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October 2019

Dhan Teras

October 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mukhya Sthaan, HIMGIRI GURU STHAAN, Sector 10-A, Pataudi Road
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001 India

It comes two days before the festival day of Deepawali, on the day of “Teras” according to Hindu Calender. Devotees take a silver coin of Shree Lakshmi Ji and Shree Ganesh Ji to the “Guru Sthaan”. This coin is blessed and given back to them. Lakshmi Ji is the goddess of fortune and beauty. Ganesh Ji is the God who grants Luck and protects from evil. This blessed coin is auspicious to bring good luck and fortune to the devotees…

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Bada Guruwaar

October 31 @ 6:30 am - 6:30 pm
Mukhya Sthaan, HIMGIRI GURU STHAAN, Sector 10-A, Pataudi Road
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001 India

The Thursday that follows the night of No moon (Amavas) every month is celebrated and named as Bada Guruvaar. Everybody offers a Prasad of “Meethi Phuliyan” at Gurgaon sthaan. Seva starts at 5:15 A.M. in Summers and at 6:15 A.M. in Winters. Such is the power of Gurudev, that at the time of offering of prasad, anyone who makes a wish with a pure heart, gets what he wants in life. The “Shishyas” of Gurudev devote the complete day in…

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November 2019

Bada Guruwaar

November 28 @ 6:30 am - 6:30 pm
Mukhya Sthaan, HIMGIRI GURU STHAAN, Sector 10-A, Pataudi Road
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001 India

The Thursday that follows the night of No moon (Amavas) every month is celebrated and named as Bada Guruvaar. Everybody offers a Prasad of “Meethi Phuliyan” at Gurgaon sthaan. Seva starts at 5:15 A.M. in Summers and at 6:15 A.M. in Winters. Such is the power of Gurudev, that at the time of offering of prasad, anyone who makes a wish with a pure heart, gets what he wants in life. The “Shishyas” of Gurudev devote the complete day in…

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January 2020

Bada Guruwaar

January 2, 2020 @ 6:30 am - 6:30 pm
Mukhya Sthaan, HIMGIRI GURU STHAAN, Sector 10-A, Pataudi Road
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001 India

The Thursday that follows the night of No moon (Amavas) every month is celebrated and named as Bada Guruvaar. Everybody offers a Prasad of “Meethi Phuliyan” at Gurgaon sthaan. Seva starts at 5:15 A.M. in Summers and at 6:15 A.M. in Winters. Such is the power of Gurudev, that at the time of offering of prasad, anyone who makes a wish with a pure heart, gets what he wants in life. The “Shishyas” of Gurudev devote the complete day in…

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Ganesh Chaturthi

January 13, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Mukhya Sthaan, HIMGIRI GURU STHAAN, Sector 10-A, Pataudi Road
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001 India

The day devoted to Lord Ganesha. It comes about 80 days after the day of “Deepawali” every year. All disciples of Gurudev keep a fast on this day. During the fast not even water can be consumed. The fast is opened after Moonrise with the Prasad of Laddoos made with “Gud” ( Jaggery ) and “Til” ( Sesame ) alongwith tea which also contains “Gud”. The Prasad of Laddoos is distributed to all by our most Respected Guru – Mata…

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Basant Panchmi

January 30, 2020
NEELKANTH DHAM (Samadhi Sthal), Najafgarh – Tilak Nagar Road (Shivaji Marg), Behind Delhi Transco Power Station,
Masudabad, Najafgarh,, New Delhi 110043 India

Gurudev’s Birthday. It falls on the day of “Basant Panchmi tithi” according to “Vikrami Samvat” (Hindu calender). Though, according to Guruji, His Birthday falls on the day of “Maha Shiv Ratri”. Basant Panchmi falls in the month of February and sometimes in January every year. The day is celebrated with much joy and happiness every year. People in large numbers offer their prayers at Gurudev’s Samadhi at “Neelkanth Dham”. Langar starts from the Morning hours and carries on till late…

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February 2020

Maha Shiv Ratri

February 21, 2020
Mukhya Sthaan, HIMGIRI GURU STHAAN, Sector 10-A, Pataudi Road
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001 India

The day of Lord Shiva. It is the day, when Lord Shiva, rises from his prolonged Samadhi at 12 in the night. Shiv Ratri is a major festival observed by the disciples of Gurudev. It comes about 40 days after the day of “Ganesh Chaturthi” every year. Starting from the morning, on the day of the festival, people offer their prayers at the Gurgaon sthaan and offer “Bel” (A fruit), “Bel Patra” (The leaf of Bel) and “Dhatura” (Another fruit).…

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