Tehravi Ceremony Puja
The Hindu Shastra says that the death ceremonies should be continued till the 13th day or the tehravi of the death. Until that day, the departed soul must be remembered through daily prayers and Shanti Paaths so that the noble soul can rest in peace. During that period, the eldest son in the family, along with the other family members, performs Pind Daan and recites daily from the holy books for the departed soul.
During this 3 day period, the family remains isolated from the world, happiness, and celebrations to mourn the deceased. On the 13th day, i.e. tehravi, a tehravi ceremony Puja is conducted under the guidance of a revered Pandit of the Brahmins to ensure final peace for the departed soul. Brahmins, near and dear ones and family members are offered food on the tehravi to conclude the death in the family. Post the tehravi ceremony puja, Rasam Pagri, and Shanti Path is organized for the departed soul as the final measures to ensure peace.
Awakee will provide you with the most experienced and knowledgeable ‘Pandits’ or ‘Shastris’ for Tehravi Ceremony Puja at the place where the ceremony will be held at the 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 Tehravi 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.