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Festivals and Celebrations

Every year the festivals, occasions and fasts are celebrated on account of Sanatan Dharm. The festivals that are specially celebrated in Pardeshwar Temple since New Year till the beginning of “Navratra”includes Shri Durga Asthmi, Shri Ramnavmi, Shri Hanuman Jayanti, Ganga Dusshera, Nirjala Ekadashi, Gurupurnima, Rakshabandhan and Lord Shiva’s Worship in Shravana month as well as “Abhishek” is also organised.

Shri Krishna Janmashtmi and Chath are celebrated with complete splendor. In addition, Vijaydashmi in Sharad Navratri, Diwali, Annkut, Govardhan Puja, Tulsi Marriage , Lohri, Sankrant and specially the vision of “Maharudrabhishek” by 108 conjugals is a must to see. It takes place from 7 PM to 6 AM in the morning preceded by all day worship through devotees on “Mahashivratri”.

All the major festivals and events are celebrated inside the temple with complete religious devotion and dedication. On these festivals, devotees come in mass in the temple to celebrate the festivals.

A lot of efforts and hardwork is made by the temple worshippers and volunteers to serve the devotees who come in the temple. Every Full Moon day (Purnmasi), Lord Satyanarayan’s Katha (story) and Arti is performed by the priests of the temple.

Time to time programs for oratorios and legends are accomplished by saints and savants. On Festive events, food anchorage on grand levels are also organised. People experience great felicity by idolizing and praising at Shri Pardeshwar Dham. In addition, this is the only prime objective of all the temple volunteers and office bearers.

A glance of Festivals that are celebrated by the temple

Maha Shivratri Event

For any occasion, the amount for one day food anchorage (Bhandara) inside the temple compound is Rs. 11,000

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