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Asthi Visarjan

Following the completion of the last rites, the remains of the deceased are gathered and typically bundled in a piece of cloth. Eventually, the immersed ashes are released into serene and flowing waters, often in a river.

 

Asthi Visarjan is a profoundly significant religious ritual. The term “Asthi” pertains to the residual bones or collected ashes of the deceased. After the conclusion of the last rites, the remains of the departed individual are gathered, often bundled within a piece of cloth. Ultimately, these immersed ashes are released into calm, flowing waters, such as a river. This entire process of immersion is referred to as “Asthi visarjan.”

 

The Asthi, or the remains, can be collected either on the day of cremation or on the 3rd, 7th, or 9th day following the cremation rites. It is advisable to collect the asthi on the 3rd day after the cremation. If the immersion of asthi is planned after the 10th day, it should only be done following the performance of the tirtha-shraddha ritual.

 

Book a Pandit for the  Asthi Visarjan Puja at Srirangapatna. The Purohit will bring all the required pooja samagri (items). All our Pandits are highly experienced and have studied at Vedic Patashala. 

To perform Online and Offline Pooja @ LUT contact us.

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