Chautha Ceremony Puja
The Chautha Ceremony Puja is conducted on the 4th day after the death of the deceased in family. On this day, the family members of the deceased arrange for a Shanti Path, Geeta Pravachan and the evening of a few bhajans to help the soul depart peacefully. The good deeds and positive qualities of the deceased are also remembered by the family members and close friends on this day.
Some families complete the rituals for the departed soul on the chautha itself, but it is advisable to complete the 13 days mourning period to propitiate the noble soul. Shanti rituals should be observed for 13 days under the guidance of an experienced Pandit.
A proper ceremony should be organized and conducted by an expert Pandit or Shastri to bring blessing to the loved one that has passed away.
Importance Of Chautha Ceremony Puja
- It brings peace to the deceased so that they can depart from the world.
- On this day, Shanti path is organized to offer Shanti to the soul of the deceased.
- Chautha puja is the day to remember the good deeds of the person who has left the mortal world.
Awakee will provide you with the most experienced and knowledgeable ‘Pandits’ or ‘Shastris’ for Chautha Ceremony Puja at the place where the ceremony will be held, like, home, temple, cremation ground, etc. The puja will be done as per the muhurat and all the rituals will be followed to ensure that the deceased will be blessed by the almighty for a peaceful journey to heaven. The Chautha Ceremony Puja will be done to bring peace to the soul of the deceased and to give their family courage to move on in life with the blessings of the deceased.