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Vijayadasami Puja

October 8, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0

Om Namah Shivaya

May the Divine Mother shower Her grace and blessings on everyone… Happy Vijayadasami! 
We invite you to register to participate in our Vijayadasami Puja, marking Goddess Durga’s victory over Mahishasura to restore Dharma – a celebration of victory over evil. You may also register your children for the Vidyarambham (writing ceremony). Vijayadasami is an auspicious occasion for new beginnings in learning the scriptures, arts and education. 
Date: Tues 8th Oct  
Time: 7pm to 9pm 
Venue:  3 Hindoo Rd 
Kindly note that online registration will close on Tue 8th Oct at 2pm. 


Tue 8th Oct~ 7pm to 9pm: 

Paduka Pooja

Saraswati Pooja

Amma’s Ashtothram

Saraswati Ashtothram 

Vidyarambham (Writing Ceremony for Children & Adults)



Closing Prayers

Prasadam & Dinner

For the first 9 days:

Admission & Participation is FREE and pre-registration is not required

For the 10th day (Vijayadasami Puja):
  • Admission is FREE.
  • If you would like to participate in the Vijayadasami Puja, we request you to pre-register to help facilitate logistic arrangements.
  • You may register as: PARTICIPANT (In-Person) OR PARTICIPANT (In-Absentia). 
  • Archana participation (in-person & in-absentia) fee is $10. 
  • Payment may be made Online while registering or via Cash/Nets at 3 Hindoo Road (on/before 8th Oct). 
  • Please note that In-Absentia participants are required to make payment online. 
  • If you would like to register your child for the Vidyarambham (Writing Ceremony), kindly complete the relevant section in the Vijayadasami Puja registration form. 

We welcome you to submit your interest to sponsor the Navarathri Celebrations. Kindly find the areas listed HERE and select your preferred area(s). 


Navarathri, which literally means ‘nine nights,’ dedicates three days each to worshipping the Divine in the forms of Goddess Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. The tenth day, known as Vijayadasami, is the ‘tenth day of victory.’

Our Navarathri Celebrations will be marked with participatory Pujas that are described below. The first 3 days will be devoted to Goddess Durga, the 4th to 6th days to Goddess Lakshmi and the 7th to 9th days to Goddess Saraswathi. On the 10th day, the Vijayadasami Puja will be conducted along with the Vidyarambham (Initiation to Writing) ceremony for the young children present. The Celebrations will also include Pada Puja, chanting of Amma’s Ashtothram, Lalithasahasranamavali and Mahishasuramardhini Sthothram followed by Arathi.

Days 1 to 3 ~ Dedicated to Goddess Durga with Durga Puja & Durga Ashtothram

Sun 29th Sep ~ 9.30am to 11am

Mon 30th Sep ~ 7pm to 8.30pm

Tue 1st Oct ~ 7pm to 8.30pm

Days 4 to 6 ~ Dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi with Lakshmi Puja & Lakshmi Ashtothram

Wed 2nd  Oct ~ 7pm to 8.30pm

Thu 3rd Oct ~ 7pm to 8.30pm 

Fri 4th Oct ~ 7pm to 8.30pm

 Days 7 to 9 ~ Dedicated to Goddess Saraswathi with Saraswathi Puja & Saraswathi Ashtothram

Sat 5th Oct ~ 5pm to 6.30pm

Sun 6th Oct ~ 9am to 11am

Mon 7th Oct ~ 7pm to 8.30pm

Day 10 ~ Vijayadasami Puja (with Vidyarambham & Archana)

Tue 8th Oct ~ 7pm to 8.30pm


October 8, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0


Amriteswari Society
No 3, Hindoo Road
Singapore, Singapore 209106 Singapore


Amriteswari Society