Why Kashi is famous for pinddaan?

In Hindu ritual, the dearly departed of ancestors’ spirits is called PindDaan, which is the most vital ceremonies performed along the banks of the river Ganga. By Kashi Kshetra purohit, you can find more intellectual as well as knowledgeable pandits for pindapradan in Varanasi, who can p

Posted March 3,2019 in Other.

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Why Kashi is famous for pinddaan?

According to our Hindu culture, bathing in any of the holy rivers in India is one of the ways to cleanse all your sins and can attain salvation of the soul or moksha. In Kashi, also known as Banaras or Varanasi the holiest river, the Ganga is found. Kashi is one of the oldest cities in the whole world, which is immersed in rich religious as well as full of cultural history. Kashi is also known as the land of pilgrimage. It is known in Hindu holy scriptures as the sacred abode of Lord Shiva and goddess Parvati. Kashi is the place where the ancient medical science, Ayurveda was invented. In Hindu ritual, the dearly departed and spirits of ancestors called as PindDaan, which is one of the most vital ceremonies performed along the banks of the river Ganga. By Kashi Kshetra purohit, the famous purohit services in Varanasi, you can find more intellectual and knowledgeable pandits for pindapradan in Varanasi, who can perform PindDaan in Kashi.

In the Hindu culture, the ceremony of delivering homage for the dearly departed ancestors or PindDaan is the way to help the souls to have moksha, which is the freedom from the cycle of rebirth. The Pandits for pinddaan in Varanasi make you understand the whole process of the ritual before the processing of the pinddaan process. Then, in the ritual, the Pandits offer pind or balls of rice mixed with wheat flour, oat flour, dried milk, and honey. Generally, the Pandits for pindapradan in Varanasi offer seven pinds. One of the pinds is directly offered to the dearly departed soul. The rest pinds are for the ancestors. It is said by the old Pandits for pinddaan in Varanasi that Lord Brahma had started the practice of pinddaan and since then, it has been a Hindu religious obligation for the departed family and ancestral spirits.

The Pandits for pinddaan in Varanasi also said that in Hindu religion, after anyone’s death, the soul of the human being still remains in the materialistic world. Just after death, someone cannot detach himself/herself from this world. The attraction of the love, affection, and kindness of his/her family, relatives or friends and the affinity of the materialistic world prevent him/her to go to the ultimate departure. Because of this, being a bodiless or without a body, the soul gets pain. They can’t even make themselves free from this materialistic world. And according to the Hindu belief, pinddaan provides them an ultimate relief and paves the way for their departure to the ultimate world of the piece. So, the Pandits for pinddaan in Varanasi believed and make us understand that pinddaanis considered to be a mandatory process believed to bring salvation to the departed souls. And it is also believed that PindDaan in Kashi is the ultimate way to provide salvation of the soul because of the presence of the holy river Ganga. We, the Pandits for pinddaan in Varanasi help the souls to attain Moksha (the ultimate peace).