The sanctity of the Allahabad sangam makes it an ideal place to offer the prayers for the deceased souls.
Triveni sangam at Allahabad is place of confluence of three major rivers of India i.e. Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati. It is believed that at the time of Samudramanthan (Stirring of Ocean) when amrit came out from the ocean, there was fight between demons and gods for that amrit and during that fight few drops of amrit fell on the earth and Prayag (Presently Allahabad) is one of the four places where that drops fell. That is why Prayag is also called as king of all the Tirth (Tirth Raj Prayag in Hindi) and is one of the most sacred places for Pind Daan in India. Pind Daan at Prayag is generally performed at the bank of river Ganga or Yamuna or at the sangam site itself.
The place is also famous for historic Kumbh mela which held after every 12 years and at that time crores of Hindus from different corners of the world come here to take holy dip in the sangam. At the time of Kumbh mela Allahabad becomes the most populous city of world.
The sanctity of the Allahabad sangam makes it an ideal place to offer the prayers for the deceased souls. The holy chants and knowledge of our pundits ensure that your offerings reach their desired destination as conducting the puja with proper vidhi (method) is very important.