We can arrange the Asthi Visarjan Ceremony at Allahabad without any hassles. Allahabad is considered to be the best place for AsthiVisarjan as as king of all the Tirth and sometimes also referred as Tirthraj Prayag. Situated on the bank of river Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati.
According to the Vedas, immersing the remains of the body in Ganges is the most auspicious thing you can do. AsthiVisarjan at TriveniSangam (Prayag) has great importance in the Hindu Mythology.
Allahabad, also known as Prayag, is considered as king of all the Tirth and sometimes also referred as Tirthraj Prayag. Situated on the bank of river Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati, Allahabad is one of the most important religious cities in Hinduism. Thousands of pilgrims daily visit Sangam, confluence of the above mentioned three rivers in the Allahabad, for taking the holy bath in the river. After taking the bath people go for different kinds of daan to the priests and pandas of Allahabad which are available on bank of Sangam.
According to the Vedas, immersing the mortal remains of the departed soul in Ganges is the most auspicious thing you can do. Asthivisarjan at Triveni Sangam (Prayag) has great importance in the Hindu Mythology. In Hinduism, after Kashi, Sangam at Prayag is considered the most important place for Asthi visarjan and due to this many people perform asthi visarjan at both the places, at Kashi as well as at Allahabad. Daily many people from different part of India visit Allahabad for doing asthi visarjan and other vedic rituals.
Sangam is in the middle of rivers and so we make all arrangements for the clients to reach there. Whatever constraints you may be facing, we can help you in performing Asthivisarjan at Allahabad. We will help you find a suitable place at the Ghat to immerse the Asthi and recite your prayers calmly. Our priest partners at Allahabad will guide on each and every step and will arrange all the materials required during Pooja. We pride ourselves in providing genuine purohit services and keep you away from the rogues who pose as priests.