Pind Daan in Haridwar at Har-Ki- Pauri Ghat 

Pind Daan is a Hindu ritual performed to pay respect to the departed souls of ancestors. It is believed that performing this ritual helps the souls of the departed ones to attain salvation or moksha. Haridwar is considered to be one of the holiest places in India for performing Pind Daan, and many people from different parts of the country come here to perform this ritual.

There are several locations in Haridwar where Pind Daan can be performed, including the Har Ki Pauri Ghat, Kush Vrat Ghat and the Braham Kund. The ritual involves the offering of food, water, and other items to the departed souls, followed by a prayer and a ritual bath in the Ganges River.

Many pandits or priests are available in Haridwar to perform the Pind Daan ritual, and they can guide and assist the devotees in performing the ritual. The cost of the ritual may vary depending on the type of offerings made and the number of priests involved.

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Pind Daan Haridwar performs for the benefit of people who want to heal themselves from all past negative energy and purify their ancestors to make them happy forever by freeing them.

If you are not able to travel to India and still want to do rituals for your departed ancestors. We realize that in the fast-going life, not easy to get free time to take care of everything, especially for one who is no more with us but we organize this kind of activity with a viable solution for your needs. We assist our clients with low-cost service here in Uttarakhand.

Haridwar- The Holy City of Maha Kumbh Mela Event
Haridwar- The Holy City of Maha Kumbh Mela Event

Pind Daan Meaning

The Hindu priests perform this ritual by offering seven Pandas or balls. This ritual officiated by Brahmins and followed by the deceased family member., making seven Pandas or balls are specifically offered for the departed soul.

Pinda Daan  Haridwar tradition has been rolled down through countless generations and has been one of the most vital and mandatory rituals for us. It is a tribute to the departed that helps it to attain liberation ( Moksha) from the Samsara ( the cycle of life and rebirth ) or Mukti.

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main attractions of haridwar
The main attraction of Haridwar Har- Ki Pauri

Hindu Tradition

In Hindu tradition, Haridwar city is celebrated as one of the most sacred places out of seven cities across India. The Haridwar literally translated as “Gateway to God.” It is supposed to be the stopover by Hindu pilgrims while going up on a pilgrimage of Char Dham ( the four sacred shrines in the upper Himalayas ) in the state of Uttarakhand.

Association with River

And, every Hindu believer is expected to visit once at Haridwar in his or her lifetime. The most sacred river of India is the Ganges, the holiest river Ganga or Ganges River flowing down to Haridwar.

The Ganga river is holy among Hindus. It is believed that just taking a dip in the waters or bathing in it, wash away all worldly attachments, sin, and bad karma to attain salvation or Moksha. The river, the Ganges, and its banks, all the way to the Bay of Bengal, are venerated as holy spots and the sacred place for doing the rituals for the departed one. One such ritual is called “  Pind Daan” as a form of communication with the soul.

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The Role of the Priest

The professional priests, who learned these rituals through an extensive study of Vedic scriptures offer these holy soul-purifying services for Pind Daan in Haridwar where our priests will officiate the ritual according to sacred Vedic texts and tradition.


It is recommended to consult with a trusted pandit or priest before performing the Pind Daan ritual, as it is considered to be a sacred and significant ritual in Hinduism.



Namaste! I am Om. I am a licensed Tourist Guide ( Approved by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India), I’m originally from Varanasi. Now, I am living in Rishikesh. I set up this blog to share my tips and experiences for traveling to inspire and help you to travel more. Hari Om

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