My mother in law was a widow who cohabited with my father in law and my husband was born.

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Namaskaram Sir, My mother in law was a widow who cohabited with my father in law and my husband was born. My father in law married his niece and stayed separately. After our marriage my mother in law created alot of problems in my marriage and I was on the verge for a divorce. Finally she left both of us went to my father in laws home and stayed there for a couple of months. She was later chased out by my 2nd mother in law and finally she went on her own to a old age home. We did not know when she passed. We perfomed the funeral rites for my father in law but nothing was done for my mother in law. This sin is always haunting me. Is there any parikara. Pls help.

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Answer: For such unfortunate souls, one can perform the Srardha every year on the Karthika month Amavasya day (in the north Indian it is the AagrahyaNa month). In addition, during the Pithru Paksha Amavasya, one can offer the Pithru pooja to weed off the sin for such failures to conduct the rituals. Since her departure thithi is unknown , the Sasthra state to conduct the same on the above days. If one can afford, performing a Srardha at Gaya would equate the benefits of Srardha performed for 60 years! It will also help the wandering soul to reach Swarga.

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