Many Brahmins and Pandits perform rituals like Kalsarpa Yog Shanti Pooja, Narayan Nagbali Puja, Mahamrityunjay Mantra Jaap maal Vidhi, Kumbh Vivah, Rudra Abhisheka, Tripindi Shradha and other Vidhi's. But performing such rituals under the guidance of authentic and official Trimbakeshwar Guruji is more fruitful as those Purohits have ancient copper plate inscripture (i.e., TAMRAPATRA or TAMARASHASANA) and have legal right to serve Pooja.
Only purohits and their family members can perform various Pooja at Trimbakeshwar as they have a legacy and hold the prestigious ancient copper inscripture given by the Shree.Nanasaheb Peshwa (Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao). These Purohits are known as "TAMRAPATRADHARI."
Ancient Copper plate inscripture (TAMRAPATRA), old and historical records, and donative inscriptures are engraved. It is counted as the Legal document at the time of proving ownership or claim to have rights. Usually, in ancient times, inscriptures are recorded on palm leaves, but when records were the authorized document, they were engraved on the temple wall, Cave, and copper plate.
Below is the list of authorized and official Trimbakeshwar Guruji (who are TAMRAPATRADHARI PUROHITS). Only these Trimbakeshwar Guruji have a legacy and birthright given by the Shrimant Nanasaheb Peshwa to perform various pujas such as Narayan Nagbali Puja, Kalsarpa Pooja, Mahamrityunjay Mantra Jaap, Kumbh Vivah, Rudra Abhisheka, and other Pooja in the premises of Trimbakeshwar Temple. You can contact our Trimbakeshwar Guruji or Purohits by clicking on the below tabs provides list of trimbakeshwar guruji to conduct puja at Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Temple.
Trimbakeshwar is the ancient Hindu Pilgrim center which is situated at the Holy River Ganga. Many people come to worship lord shiva at this sacred place and served many pujas under authentic Trimbakeshwar Guruji's guidance.
Brahmins are a Varna in Hindu culture, and it signified someone good and virtuous. They are specialized as Pandit, Guruji (Acharya/ teacher), and protectors of sacred learning across generations. The main occupation of Trimbakeshwar Guruji is priesthood at the Trimbakeshwar Temple for religious rituals and rites. Theoretically, Guruji's are the highest-ranking of four social classes.
Many Guruji in Trimbakeshwar has been in Vedic practices for so many years. Few of Guruji also practiced and worshiped Vedic rituals and also has been rewarded in honor by the people for their intense knowledge of Ved Shastra and Vedic practices.
TAMRAPATRA are the Indian copper plate inscriptions, generally record grants of land, originally inscriptions were etched on the palm leaves, but after that, they were engraved on the temple wall or copper plate, which is buried safely at the base of any temple or hidden in stone caches.
Some of the anciently inscribed copper plate inscriptures are found in the era of Harappan, which comprised 34 characters. Soh-gaura copper plate inscription, which is marked in the Brahmi script probably from the 3rd century of the Maurya Empire, is considered the forerunner of copper plate inscriptures.