All day Abhishekam on May 18th, starting at 10:30am till 6pm. Devotees are welcome to participate in the Abhishekam, and may bring small amount of Milk, Juice or Panchamrit.
PLEASE maintain social distancing guidelines.
Capacity is limited to 15 persons at a time. When you arrive if you notice more than 12 people, please inform the priest and wait outside, he will let you know as other devotees leave and you can be a participant in the abhishek.
Support the temple for our normal operating costs with your generous donations.
Due to the current Covid-19 (Novel Coronavirus) pandemic, we are concerned with its impact on our community.
After understanding the recommendations of various government and health authorities we have determined that the the temple will remain open as it servers the community and strengthens those who need to pray. The Aarti’s will continue as per their usual schedule. Although the temple will be open, we request that you do not bring any cooked food for Prasad, fruits are welcome.
We will continue to monitor the situation and will update you as there are any impactful changes with the virus.
The Alberta Government has placed a restriction on events and gatherings with more than 15 individuals. Due to the current situation, we generally have less than 15 devotees attending aarti or other prayers at a given time, as such, we feel that closing the temple is not necessary.
As a form of precaution, we recommend that you maintain social distance from others, and use good judgement. If you or a member of your family is sick, we respectfully request you to stay at home. The same goes , if you or your family members returned from any international travel in the past 3 weeks.
Here is some information and recommendations that we have gathered:
Please stay home if you are sick and follow Alberta Health Services advice. Call HealthLink at 811
February 8th – Magha Poornima – Introductory prayer to start our
Mahayagnya (April 23-26) Sankalpa – all volunteer families are requested to
attend the prayers
February 8, 2020
5:00pm 7:00pm 7:30pm
Ganesh Puja, Havan Dhoop Aarti SatyaNarayan Vrat followed by Shej Aarti
This year’s Yagnyam program arrangements will be initiated by
our offerings/pooja to Lord GANESHA on February 8th Saturday Magha Purnima. We
request devotees who are interested in taking the sankalpam and those who have
participated in our last major events Sri Maha Rudra Yagam and Sri Lalitha
Sahasranama koti kumkumarchana yagnyam to come to the temple on February 8th by
5pm for Ganesh pooja/ Ganapathi Mudupu and Havan followed by Aarthi and
Satyanarayana Vratham and Prasad distribution.
The estimated cost for this
program is $25000, please ask your friends and families to donate towards this
February 21 – Maha Siva
Ratri – Temple will be open till 2am.
Ratri First Prahar Puja Time – 06:03 PM to 09:26 PM
Ratri Second Prahar Puja Time – 09:26 PM to 12:49 AM, Feb 22
Ratri Third Prahar Puja Time – 12:49 AM to 04:13 AM, Feb 22
Ratri Fourth Prahar Puja Time – 04:13 AM to 07:36 AM, Feb 22
December 10th 10:00 am Ganesh pooja 10:30 am Mandapa pooja 11:30 am Ganesh homam 12:00 noon – Madhyana Aarti 7:00pm – Dhoop Aarti 7.30pm Anagha Vartham 8:30pm Shej Aarti
December 11th 10:00am Ganesh pooja 10:30am Guru Dattatreya homam 12:00noon Aarti 12:30pm – Guru Dakshina Biksha 5:30pm Satyanarayan Vrat katha 7:00pm Dhoop Aarti 7:30pm Guru Datta-Anagha kalayanam, followed by Sri DattatreyaPalakseva followed by Shej Aarti
Sri Dattatreya Pallaki Seva : Every day at Ganagapur, Pallaki Seva (Palanquin of the Lord Datta) of the Lord Datta takes place around 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm, The Palanquin Circumambulates the Temple along with Chanting, Singing, and Bhajans, hymns in praise of the Lord Datta and the Devotees performing this seva have an opportunity of sitting in front of the Deity of Shri Datta (Utsav Murti which will be kept in Pallaki) exquisitely decorated with Flowers. Devotees performing the seva take a position of Saashtanga pranama. Pallaki will move on top of them. Devotees feel that all doshas and graha peeda will be cured and ill health will be cured by doing this seva. After the 3 rounds (With Bhajans) around the Sanctum the Utsav Murti is placed inside. Devotees can offer Bhiksha in the form of monetary donations during seva. We will perform this in AnaghaDatta temple. Join us in this once a year tradition.
10:00 am – Ganesha Puja 10:30 am – Karthika Poornima Devi Puja 12:00 noon – Madhyana Aarti 1:00pm – Rudra hava 5:30pm Satyanarayana Vrat Puja 7:0pm Dhoop aarti 7:30pm – Sahasra Deepalankaran – Lighting of a 1000 lamps 8:30pm – Shej Aarti
On Kartika Poornima, traditionally, devotees light a Diya with 365 wicks. The temple will provide you with the diya with 365 wick, small donation of $21 is requested. This requires a time slot booking and is based on availability. Limited slots and a limited number of diya’s available. Time slots available from 10am to 7pm only, each time slot is 30 mins (4 slots per hour, 2 people max per each 30 minute slot), eg. 10am to 10:30am / 10:30am to 11:00am Please book your time and stick to your scheduled time. Late arrivals may not be accommodated due to time constraints.