Please join us as we once again immerse ourselves in the timeless, devotional story of the Ramayana. This year we will celebrate Navaratri from Thursday, Sept. 21st to Saturday, Sept. 30th. As is our tradition, beginning on Thursday the 21st we will hold daily morning Pujas to Śri Rām at the Saṇkaṭ Mochan Hanumān Temple at 7:30 am immediately following morning Arati. The morning Pujas will last approximately 1 hour 15 minutes. On Saturday, Sept. 30th Arati will begin at 5:30pm. Following Arati we will convene in the field below the CB for Vijaya Dasami, our ‘final battle’ with Ravana. First all will have the opportunity to shoot an arrow into Ravana’s effigy after which the Demon King will be demolished, symbolizing our victory in overcoming negativities. All are welcome to join for the festivites.
No reservations are necessary to attend the morning pujas. You only need to reserve if you are planning to attend on a Saturday after 11am.
Jai Sītā Rām!