“Om Shri Shani Devaayah Namo Namh
Om Shri Shani Devaayah Shanti Bhavah
Om Shri Shani Devaayah Shubham Falh
Om Shri Shani Devaayah Falh Prapti Falh”
Services Provide by Mandir
Daily offerings are made to the Lord in a day. These include:
- The offering to the Lord in the morning that forms his consists of Khechodi Bhpga.(12:00 noon)
- The Madhyanha dhupa forms the next offering at the noon.
- The next offering to the Lord is made in the evening at around 8 PM it is Sandhya Dhupa.
- The last offering to the Lord is called the Kakera bhoga.
The prasad of Lord Shani are distributed amongst the devotees . which is being drawn by the Puja pandas.
The price of the prasada per head Rs 60/- .
Festival We Celebrate
One of the rare temples in India dedicated to Lord Shani (planet Saturn), this temple is located at Bhubaneswar in Odisha. The annual festival of Shani Deva Temple here falls on Magha Saptami.
Shani Jayanti is the day when Lord Shani, son of Suryadev took birth. His birth anniversary is on Amavasya Akshaya Tritiya. Lord Shani rules the planet Saturn and has strong influence on everyone’s life as per astrology. Hindus from all communities worship Lord Shani to avoid malefic influence of the God, in their horoscope. Especially devotees who have sade sathi or Saturn cycle in their life fast and pray on this day to Lord Shani.
Kali is the first of 10 incarnations of Durga and regarded as a more aggressive form of Durga. It is said that Goddess Kali was born from the forehead of Goddess Durga after the gods lost a battle with the demons. She killed all the demons and saved the earth. The slaughtering increased her blood lust, which took hold and she started killing anyone who comes her way. There was chaos all around. She was only stopped when Lord Shiva intervened and lay down in front of her. The moment when she realised she had stood on Lord Shiva and her rage subsided, kali stuck out her tongue in astonishment and put an end to her killing spree. From that moment, the momentous day is celebrated as Puja. Kali Pujan is performed only at midnight on Amavasya.
Note:- We offer free prasad sevan for 5000 people on the above 3 festivals.