Trimbakeshwar Temple Online Pooja Booking

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Welcome to our official site of Trimbakeshwar Purohits. Trimbakeshwar Mahadev temple is an ancient Hindu temple considered one of the 12 Jyotirlingas (divine jyotirlingas). This religious temple is situated 28 km away from Nashik. There are no other holy temples and sacred places like Kushavarta Tirtha near the Trimbakeshwar Temple premises, which add divinity. Various authentic Purohits perform multiple kinds of Puja in the Trimbakeshwar Temple, as they are authorized to perform Pujas and Vidhi's.

Purohit Sangh Sansthan of Trimbakeshwar is an official committee of approximately 300 different authenticated Purohits of Trimbakeshwar. They are registered and certified with registration number Y203-215.

Puja at Trimbakeshwar

1. Kalsarp Yog Puja
Those who face various difficulties due to change in planetary position between Rahu and Ketu should do this Kalsarpa yog puja in the Trimbakeshwar temple.

2. Narayan Nagbali Puja
This ritual is done mainly to remove the Pitru dosha from the family. It is because of ancestral curses, which hold back the growth and prosperity of the family. As a part of this ritual, devotees have to seek the forgiveness of Nag devata.

3. Tripindi Shradha
This ritual is performed for the same purpose to calm down the soul of the deceased in the family. Generally, the elder son of the family does this puja.

4. Kumbh Vivah
It is the spiritual ritual that eliminates the Dosha that occurred by the Mangal planets. This is done for Manglik brides and grooms having a delay in their marriage due to the Dosha. Kumbh Vivah means Pot and wedding; combined, it is a wedding with the (earthen) Pot.

5. Mahamrutyunjay Jaap
In this Jaap Vidhi, Supreme God shiva is being worshiped. This ritual is mainly performed to get a healthy and healed life and get freed from prolonged sickness. This puja is done at Brahma muhurta in the early morning in Trimbakeshwar temple.

6. Rudra Abhisheka
The Rudra abhisheka is the ritual performed at Trimbakeshwar temple at muhurta suggested by the Guruji. as a part of this ritual, shiva linga is bathed with "Panchamrut' to seek blessings of the supreme deity Lord shiva.

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