Purandara Aradhan
Saturday 27 Jan, 9:30 to 1:00 and Sunday 28th Jan, 2PM to 6PM.
A day to commemorate and pay homage to Shri Purandara dasa the great poet Saint. Please come and enjoy the renderings of all his compositions by young children and adults.
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The Temple

For thousands of years Hindu temples have been constructed, allowing people to immerse themselves in an atmosphere where they can worship a particular form of God, gather with other devotees, and become more connected to the Absolute. Though most Hindu temples are usually open to the public, it is important to enter each one with the understanding that it is a sacred space. Being conscious of certain etiquettes can help one navigate the hallowed grounds of a temple respectfully.

Prayers

Worship of the murti, the sacred image, is central to Hindu Dharma. Many of the nineteenth century reform movements...

Learning

Vedas, meaning “knowledge,” were written in Vedic Sanskrit between 1500 and 500 BCE in the northwestern region the Indian Subcontinent.

Offerings

Goddess Lakshmi bestows 16 types of wealth: Fame, knowledge, courage and strength, victory, good children, valour, gold, grains, happiness, intelligence and more

Aarti

The aarti plate should be moved around God in a clockwise direction completing a circle. While doing aarti, the plate should be waved between the Anahat and Adnya chakras.