Tehravin refers to the ceremony conducted to mark the final day of mourning after a death by North Indian Hindus, and sometimes Sikhs. The term tehravin means thirteenth, and the terahvi shanti puja is held on the thirteenth day after the death being mourned. Alms are given to the poor and to pandit who facilitate conduct the ceremonies, which will include Puja and havan for Hindus and a educe recitation of the Guru Granth Sahib for Sikhs. A community function and feast is usually organized for the mohalla or village to commemorate the dead person, especially if the deceased was socially popular.
Benefits of Terahvi Shanti Puja :
- This Puja will help your loved one’s soul to rest in peace.
- Shows the love towards your loved one’s who is no more.