shraddha

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shraddha

(ˈʃrɑːdɑː) or

sraddha

n
(Hinduism) Hinduism Buddhism a ceremonial offering to an ancestor
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disputes, attack on/ murder of advocate, earthquake in Nepal, to condole the death of their near relatives, to show solidarity to advocates of other State Bar Associations, moral support to movements by social activists, heavy rains, or on some religious occasions such as shraadh , Agrasen Jayanti, etc.
A large number of people from across the country converge here, especially on the occasion of Shraadh, the 15-day occasion related to death ritual.
Based on the report received from chief justices of various states, the report itself mentioned a few reasons -- bomb blast in Pakistan school, amendments to Sri Lanka's Constitution, interstate river water disputes, attack on/murder of advocate, earthquake in Nepal, to condole the death of their near relatives, to show solidarity to advocates of other State Bar Associations, moral support to movements by social activists, heavy rains, or on some religious occasions such as shraadh, Agrasen Jayanti, etc.
Pitri paksh or shraadh ended yesterday (Wednesday).
There have been cases where the girl's family has been forced to perform her last rites ( shraadh ) and the boy's family asked to pay a hefty fine and organise a community feast -- in return for the physical safety of the young couple.
As per Hindu tradition, one's children or family members perform the Shraadh, the ritual of remembering the deceased.