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Any One Can Participate In Morning And Evening Arati

Any one can participate in morning and evening Arati at 6.30 hrs at any of both the places.
Special puja, Abhisek and Arati of Sri Siddha Vinayak Ganapatijee is done everyday at Kalibadi. Any one can take part in special puja and abhisek giving information.
Any devotee can observe Navaratri at Amgaon Temple and take part in special puja, ghata sthapan and lighting of deepas. Prior information is a must for these and has to deposit the fixed donation for the participation desired. For ghata sthapan maximum one thousand and eight ghatas are possible one each for a devotee.
Ten thousand and eight deepas are lighted on the days of Deepavali for three days at Amgaon Temple viz. Dhan trayodashi, Naraka Chaturdashi and Mahalakshmi Pujan days. Devotees can participate in this Prakash Parv by taking part in special pujas and lighting of deeps.
At Kalibadi during the Deepavali special Kali Puja is arranged following Puja Pattern of Bengal by calling a priest from West Bengal. Interested devotees can take part giving prior information.
Annakuta and food donation programs are arranged on the 8th day of both the Navaratris and on the day of Kali Puja. Devotees can be a part to these and donate.
Time to time residential camp on Kriya-yoga meditation is arranged at Kalibadi. The information on this is published prior to the camp. For participation, giving prior information, filling the requisite form and medical test are mandatory.


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