Spiritual Events

(Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi)
A variety of spiritual events and poojas are conducted at our Centre through the year

Amriteswari Society is buzzing with a range of activities all year round, all inspired and guided by our Beloved Amma

Sunday Satsang is the core of the Society’s activities and is held every Sunday at our Centre from 9 AM to 11 AM.


Amma’s Birthday

Amma’s Birthday brings Her Singapore children together in a joyous celebration of Her Loving and Transformational Presence. The celebrations commence with the Maha Ganapathi Homam, and include  Guru Paduka Puja, recital of Amma’s Ashtothram and the outpouring of love and gratitude to Amma through prayers and bhajans. 

Other spiritual events that are conducted by Amriteswari Society include:

Karthika Puja

A special prayer celebrated every month on the day of Karthika, which is Amma’s birth star.

Maha Shivarathri

This auspicious day is celebrated with Shiva Linga Abishekam and chanting of Shiva Ashtothram.


The day of full moon, Poornima, in the month of Ashadh is traditionally celebrated as Guru Poornima. This day signifies the elimination of all darkness and evil from the mind. Guru Poornima is marked with Amma’s Paduka Abishekam, chanting of Guru Sthotram, Amma’s Ashtothram and Laksharchana.  


Onam is the festival celebrated in the Indian state of Kerala which marks the   homecoming of the legendary King Mahabali. Our Thiru Onam celebration ends with a lunch (Onam Sadhya) for all present.

Krishna Jayanthi

Krishna Jayanthi – the birthday of Lord Krishna, is marked with special prayers, abhishekam and bhajans until midnight.


Navarathri is marked with Paduka Abhishekam and the recital of Amma’s Ashtothram, Lalitha Ashtothra Namavali and Mahishasuramardini Sthothram. On the 10th day, a simple Vidyarambham ceremony is conducted for the children present.


Deepavali – The festival of Lights is celebrated with Lakshmi Pooja, the recitation of Amma’s Ashtothram and bhajans. Members of the Society also visit the Bo Tian temple to serve meals as well as interact with the senior citizens through games and songs.

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with special prayers that include Guru Paduka Puja, Ganesh Puja and Abhishekam, and the guided participatory Ganesha Ashtotra Archana.

New Year's Eve Prayers

Devotees gather to welcome the New Year’s Eve at our Centre from late evening till past midnight. The programme includes the chanting of the Guru Sthothra, Amma’s Ashtothram, Lalitha Sahasranamam and Bhajans. At the stroke of midnight, Amma’s Singapore children begin chanting Lokah Samastha Sukhino Bhavanthu (May Peace and Happiness Prevail). This is followed by the distribution of Prasadam.