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Shraaddha is nothing but completing with people who are dead, deceased.


In Hinduism, in every step in our life, everything is dependent on completion.

For the completion with the departed souls through Shraaddha, there are a few places in India, well-known for that energy.

  • 1. Bodh Gaya in Gaya where Buddha became Enlightened, there is a huge beautiful Vishnu temple, there Vishnu’s feet are worshipped, the place is well-known for the energy of Pinda Shraaddha, for completion with the departed souls.
  • 2. Badri, in Badrikashram when you do Pinda Shraaddha, Kalabhairava himself receives, having Brahma Kapaala. When you give in Badrikashram, Kalabhairava holding Brahma’s skull, receives the Pinda and offers it to Vishnu.
  • 3. Mansarovar near Kailaasa, in Himalayas

In Badrikashram, Bodh Gaya, or in Mansarovar, if you offer the Shraaddha, it really does the completion in the level of bio-memory. Take enough time to do completion with the ancestors so you and your next generation can experience the joy of completion.

Paramahamsa Nithyananda also declared the Nithyanandeshwara Hindu Temple in Ohio will specially radiate the energy on the banks of the Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati, in Prayag. Anybody does Shraaddha in our Ohio Temple, it will be received directly by Kalabhairava through his Brahma Kapaala and offered to Vishnu. It will reach your elders, the departed souls. Ohio-Prayag will radiate this special energy of helping you and supporting you in completing with the departed souls. That place has the ambience. You have to do the Shraaddha, and take bath in that river, Sangam, and you will see the completion happens.

Maheshwara Puja - Most Powerful Shraddha Offering

Maheshwara Puja is one of Hinduism’s most ancient rituals for departed souls to rest in peace. The real peace that a soul can experience is the peace of Enlightenment.

There is a special significance to Maheshwara Puja. Having the Maheshwara Puja done for any departed soul is a thousand times greater than offering any “shraaddha”, any “pinda”, in any river, any water-body, any lake, any holy land, any holy place.

Maheshwara Puja was done in the Vedic civilization where Enlightened Masters and Incarnations complete with the departed souls.

In the Nithyananda Sampradaya, His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda, who is the embodiment of Cosmic energy, personally receives the Bhiksha or food offering and he liberates the departed soul . No matter how many births the person would have taken after leaving the body and no matter if the person has met the Master or not in the life, the Master can intervene and make His presence available in the departed soul’s life and lead it to Enlightenment.