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NESSP To Celebrate Guru Poornima

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Shri Satchidananda Sadguru Sainath Maharaj ki Jai!!

It is believed that a person is blind without a teacher to guide him. A mother is the first teacher of a child, but after that, the guru becomes his or her second mother. Let us all come together and pray to our Sadguru who always remains by our side as a well-wisher, saves us from miseries and shows us the light and guides us towards the path of self-realization.       

 NESSP-New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar will be celebrating Guru Poornima on Friday July 27th starting at 5:00 PM. The event will be initiated by Baba Abhishek followed by Samuhik SaiVrat katha and Dhoop Aarti. Bhandara/Prasadam will be served. Followed by Musical concert organized by Shrutilayalu organization.

As the celebrations continue, Guru Charitra Parayan will be conducted on Saturday July 28th starting at 8 AM. This will be followed by Sai Homam in the evening and Palkhi conclusion. Bhandara will be served.

This weekend at NESSP

Friday, July 27th Program Schedule:

5:00 PM: Baba Abhishek
6:00 PM: Sai Vrat Katha, Dhoop Aarti followed by Musical concert in association with Shruthilayalu

Please sign up for vrat katha using the link below: 

Saturday, July 28th Program Schedule:

07:00 AM - Kakad Aarti              

08:00 AM - Guru Charitra Parayan (Start)

12.00 PM - Madhyahna Aarti followed by Bhandara
05:00 PM - Guru Charitra Parayan (End)
05:00 PM - Sai Homam
06:00 PM - Palkhi Conclusion Procession

07:00 PM - Dhoop Aarti followed by Bhandara

Devotees interested to participate in chapter reading can register using this link: https://www.nessp.org//gurucharitra.html

Also if any one is interested in volunteering for this Guru Poornima, please do sign up using the link below:



New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar celebrated Sai Palkhi Utasaav-2018 for 9 weeks starting from May 19th through July 22nd. Baba’s Palkhi was taken to 185 devotee houses across the states of Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire. With baba’s blessings and the volunteers’ tireless zeal, the 9 weeks long Sai Palkhi procession festival ended smoothly. The presence of Sai is felt at each home as the atmosphere is charged with divine adoration, as the volunteers and devotees singing aloud the glory of the God and Sadguru. The 2018 Palkhi Utsav to be concluded on Saturday 28th July. Please come and become part of the festivities and seek the blessings of beloved baba.


Upcoming Events:

Angaraka Sankatha Hara Chaturdi on July 31st from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

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