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यत्र गाव: प्रसन्नाः स्युः प्रसन्नास्तत्र सम्पदः । यत्र गावो विषण्णाः स्युर्विषण्णास्तत्र सम्पदः ॥

Where cows are happy, prosperity is there. Where cows are in grief, adversity is there.

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Shradh is a ritual to pay homage to one's deceased family members- ancestors. You can choose from different kind of rituals which can be performed on your chosen date.
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Accreditations & Recognitions

  • Registered under section 12AA of the Income Tax Act Registered under section 12AA of the Income Tax Act
  • Animal Welfare Board of India, ChennaiAnimal Welfare Board of India, Chennai
  • Uttar Pradesh Gau Sewa AyogUttar Pradesh Gau Sewa Ayog
  • Uttarakhand Animal Development BoardUttarakhand Animal Development Board
  • Madhya Pradesh Gausewa AyogMadhya Pradesh Gausewa Ayog
  • Registered under section 80G of the Income Tax ActRegistered under section 80G of the Income Tax Act
  • FCRA under Ministry of Home AffairsFCRA under Ministry of Home Affairs
  • Niti Ayog, Government of IndiaNiti Ayog, Government of India

  • ALL RITUALS PERFORMED BY VEDIC BRAHMINS
  • ALL RITUALS ARE DONE ON THE BANK OF MAA GANGA IN HARIDWAR / RISHIKESH
  • GODAAN IS OF DESI COWS ONLY WHICH WILL BE SHOWN LIVE
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Shradh (Pitru Paksha)

About Ancestral Blessings, Date, Rituals and Significance

According to the Vedic tradition in Hindu religion, there are many customs, fasts, and festivals. Under this, Shradh of ancestors is also performed. Shradh rituals can be performed on the Amavasya date of every month, but there is a rule to perform shradh rituals in the entire fortnight from the full moon day of Bhadrapada month to the new moon day of Ashwin month. This festival of paying homage to our ancestors is called Shradh. According to the Hindu calendar, the period from the full moon of Bhadrapada month to the new moon of Ashwin month is called Pitru Paksha.

The practice of Shradh has been going on since the Vedic period. The purpose of Shradh is to pay homage to our ancestors and pray for the satisfaction of their souls. It is said that only the water offered during Shradh i.e. Pitru Paksha brings peace and salvation to the souls of the ancestors.

Pitru paksh shradh significance

It is believed that a human being attains life after leaving 84 lakh births. When a child is born then he is in the form of a child but when he participates in Shradh rituals then he is truly called a son. By performing Shradh of ancestors with full devotion during Pitru Paksha, their souls get peace and there is no effect of Pitra Dosh. During Pitru Paksha, it is believed that the deceased ancestors are present on earth for 16 days and their wishes are fulfilled by burning cow dung cakes while performing Shradh rituals on the date of their death.

Pitru Paksha is a 16 days’ period when one offers reverence to their ancestors in the form of Tarpan or Shradh Puja. Pitruruna ceremony and rituals carried by surviving son or sons on the 'Shradh Thithi' is known as Varshika Shradh. Carrying out Varshika Shradh in 'Teertha Kshetras' (holy places) has been considered highly meritorious as mentioned in Puranas. Thus, in the Puranas, the types of Shradh along with their importance are also described and the Shradh ritual performed in Pitru Paksha paves the way for progress.

Why is Pitru Paksha important?
Why is Pitru Paksha important?

Pitru Paksha is considered very important for the ancestors and the ancestors' family members. The ancestors are happy after receiving Tarpan, Ardhya and Bhaag from their descendants and shower their blessings. Due to the happiness of ancestors during Pitru Paksha, Pitra Dosh also gets removed and troubles go away

Pitru Paksha 2024: Know Who Can Perform Shradh
Pitru Paksha 2024: Know Who Can Perform Shradh

Mainly only the son has the right to perform the Shradh of the father. If there is more than one son, all the Shradh rituals should be performed by the eldest son. If there is no son then the wife should perform Shradh and in the absence of a wife, the elder brother or grandson, great-grandson, daughter-in-law, nephew are entitled to do it.

Rituals performed on Shradh
Rituals performed on Shradh

For Pitru Paksha ritual, wake up and take bath before sunrise on Shradh date with reverence for the peace of ancestors. Wear clean clothes and take a pledge to perform Shradh and donate for the satisfaction of ancestors. Basically, remain hungry on the day of Shradh and prepare satvik food with full devotion. Keep Gogras, Panch Gras etc. aside and serve food in a plate in front of the photo of the deceased family member. With folded hands, pray to them to come and take food with pity. Pray for blessings for your children to be rich, prosperous and healthy. After this, satisfy the Brahmin by feeding him food to his heart's content and giving him donations as per his devotion and seek his blessings. After having the meal, feed the Gogras kept to the cow and the Panchagras to the crows, dogs, insects etc. After this the family members also have food.

This is the reason that every year during Pitru Paksha, people perform Shradh, Tarpan etc. for their ancestors with full devotion and faith. According to mythological belief, during Pitru Paksha, if someone performs Shradh for his ancestors on the date related to them, then his ancestors become happy and shower their full blessings on him.

Pitru Paksha 2024 Date –Tithi

It is believed that ancestors visit Earth during this period to receive the offerings. Pitru Paksha lasts from the full moon day of Bhadrapada month to the new moon day. Pitru Paksha start on 17 September 2024, and end on 2 October 2024. It is considered an auspicious time to perform rituals like Pitru Tarpan, Pind Daan, and Shradh.

Date Shraadh Tithi & Nakshatra
September 17, 2024, Tuesday Purnima Shraddha Bhadrapada, Shukla Purnima
September 18, 2024, Wednesday Pratipada Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Pratipada
September 19, 2024, Thursday Dwitiya Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Dwitiya
September 20, 2024, Friday Tritiya Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Tritiya
September 21, 2024, Saturday Chaturthi Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Chaturthi
September 21, 2024, Saturday Maha Bharani Ashwina, Bharani Nakshatra
September 22, 2024, Sunday Panchami Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Panchami
September 22, 2024, Sunday Shashthi Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Shashthi
September 23, 2024, Monday Saptami Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Saptami
September 24, 2024, Tuesday Ashtami Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Ashtami
September 25, 2024, Wednesday Navami Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Navami
September 26, 2024, Thursday Dashami Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Dashami
September 27, 2024, Friday Ekadashi Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Ekadashi
September 29, 2024, Sunday Magha Shraddha Ashwina, Magha Nakshatra
September 29, 2024, Sunday Dwadashi Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Dwadashi
October 12, 2023, Thursday Magha Shraddha Ashwina, Magha Nakshatra
October 1, 2024, Tuesday Chaturdashi Shraddha Ashwina, Krishna Chaturdashi
October 2, 2024, Wednesday Sarva Pitru Amavasya Ashwina, Krishna Amavasya

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Shri Yogi Adityanath
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I was overwhelmed to see the continuous service of thousands of destitute cows in Shree Krishnayan Gaushala. This gaushala can be ideal in the field of Gauseva.

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Shri Pushkar Singh Dhami
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I am really proud to have Shree Krishnayan Desi Gauraksha in Uttrakhand which has exhibited an exemplary in the field of service to destitute cows and bulls.

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Shri Gurmit Singh
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Shree Krishnayan Gaushala is doing an incredible job in ensuring that our Gaumata/Desi Gauvansh are well-fed and cared for. Their work is truly inspiring, and I am honored to support their cause.

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Shri Kailash Kher
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I am impressed by initiatives taken by Shree Krishnayan Gaushala which give these disregarded gauvansh a happy second life

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Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat (Ex-Chief Minister of Uttrakhand, Present MP)

Shree Krishnayan Desi Gauraksha is really a Golok dham. I am experiencing inner peace here.

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Shree Mohan Yadav (CM, Madhya Pradesh)

Grateful to Shree Krishnayan Gaushala. Witnessing the dedication to cow service here is deeply inspiring. A truly great initiative to serve Gaumata and uphold Sanatan Dharma.

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Sri Ravindra Kumar Ray (Ex-MP)

The gausewaks and saints are fortunate that they have got the opportunity to serve gaumata.

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Bikramjit Ahluwalia (CMD, Ahluwalia Contracts Ltd)

Cow is the mother of the world. That mother is being worshipped in Shree Krishnayan Gaushala. I bow to this holy land.

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Shri Chetan Handa (Founder Director, Glaze Trading India Pvt. Ltd.)

Nurturing a cow is equivalent to a religious ritual. I consider myself very fortunate to serve mother cows and associate myself with Shree Krishnayan Desi Gaurakshashala.

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Mr. Sanjeev Chhibber (Founder Director, Glaze Trading India Pvt. Ltd.)

The work being done by Shree Krishnayan Gaushala for the protection and promotion of indigenous cows is commendable.

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Swami Yatishwaranand Ji (Ex-MLA, Uttrakhand)

By being present in Shree Krishnayan Gaushala today, I feel elated. It is the divine Golok Dham in its structure.

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Shrimati Jayaprada
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I felt divine peace after reaching Shree Krishnayan Gaushala on the banks of Ganges, beyond the dazzling world.

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Shri Harish Rawat
(Former CM, Uttarakhand)

I have got the opportunity to come here and serve the cow. Shree Krishnayan Gaushala has done us a favor by inviting us here.

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Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia (Cabinet Minister, GOI)

I am inspired to see cow service being done in Shree Krishnayan Gaushala with dedication.

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Shri Ajay Bhatt (Ex-MP, Lok Sabha)

After coming to Shree Krishnayan Gaushala, I was surprised by their devotion and service for Gaumata. The cow service being done here is exemplary for all of us.

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Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari (Ex-Governer, Maharashtra)

I am fortunate to come to Shree Krishnayan Gaushala. This land has the touch of Mother Ganga. If there is a heaven in this world, it is this.

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Shree Daler Mehendi (Composer & Singer)

Shree Krishnayan Gauraksha Gaushala service to mother cows is amazing and I am really very impressed.

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Acharya Balakrishna (Chairman of Patanjali Ayurved)

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Sadhvi Uma Bharti (Ex-Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh)


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Shree Chinmayananda Bapu Ji (Shree Ram Katha Vachak)

Lord Rama came in the form of Krishna and worked for the salvation of cows and saints. Krishnayan Gauraksha does a similar religious and service of cows.

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Swami Chidananda Saraswati Ji (Spiritual Head Parmarth Niketan)

'Cow is the Mother of the whole world’. Coming to Shree Krishnayan Desi Gauraksha in Haridwar, I have a vision of the Lord in the form of a cow.

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