Today, 12:13 AM
Powered by TourTravelWorld
Online pind daan / Representative pind daan service for NRI or Very Busy Person :
Online Pind Daan is a service given by us for people who have not time to visit to Gaya, Varanasi and Allahabad, but want to give Pind or Tarpan to his ancestors or departed family members, In this service, In behalf of you all the pooja is done by other people for your ancestors, and he or she will give Pind or Tarpan to your ancestors behalf of you, And for your confirmation of pind daan puja a video cd has been send to you via courier.
We provide this service to people who has no time to come Gaya, Varansai and allahabad. whether he or she is NRI or belongs from anywhere India.
The following information is required for offering Pind Daan
The complete Name and Address of the person for whom you want to offer Pind Daan.
- Your relationship with him.
- At what age He / She died.
- How many years or months or days back He or She died.
- Reason of Death
- Approximate Time of Death (in A.M. or in P.M.).
- Place of Death
- Scanned or Hard Copy of his or her Photograph (optional)
- One Photograph of deceased person.
- Name of family member on whose behalf the Puja is to be performed and a list of other family members.
- Permanent and Correspondense address
Our management / Brahman team will monitor the event personally. We will organize "Pandit" ,"Places" and all Puja elements (Puja Itmes,Vidhi,Mantra) of Puja as per your community like Punjabi, Marwari, Gujrati, Tamil, Bengalies or Maharshtrian etc. We will arrange video recording for all these events.
Note: - According to Garuda Purana and many Religious books, anyone can perform religious rituals on your behalf. It would be considered successful and all the credit will be yours, as if you performed them.
Online Pind Daan Package
- Pind Daan Puja
- Representative Charge (who will perform pind daan on behalf of you)
- Video Coverage
- Courier Charge
- Brahman Bhojan (11 Brahmans)
Day 1 : Pilgrimage in Gaya
Gaya is one of the famous holy cities of Hindus as well as Buddhists in India.There are a number of Ghats on the banks of Falgu river which are believed to be holy. It is believed by the Hindus that their visit to Gaya will result in salvation of the souls of their ancestors. There is a holy ritual, which is performed in Gaya by Hindus, which is known as 'Pinda Dan'. This is also one of the main reasons of Hindu visitors for planning a trip to Gaya. Gaya city is equally important for Buddhists as well. Gautam Buddha got enlightenment at Bodh Gaya, which is located at a distance of 15 km from Gaya city. After this incident, places near to Gaya have remained the citadel and hub of knowledge like Nalanda, Vaishali, Rajgir and Patliputra. In the ancient period Gaya had remained a part of the Magadh region.
HOW TO REACH GAYA:
Location: 100 kms from Patna, Bihar and sitting on the west part of Falgu river.
By Air: The flights of Indian Airlines, Go airways , Indigo & Jet airways connect PATNA with DELHI, KOLKOTTA & MUMBAI.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is Gaya. Trains from all major cities of india stops at gaya (bihar).
By Road: Patna to Gaya is 105 km. Local transport, buses & taxi are available. You can go VishnuPad Temple by your own private taxi & coaches.
456 kms from Kolkata.
Vishnupad Temple is located on the banks of Falgu river. It is believed that the temple has been built on the footprints of Lord Vishnu and that is why it has been named Vishnupad. A 40 cm long foot print of Lord Vishnu can be seen inside the temple imprinted on rock surrounded by silver plated basin. The temple was constructed by Queen Ahilya Bai in 1787 and is a must visit for those travelling Gaya.
Surya Kund is a major tourist attraction. It is located on the west side of the famous Vishnupad temple. Devotees believe that a holy dip in the pond gets rid them of their sins. The place is thronged by tourists during festival seasons. The festival is organized twice in a year, first in the months of March-April and second in the months of September-October. Surya Kund becomes most visited place on Chhath when Sun God is worshiped and people from near by places come to take a dip in the Surya Kund.
Bodhivriksha is the Banyan tree under which Gautam Buddha did meditation in the search of eternal truth. It is situated inside the Mahabodhi temple at Bodh Gaya, which is at a distance of 12 km from the Gaya city. It is one of the major attraction points for the visitors on Gaya tour.
Emperor Ashoka is believed to be the founder of Mahabodhi temple. It is a Buddhist temple and literally means 'Great Awakening Temple'. Holy Bodhi tree, under which Gautam Buddha got enlightenment, is also located next to the temple. It was constructed about 250 years after Lord Buddha attained enlightenment and attracts a large number of devotees on tour to Gaya.
Situated 25 kilometers away from Gaya, Barabar caves are great heritage of Bihar. Numbering four in total these caves go back to the second century BC and were carved during Ashoka period. Historical evidence shows that great Buddhist king Ashok built these caves for Ajivikas. Lomas Rishi cave is the most magnificent which is carved as a thatched hut and has a big chamber inside it. The chamber hall and other walls of the cave have been brightly polished. Ashoka’s grandson built other two caves Sudama and Chaupar which are equally magnificent.
Pretshila is situated 100 kilometers away from the capital city of Patna and has great religious importance. Brahma Kund is situated just bellow Pretshila hill where devotees take holy dip in the water and then move forward to perform the ritual of Pind Dan. The ritual of Pind Dan according to Brahminical writings gives peace the departed soul of the ancestors.
Gaya (Hindi: ),(Urdu: ) is the second largest city of Bihar, India, and it is also the headquarters of Gaya District. Gaya is 100 kilometers south of Patna, the capital city of Bihar. Situated on the banks of Falgu River (Niranjana, as mentioned in Ramayana), it is a place sanctified by the Hindu, the Buddhist and the Jain religions. It is surrounded by small rocky hills (Mangla-Gauri, Shringa-Sthan, Ram-Shila and Brahmayoni) by three sides and the river flowing on the fourth (eastern) side. The city has a mix of natural surroundings, age old buildings and narrow bylanes.
The Mangla Gauri temple in Gaya, Bihar, India has been mentioned in Padma Purana, Vayu Purana and Agni Purana and in other scriptures and tantric works. The present temple dates back to 15th century. The shrine is dedicated to Shakti or the mother Goddess in the predominantly Vaishnavite pilgrimage center of Gaya. Mangalagauri is worshiped as the Goddess of benevolence. This temple constitutes an Upa-Shakti Pitha - where it is believed that a part of the body of Shakti fell - according to mythology. Here Shakti is worshiped in the form of a breast symbol, a symbol of nourishment. It is believed that whoever comes to maa durga with his wishes and prayers, returns successfully with all of prayers and wishes come true.
The temple is facing east, and is built on top of the Mangalagauri hill. A flight of steps and a motorable road lead to the temple. The sanctum houses the symbol of the Goddess and it also has some finely carved ancient relief sculptures. A small hall or mandap stands in front of the temple. The courtyard also houses a fire pit for the home. There are also two minor shrines dedicated to Shiva and images of Mahishasura Mardini, Durga and Dakshina Kali.
The temple complex encompasses of temples of Maa Kali, Lord Ganesha, Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva.
Akshayavat or Akshay Vat ("the indestructible banyan tree") is a sacred fig tree mentioned in the Hindu mythology.
According to a legend, once the sage Markandeya asked Lord Narayana to show him a specimen of the divine power. Narayana flooded the entire world for a moment, during which only the Akshayavat could be seen above the water level.
A tree at Gaya, Bihar and another tree at Varanasi are also worshipped as the Akshayavat. The Bodhi tree is said to be a manifestation of the Akashayavat at Prayag.
According to Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Buddha is said to have planted a seed of the Prayag's Akshayavat next to Mount Kailash on a mountain known as the Palace of the Medicine Buddha.
As a mandatory rite that is believed to bring salvation to departed souls, Pind-daan is a must to do obligation of all Hindus or followers of Hindu religion. Further, it is also believed that no work can be successfully performed without blessings of ancestors and the doing of Pind Daan invokes blessings of the dead ancestors.
With the ritual performed to pay homage to the deceased ancestors also called 'Pitar' as per our ancient texts, the religious and correct completion of this ritual helps the soul of the dead to attain Moksha (salvation).
|bdget package||standard package||premium packages|
|PIND DAAN PUJA||PIND DAAN PUJA||PIND DAAN PUJA|
|NON AC LOGGING||AC LOGGING||AC LOGGING|
|TAXI FOR PIND DAAN PUJA||TAXI FOR PIND DAAN PUJA||TAXI FOR PIND DAAN PUJA|
|PRICE = RS.12500 INR||PRICE = RS.15000 INR||PRICE = RS.21000 INR|
Payment Terms & Methods :
* Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.
Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
* Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.
Apsara Tours & Travels View Profile
0 / 5
About Apsara Tours & Travels
Apsara Tours & Travels0 /5
Today, 12:13 AM
Powered by TourTravelWorld