As it has been announced, this year the Mahayagnya will be evoking the Maha Ganapathi and Subramanya. This will be the 4th year of the panchaythana (the first four being, MahaRudra Yagyna(2018), Lalitha Sahasranama Koti kumkum archana(2019), MahaVishnu Sudarshana yagyam(2020)
April 12 – Sankalpa puja April 13 – April 18 – Sri Ganapathi and Sri Subramanya Yagyam April 17 – Sri Sita Rama Kalyanam April 18 – Sri Subramanya-Valli-Devasena Shanti Kalyanam
Devotees willing to support in chanting may learn Ganapathi Atharvaseersham and Skanda Sasti Kavacham.
Further details of the event will be announced closer to the event date.
Donations are requested to support this Mahayagnya.
6:15pm Anagha Laxmi Pooja. Families with small children who wish to do Bhogi Pallu can come to mandir by 6:15pm. Spots are limited as total occupancy is limited to 15 people again as per current Alberta rules.
7pm – Dhoop Aarthi
7:30pm – Chandana Archana Sahit Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam, Sri Maha Lakshmi Stuthi
8:30pm Shej Aarthi.
January 14th Pongal/Makar Sankranthi
10am Ganesh Pooja
10:30am Baba Abhishek
12pm Madhyan AarthiFollowed by Sri Suryanarayana Swami Pooja/ Makara SankranthiRecitation of Aditya Hrudayam and Sri Suryastakam.6pm – special pooja for Lord Ganesha, Subrahmanyeswara, Lord Shiva, Devi, Lord Vishnu and Sri Guru with Rice, wheat and Lentils seeking blessings for farmers and agriculture and to remove all obstacles for this new year.
7pm – Dhoop Aarthi
7:30pm – Sri Anagha Devi Pooja, Kumkumarchana for Sri Meru with Lalitha Sahasranama Parayana.8:30pm – Shej Aarthi.
Covid-19, in-person attendance is limited to 15 devotees only. If you wish to
participate in this, please contact the temple and confirm your attendance (and
the number of people from your household who will be present). We also request
devotees to leave quickly after the darshan to allow others to come in and take
December 25 – Vaikunta Ekadasi/Mukkota Ekadasi/Geeta Jayanti
10:30am – Ganesh Puja /
11:00am – Vaikunta Dwara
Maha Vishnu darsanam
– Madhyana Aarti
Lighting diya’s in the form of Shanka chakra Nama.
Temple’s Anniversary on Datta Jayanti – 3 Day celebration (Dec 27 to Dec 29)
of Baba and Anagha Mata with Loonies and Toonies, please contribute towards
this, you may bring your coins (loonies and toonies) to the mandir by the 25th.
10:00am – Ganesh Puja and
Mandir Anniversary Sankalpam puja
10:30am – Baba
Abhishekam for the Utsav Moorti and Paduka Abhishekam
– Madhyana Aarti
Anagha Datta Kalyanam
Dhana Lakshmi Kuber puja
10:30am – Mandapa Puja
and Anagha Dattatreya Abhishekam for the Utsav Moorti
– Madhyana Aarti
Followed by ShejAarti
29 – Datta Jayanti and Annapoorna Jayanti
10:00am – Mandpa puja
10:30am – Baba
– Madhyana Aarti
Followed by Datta Bhiksha
Followed by Ganapati
and Guru Homam & Poornahuti
– Satyanaryana Vratam
Dattatreya Palki Yatra
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
Deeparadhana – Lighting diyas
5:00pm – Baba Abhishek
7:00pm – Dhoop aarti
8:30pm – Shejaarti
January 1, 2021
– Baba Abhishek
Special Flower Alankar
for Jan 1st – please bring flowers to the mandir by the 31st
7:00pm – Dhoop Aarti
Aarti with various aarti thali.
8:30pm – Shej Aarti.
Please donate generously to support
the mandir operating costs.
Please sign up by clicking above to reserve your slot to light the Karthik deepam, the diya with 365 wicks. Temple will provide a diya with the 365 wick. Please do not bring your diya or oil/ghee to the temple. You are requested to limit your time in the temple. Please donate $21 towards the Diya, please provide your Gotra nama at signup so the priest can conduct the prayer in your name in the morning.
Due to Covid-19 Restrictions, we are limiting the number of slots. Please arrive on time. Please NO cooked food for prasadam. Devotees may bring fruits.
Upon entering the temple, please record your name and phone number in the book and sanitize your hands. Please wear a mask.
During the Navratri, the Mataji’s Idol will be decorated in the different alankars. All are welcome to attend and seek the blessings of the MahaShakthi, divine mother during this auspicious time.
Friday – October 16 – Swarnalankruta Anaghadevi
10:00am – Ganapati puja and Sarvatobharda mandapa puja
Saturday – October 17 – Bala Tripura Sundari
6:00pm – Bala Puja (Please bring your daughters under age of 10 for prayers)
Sunday – October 18 – Gayatri Devi
10:30am – Baba Abhishekam
6:00pm – Batukama puja
Monday – October 19 – Annapurna Alankar
Tuesday – October 20 – Saraswati Alankar
6:00 pm Saraswati puja puja and Aksharabyasam
Wednesday – October 21 – Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Alankar
Thursday – October 22 –Sri Maha Lakshmi Alankar
Friday – October 23 – Durga Alankar- Durgastami Pooja
5:30pm – Suhasini Pooja
6:00pm – Soundarya Lahiri
Saturday – October 24 -Navami – Mahishasur Mardhini Alankar Pooja
6:00pm – Bhakti Sangeet – Kriti’s on Devi ( by Divya Daripalli & Archana)
Sunday – October 25 – Sri RajaRajeswari Alankar Pooja -VIJAY DASAMI/ DUSSEHRA Celebration 10:30am Baba Abhishek to the Main Idol 11:30am Baba Astotra puja 12:00 noon Aarti 1:00pm Havan 2:00pm Reading of Sai Satcharitra 4:00pm SivaParvati Shanti Kalyanam 6:00pm Decorating Baba stage with flowers and diyas. (Pushpalankaran and Deepalankarana)
7:00pm Dhoop aarti followed by DeviAlankara and Kumkum puja( with Lalitha sahasranama chanting), followed by Rajopachara puja and aarti. Prayers will conclude around 9:30pm
Devotees may bring flower garlands to offer to the various deities.
During Navratri Daily morning prayers will start at 10am Evening Dhoop aarti will be at 7pm, followed by DeviAlankara and Kumkum puja( with Lalitha sahasranama chanting), followed by Rajopachara puja and aarti. Prayers will conclude around 9:30pm
Sponsorship for Mathaji Alankar and Pooja is $401.00 each day.
Sponsorship for Baba Alankar on Navami(October 24) and Vijaydasami (October 25) – $351. During other Navratri days Daily baba alankar sponsorship $151.00
Sponsorship for Shanti Kalyanam on Vijaya Dasami, October 25th, is $516.00
Donations may be made at the temple or online http://anaghadatta.org/donations/donate-online/
Generous donations are requested towards flowers, and other operating expenses. Please call Mandir for more information about the event.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the temple will be limiting the concurrent number of attendees to comply with the regulations. All devotees who attend are requested to sanitize their hands, maintain physical distancing and wear masks.
11:00am Ganesh pooja 11:30am Ganapathy Abhishekam 12:00noon Madhyana Aarti 7:00pm Dhoop Aart 7.30pm Ganesh mandap pooja & Ganesh chathurti vrat katha followed by Baba Shej Aarti
Devotees wishing to Participate in the Vinayaka Chavithi Puja(Ganesh Chathruthi Katha) may join in person. Seating will be on first come basis and capacity will be limited due to Covid concerns.
Daily morning from August 21 to August 29 during the Ganapathy Navratri 11am – 12:00noon – Ganesh Puja and Abhishekam 7:30pm Mandap Puja
On August 29: Ganesh Visarjan/Nimarjan 11am- 1:30pm Devotees may bring their Ganesha’s to temple for visarjan/nimarjan
All devotees must sanitize hands and wear a mask at all times while in the temple. Devotees are also requested to enter their names and contact number in the book to comply with Alberta Contact Tracing as per the Alberta health regulations.
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.