The pooja for ancestors as a name indicates is usually performed to please the ancestors on the special occasions. Usually performed in the Gaya temple in Bihar this ritual is very much prevailing in different part of the country. The pooja is a kind of dedication and love shown towards the ancestors. This ritual came into existence from the time Lord Rama had performed the same with his wife for his ancestors. It's believed that he pooja should be performed by the persons whether it is male or female with a great deed of devotion and worship.
Located in the Gaya district of the Bihar state, the temple, as the name indicates, is fully dedicated to the Lord Vishnu or the Maha Vishnu. Though located in the Gaya village, the temple is very famous and is well connected by road and rail from all other cities and states of the country.The temple is considered as a holy destination for the Jainism, Buddhism and after all. The temple is considered as one of the main destination for all the religions and is believed to be built during the ancient age. The temple is marked with very good architecture with peripheral art works that signify the importance of the ancient age.The Main history behind this temple is the procession of Lord Rama with Sita Devi went to Gaya to perform panda Dana which is a kind of pooja or rituals performed to please the ancestors. Thereafter the temple became famous for the pooja performed to the ancestors. Though the temple is mainly incarnated for the worship of Lord Maha Vishnu some other sub deities are also included. The main sub deities included are Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Lord Vinayaga, Lord Aanjaneya and Lord Muruga. The temple is well maintained every day and is clean in nature. The main pooja performed in temple is the one that is to please the ancestors. Devotees from many part of the world visit the temple to perform the pooja on any special occasion. Significance of the pooja This pooja for ancestors, as the name indicates is a specially designed Hindu ritual that is specially performed to please the ancestors. It is believed that if this pooja is performed it will make the ancestors happy and satisfied. The pooja will be performed especially in the Gaya temple which is fully dedicated to the Lord Maha Vishnu. The temple is located in the Bihar state of India. The pooja will be performed on special occasion or normal days in the temple inside the theertham or the water by present inside the temple. The devotees without any discrimination of caste creed or religion gather in the temple to perform this pooja to please their ancestors. The only constraint that is mandatory for any person to perform this pooja is healthy mind with a pure body. The main deity of the temple Lord Maha Vishnu is very much satisfied and pleased to welcome its devotees with a great deed of devotion and worship.induis,,,
APART FROM force majeure INCIDENTS, ALL SATURDAYS, ALL SUNDAYS, PITRUPAKSH MONTH, MAHALAYA AMAVASYA, CHRISTMAS-NEW YEAR WEEK (24TH DECEMBER TO 2ND JANUARY), 14TH & 15TH JANUARY, NATIONAL HOLIDAYS (26TH JANUARY, 14TH APRIL, 15TH AUGUST, 2ND OCTOBER), 9 DAYS NAVARATRI, DIWALI WEEK,
WE CAN ARRANGE SERVICES ON BLACKOUT DAYS ALSO, SUBJECT TO GUEST TOLERATING HEAVY CROWDS AT TEMPLE
Temple visits and darshans will be arranged through a local person. The rituals such as Abhisheka / Homam will be performed by the local temple priests as per prevailing practices (if included in the package). Black-out dates will be applicable. We shall not be liable for delay or failure to arrange darshans / temple visits, if such delay or failure is due to causes beyond our control. Please talk to our sales expert for complete details. Conditions apply.