- The Journey after Death
- popular ones is called pitriloka. One lives there happily with one's departed forefathers. People in heaven have bodies made of prana or life.
- Brahmopanishad of the Yajur Veda
- As said in the Chandogyopanishad, If he longs after Pitriloka, by his very thought the Pitris arise; so he attains Pitriloka and is great there.
- their souls and take them to Pitriloka is the water of Mandakini, emancipating his ancestors to Pitriloka. Bhagiratha performed . they reached the Pitri Loka.
- The Significance and Ritual of Shraaddha
- reside in Pitriloka or wander at other places. It is for their sake that the Pindadaana are offered.
- Crunch Time
- The blood sucking monsters who inhabit Naraka, a sacred place for highly respected persons and deceptively have it decorated to look like the pitriloka, the after death world of the ancestors where average quality human souls dwell.
- Pitriloka: (Sanskrit) "World of ancestors.
- VEDA - Vedas and Vedic Knowledge Online - Vedic Encyclopedia
- Husband and wife leave for higher planets (svarga-, pitri-loka) and stay there as long Also Yama-loka (Pitri-loka) is sometimes described as an eternal abode.
- Galleries | Inframundo o Pitri Loka | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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- Bhagavad-Gita: Chapter 8, Verse 25
- The word dhumah meaning smoke indicates the presiding demigod of the path in which lies the Pitri-loka the realm of the manes or ancestors.
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