Lord Vishnu’s holy home is Kurukshetra, notably Sannihit Sarovar. Sannihit Sarovar is a well-known landmark on Pehowa Road, three kilometres from Kurukshetra. If the Shraadh pooja is performed during a solar eclipse, and devotees bathe in the pond, they will receive the blessings conferred on a thousand Ashwamedh sacrifices, according to Hindu sacred writings.
On the day of Amavasya, or eclipse, thousands of tirthas congregate at this holy site to perform rituals and hear about their ancestors from ancient pandits. Similarly, people come from all across India and the world to do the Asthi Visarjan ceremony for the dearly departed relatives and to offer Shraadh pooja for their ancestors.
The Sannihit Sarovar, a sacred water reservoir, is located in Thanesar, Kurukshetra district. Legend has it that it is the meeting location of seven sacred Sarasvati’s.
The Sarovar at Kurukshetra, according to common belief, contains sacred water. If devotees on Earth bathe in the waters of this Sarovar, peace is conferred upon unhappy and wandering spirits. Along the banks of the Sarovar, there are several shrines dedicated to gods and deities.
Families flock to Sannihit Sarovar to perform Asthi Visarjan in order to grant their loved ones’ wishes for salvation.
According to legend, the Sarovar, which is the confluence of seven sacred Sarasvatis or legendary rivers, contains sacred waters. Wandering souls can find serenity by bathing in these holy waters. Numerous shrines dedicated to revered deities surround the Sarovar.
Pind Daan utilises pind as a symbolic offering to the souls in order to free them from the cycle of life, death, and reincarnation known as Mukti.
The ritual’s ultimate goal is to bring tranquilly to souls on their way to the Divine Creator. Pind is rice flour, wheat flour, oat flour, dried milk, honey, and sesame seeds spherical ball.
Brahmin pandits make an offering of seven pinds, one of which is dedicated to the soul of a deceased relative. The remaining rice balls are offered to ancestor spirits.
Asthi Visarjan in Kurukshetra
Performed for unknown pitars, to bring Moksha to them. Includes Guide Support & Tripindi Shradh Poojan at Phalgu river.
Pind daan in Kurukshetra
Performed to bring peace and happiness to the family, includes 3 day poojan with multiple brahmins & Gau daan.