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Do you know what to do during Shradh? (20 September to 6 October)

Do you know what to do during Shradh? (20 September to 6 October)
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Although the cremation of a person is considered to be the last rite that is performed by the family, there are rituals that are performed by the relatives or future generation even after the death of a person so that his/her soul rests in peace and they take care of the generations to come. The rituals also help in getting rid of the kaal sarp dosh, pitra dosh and dosh from Rahu and Ketu. It is believed that if Shradh is not performed as per the rituals then the ancestor does not attain salvation even after getting away from worldly affairs. Astrology Consultation Online

What is Shradh?  .

Shradh are meant for paying homage to the dead relatives and ancestors, to please them, ask for forgiveness, and get rid oneself of the curses of ancestors.

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BCCI confirms India tour of South Africa to go ahead without T20s, with revised dates and itinerary

BCCI confirms India tour of South Africa to go ahead without T20s, with revised dates and itinerary
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) informed that India's tour of South Africa will proceed with the revised dates and itinerary amid fears due to the emergence of a new coronavirus (COVID-19) variant Omicron.


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Covid-19: This district in Tamil Nadu has decided to close shops, public places for unvaccinated

Covid-19: This district in Tamil Nadu has decided to close shops, public places for unvaccinated
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A week's time has been given to the residents of Madurai in southern Tamil Nadu by the district administration for getting at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine following which, those unvaccinated would be barred entry from public places and commercial establishments.

The announcement was made by district collector Aneesh Sekhar, who said that only people possessing a vaccine certificate will be allowed in public places.


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