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Hanuman Jayanthi, Sunday, May 21st

Hanuman Jayanti or Hanumath Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Hanuman, the Vanara god.  Hanuman is an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, and is worshipped for his unflinching devotion to the god. From early morning, devotees flock Hanuman temples to worship him.

Program:
9.00 AM Hanuman puja and Sankalp
9.30 AM Hanuman Chalisa 108 times and Sundarkhand paath by devotees.
11.30 AM Sri Hanuman Abhishekam 
12.00 PM Significance of Hanuman Jayanti and Hanuman Chalisa Paath by Pundit Janiji. 1.00 PM Arati and Prasadam 

Shani Jayanti, May 25th, Thursday:

Shani jayanti is observed to mark the Birthday of Lord Shani as per Hindu mythology. According to Astrology, Shani is referred to as Saturn which is known to have a strong influence upon people's life. According to believers, it is necessary to celebrate Shani Jayanti to ensure that bad omen stays away to the maximum extent. Ardent devotees belonging to different communities of Hinduism are known to offer their prayers and Tailabhishek to please Lord Shani.

Shani Jayanti is celebrated on Vaishakh Vadya Chaturdasi Amavasya and it is believed that Lord Shani was born on this day. It is celebrated in a very noble manner and all the rituals related to Planet Saturn are strictly followed given his furious nature. This year Shani Jayanti will be celebrated on Thursday, 25th of May, 2017.

Praying to Shanidev on this day, people are blessed with peace and happiness. It also helps them overcome major accidents and life threats. People who are facing the adverse effects of Shani are advised to perform the Shani Trayodashi puja on Saturday as a remedial measure to overcome the negative effects of Shanidev.

Program
6.00 PM Shani Maha Puja
6.30 PM Navagraha Abhishekam Followed by oil abhishekam for Shani Bhagavan by devotees.
7.30 PM Arati and Prasad
7.45 PM Sai Paduka Abhishekam
8.00 PM Seja Arati followed by prasadam

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