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  • Navavarana Sri Chakra Archana – 4:00 pm on Wed, Dec 7
    4:00 PM-8:00 PM
    12/07/2022

    This puja is performed on Poornima to Sri Chakra Meru at feet of Durga Ma, for blessings from Divine Mother.

    Sri Venkateswara Temple – Durga shrine.

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  • DATTATREYA JAYANTHI – 7:00 PM DATTATREYA ABISHEKAM
    7:00 PM-8:00 PM
    12/07/2022

    WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER o7
    DATTATREYA JAYANTHI
    7:00 PM
    DATTATREYA ABISHEKAM
     

    Datta Jayanthi will be observed with Abishekam and archana to Sri Dattareya Swami at Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple.

    Dattatreya is a form of Maha Vishnu. He is described as a form the three divinities, Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, born to Rishi Atri and Anusuya. He is depicted with a Trishul, the symbol of Shiva, Kamandalu and Japamala, sign of an ascetic, Brahma and the Conch and Chakra, the sign of Masa Vishnu. He stands beneath the sacred Audumbar tree, with the wish fulfilling kamadhenu and four dogs signifying the four  Vedas. He is also referred to as a Avaduta, one who is beyond the three qualities of Rajas, Tamas and Sattwa.
    the text ‘Avadutha Gita’ is attributed to Lord Dattatreya. the text is based on Advaita Vedanta, one of the philosophies of Hinduism.
    Worshipping Lord Dattatreya will lead us on to the path to realizing the Self.
    ~ When the pot is broken, the space within it is absorbed in the infinite space and becomes undifferentiated. When the mind becomes pure, I do not perceive any difference between the mind and the Supreme being.
    There is no pot; there is no pot’s interior space. Neither is there an individual soul nor the form of an individual soul. Know the Brahman, devoid of knowable and knower. ! Avadhuta Gita, Chapter 1

     

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  • DHANURMASA PUJA SCHEDULE Dec. 16, 2022 – Jan. 13, 2023
    5:15 AM-9:00 PM
    12/16/2022-01/13/2023

    DHANURMASA PUJA SCHEDULE
    Dec. 16, 2022 – Jan. 13, 2023

  • Dhanurmasa Daily Archana and Saturday Abhishekam – Dec 16 to Jan 13
    5:15 AM-7:30 AM
    12/16/2022-01/13/2023

    DHANUR MAASAM CELEBRATIONS
    DECEMBER 16 – JANUARY 13
    Special temple timings – change only in the morning
    5:15 AM – 7:30 AM 
    Dhanurmasam is the period when the Sun transits the Zodiac of sagittarius (Dhanur Rasi).Dhanurmasam falling between December and January is considered the pre- dawn period  of the celestials (Devas) -the Brahmamuhurtam. This particular time  before the celestial daybreak (marking the end of Dakshinayana and beginning of uttarayana) is considered most auspicious for the worship of the Lord. The shastras decree that we worship and pray during the early hours of the day during this month.
    Daily 5:15 am
    Suprabhatha Seva
    Venkateswara Aradhana
    Archana to Sri Krishana and Godha Devi (Andal)
    Tiruppavai and Tirupaliyezhuchi
    Sathumurai
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  • 108 HANUMAN CHALISA PARAYANA ,1:00 to 7:00 PM, followed by Hanuman Abhishekam & Archana – Sat, Dec 17
    1:00 PM-8:00 PM
    12/17/2022

    Hanuman is the prime devotee of Lord Rama. He is the embodiment of courage, strength and devotion. The Hanuman Chalisa is a collection of 40 verses by Saint Tulsidas, in which he talks about Hanuman’s devotion to Lord Rama, his courage, strength, appearance, His role in the Ramayana, and the need for His blessings to devotees. Chanting the Chalisa gives a lot of internal strength to the devotees and when chanting it 108 times in single day, the devotee has his wishes fulfilled. The Chalisa is written in such simple style, that even people who are new to this text find it easy to read or follow. Saturday at the temple please join in at least for a little while to read or chant this beautiful hymn along with other devotees, 1:00-7:00 pm. Abhishekam and Archana at 7:00 pm to Lord Hanumanji.Devotees may bring fruits, flowers, prasad to offer for Lord Hanumanji.

     

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  • SAHASRA DEEPALANKARAM & UNJALA SEVA – 6:30 PM SATURDAY, DEC 24
    6:30 PM-8:00 PM
    12/24/2022

    Sahara Deepa Alankaram and Unjal Seva for
    Lord Venkateshwara
    On Saturday, Vishnu Deepotsavam will be celebrated with Sahasra Deepa Ankara and Unjal Seva to Lord Venkateshwara. Devotees will be able to light lamps around the Lord, who will be seated on the Unjal (swing) along with Sri Devi and Bhoo Devi.
    It is tradition in Tirumala to perform the Sahasra Deepa Ankara Seva to the Lord while he is seated on the Unjal. Annamacharya kritis and Vedic hymns are sung during the seva and occasionally dance performances are also held.
    At the Venkateshwara Temple, similar seva will be offered amidst vedic chanting by our Vedic priests. Lamps will be lit using sesame oil. All are welcome to light a light.
    Devotees are welcome to help with the preparation of the seva in preparing the lamps and lighting them. To help with the lamps please come early. Donations of sesame oil and wicks are welcome.
    All are welcome to participate (free event).
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  • Sri Dhanvantari Homam 10:00 AM, Sat, Dec 31
    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    12/31/2022

    Sri Dhanvantari, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is the Lord of Medicine and Health. He emerged from the Milky Ocean during Samudhra Mantan, carrying the pot Elixir, or Amruth.

    Dhanvantari Homam is performed to appease and get blessing from Sri Dhanvantari, the divine doctor. Worshipping Him will provide a remedy like none else. Healthy body paves the way for healthy mind, and a successful life.

  • New Year’s Eve – Bhajans – 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.
    9:00 PM-12:00 AM
    12/31/2022-01/01/2023

    Sat, Dec 31st – Shirdi Sai Baba Temple open – 9:00 pm – 12:oo am
    Baba Arathi – 12 midnight
    Welcome the New Year with Baba Arathi.
    Devotees can walk through and have darshan of Baba to ring the New Year with Divine blessings.