Sangadahara Chathurthi Maha Ganapathy Homam – Sunday 24th October

Please note: Sangadahara Chathurthi Maha Ganapathy Homam will now be performed on Sunday 24th October.

We will be conducting a Maha Ganapathy Homam on Sangadahara Chathurthi and invite all devotees to participate in the ritual and receive the blessings of Sri Vakrathunda Vinayagar.

Devotees can participate in the homam please register here

Significance of Maha Ganapathy Homam on Sangadahara Chathurthi

Sangadahara Ganapathy is the last form of the 32 different forms of Ganapathy and is known as the remover of difficulties and sorrow.

He is known as the remover of difficulties and sorrow Worshiping this form of Ganapathy is believed to aid in removing misery and distress from the lives of devotees and filling them with satisfaction and joy

The sacred scriptures prescribe 5 ways to offer your prayers to the divine:

1)Homam (Fire ceremony)

2)Abhishegam (Hydration ceremony) 

3)Pooja/Archana (Light and Sound ceremony)

4)Yantra and Mantra (Special sounds ceremony)

5)Tharpanam (Satisfying ancestral beings)

Out of the 5, the Homam or fire ceremony, is the most evolved spiritual technology on Earth to connect with and gain the grace of the Lord. 

Maha Homam 2016 - an image of Ganesha appears on the Homam fire

Outline of the day

6:30am Temple opens4:00pm 7th Aavarthi
7:00am Daily Pooja5:00pm 8th Aavarthi (Final)
8:30am Kumba Pooja, Agni Karyam 6:15pm Maha Poornahuthi, Theeparathanai
9:00am 1st Aavarthi6:30pm Yaga Kumba Abhishekam
10:00am 2nd Aavarthi 7:00pm Daily Pooja
11:00am 3rd Aavarthi7:45pm Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
12:00am 4th Aavarthi8:15pm Perambulation of Lord Ganapathy
1:00pm Annathanam8:45pm Prasatham distribution
2:00pm 5th Aavarthi 9:00pm Temple closes
3:00pm 6th Aavarthi
1. Sangalpam will be performed every hour commencing at 8:00am.
2. Devotees are kindly requested to arrive 10mins prior to your Homam slot for Sangalpam.
3. Each Aavarthi will be concluded with Samaanya Poornahuthi.

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