Prayers for the dear departed


Many times, in remote places, Mobeds are not available for prayers for the dear departed. In such cases, the family members should not be deprived of having obsequies performed for the deceased. Prayer Hall, Worli, has come out with audio files, which have the prayers for all the ceremonies, with a 10 second gap, for putting in the name of the deceased, wherever required.

Click on each of the links for the full prayers.

 

Click Here for MP3

Geh Sarnu

Click Here for MP3

Sarosh-nu-patru

Click Here for MP3

Afternoon Uthamna

Click Here for MP3

Mid-Night (Pachhli Raat-nu) Uthamna

Click Here for MP3

Cherum (Charam / Chahram) nu Jashan

 

Courtesy: Dinshaw Tamboly

 

 

 

11 comments

  • This is great. Its a great relief for the super senior citizens who are immobilized. They too can offer the prayers. God Bless.
    May be soon we may get on line viewing of some of the ceremonies being performed like Jashan at Radio club house on Ava Yazad Parab day. Some of us live so far its not possible for us to be a part of the Jashan.

  • Dear Sirs, Thank you for all your good articles. Is there a way where we can download the ‘Prayers for the Departed’? Thanking you in anticipation, Jal

  • Why agyari does not take panthak why they refuse for other prayers

  • Thank you so much for this useful article.

  • Dear Sir, Would love to know the name of the mobed who has recited these prayers.His voice is so clear. Thank you.

  • Dear Sir,
    Also a note to let you know that iam unable to download these prayers as save file as doesnt work as its in a html page which gets downloaded and not in an audio format. pls check and update if possible .Thank You.

  • This is so useful. This mobed has pronounced each n every word so distinctly.

  • This was required, by us who are abroad. Thank you.

  • Kashmira Ichhaporia

    Just good to boost our religion.

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