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Sahasra Lingarchana At Shri Sai Samadhi Mandir

Neeta Kalve
10/12/2017

Sahasra Lingarchana at Shri Sai Samadhi Mandir

Shri Sai Samadhi Mandir is performing the Sahasra Lingarchana pooja on Saturday November 4th, 2017 in Hudson, NH which is a unique vedic ritual to worship Lord Shiva. A rare event of its kind in the New England area, this event is being performed with significant rituals where Lord Shiva is worshiped in the name of ‘Uma Pardhiveswara’ using 1,116 Shiva Lingas. This pooja period falls in the auspicious month of ‘Karthik’ as per the Hindu calendar when the cosmos is super charged with Shiva tatvas (Shiva Elements), performing Shiva pooja during this time with full devotion will yield great benefits to devotees in all ways.

According to Shiva Maha Puranam, it is said Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati reside in Kailasham which is surrounded by 16 Avaranas. This pooja is performed by arranging 1,116 Shiva Lingas in the form of Kailasa prastharam which is the depiction of Shiva Kailasam with 16 Avaranas each of which contains a set of Rudra swaroopa devata ganas.This pooja is said to provide the results equal to any pilgrimage.

For more details on the Sahasra Lingarchana pooja please visit:

https://www.shrisaisamadhimandir.com/events/devotional/saharsra-linga-archana-pooja

For registration and sponsorship please visit:

https://www.shrisaisamadhimandir.com/events/saharsra-linga-archana-pooja/individual-registration

Shri Sai Samadhi Mandir in Hudson, NH is the fourth upcoming Sai Dham of Shri Dwarakamai which has the largest plan among four temples (Shri Dwarakamai Vidyapeeth in Billerica, Shri Gurusthan Sai Mandir in Northboro , Shri Sai Chavadi Mandir in Canton). Shri Dwarakamai is an nonprofit organization actively engaging in organizing health, social, spiritual workshops and events benefiting all while keeping the tradition of commitment, love and service to the ‘Almighty’ and society. For more details and updates on all the temple visit https://www.dwarkamai.com.



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