Hindu sanatan dharma prescribes a set of rituals to be followed in life. Historically a large majority of Hindus have been observing these rituals religiously. Shraddha (श्राद्ध्) is a faithful offering to the departed. Conscious beings in forefathers (Read as: Atma or soul) go to higher realms of existence. We need to remember them and offer our prayers and food to them.
Even as the Indian diaspora is now spread all over the world and colonised, the desire to perform basic rituals like Shraddhas, the annual funeral rites to their departed forefathers and loved ones is still very strong in the minds of devout Hindus. Sometimes the call of the duty may come as a hindrance to perform these very essential Shraddhas.
Now, there is a solution to perform Shraddhas online through verified Vedic scholars and Pundits. You can take up these completely in absentia.
Chataka Shraddha can be opted to be performed by a learned Purohit substituting for Karta. Assigned Purohits in Punya Kshetras like Gaya, Gokarna, Kolluru, Rameswaram, Srirangapattana and many more, take up these rituals and ensure adherence to the practices.
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Pureprayer offers remote service where one can request to perform the ancestral rites through local purohits in absentia. A short video taken during the puja sankalpa is sent to the devotee as proof of the puja being performed. Both in the temple and ashrams at dedicated locations, performed by Vedic scholars who can speak multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada etc.