In Hinduism, shraddha, Sanskrit sraddha, often written sraddha, is a ceremony held in memory of a deceased ancestor. All male Hindus are required to perform the ceremony, which is both a social and religious obligation (with the exception of some sannyasis, or ascetics). The significance placed on the birth of boys in India reflects the necessity to ensure that a male descendent would be available to execute the shraddha rite after one’s death.
With expert purohits from Prayag Pandits, you can perform shradh poojan in Haridwar on the banks of river Ganga at Har ki Pauri.
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