Srirangapatna is an ancient Teertha Kshetra on River Kaveri located in Mandya district of Karnataka state. Sri Ranganatha Swamy is the presiding deity here and inspiration to many devotional songs. Srirangapatna Kshetra reached primacy during the period of Sri Ramanujacharya, the founder of Vishishtadvaita philosphy. Srirangapatna is one among the Triranga kshetras and known as Adiranga. Madhyaranga and Srirangam are the other two.
Srirangapattana is well known for Shraddh rituals such as Pinda Pradhana, Pind Daan and Masika / Varshika Tithis performed on the banks of river Kaveri for the departed near and dear ones.
Sangam is the confluence of three rivers Kaveri, Lokapavani and Kabini near Srirangapatna. Many devotees visit the Sangam during Dakshinayan, commencing from Shravanmaas for performing ancestral worships.
This region is known as Gautama Kshetra during Vedic age. It is stated in the Brahmanda Purana that, Lord Vishnu settled in this region as Lord Sri Ranganathaswamy to answer the prayers of Kaveri and Sage Gautama.
The river Kaveri is also known as Paschimavahini and is believed to grant Moksha for the departed, when ‘Asthi Visarjan’ is performed here. Devotees take up many kinds of religious activities like Homas, Shantis and funeral rites at Srirangapatna.
Srirangapattana is about 130Kms from Bangalore and it takes around 2 1/2 hours to reach. If traveling from Bangalore one must start early in the morning or as early as possible as Shraddh rituals start early last longer till which one is expected to be in fasting.
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- Astrology support to help devotees with puja, homam and parihara related queries
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- Arrange for transportation to location
- Transparent puja pricing and explanation of procedures
- Satvik food (lunch) arranged on request after the pujas and rituals