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KSrinivasan
28-12-2012, 11:48 PM
Dasoham

Can I take food in the aabdhigam of my brother-in-law ( younger sister's husband) pithru sesham.?
Can my son ( married) take food in the same occasion?

Can I take food in the annual ceremony of my younger brother?

Request individual clarifications please.

Dasan Srinivasan

bmbcAdmin
29-12-2012, 10:07 PM
Can I take food in the aabdhigam of my brother-in-law ( younger sister's husband) pithru sesham.?
Pitru Sesham can be taken only from Pangalis only and very close relations like mama, mami, aththai, athimber, thaatha,paati.
" No" is the answer for all other relationships. But, one can partake out of his own willingness.


Can my son ( married) take food in the same occasion?
Your son will be the 'maruman' of your sister, hence he can take food, if he wish.


Can I take food in the annual ceremony of my younger brother?
'Yes', you can take, because, here the shradham is done not only for your brother but also for your father and grand father.

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