a special ritual to offer homage to our ancestors
On Wednesday 31st July 2019, starting at 7.30am
at Amriteswari Society, 3 Hindoo Road, Singapore 209106
REGISTRATION CLOSES TODAY 30TH JULY AT 5PPM
“Through this ritual we are showing our respect, our gratitude, towards our departed ancestors. Giving verbal thanks only remains as words and does not get translated into action. By partaking in this ritual, we are performing action – spending some time for others, spending money for them and chanting mantras. We therefore get purified, creating positive vibrations.” AMMA
Aadi Amavasi Bali Tharpanam (known as Karkidaka Vaavu Bali in Kerala) is a traditional ritual where oblations are offered to departed ancestors, to benefit and appease them regardless of when they passed away. The ceremony is performed on Amavasi (new moon) in the Hindu month of Karkidaka.
We invite you to register for this ceremony that will include a guided participatory puja, (each participant will have their own individual puja setting), bhajans and chanting.
Participation Fee for the ceremony is $10 payable via the following modes:
Online Pre-Registration is required.REGISTER HERE
Please note that registration closes on Tuesday 30th July at 5pm.
We look forward to receiving you on this auspicious occasion