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November 27, 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join us in this spiritually enriching celebration of Karthika Maasa. May this divine month bring peace, prosperity, and blessings to you and your loved ones.
- Special Karthika Maasa Puja: Join us in offering prayers and rituals dedicated to Lord Shiva and other deities associated with this sacred month.
- Divine Lamp Lighting (Deepa Puja): Participate in the lighting of lamps, symbolizing the dispelling of darkness and the welcoming of divine light.
- Devotional Music and Bhajans: Immerse yourself in the soul-stirring melodies and devotional songs dedicated to Lord Shiva.
- Pravachana (Spiritual Discourse): Gain spiritual insights and wisdom through a discourse on the significance of Karthika Maasa.
- Aarti and Prasadam: Conclude the celebration with the uplifting sounds of aarti and savor the blessed prasadam.
Dress Code: Traditional or White Attire
This gathering is an opportunity to come together in prayer, reflection, and community. Your presence will add to the divine atmosphere as we collectively seek blessings and grace during this sacred month.
Sponsorships, Participation, and Blessed Prasadam
If you would like to help sponsor the festival or participate in the puja yourself, please do consider from the available sponsorships. Sponsorships help to cover the cost of fruits, milk, ghee, flowers and garlands offered during the puja and abhishekam. In gratitude for your kind offering, we will give you blessed and energized prasadam from the event.
For sponsorship of Abhisekham or Archana, please reach out to our Temple Priest Sharma Ji at 630-247-0173 or email to email@example.com.
For some sponsorships, we will include your name in the sankalpam chanted before the event. The sankalpam is a Sanskrit statement recited before any major puja or homam. When your name is recited in the sankalpam, it creates a subtle energetic bond between you and the puja or homam, bringing divine blessings to you and your family.
All sponsors receive blessed and energized prasadam from the event. Blessed prasadam usually includes small packets of kumkum and/or vibhuti as well as special items like a blessed thread, yajna raksha, or other holy items.