Temple Schedule
Daily Schedule

Arati (Worship)
4:30 AM     Mangala Arati
7:00 AM     Deity Greeting
8:00 AM     Dhupa Arati
12 Noon     Raj-Bhoga Arati
4:00 PM     Vaikalika Arati
6:30 PM     Sandhya Arati
8:00 PM     Shayana Arati

4:30 AM     5 AM
7:00 AM     11 AM
12 Noon     12:30 PM
4:00 PM     7:00 PM
8:00 PM     8:45 PM

Sunday Feast
4 PM     Arati & Kirtan
5 PM     Gita Class
5:45 PM     Kirtan
6:00 PM    Feast/Tulsi-Puja

New Sunday Fesitval Schedule

Pujas & Havans

Samskaras are traditional sacramental ceremonies performed by qualified priests -usually within temples. It is valuable to perform Vedic Sacraments in the Temple because the Lord is particularly present in His installed Murti, or Divine Form. However, some ceremonies are best performed at home, either for the comfort of family members, or to purify the dwelling.Vedic Sacraments are highly beneficial, sanctifying and increasing auspicious influences. They help one to progress peacefully in life to the ultimate goal -attaining the Absolute Truth- by smoothing the path of spiritual progress.Samskaras rectify and sanctify relationships between family and friends, parents and children, husband and wife. They drive away evil influences and attract the blessings of saintly Vaisnavas. Most importantly, Vedic Sacraments provide a ceremonial focus for the yuga dharma, the chanting of the names of God.Vedic Sacraments are performed at particular times during life and are considered rites of passage. They purify the body and soul and prepare one for devotional service to God by invoking auspicious qualities for those who perform them. They are performed for the benefit of both the individual and the family.

The following samskaras are offered:

  • Vivaha-Samskara: Marriage - starting from $501
  • Antyesti-kriya: Funeral Rites $501
  • Garbhadhana: Conception
  • Pumsavana: Rites for obtaining a child
  • Simantonnayana: A ceremony where the husband parts
  • his wife’s hair by drawing a middle line
  • Sosyanti-homa: rite that precedes childbirth
  • Jata-karma: also known as medha-jana, it is performed
  • for the childs good intelligence
  • Niskarmana: the Child’s first outing
  • Paustika-karma samskara: cerimony for childs health
  • Nama-karana: name-giving ceremony (child’s)
  • Mundana: cutting the fist hairs
  • Anna-prasana: First food grains
  • Karna-vedha: piercing the ears
  • Cuda-karanam: the first hair cut
  • Vidyarambha: Learning the alphabet



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