ATHI RUDRA MAHA YAGNA
Our beloved Bhagawan has ordained that the Athi Rudra Maha Yajna be performed alongside the traditional Bengali Durga Pooja and the Navarathri Homa during Navarathri this year at Muddenahalli.
Athi Rudra Maha Yagnam is considered as the highest form of worship to Lord Shiva by the sacred vedic scriptures. It holds tremendous potency to cleanse the atmosphere of lower vibrations and charge it with divine energy. This auspicious yagnam will be performed by 140 learned vedic priests by chanting 14641 Namaka and 1331 Chamaka and performing 1465 Sri Rudra Homas in 11 Homa Kundams in the Divine presence of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba at Sathya Sai Grama, Muddenahalli from 13th to 23rd October, 2015.
A holy atmosphere of vedic chants, further suffused with homas and pujas to propitiate various deities including Lord Ganesha, Sri Dakshinamurthy, the Navagrahas and Goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi to name a few, along with Abhishekam to sacred lingam would constitute the morning sessions. The afternoon sessions would include kramarchana parayana and Bhagavatha Sapthah followed by Divine discourse by our beloved Bhagawan. Cultural programs would mark the celebrations in the evening. The Navarathri Homa will be performed by priests from Karnataka and the Durga Pooja will be performed in traditional style by priests from West Bengal. The divine atmosphere created in this manner invoking both Lord Shiva and Mother Shakti would have far reaching effects.
This Maha Yajna is being performed for Loka Kalyana and good of all mankind as well as to ensure universal peace and prosperity. It is, indeed, our good fortune that such a grand Vedic ritual is being performed in a selfless manner in the Divine Presence of Bhagawan, the very embodiment of Siva-Sakti form of Absolute Cosmic Energy in its entirety.
Dates: October 13, 2015 to October 23, 2015.
Venue: Sri Sathya Sai Hrudaya Mandira, Sri Sathya Sai Grama, Muddanahalli, Chikballapur District, Karnataka, India.
October 13, 2015
Morn: 03:00AM to 11:30AM. Eve: 04:00PM onwards
From October 14 to 22, 2015
Morn: 05:30AM to 11:30AM. Eve at 04:00PM onwards
October 23, 2015
Morn: 05:30AM onwards. Maha Poornahuhti at 12:10 PM
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