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  • 1 What is the procedure to do Pind Daan in Gaya Bihar

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     It would be incumbent upon all sons to offer Pinda Daan(oblations) for the salvation of the soul of their ancestors. The soul could be freed from the agonies of Hell and sent to Heaven by performing Gaya-Shraddha or Pinda Daan in Gayaji.  From our Hindu Mythology, its is believed that if any person departed from the earth, her soul is wandering in earth here and there, and they did not get peace untill his any family member is not visited gaya for performing Gaya Sraddha or Pinda Daan for him, and it is also believed that if any person sacrifice his life by any means then he or she first of all enter the Preth yoni then enter the pitar yoni and after doing pinda daan or Gaya sraddha they got moksha under the foot of Lord Vishnu in Gaya.  This is given in padma puran, Garud puran, and Shri Bhagwat Gita. It is neccesaary to perform Gaya Sraddha or Pinda Daan in Gaya from our Hindu Mythology .Any one can go any day in a year and do Gaya Pinda Daan.  You Can go to Gaya the previous day evening. The next day from 7 am to 3 pm the following could be performed:  The following are important and thus essetial. Lot of variations are there due to diversity of living conditions of different sects.  i) Thirtha Sraddham and Pinda Pradanam at the riverbed Falgu  ii) Hiranya Sraddham Pinda Pradhanam at Vishnupadam  iii) Parnava Sraddham at a home in Gaya  iv) Pinda Pradanam at Akshayavada  I saw many different variations in size, shape and colour of Pindas.  All of your lokacharams are taken care of here at Gaya!  Unity in diversity can be seen at Gaya!!  Sratha, the sincerity, is the unifying factor!!!  ADV Imporatance of Gaya Sraddha or Pind Daan and PitraDosh Nivaran  It would be incumbent upon all sons to offer PIND (oblations) for the salvation of the soul of their ancestors. The soul could be freed from the agonies of Hell and sent to Heaven by performing Gaya-Shraddha or Pind Daan in GayaJi. From our Hindu Mythology,Its is believed that if any person departed from the earth,her soul is  wandering in earth here and there,and they did not get peace untill his any  family member is not visited gaya for performing Gaya Sraddha or pinda daan for him, and it is also believed that if any person sacrifice his life by any means then he or she first of all enter the Preth yoni then enter the pitar yoni and after doing pind daan or Gaya sraddha they got moksha under the foot of  Lord Vishnu in Gaya,And it is also signifies in padma puran,Garud puran, and shri Bhagwat Gita. and it is neccesaary to perform Gaya sraddha or pind daan in Gaya from our Hindu Mythology .   Departed person had in search of that his family member will do the Gaya sraddha for me after the yearly sraddha .And if the Gaya sraddha is not done after the yearly sraddth of any person then the soul of person is not get peace and wandering in the universe,and the soul will give cursh to her family member and creating different types of difficulties to her parents or childrens like losses in business regularly,sickness of any people regularly,e.t.c and create difficulties in any type of Good Work,This is known as Pitra Dosh, so,from Hindus Mythology,any people of the family have to perform Gaya sraddha or pind daan in Gaya for Pitra Dosh Nivaran ,And the every people who is belonging from Hindu culuture have to perform Gaya sraddha or pind daan in Gaya for the salavation of their ancestors or to give peace to their ancestors and to send their ancestors under the foot of lord Vishnu. After doing Gaya sradddha or pind daan in gaya all the difficulties which their ancestors is creating are removed because the souls of their ancestors get moksha or peace under the foot of lord Vishnu,And their ancestors blessed him as well as help in the progress of the family.Besides Rama,other Mythological personalities who visited Gaya for the pind daan purpose  are the Raja yudhistra,Bhisma Pitamaha, Marichi(Brahma’s son) and others.   :: The Places that is holy pilgrims have to perform Pind Daan :: Ekodrishti Shradh: Ekodrishti Shradh means that it should complete in one day only. It is done on three important vedies (place of sharadh) Falgu River,Vishnupad Vedi and Akshay Vat vedi except abnormal death. Vrihad Shradh: Vrihad Shradh means that it should complete on 54 vedies which is mention in above where that pilgrims have to performed Pind Daan.       1-Poonpoon charan Puja 12-Jiwha loll 23-Kartikpada 34-Mat Gowapi 45-Munda Pristha 2-Falgu River 13-Gajadhar Jee 24-Dhadikhagni 35-Ko Pada 46-Adi Gaya 3-Brahma Kund 14-Sarswati 25-Garpashagni 36-Agastha Pada 47-Dhout Pada 4-Pretshilla 15-Dharmaranya 26-Ahabaniagni 37-Indra Pada 48-Bhim Gaya 5-Ram Shilla 16-BodhGaya 27-Suryapada 38-Kahsyapada 49-Go Prachar 6-Ram Kund 17-Brahma Sarower 28-Chandrapada 39-Gajakaran 50-Gada Loll 7-Kagbali 18-Kagbali 29-Ganeshpada 40-RamGaya 51-Dhud Tarpan 8-Uttarmanas 19-Amrasichen 30-Sandyagnipada 41-SitaKund 52-Baitarni 9-Udichi 20-Rudrapada 31-Yagnipada 42-Souvagyadan 53-AkshayVat 10-Kankhal 21-Brahmapada 32-Dadhisthi Pada 43-Gayasir 54-Gyatri Ghat 11-Dakhin Manas 22-Vishnupada 33-Kanna Pada 44-Gayakup     UDAY HALL  (Purohit gayaji) CONTACT NO:- 09572332314 ,9835405723 Vishnu Pad Temple GAYA        

  • 0 Land of Buddhas Enlightenment

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    The crucible of Buddhism, Bodhgaya was where Prince Siddhartha attained enlightenment beneath a bodhi tree and became Buddha 2600 years ago. In terms of blessedness, this tiny temple town is to Buddhists what Mecca is to Muslims. Unsurprisingly, it attracts thousands of pilgrims from around the world every year, who come for prayer, study and meditation. The most hallowed spot in town is a bodhi tree which flourishes inside the Mahabodhi Temple complex, amid a beautiful garden setting, its roots embedded in the same soil as its celebrated ancestor. Additionally, many monasteries and temples dot the bucolic landscape, built in their national style by foreign Buddhist communities. The ambience is a mix of monastic tranquillity and small-town commotion (a booming nonreligious tourism industry has brought along with it the usual invasion of tourist paraphernalia, souvenir stalls and English-speaking wannabe guides). The complex, located about 110 kilometres from Patna, at 24°41′43″N 84°59′38″E,[10] contains the Mahabodhi Temple with the diamond throne (called the Vajrasana) and the holy Bodhi tree. This tree was originally a sapling of the Sri Maha Bodhi tree in Sri Lanka, itself grown from a sapling of the original Bodhi tree. It is believed that about 280 years after the Enlightenment of the Buddha, Emperor Ashoka visited Bodh Gaya. He is considered to be the founder of the original Mahabodhi temple. It consisted of an elongated spire crowned by a miniature stupa and a chhatravali on a platform. A double flight of steps led up to the platform and the upper sanctum. The mouldings on the spire contained Buddha images in niches. Some historians believe that the temple was constructed or renovated in the 1st century during the Kushan period. With the decline of Buddhism in India, the temple was abandoned and forgotten, buried under layers of soil and sand.

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