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Vedic Navratri Pujas at the Art of Living International Ashram, 2014 schedule

Art of living , Navratri Vedic Puja

This is an 11 day celebration at the Art of Living Bangalore Ashram.

Sri Maha Ganapati Homa:

This homa is offered to that aspect of divinity which removes all obstacles to our growth and success. It is for clearing all impediments before the start of any project or venture and attract auspiciousness in our lives.

Navgraha Homa:

Everything in creation is connected, and all the various spheres in the universe mutually affect each other. This homa reduces negative influences that enter our lives and increases positive influences.

Sri Maha Rudra Homa:

This homa helps to transform stagnancy and for overall prosperity, health, happiness, success and removal of obstructions. It is offered to the one who removes misery.

Sri Maha Sudarshan Homa:

This homa blesses us with the right vision, removes ignorance and ushers to us a new life overflowing with knowledge. It is especially for removing confusion and mental blocks and giving serenity.

Sri Nava Chandi Homa:

The Chandi homa marks the pinnacle of all Navaratri homas. It is performed to remove all negative tendencies and obstacles to growth, both, in ourselves and in the environment.

Rishi Homa:

This homa is done in gratitude to all the enlightened masters. It honors all the seers and sages of the past, present and future.

Vishnu Sahastranama

Sahastranama literally means ‘the thousand names’. This chanting is done for bringing success in life. It is offered to honour the sustaining energy in creation.

Lalita sahastranama

Regular chanting of Shri Lalita Sahastranama will provide a long, contented, healthy life.

Schedule

Day Date Tithi Time Schedule
  Tuesday, 23-Sep Amavasya   Rudrabhishekam
1 Wednesday, 24-Sep Prathipat 7.00pm Rudrabhishekam
         
2 Thursday, 25-Sep Dwitiya 7.00pm Rudrabhishekam
3 Friday, 26-Sep Tritiya 7.00pm Rudrabhishekam
4 Saturday, 27-Sep Chaturthi 7.00pm Rudrabhishekam
5 Sunday, 28-Sep Panchami 7.00pm Rudrabhishekam
6 Monday, 29-Sep Shashti 7.00am
Rudrabhishekam
6 Monday, 29-Sep Shashti 9.00am Shri Maha Ganapati Homam, Shri Subramaniya & Navgrah Homa
      4.30pm Shri Chandi homa Prabhambham
7 Tuesday, 30-Sep Saptami 7.00am Rudrabhishekam
      8.00am Shri Maha Rudra Homam
      5.00pm Shri Maha Sudarshan Homam
Vishnu Sahastranama Parayanam
8 Wednesday, 1-Oct Ashtami 7.00am Rudrabhishekam
Shat Chandi Homa
9 Thursady, 2- Oct Navami 7.00am Rudrabhishekam
Rishi Homam
10 Friday, 3-Oct Dashami 7.00am Rudrabhishekam
Vijay Dashami Puja

During Navaratri days Shri Lalita Sahastranama Parayanam is at 6.00 pm daily

Watch all the ceremonies online. Register here

Art of Living Rudrabhishek Puja in Lucknow

Rudra puja Lucknow

Rudra Puja is an ancient practice followed in India since time immemorial. ‘Rudra’ means ‘Shiva - the Benevolent', ' the Destroyer of Evil'. 'Puja' means that which is born out of fullness. This Puja aims for inner peace and fulfillment. In this Puja, Lord Shiva is worshipped in his Rudra form. It is hailed by all Vedic scriptures as one of the greatest Pujas to remove all evils, to attain all desires and for all-round prosperity. Scriptures on Astrology prescribe this emphatically as a remedy for several planetary doshas.

When:
Where: 4/69 G Vineet Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

Contact: 9839666706

गुरु मात पिता, गुरु बंधु सखा, तेरे चरणों में स्वामी मेरे कोटि प्रणाम

गुरु मात पिता, गुरु बंधु सखा, तेरे चरणों में स्वामी मेरे कोटि प्रणाम

१. प्रियताम तुम्हीं, प्राणनाथ तुम्हीं, तेरे चरणों में स्वामी मेरे कोटि प्रणाम

२. तुम्हीं भक्ति हो, तुम्हीं शक्ति हो, तुम्हीं मुक्ति हो, मेरे सांब शिवा

३. तुम्हीं प्रेरणा, तुम्हीं  साधना, तुम्हीं आराधना मेरे सांब शिवा

४. तुम्हीं प्रेम हो, तुम्हीं करुणा हो, तुम्हीं मोक्ष हो मेरे सांब शिवा

Conflict And Innocence

Conflict And Innocence

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: Fights can only happen among equals. When you fight with someone, you make them equal. But in reality there is no one at par with you. When you keep people either above or below you, then there is no fight. When they are above you, you respect them. When they are below you, you love them and you feel compassionate. Either submission or compassion can take you out of a fight in no time. This is one way to look at it when you are tired of fighting. When you are well rested, just fight and have fun.

The same is true of the mind. As long as the mind thinks it is equal to the senses, there is conflict. When it realizes that it is bigger than the senses, there is no conflict. And when the mind is smaller than the senses, like in animals, there is no conflict. When the mind is caught up in the senses, there is constant conflict. When it transcends the senses, it comes back to its true nature, which is innocence - in no sense.

Does this make sense? (Laughter)

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