Vishu2019

Vishu – Ugadi – Tamil New Year by Ayyappa Samaaj Sunday April 14 2019 Ayyappa Samaaj’s annual Vishu – Ugadi – Tamil New Year event will be held at the Sanatan Dharma Kendra on Sunday, April 14, 2019. We welcome all to this wonderful religious and cultural event with lots...

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Vishu 2016 Religious Event

“With Swami Ayyappa’s blessings Ayyappa Puja was conducted on April 16, 2016 at Svcc Temple, Fremont. Abhishekam, Alankaram, Archana, Thaalappoli etc. we’re included.” From 2016 Vishu Ugadi Tamil New Year Ayyappa Puja. Posted by Ayyappa Samaaj on 4/17/2016 (62 items) Lighting the lamp at the 18 padi structure as we...

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Vishu Cultural Event 2017

“With Swami Ayyappa’s blessings, we were able to put on @[1452680114744475:844:Apr.1 Ayyappa Samaaj Vishu Ugadi New Year Cultural Program]. @[517609914935098:274:Ayyappa Samaaj] is happy to have hosted this cultural event where we are able to bring the community together, provide a venue for our youngsters to perform. Thank you @[153766068153576:274:Sangeetha Restaurants]...

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Vishu 2017

“Ayyappa Samaaj organized a wonderful Puja for Swami Ayyappa as part of the Vishu – Ugadi – New Year 2017 celebrations on Saturday, April 15, 2017. For more details on upcoming events, please subscribe to @[517609914935098:274:Ayyappa Samaaj] Facebook page and the email list via www.ayyappasamaaj.org” From Vishu – Ugadi –...

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Shastha Preethi

Sastha Preethi, as the name suggests, is the worship of Sree Dharma Sastha for the blessing of his divine grace. Lord Sasta, also popularly known as Lord Ayyappa is known to be the offspring of Shiva and Vishnu (as Mohini, in his female form). The most famous and well known...

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How Ayyappa Samaaj Started….

The Ayyappa Shrine in Sabarimala is one of the most revered  Hindu shrines in  India. Devotees of Swami Ayyappan exemplify the concept of universal brotherhood; belonging to different regions, religions, economic and social statuses yet knit together closely into a community that is solely committed to the service of our...

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Meaning of Mala Dharana Mantra

When we wear the mudra mala, we are indeed making a physical, mental and spiritual commitment – with the Divine Self within, to prepare our body/mind/intellect for the arduous journey through the forests to reach His Divine abode, and to get His darshan. We commit to observing the vrata for...

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Ambalapuzha and Alangad Pettai

Petta Thullal is the ritualistic sacred dance to celebrate the victory of good over evil. It is believed that this dance is a celebration of the killing of demon princess Mahishi by Swami Ayyappan. The most important day in Petta Thullal is on 27th Dhanu (around January 10) when the Petta...

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