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OM NAMA SHIVAYA

SHIRDI SAI DARBAR
& Bay Area Hindu Temple (Part Of Shirdi Sai Darbar)

Invites all devotees to participate in the

SRI MAHA RUDRA YAGNA

ON THE OCCASION OF TEMPLE’S 8th ANNIVERSARY

Rare opportunity to contribute and participate to receive His blessing.

Priceless opportunity to the Maha Rudra Yagna right here in the Bay Area

Performed in the most authentic Maharnava Uktha by 121 Ritwiks,11 Pandits, 1331 Rudram Chanting & 133 Rudra Homams, Sri Moola mantra Homams,. Rare opportunity to contribute to the all wish fulfilling, Lalitha Sahasranama Archana by Suvasinis & Shiridi Sai Vrat Puja by Minimum 108 Families.

Puja Cost Free & Free blessed Saree to all Suvasinis participants in Maha Lakshmi Deepam puja on Friday June 21, 2019
(All Puja items will be provided)

Puja Cost Free & Free Blessed Shirdi Sai Idol to All participants in Shirdi Sai Vrat Puja on June 23, 2019(All Puja items will be provided)

All Ritwik’s will be getting ( Dhoti Set, shawl, Panchpatra set for Achaman, Silver covered rudrakash Mala & Prasad Pack)

Anyone Donating Amount $2001 and more will be getting blessed Maha Rudra Yagna Prasad, depending on the Level of Donation, Special Prasad varies for Donor $50k & More.

3 DAY EVENT OF SHIRDI SAI DARBAR (JUNE 21/ 22/ 23, 2019)

Sri Rudram is one of the most sacred and powerful Vedic hymns devoted to Lord Shiva, Who destroys the evil and bestows Bliss and Peace and Harmony on the devotees and the community who do Rudra Paaarayana recitation of Sri Rudram. Chanting the
Rudram and listening to the chanting are considered to be of great benefit to devotees. When the chanting is
accompanied with the Vedic fire ritual, it is called the Rudra Yagam. Eleven recitations of the Sri Rudram
followed by one recitation of the chamakam is called Ekadasa Rudram. This also constitutes one unit of the
Rudra Homam. Eleven Ekadasa Rudram recitations make one Laghu Rudram. Eleven Laghu
Rudram recitations make a Maharudram(11*11*11). This grand 3-days long Vedic ceremony is for
the welfare of all devotees, their families and friends and all of humanity.

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