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Soundarya Lahiri Classes (onsite and online)

Soundarya Lahiri is a powerful divine prayer(stotra) partly revealed and partly composed by Great Universal Master Shri Sankara Bhagavatpada to express the devotion and praise the beauty of Devi Mahatripura Sundari. This stotra is a devotional hymn loaded with beautiful literary orna

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VILAKKU PUJAI

Devotees get together on a Friday evening, once a month, to offer collective prayers to Ambal. The prayer session starts with Ganapati Pujai, followed by chanting of Soundarya Lahiri and Kumkum archana with Lalitha Sahasra Namavali. This is then followed by reciting Kanakadhara Stotram and Durga

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Anusha Pujai

Monthly Anusha pujai of Mahaperiyava followed by Bhajans, Namasankeerthanam

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Namasankeerthanam

Bhagavan-nāma kīrtanaṁ is one of the nine modes of bhakti as enumerated in Śrīmad Bhāgavatam. The bhajanasampradāyaṁ, singing the name and/or the glories of the Lord, was started nearly 500 years ago by Sri Caitanya Mahāprabhu. In South India, the origin of the NāmaSankīrtanam is traced to Govindapuram Sri Bhagavan-nama Bodhendra Swamigal and Thiruvisainallur Sridhara Venkatesa Swamigal, both of whom lived nearly 350 years ago. The bhajana sampradāyaṁ that is in vogue currently is attributed Marudhanalllur Satguru Sri Venkatarama Swamigal who lived 250 years ago.
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Rudrabhishekam

Abhishekam forms an important purification ritual in “Pujai” offerings. In a Siva pujai many sacred materials (dravyams) are used in Abhishekam. During the abishekam, devotee is able to see the 11 different Rudras and it may also be a way of washing of one’s sins. As Rudra is a very fierce form of Shiva, abishekam may have a significance in cooling of or pleasing of the God.

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Know Our Religion

World’s oldest religion was supposed to be without a name and has been subject to many interpretations. History has had its own influence in making some of the documentation on religion available to a common man which has primarily relied on non-written form of transfer of knowledge.

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