Ashok Vihar, India (PressExposure) September 03, 2009 -- For Immediate Release
Midson Care - a leading concierge service provider for NRIs have announced the launch of Shraddh / Pitarpaksha Puja Services during this year's fortnight of Ashvina (September - October). Pitarpaksha Puja is also known as Pitr Tarpan, Shraddh Puja, Mahalya 7 other names in different parts of country. This unique service will enable Indians working abroad to carry out the annual rites of Pindas and Tarpan with the help of Midson Care. This newly announced service further enhances the already comprehensive list of services offered by the company from preventive health care, medical equipment to household utility, legal advisory and property management.
For the uninitiated, Pitarpaksha Puja is the annual rite offered to deceased parents and relatives so that the departed souls attain liberation. According to Hindu beliefs, after the death of a human, his or her soul remains in the materialistic world because its attachment towards its friends and families. Since the soul do not achieve eternal peace, they go through a lot of pain.
It is widely believed that the Shradh performed during this period is very auspicious as it reaches the dead relatives immediately and so, their souls attain liberation. This annual rite is performed during the Krishna Paksha or waning phase of moon in the month Ashvina (September - October) of the Hindu calendar.
'Pitarpaksha Puja Service' of Midson Care is carried out on the banks of Holy River in strict compliance to the Hindu religious customs. Mr. Mukesh Aggarwal, one of the founders of Midson Care assured that "Pinda Daan, Tarpan and distribution of food, cash and cloths (Brahman Bhoj, Dakshina and Vastram) are supervised not by any agency person or middleman but by one of your friends from Midson Care. We arrange this religious event in strict adherence to Hindu ritual practice and one of us makes sure that everything that the ritual calls for is carried out with utmost care. The entire event is video recorded and then shared with our clients." The ritual is also accompanied by special Kriyas for the fulfillment of their client's desires.
This year the 'Pitarpaksha' is from 5th September 2009 to 18th September 2009. The organizers have stated that they need three days to arrange this religious event. Those who want to avail this unique service should keep that in mind.