Society of Priests Providing Shradh and Hindu Funeral Service in Varanasi – Asthi Visarjan and Pitru Paksha Pindh Shradh

Kashi Moksha Incorporation, a registered Society in India with its head office at Varanasi, is providing funeral service to Hindus all around the world in conducting rites and rituals for dead ancestors, parents and relatives. During Pitru Paksha Shradh fortnight, the society is providing service like Asthi Visarjan River Ganga and Pind Shradh in Pitrapaksh.

In an e-mail sent to us, Kashi Moksha Incorporation claims that they are a society of learned priests and Acharyas and have all the expertise and infrastructure to perform the rites and rituals for the dead associated with Hinduism.

The Kashi Moksha Incorporation will help Hindu families wanting to achieve Moksha of their deceased family member by performing Asthi Visarjan and Shradh at holy Ganges in Haridwar or Pryagraj or Brahmkapal Badrinath Ji or Kashi Ji or Gaya in traditional and religious manners as described in holy granth "Garur Puran" and "Smriti Shastra" on behalf of the family members of departing soul.

The Society’s sole aim is to provide service to the Hindus living around the world through the expert and learned Acharyas by performing last rituals at holy Ganges on behalf of the deceased's family member. These highly knowledgeable Acharyas are from the world's oldest Shiva Temple of Varanasi (Kashi Vishwanath).

Kashi Moksha Incorporation is also the certified ‘RAJ GURU’ of Nepal State from last 300 years. Kashi Moksha Inc. has the blessings of Shri Jata Shankar Dwivedi Ji Maharaj, he is having broad and right knowledge in Shradh Ceremony.

Contact: Kashi Moksha Incorporation

Jata Shankar Dwivedi
Office : CK 14/45, Nandan Sahu Lane Chowk,
Manikarnika Ghat,
Varanasi, 221001
India
Phone :- 91-542-2401558
Mobile :- 09307950714

Email :- jatadwivedi@gmail.com

Note: Do a proper research of the organization on the ground before committing any financial transaction for the service.

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