Pind Daan in Ayodhya

Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama is known for it’s holy river, Saryu which originates form Ganga river itself has it’s mentions in Rigveda. This makes Saryu river one of the holiest rivers in India for performing hindu rituals like Pind daan.

Prayag Pandits provides the best and knowledgable teerth purohit in Ayodhya to conduct the pind daan poojan here. For online and offline poojan, please contact us to arrange the poojan in Ayodhya.

Here are the following things included in the poojan package:-

  • Pind Daan on the banks of Saryu river
  • Priest Charges
  • Poojan Material


  • Any extra offerrings to the priest.
  • Pick and drop charges from station/airport.


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Lord Ram’s Birthplace

According to Hindu mythology, Ayodhya is the birthplace of Rama (Lord Vishnu’s seventh incarnation) and one of the most sacred sites on the globe. It is about 10 kilometres from Faizabad city, on the bank of the river Saryu (Ghaghara). At the time of Buddha, Ayodhya was also known as Saket. Hanumangarhi, Nageshwarnath, Devkali, Kanakbhavan, and other temples are well-known in the area. The city is decked with lights and flowers during the Ramnavami celebration (the birth day of Lord Ram) and draws worshippers from all over the world.


Importance of performing pind daan in Ayodhya

In Ayodhya, pind daan is performed on the banks of Saryu. Seven Pinds or balls of rice mixed with wheat flour, honey and milk are prepared as offerings to the soul of the deceased and the ancestors and these are offered to the chanting of mantras. It is the moral duty of each Hindu to honor dead family members and conduct the Pind Daan in order to free the soul and give it peace.

It is believed that performing Pind daan in Ayodhya leads the departed soul to heaven. Pind daan in Ayodhya is performed at Ram ki paidi Ghat along Saryu River.


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