Celebrating Utsavs at Ashram

At Vehlal Ashram, devotees celebrates major festivals including following:

Maha Shivratri: The grand celebration of Mahashivratri is performed by continous chanting of "Om Namah Shivay", Shivstuti & Rudrabhishek. During this festival, devotees desirous of worshiping as per scriptures get an opportunity within four Prahar Puja performed throughout night till morning. At the same time, the continuous offering of Bili Patra to lord Shiva.




Gurupurnima: The full moon day in the Hindu month of Ashad (July-August) is observed as the auspicious day of Guru Purnima, a day sacred to the memory of the great sage Vyasa. Vyasa even taught Dattatreya, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus. Gurus are often equated with God and always regarded as a link between the individual and the Immortal. Just as the moon shines by reflecting the light of the sun, and glorifies it, all disciples can dazzle like the moon by gaining from their Gurus. Every year, several devotees from India and abroad get blessed by participating in the celebration of Gurupurnima. The celebration is a rare opprotunity to do Puja of Shri Shri Maa Anantanand tirth. It also offers an opportunity to listen to spiritual satsang and obtain blessings from her.




Diwali: The diwali festival is being celebrated at Ashram in quite novel manner. During the 5 days from Bhaibij to Pancham, devotees participate into Adhyatmic and Yoga Shibir at Ashram. This shibir helps one in gaining spiritual knowledge and one step closer to Self-Realization.






Pragatya Celebration: A grand celebration of the pragatya of Param Pujya Shree Shree Maa is organized on 1st January each year by devotees and Ashram Parivar with Joy, Happiness and devotion. Satguru Param Pujya Shree Shree Maa showers her blessings to all the living beings during the celebration. On this auspisuous day, blood camps are organized so that many devotees donate blood on that day.

In addition to above utsavs, at Divyadham various devotees also celebrates Janmasthami (Birth of Krishna), Sharad Purnima, Ganesh Chaturthi, etc...

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