Varusha abdigam – First Year ceremony

Varusha abdigam – First Year ceremony

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The Varushabdigam ceremony is performed at the end of the first year after the death of a person. Immediately after death, the Kartha has to perform Oonam, Sodha Kumbam & Masikam for all 12 months. This will end at the Varushabdigam ceremony denoting the end of Karma.

Varushabdigam Places & Details:

  • Based on your location in the city, we can perform the Varushabdigam in our Srardham place or at your home.
  • Cook will also be arranged if performed at your home.
  • Dates can be fixed by Harivara if requested.
  • Varushabdigam Materials will be brought by us.

Our Promise:

  • Vedic Patashala certified and experienced priests.
  • Best Quality food can be provided if performed in our place.
  • We guarantee high quality of service and a positive devotee experience.
  • Pooja is performed as per the Thithi, Veda, Language & Gotra.
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Varushabdigam Ceremony Procedures:

  • The Varushabdigam ceremony has performed on the same Thithi that the particular person passed away. This ceremony has to be done along with Masikam, Sodha Kumbam & Subham.
  • The Varushabdigam ceremony will cost starting from Rs.30,000 – Rs.2,00,000 based on the requirement and budget.
  • The Pooja is performed as per the Gotra & Veda of a person.
  • Harivara offers Priests as per the language preference of a person.
  • Harivara has Srardham Centers in all the metro cities of India.
  • The Varushabdigam ceremony takes place for 3-4 days based on the Gotra, Veda & Community of the Kartha.

Benefits of Varushabdigam Ceremony:

  • By performing this ceremony a person receives the Pithrus blessings that help to succeed in life without any difficulties.
  • The intensity of Pithru doshas will be reduced.
  • All the members of the family & relatives who attend/perform this ceremony will be blessed by the person who passed away.

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FAQ

  1. For how many days the Varushabdigam is performed?
  • The Varushabdigam ceremony is usually performed for 3 to 4 days as per community, gotra & Veda.
2. I have not performed the Masikam, Sodha Kumbam & Oonam during the first 12 months, what to do now?
  • All the left-out Masikams & Sodha Kumbams will be performed all together during the first day of the Varushabdigam by increasing the number of brahmins. Kindly note that Oona Maasikam once skipped can never be performed again.

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