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Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Hours, History

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Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Hours:

Weekdays: 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon and 5.00 PM to 9.00 PM
Weekends: 9.00 AM to 9.00 PM

Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Regular Pooja Weekly:

All Days:
9:30 AM: Kubera Shiva Lingam Abhishekam (9:00 AM on Saturdays)

Monday:
7:00 PM: Soma Sundara Linga (Shiva) Abhishekam

Tuesday:
10:30 AM: Valli Devasena Sametha Subramanya (Muruga/ Karthikeya) Abhishekam
4:00 PM: Rahu Kala Pooja
6:30 PM: Parashakthi Abhishekam

Michigan

Wednesday:
7:00 PM: Vishnu Sahasranamam Chanting
6:30 PM: Sri Radha Krishna Ashta Shakthi with Gomatha Abhishekam

Thursday:
7:00 PM: Guruvayurappan Abhishekam

Friday:
10:30 AM: Lord Ganesha Abhishekam
11:00 AM: Swarna Lakshmi Homam
6:30 PM: Parashakthi Abhishekam, Lalitha Sahasranama Archana

Saturday:
9:00 AM: Sri Venkateswara Suprabhatam
9:30 AM: Navagraha Abhishekam
10:30 AM: Sri Venkateswara Abhishekam (Thirumanjanam)
6:00 PM: Sri Lakshmi Narasimha
7:30 PM Sri Hanuman Chalisa Chanting, Abhishekam (Thirumanjanam), Vishnu Sahasranamam Chanting

Sunday:
10:30 AM: Lord Ayyappa Abhishekam
11:30 AM: Lord Jagannath Pooja
6:30 PM: Parashakthi Abhishekam

Devotees can sponsor Lord Ayyappa Maha Abhishekam any Sunday.
Arrive on time if you sponsor an Abhishekam or Pooja. The event will start as planned.

Regular Pooja Special Days and Monthly:

Sankatahara Chathurthi:
9:00 AM: Ganapathi Homam (Based on Hora/ Sunrise)
7:00 PM: Ganesha Abhishekam (After Abhishekam, Lord Ganesha will be adorned with a Gold Kavacham, which will stay on until Sukla Chathurthi: 14-15 days.)

Sukla Chathurthi:
9:00 AM: Ganapathi Homam
7:00 PM: Ganesha Abhishekam

Pradosham:
7:00 PM: Lord Shiva Abhishekam

Full Moon (Poornima):
7:00 PM: Satyanarayana Pooja

Krithika Nakshatram Day:
10:30 AM: Subramanya Abhishekam (If Devotee-Sponsored)

New Moon (Amavasya):
Vaarahi Homam (Based on Hora/ Sunrise)

Krishna Paksha Ashtami:
Swarna Aakarshna Kalabhairava Homam (Based on Hora/ Sunrise)

Thiruvonam Nakshatram Day:
Maha Sudarshana Homam (Based on Hora/ Sunrise)

Swati Nakshatram Day:
Lakshmi Narasimha Homam (Based on Hora/ Sunrise)

Rohini Nakshatram Day:
7:00 PM: Guruvayurappan Abhishekam

1st & 3rd Thursday Of The Month:
7:30 PM: Guruvayurappan Abhishekam

1st Friday Of The Month:
6:30 PM: Ashta Lakshmi Abhishekam

1st Saturday Of The Month:
10:30 AM: Sanischara Abhishekam
(After Abhishekam, Sanischara Bhagwan will be adorned with a Gold Kavacham & Ear-rings, which will stay on for a week.)

2nd Saturday Of The Month:
6:00 PM: Saligrama Abhishekam

3rd Saturday Of The Month:
7:00 PM: Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Sahasranama Archana (After Abhishekam)
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM: Saree Sale

Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple

Once A Month:
Abhishekam for Sri Devi Kamadenu Ambika, Sri Veera Ganapathi and Sri Bala Murugan.

Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple History:

The temple of Parashakthi, also known as the Temple of the Eternal Mother is a Shanmatha (six paths in Hinduism) tirtha peetham (pilgrimage) to the west for devotees of Devi Adi Parashakti Durga located in the heart of Pontiac, Michigan, United States. The temple was built in 1999 and the first pooja was held on Vijayadasami day. Since then, thousands of devotees have gathered to see the Mother spread her love and devotion. Many devotees experienced many miracles in the temple and gathered weekly to participate in the Abhishekams and other special functions that take place throughout the year. The Temple was designed by Dr. G. Krishna Kumar in a profound meditative Kundalini experience when the goddess Adi Parashakti / Shakthi / Durga guided her to build a temple for “Her”, for peace, happiness and supreme success.

The Divine Mother Parashakthi is “Pure Eternal Divine Consciousness” manifested as Shiva Shakthi and formed a Nada Bindu (light and spiritual light), which separated into Shiva and Shakthi. All gods and goddesses are their manifestations of various divine vibratory entities. In the temple of Parashakthi, she is present as Parashakthi Karumari Ambika, who is closest to the earthly creations. Devi Parashakthi is Kundalini Shakthi, which manifests itself as Prakriti (Shakthi), who with Purusha (Shiva) materialized into many universes (multiverse) as living and non-living entities through maya (illusion) Shakthi.

About Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Primary Deity:

Our Divine Mother Parashakthi is “the Pure Eternal Divine Consciousness” that she has created and manifested as our universe. She manifested herself as Shiva Shakthi and formed a ParaBindu, which split into Shiva and Shakthi. All gods and goddesses are their manifestations of various divine entities. In our Temple she is present as Parashakthi Karumariamman, who is closer to earthly creations and can give us divine vibrations. In this way, we, as a separate “Atma” (individual soul), can communicate with “Paramatma” (supersoul) through Her, which will ultimately lead us to union with Her through Her Grace.

Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Pujas:

Regular religious rituals for deities, such as Pujas, Abhishekhams and homams, etc., are performed by four qualified priests. Priests are also available to perform off-site religious services. Please contact the temple to sechdule Pooja at 248-322-4731.

Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Topography:

The temple is located on 16 acres of pristine land in a forested area at the corner of Kennett Road and Sarasota Ave. in Pontiac. A small stream runs through the southern end of the temple. There are deer and other animals that inhabit the forests that surround it. The temple underwent a major remodel that resulted in the addition of additional space. In addition to more than 6,000 square feet of worship area, new office space, a refuge room, a multipurpose room for dining and celebrating religious events and discussions, and a kitchen were built. Together, the constructed area is approximately 10,000 square feet.

Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Deities:

Lord Ganesha
Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy
Sri Devi AshtaLakshmi
Lord Sri Bhoga Srinivasa Murthy
Sri Swarna Garuda Bhagwan
Sri Sudarshana Chakra
Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy
Lord Sri Hanuman
Lord Nataraja
Lord Kubera Linga
Lord Karthikeya / Subramanya
Lord Guruvaruyappa
Lord Ayyappa
Lord Jagannath
Sri Navagraha Sannidhi
Lord Saneeswara
Sri NagaRaju And Nagini
Sri Kala Bhairavar
Sri Devi Vaarahi Ambika
Sri Devi Raja Mathangi
Sri Devi Bhuvaneshwari
Sri Sarva Dosha Nivarana Peetham
Sri Radha Krishna With Gomatha
Sri NagaRaja Shrine
Devi Sri Kamadhenu Ambika
Sri Veera Ganapathi
Sri Bala Murugan

Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Vaahana Pooja Service:

Vaahana pooja will be performed on Saturdays and Sundays from 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
Devotees should bring 4 lemons, 1 coconut and Flowers.

Michigan Devi Parashakthi Matha Temple Address:

551 W Kennett Road,
Pontiac,
MI 48340, USA
Phone: +1 248-322-4731

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