Sarvapitri Amavasya is a major occasion of the Pitru Paksha in the Hindu religion in the country of India. It is a most
important day to give a respect for the peace of the ancestors. This is the day which is falls in the lunar month of Hindu calendar that is Bhadrapad. According to English this falls during the time of September/ October month.
Sarvapitri Amavasya is a time to reduce the bad effects of the previous life of our ancestors. It is a time not to only remember our ancestors but also worship the supreme power of the universe with religious acts.
This is a major time to remember the ancestors of a family. People do all the acts of Shradh Paksha. This festival or occasion started with the day of Poornima (full moon day) and ended with the day of Sarvapitri Amavasya. This ‘Karma of Shradh’ is most famous in northern and eastern parts of the country of India. During that time people observe fasts. And prepare delicious meals for Brahmins. They give some religious commodities or money to poor or needy people.
Sarvapitri Amavasya In Year 2013 : 4 October
Sarvapitri Amavasya is one of the major occasion or day for the Hindu religion in India. During that time they do religious acts for the peace of souls of their ancestors.
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