Revitalizing the Self with Positive Energy of Group Worships
We organize many group worships/satsangs across different chapters. Each form of group worship has been established under the guidance of our Guru, Pujya Shri Mathioli Saraswathy.
Likhit Satyanarayan Puja
In this age of technology, the art of writing is becoming very rare. We gather once a month for this unique worship, on a Sunday (usually the 3rd) morning at 10:30 AM. Worship starts with a “Likhit Japa” where devotees write their own chosen mantra of Lord Narayana or their ishta devata (beloved deity) for forty-five minutes in silence. This is followed by the chanting of Shri Vishnu Sahasranam. Puja ends with the distribution of Prasad. We offer a new shirt to Lord Narayana as vastram and it is later donated to homeless shelter. We have been conducting this group worship since October 2010 and have donated 115 shirts as of June 2017.
Come and join us, and let’s write a prem bhakti patra to the Lord!
Location: San Ramon, CA
Group Satyanaraya Puja
They say it strengthens your prayers if you pray together!
This puja is conducted thrice a year and is hosted by devotees at their home. The host can invite their families and friends to the puja. This group worship can be performed by couples or individuals and is conducted under the guidance of a distinguished Panditji. All the ingredients and puja essentials are provided by Nandalala Mission.
Come and join us as a host or as a participant! Let’s pray together to Lord Satyanarayana!
Location: Bay Area
Sri Lalitha Sahasranama Chanting
Sri Lalitha Sahasranam is chanted in a satsang/group worship environment on the 2nd Friday of every month.
Devotees gather to chant the verses in praise of the Devi in front of the “padam” of our Guru.
The chanting begins at 7:00 PM and is followed by certain shlokas in honor of our Guru. Special “naivedyam” referred to in the Sri Lalitha Sahasranam are offered in the conclusion of the worship and distributed as prasad. Devotees may bring flowers.
Location: San Ramon, CA
Sankatahara Chaturthi Puja
Our Guru has given us a special Ganesha idol to which puja is performed on Sankata Hara Chaturthi day. Devotees host the puja, taking turns and experiencing the divine presence of the Lord in their houses. The puja is followed by neivedyam and prasadam.
Location: New Jersey