About this puja
- When the elder of family dies, the responsibility of family welfare and carrying on family traditions automatically transcends to the next eldest member of family i.e. eldest son or younger brother of deceased through the ceremony of Rasam Pagri. The new family chief seeks the blessings of Brahmins and other family members and vows to carry on the good work of family. After prayers, the eldest is knighted with Pagri and the congregation departs. After this ceremony, family resumes its normal life.
- On such an important occasions, we advise that a proper ceremony is conducted by a learned and expert pandit to bring bless the passed away loved one.
We will send you a qualified Shastri pandit trained in Hindu Vedic Shastras will conduct these pujas at Devotees preferred location (home, temple, cremation ground etc.) and time (or muhurat time suggested by Shubhpuja).
If you live outside Delhi NCR, we can conduct Online Live Pujas and offer blessings to the god on your behalf.