The Glory of Lord Shiva – Lord Shiva is both with form and is beyond all forms. He is worshipped in the Shiva Lingam as the Light of all lights and the indweller of every heart. Since time immemorial, both in India and around the world, the Lord has been worshipped by Rudra Abhishekam—the devotional bathing of the Shiva Lingam with various auspicious substances while chanting the sacred Vedic Hymn, Srī Rudram.
Ati Rudram Maha Yajnam & Sri Chandi Parayanam | Feb. 22 - March 4, 2021
Sri Sahasra Chandi Homam – March 5, 2021
In response to the Kala Sarpa Doshas, natural calamities, imbalance in nature, karmic disturbances, unrest in society, and turmoil in certain countries, the ancient Vedic Ceremony known at Ati Rudram Maha Yajnam will be performed at Manidweepa Mahasamsthanam for universal peace and prosperity. Click below for full program, sponsorship and information on how you participate in this Epic event
Makar Sankranti, the Hindu festival that is observed in January every year. Observed in different parts of the country in different ways, Makar Sankranti denotes the entry of the sun into the zodiac sign of Makara (Capricorn) as it travels on its celestial path. This year it will be celebrated on January 14.
The sacred month of Karthika, which typically falls somewhere between the end of October and the beginning of December, is the most auspicious month of the year for worshipping Lord Shiva and obtaining His grace. Find out more about Karthika and available sponsorships below.