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Pitru Paksha Pettara Amavasya

Pitru Paksha, also known as Pitri Paksha or Mahalaya Paksha, is a period of fifteen days in the Hindu lunar month of the Bhadrapada (September-October) dedicated to honoring and paying homage to one's ancestors.
The Pithru Paksha PetharaAmaavasa, or Amavasya, is the New Moon day within this period. On this day, rituals and offerings are performed to remember and express gratitude to deceased ancestors.
Devotees offer food, water, and prayers to their departed ancestors, seeking their blessings and guidance. It is believed that performing these rituals during Pithru Paksha brings peace to the souls of ancestors and bestows their blessings on the living.
It is a time for reflection, remembrance, and seeking ancestral blessings.


Samvatsarikam refers to the annual or yearly cycle in Hindu calendar systems. It represents the completion of one year and the beginning of a new year.
Samvatsarikam is a significant concept in Vedic astrology and traditional Hindu festivals. It marks the completion of the cycle of seasons and celestial movements. Various regional calendars in India, such as the Vikram Samvat, Shalivahana Shaka, and Tamil Panchangam, determine the start of the new year based on specific astronomical calculations and cultural traditions.
Samvatsarikam is celebrated with joy and festivity, signifying the renewal of time and an opportunity for new beginnings, prosperity, and spiritual growth in the coming year.


Thaddinam is a term used in Tamil culture to refer to the death anniversary or memorial day of a departed loved one. It is a solemn occasion where family members and close friends gather to remember and honor the deceased.
Thaddinam ceremonies often involve offering prayers, lighting oil lamps, and conducting special rituals to pay tribute to the departed soul. Relatives may visit the burial site or perform the rituals at home.
Thaddinam serves as a time of remembrance, reflection, and offering gratitude for the life and legacy of the departed person. It is a way to keep their memory alive and seek blessings for their eternal peace.


Masikam, also known as Masika Shraddha or Monthly Shradh, is a Hindu ritual performed every month to pay homage to ancestors and seek their blessings. It is a form of Shradh, which is the ritualistic offering and remembrance of departed ancestors.
Masikam involves offering food, water, and prayers to the departed souls on the specific tithi (lunar day) dedicated to them. It is believed that by performing Masikam, one can fulfill the obligations towards their ancestors and seek their blessings for overall well-being.
This monthly ritual serves as a way to express love, respect, and gratitude to one's ancestors, ensuring their spiritual upliftment.