New Delhi, Sep 26 (IANSlife) A very significant and highly auspicious rite in the Hindu religion is called "Pind Daan." Check out the top five sites in India where you can perform the 'pind daan' ceremony that will aid your ancestors in achieving moksha.
Popular Locations for Pind Daan in India: According to Hindu tradition, performing 'Pind Daan' for a relative who has died during the 'Pitru Paksha' time period is seen as a very auspicious act.
Hindu mythology asserts that numerous mythical works have references to the auspicious practise of paying respects to the souls of the deceased. If 'Pind Daan' gift is not made, it is claimed, the dead soul would not find salvation.
Giving 'Pind' is seen as extremely lucky in many parts of India. Thousands of people visit the Pind Daan locations daily to offer prayers.
Brahma Kapal, Uttarakhand
The Uttarakhand location of Brahma Kapal is well known for both its picturesque surroundings and for being a sacred site. Thousands of people travel to Brahma Kapal in Uttarakhand, which is close to the Badrinath temple, on the occasion of "Pitru Paksha," to contribute "Pind."
Triveni Sangam, Prayagraj
Similar to how the Uttar Pradesh cities of Haridwar and Varanasi are well known throughout India for its Pind Daan, Prayagraj Raj's Triveni Sangam is likewise regarded as a very sacred location for "Pind Daan." The confluence of India's three holiest rivers—the Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati—is known as Triveni Sangam.
Bodh Gaya, Bihar
In Bihar, Bodh Gaya is regarded as a highly well-known and well-liked tourist attraction. It is highly known for both its mythology and beauty. Legend has it that the 'Pind Daan' offered here was referenced in the 'Ramayana' and 'Mahabharata' as well. As a result, on the festival of Pitru Paksha, individuals travel to Bodh Gaya to make "Pind" donations.
In India, Mathura is regarded as a particularly sacred religious region. The city of Lord Shri Krishna is another name for Mathura. On the Yamuna River's banks stands this renowned city. According to legendary tales, anyone makes a "pind" donation for their ancestors on the Yamuna River's banks in Mathura receives salvation and enters heaven.
India regards Dwarka as a very significant and holy location.It is regarded as one of the nation's "Char Dham" pilgrimage destinations and is also well-known for being the home of Lord Krishna and the Dwarkadhish Temple.