for Tripindi Shanti. Performed by following the Tripindi Shraddha Vidhi meticulously is rewarding and the effects manifest within a short period of time post performing this puja.
Tripindi Shraddh puja provides liberation and peace to the souls of one's ancestors.
Performing the Tripindi Shradha puja brings harmony in family relations.
Tripindi Shraddha puja provides relief from physical and mental ailments.
Tripindi Shradha benefits with financial flow and stability.
Performing the Tripindi Shraddh puja removes obstructions in life path, brings success in business/job/career, and blesses with peace of mind.
Tripindi Shraddh puja clears the way if the person performing the puja is facing delay in marriage and brings suitable proposals.
Protection from untimely, unnatural death is the merit gained from Tripindi puja Trimbakeshwar.
Meaning: समस्त देवताओं, पितरों, महायोगियों, स्वधा एवं स्वाहा सबको हम नमस्कार करते हैं यह सब शाश्वत फल प्रदान करने वाले हैं
We pray to all Gods, ancestors, Saints, Swadha and Swaha. May They shower us with their blessings.
About Trimbakeshwar Temple
Trimbakeshwar(Tryambakeshwar) Temple is one of the prime ancient temples in India dedicated to Lord Shiva. Located in Trimbak (Trimbakeshwar tehsil) in the Nashik District of Maharashtra, the Temple is regarded as one of the twelve sacred Jyotirlingas. Also, it is important to note that the longest river Godavari originates near Trimbak. The Temple premises have a holy Kunda (pond) called Kusavarta which is the source of Godavari. Read more about it here.
Rudra Centre temple in Tryambakeswar
Rudra Centre has it’s own divine temple in this holy city. Narayan Nagbali, Kaal Sarpa Dosha, Tripinda Shraadh pujas are performed here by the able karmakandi Pundits. All the rituals are performed as instructed in the scriptures.
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