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Pitru Paksha Shraddha

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Shradh 2021 | | 2021 Shradh Date
– 20th September 2021 (Monday) – Purnima Shradh
– 21st September 2021 (Tuesday) – Pratipada Shradh
– 22nd September 2021 (Wednesday) – Dwitiya Shradh or Dooj Shradh
– 23rd September 2021 (Thursday) – Tritiya Shradh
– 24th September 2021 (Friday) – Chaturthi Shradh and Maha Bharani Shradh
– 25th September 2021 (Saturday) – Panchami Shradh
– 27th September 2021 (Sunday) – Shashti Shradh
– 28th September 2021 (Tuesday) – Saptami Shradh
– 29th September 2021 (Wednesday) – Ashtami Shradh
– 30th September 2021 (Thursday) – Navami Shradh
– 1st October 2021 (Friday) – Dashmi Shradh
– 2nd October 2021 (Saturday) – Ekadashi Shradh
– 3rd October 2021 (Sunday) – Dwadashi Shradh or Magha Shradh
– 4th October 2021 (Monday) – Trayodashi Shradh
– 5th October 2021 (Tuesday) – Chaturdashi Shradh
– 6th October 2021 (Wednesday) – Sarva Pitru Amavasya or Amavasya Shradh

Pitru Paksha Shraddha

The full moon time of Bhadrapada and the Pratipada of Krishna Paksha of Ashwin month from Amavasya is called Pitru Paksha. In the year 2021, Pitru Paksha will commence from 20th September 2021 (Monday) till 6th October 2021 (Wednesday).

 These offerings are in the form of Shradh which is to be performed on the tithi (date) of death, falling in Pitrupaksha and if the tithi is not known, then Ashwin Amavasya can be worshiped which is also called All Sovereign Amavasya. On Shradh we remember our ancestors by doing tarpan and offer food and dakshina to Brahmins or needy people.

According to Brahmpurana, before worshiping the Gods, a man should worship his ancestors because it is believed that the Gods are pleased of that. For this reason, the elders are honored and posthumously worshiped in Indian society.

Internation Siddhashram Sakti Center serve free, but wholesome, food to families of underprivileged patients in the Govt. Hospital and also for the children who come from a far-off places. You can also join our team during food distribution drive.

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