Brahman Bhoj-Nasik -

Brahman Bhoj-Nasik

  • Rs. 1,750

Perform  Brahman Bhoj at Nasik during Kumbh Mela and get Blessings from Heavens! 
What we do?
We feed brahmans on your behalf during the auspicious period of Nasik Kumbh Mela and send you a signed report by the brahman stating his satisfaction and blessings.
Why Brahman Bhoj?
Brahman Bhoj is of immense importance in Hinduism and is a ritual performed for departed souls of ancestors. Brahman bhoj is done to satisfy the desires of the souls of our ancestors and let them rest in peace.

Brahman Bhoj rituals help cleanse all the sins of our forefathers and liberate their souls. Also, the one performing this ritual is said to gain Punya and is liberated from bad Karmas of past and present life. Brahman Bhoj rituals benefit our ancestors (of 14 generations) even whose death dates have been forgotten. Also, the one conducting Brahman Bhoj is said to gain Moksha!
Feed Brahmins in the sacred land of Nasik, on the banks of Godavari river and get blessed by your Forefathers.
To send your prayers and feed brahmins click on the Buy Now button given above. You could choose the date you would like to conduct the Brahman Bhoj, we will do it on behalf of you and send you the report.
Story of Pitrupaksh
Legends say Karna, son of Kunti was a philanthropist. He never denied help to anyone who approached him. He had donated a lot of wealth and had indulged in charity but had not donated food ever. Karna left earth after his death and reached heaven. The great charity which he had done on Earth was returned to him manifold in heaven. But it was all material wealth and there was no food. He then realized that although he had done all kinds of charities, he did not donate food.
He prayed to the God of Death, who sent him back to earth for 14 days, to make up for this deficiency. Karna fed the Brahmins and poor and offered oblations of water during the 14 days, which is observed in the Mahalaya Paksha or commonly called Pitrupaksha . On his return to Heaven, he had plenty of food and it has been anticipated that offerings made during the period of Pitru Paksha benefits all the departed souls, whether they are connected to you or not.
Brahmins are known to perform Vedic rituals. It is said that Brahmins have taken birth from the mouth of Lord Brahma. They are highly knowledgeable about Vedic texts. 
According to Hindu scriptures, unless a Brahmin prays to the Gods through chants, God cannot come and attend the puja rituals of men. Hence, donating or feeding Brahmins is considered very fruitful.
Brahman Bhoj
Brahm (for brahim) bhoj (for feast) is a unique rituals of feeding Brahmins. It is considered highly auspicious. Brahman Bhoj is practiced on diverse occasions such as child’s birth, upanayana (the sacred thread ceremony, pitrupaksh, marriage and even death.
The purpose of Brahman-bhoj is to get their blessings, gain punya and satisfy the souls of forefathers. 
Religious Significance of Nasik
Nasik, on the banks of the holy Godavari is a town of immense religious significance to Hindus. It is situated at a short distance from the world famous Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga temple; one of the key shrines of Lord Shiva.Trimbakeshwar is the place of the origin of the sacred Godavari, which is one of the seven sacred rivers according to Hindu mythology. It is the same river where Baladeva and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu had bathed in, and on whose banks the holy Pushkaram festival is also celebrated as it flows eastwards.

Nasik Kumbh Mela – A Celebration Of Great Significance

Millions of Hindu pilgrims take dips in the divine waters of the Godavari at the Ramkund and the Kushvarta ghats at Nasik and Trimbakeshwar respectively. Several important rituals and ceremonies like poojas, aartis and the feeding of Brahmans at the banks of the Godavri, which purifies one’s soul and takes them closer to the possibility of attaining salvation or Moksha. These rituals are particularly beneficial during this Shravan Maas, when the Kumbh Mela is being held at Nasik.

The 2015 Nasik Kumbh Mela has commenced from the 14th of July, with the flag hoisting ceremony at Ram Kunda. It will continue till 25th September, which is the day of Vaman Dwadashi Snan.

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