Happy Diwali

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Wish you all a very Happy and Prosperous Diwali. 
 
Today’s program at the temple
 
10:30am – Kuber Lakshmi Havan
12:00 Baba Madhyana Aarti
6:pm-7pm – Baba Abhishek
7:00pm – 7:30 -Dhoop Aarti & Palaki Seva.
7:30pm Maha Lakshmi Puja 
8:30pm – Lighiting Diyas and Sparklers – Diwali celebration
9:00pm – Shej Aarti.

October Events

October 5 – Poornima – Satyanarayana Katha

October 7 – Composers Day

October 8 – Karwa chouth

October 16 – Dhan Teras

October 19 – Diwali

Deepavali Celebrations

On the auspicious occasion of Diwali on Thursday October 19th, we will be decorating Anagha Lakshmi devi, with 108 Sarees.

All devotees have an opportunity to bring a new saree of any kind (silk, cotton, jari, synthetic etc) to adorn AnaghaLakshmi mataji.

Devotees wishing to donate the saree for this are requested to bring a new saree along with a $11.00 donation to the temple and hand it over to Panditji by October 15th.  Only 108 spots available for this, Panditji will recite the names of the donor families during the Kuber Lakshmi Havan, on the morning of Deepavali.

The devotees offering this saree will also have the opportunity to participate in the Lakshmi puja in the evening (7:30pm) and the Donor family will be able to light a Diya to be kept in front of Baba’s altar for Deep-utsav (Diya lighting ceremony).

All are welcome to join in all of the festivities. 

10:30am – Kuber Lakshmi Havan
12:00 Baba Madhyana Aarti
6:pm-7pm – Baba Abhishek
7:00pm – 7:30 -Dhoop Aarti & Palaki Seva.
7:30pm Maha Lakshmi Puja 
8:30pm – Lighiting Diyas and Sparklers – Diwali celebration
9:00pm – Shej Aarti.

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October 30 – Ekadasi Rudra Havan

October 31 – Tulsi Vivah

September 20 -September 30 – Devi Navrathri

SEPTEMBER 20-Durga Navrathri Begins 

During the Navratrhi the Anagha Devi murthi is decorated in the form of different Shakti avtar. Join us Daily to celebrate the Navrathri

 

Sept 20

Wednesday

Navratri Begins, 
10:15 Ganesh Puja  followed by Ghata/Kalahsthapana and Sarvatho bhadrapuja
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
12:30 Navratri Homam
6:00 Batukamma Puja
7:00 Dhoop Aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

 

Sept 21

Thursday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
6:00pm Bala Puja (young girls under age of 9)
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

Sept 22

Friday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
6:00pm – Soundarya Lahiri
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

Sept 23

Saturday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
6:00pm – Dandia
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

Sept 24

Sunday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja

10:30 Baba Abhishek
11:00 Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

Sept 25

Monday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti

7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

Sept 26

Tuesday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
6:00pm – Vishnu Sahasranama
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

27

Wednesday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
6:00pm – Saraswati Puja – Kids should bring books and instruments
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

28

Thursday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
6:00pm – Suhasini Puja
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

29

Friday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
6:00pm – Batukamma
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

30

Saturday

10:00 Pratha Kala Puja
11:00am Homam
12:00 Madhyana Aarti
6:00pm – Classical Dance
7:00 Dhoop aarti
7:30 Navratri Puja
8:00 Lalitha Sahasranama
9:00 Shej Aarti

Maha Rudra Yagya

Om Sai Ram,

 

We are pleased to share the details about the Maha Rudra Yagya on the occasion of Shirdi Saibaba Centennial celebrations. As per earlier announcement, we wish to strengthen Guru Parampara Movement and the importance of Guru in one’s life.

 

Meaning and Significance of Yagya:

 

The word Yagya is derived from “yaj,” meaning divine worship in the form of fire sacrifices involving the use of various rituals. The objects of that worship are various Bhagawans (Gods) and divinities. From the ancient times, Yagyas are performed to commemorate important events and occasions.  Vedas suggest that life itself should be led as a sacrifice in which every action should be an offering. 

 

The purpose of yagya is to harness divine power to fulfill desires, overcome difficulties or achieve the four main goals of life, namely Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.  The mantras and hymns which are sung during the sacrifices are meant to appease the gods and help the worshippers to fulfill their desires and seek divine protection. It is the means by which human beings can ensure their wellbeing upon earth ensuring discharge of karmic debts.  

 

The essential purpose of any Yagya is the preservation of the world in a happy and peaceful state. Yagyas not only help gain higher spiritual state but also worldly objectives.

 

Keeping in mind the current crisis of the world, economic state of Canada and our own city Calgary, Sri Anagha Datta Society decided to perform Maha Rudra Yagya for the well-being and prosperity of all of us. This event is planned to align with Shirdi Saibaba Centennial celebrations.

 

This will be a massive event.  We cannot succeed without generous support and participation from community. 

 

Program:

 

  1. Ekadasi Hawans:  There will be 16 Hawans on Ekadsi days starting from the month August 2017 to October 2018.  Participants’ gotras will be recited by the priest on all of these 16 Ekadasi havans, regardless of their physical presence.  Exact dates are provided below. 

 

Donation:  $501 for couple for all 16 Hawans (willing participants can register as soon as they can to join from the first Hawan on August 2, 2017)

 

  1. 5 day Maha Rudra Yagya in July 2018.  This will include the Pratahkala puja, Rudra Ekadasi puja, Rudra-abhishekam, and Shiv Parvati Vivhah.

 

Donation:  $1001 for couple to participate in Maha Rudra Yagya (willing participants can register as soon as they can)

 

Event registration form is provided below

 

Everyone is welcome to attend this auspicious event, join on the occasion of the Shirdi Sai Baba 100th Maha Samadhi year and obtain blessings of the Guru. We will pray to recover from the challenges due to current economic situation faced by everyone.
All Calgary organizations are requested to support this event by sharing this information to all their devotees and encourage them to attend the event throughout next 16 months.

 

We are also looking for all Rudram chanters to join this occasion, and chant Rudram on every Ekadasi.

Further details about the program are available by contacting the temple directly. Please call 403-668-0653 or email info@anaghadatta.org

Ekadasi Havans @ 7:30pm

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Friday, September 1, 2017

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Monday, October 30, 2017

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Friday, December 29, 2017

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Friday, May 25, 2018

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Saturday, October 10, 2018

 

 

 

 

Sri Anagha Datta Society of Calgary

Maha Rudra Yagya

महा रूद्र यज्ञ

July 26 2018 – July 30 2018

 

 

 

Pledge form

 

Gotra: ______________________________

 

Yajman Name: ____________________________________________                     Birth Star: __________

 

Wife’s Name: _____________________________________________                     Birth Star: __________

 

Children’s names: ________________,____________________,__________________,_____________

 

Contact phone numbers: ______________________________________________

 

Email Address: _____________________________________________________

 

Donation Amount: $501.00 / $1001.00

Please make cheques payable to Sri Anagha Datta Society of Calgary

Please feel free to contact the panditji for any further details

July – Guru poornima

Guru Poornima Celebrations Start on Friday the 7th July at 8:01pm
Purnima Tithi Begins = 20:01 on 7/Jul/2017

Join us to seek baba’s blessings with Baba Abhishekam on Guru Poornima.

Fridat 7th July – 7pm – Dhoop Aarti
Friday 7th July 8:01pm – Abhishekam and Palki seva
Friday 7th July 9:00pm – Shej Aarti

Saturday 8th July 7:30am – Kakad Aarti and Baba Abhishek
Saturday 8th July 9:00am – Havan
Saturday 8th July 10:30am – Baba Abhishekam
Saturday 8th July 12:00noon – Madhyan Aarti
Saturday 8th July 5:00pm – Satyanaryan Vrat – Guru poornima
Saturday 8th July 7:00pm – Dhoop Aarti
Saturday 8th July 7:30pm – Palki Seva and Baba Abhishekam
Saturday 8th July 8:30pm – Shej Aarti

Sunday 9th July 9:30am – Kakad Aarti
Sunday 9th July 10:30am – Baba Abhishek
Sunday 9th July 12:00noon – Madhyana Aarti
Sunday 9th July 7:00pm – Dhoop Aarti
Sunday 9th July 8:30pm- Shej Aarti

Sponsorships welcome for Flowers and Abhishekams.
Volunteers Required.