PUROHITSANGH SANSTHA AT TRIMBAKESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA
https://www.purohitsangh.org/ In the Trimbak taluka of the Nashik district of Maharashtra, Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga is a famous Hindu temple. Approximately 28 km from Nashik city, it is located. One of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Mahadev, the Trimbakeshwar temple is considered to be the holiest. Simhastha Kumbh Mela is also held every 12 years in the city. The Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga is unique because it has three deities- Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Mahesh (Shiva). Jyotirlingas are dedicated to Shiva, the main deity. Its architecture and sculpture are known for their beauty. Godavari river originates in the city. Performing shradh at Trimbakeshwar is considered to be the most sacred act. There are many reasons why the Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga is extraordinary.
https://www.purohitsangh.org/narayan-nagbali The place of Trimbakeshwar has been a pilgrimage since ancient times, so many pandits or gurujees worship here. It is the copper plates of authorized priests with copper plates that enable them to worship in Trimbakeshwar, where they are known as Tamrapatradhari Gurujis. Since the authorized priests with copper plates have the right to worship in Trimbakeshwar, they are called “tamrapatradhari” Gurujis. The devotees coming to the Trimbakeshwar temple are properly guided by the tamrapatradhari guruji authorized by the purohit Sangh for the important religious rituals of puja, shradh, havan, abhisheka.
In Trimbakeshwar, Guruji has the right to perform special pujas such as Kalsarpa Dosh Puja, Narayan Nagbali Puja, Mahamrityunjaya Mantra Jap, Tripindi Shradh Puja, and other rituals involving tamrapatra. Many pujas and rituals have been performed here since ancient times to fulfill the wishes of the devotees. Many religious rituals such as Kalasarpa Dosha Puja, Narayan Nagbali Puja, Tripindi Shradh, Rudrabhishek, Rudrayag, Kumbh Vivah, Arka Vivah, Mahamrityunjaya Mantra Jap Vidhi are performed by the Copper-plated Guruji in a classical manner on kushavarta tirtha as well as at the residence of the Tamrapatradhari Guruji.