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Homage to ancestors through food offerings during 16- lunar day period as per Hindu calendar. People from south and west India follow this in the lunar month of Bhadrapada ( as per Amavasyant calendar) and people from north follow this in the month of Ashwin. ( as per Purnimant calendar). Begins with the full moon day or day after the full moon day.
This pitru paksha shraddh is also known in different names depending upon the region and languages.
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Pitru Paksha 2017 ( September 5th – 19th September)
05 September (Tuesday) Purnima Shraddha
06 September (Wednesday) Pratipada Shraddha
07 September (Thursday) Dwitiya Shraddha
08 September (Friday) Tritiya Shraddha
09 September (Saturday) Chaturthi Shraddha
10 September (Sunday) Maha Bharani, Panchami Shraddha
11 September (Monday) Shashthi Shraddha
12 September (Tuesday) Saptami Shraddha
13 September (Wednesday) Ashtami Shraddha
14 September (Thursday) Navami Shraddha
15 September (Friday) Dashami Shraddha
16 September (Saturday) Ekadashi Shraddha
17 September (Sunday) Dwadashi Shraddha, Trayodashi Shraddha
18 September (Monday) Magha Shraddha, Chaturdashi Shraddha
19 September (Tuesday) Sarva Pitru Amavasya
Last day of Pitru Paksha known as Sarva pitri Amavasya or Mahalaya Amavasya and considered as very significant day.
Pitru Paksha at Gokarna, Karnataka
People from Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Goa states visit Gokarna during this period. People also from Karnataka-Maharastra border districts, Pune, Karnataka-Kerala Border Districts, few parts of Tamil Nadu, North Indians residing at Bengaluru and Hyderabad visit Gokarna during the Pitru Paksha.
Pitru paksha shraddh is performed with physical presence at Gokarna and also without physical presence for those section of people who stay abroad or cannot travel to Gokarna for various reasons.