Posted by: srinagasai | June 22, 2017

Guru Purnima Festival Celebration On 9th July 2017 Sunday

 

Guru Purnima Festival Celebrated On 9th July 2017 Sunday

We wish to inform the Sai Devotees that the festival of Guru purnima 2017 will be celebrate in our temple premises on 9th July 2017 Sunday.

We humbly invite all devotees to kindly participate and grace the function and to seek the blessing of sadguru Sri Nagasai Baba.

Programme on 9th July 2017

5-15 a.m Kakada Aarthi
6-00 a.m Abhisekam
7-00 a.m Homam
11-00 a.m Poornahuthi
11.30 a.m Sri Nagasai Bhajan
11.35 a.m Maha Abhisekam
12-30 p.m Noon Aarthi
1-00 p.m Annadhanam
4-00 p.m Special Alankaram
6-15 p.m Dupha Aarthi
8-30 p.m Seja Aarthi

Sri Naga Sai Golden Chariot 10th Year Anniversary Celebration on 4th June Sunday 2017. Special Golden Chariot Procession On 4th June Sunday 7 PM.
Devotees are requested to participate in large numbers to get blessings of Sri Naga Sai Baba.


Sri Naga sai Trust Cordially invites you to Sri Ramnavami & Sri Sai Jayanthi Celebrate the festival from 28th March to 5 th April 2017 in a grand & befitting manner
all the devotees to participate in the function and to get the blessings of sai baba.

pooja, bhajans will held on the following days.

28th March to 5 th April 2017

 About Sri Ramnavami 

In 1897, Gopalrao Gund proposed holding an urs in Shirdi as an expression of his gratitude to Baba for having been granted the birth of a son after many childless years. Baba gave his permission for the celebration and fixed the day for Ramnavami. This was an ingenious touch of Baba’s. Urs is a Muslim festival honouring a Muslim saint usually one who has passed away); by holding the urs on the day of a Hindu festival, the two communities were brought closer together in a natural yet remarkable way. The festival gradually grew in importance and in 1912 some devotees asked Baba if they could celebrate Ramnavami, since it fell on the same day (Ramnavami is the anniversary of Lord Rama’s birth). Baba agreed and the festival was held in grand style. From that day, says the Sri Sai Satcharitra, “the urs was transformed into the Ramnavami festival”.

Older Posts »

Categories