MAHASIVARATHRI MAHOTSAVAM 2021
Wednesday, March 10th:
Flag hoisting at 10:00 a.m.
Rudrahomam at 11:00 a.m.
Pradosham: Rudrabhishekam at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 11th: SIVARATHRI
Sri Vighnaeswara Pooja followed by Kalasa Sthapana at 8:00 a.m.
Zoom is available for all Abhishekams and Archanas
Zoom Link: CLICK HERE
The schedule for the day is as follows:
Please Note: In the evening, we have some rare opportunities for the Devotees to perform Maha Sivalinga Abhishekam by themselves in the Study Hall.
Bilva patrams, milk and water will be provided. There is nominal charge of $10 for this.
Archana will be performed every hour between 12 noon and 4:30 p.m.
After 7:30 p.m. Abhishekam there will be Pallaki Utsav for $25.
For all Abhishekams - only 12 families or 25 people will be allowed inside the temple on first come basis. Additional devotees will be seated in the Study Hall.
For all Archanas - Between 25 to 30 devotees will be allowed inside the temple first come basis.
No food, fruits, milk, flowers, yogurt or any other item will be accepted for Abhishekam. Devotees can make a donation in lieu of the above items.
There will be NO JAGARANA.
SPONSORSHIP OPTION 1 - IN THE TEMPLE
Abhishekam - $201
Archana - $51
Special seating for Abhishekam in the Nandi Hall: $1,001 (one time only)
SPONSORSHIP OPTION 2 - ZOOM / STUDY HALL
Abhishekam - $151
Archana - $25
All Shivarathri day Abhishekams - $751
Donation for flowers - $21, $51, $101
Sponsorship for Abhishekam and Archana inside the temple is by appointment only.
To sponsor or schedule appointments for Abhishekam and Archana for any of the above options, please click on the links below to fill out the form & donate.
If there is a conflict in appointment time, someone from the temple will reach out to you.
Google Forms: Link
If you encounter any error paying online towards any temple services, this may be due to a change in your name or email. In case of an error, please send us your information via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Temple will be providing Maha Prasadam ("Take out") from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Sivarathri day.