Satsang (Every Sunday from 8.00 - 10.00 am)

Amma says, ” Satsang — being in the presence of a great soul, reading spiritual books, and listening to spiritual discourses—is very important. These activities will help develop your power of discrimination and bring you peace. Personal effort is also necessary.”

All are welcome to attend our Sunday Satsangs

The pivotal point of our spiritual activities are the regular Sunday satsangs. Satsang forms the core of the Society’s activities and has been held every Sunday from 8am to 10am. 

Satsang is an opportunity for Amma’s children to come together for group prayers including Amma’s Ashtothram and Archana, Bhajans (Devotional singing), Meditation and fellowship. The Satsang also on request, includes helpline prayers (special prayers for individuals and families undergoing hardship) and the screening of Amritavarsham, an Amrita TV programme featuring short discourses by AMMA and Swami Amritaswarupananda Puri. The Sri Lalitha Sahasranamavali is collectively chanted on the first Sunday of every month.

On weekdays and Saturdays, the centre is open for puja between 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM.

Amma’s Kitchen and the Satsang sponsors join together to provide Prasad and breakfast. Donations received during breakfast sessions are used to support the charitable “Serve A Meal” project for the less fortunate.


A variety of spiritual events and pujas are conducted at Amrita Centre through the year … 


Karthika Puja (On the day of Kartika Star, every Month from 6.30 - 8.30pm)

Karthika is the birth star of our beloved Amma. Every month, the day of Karthika is dedicated to Amma.

Programme Schedule: 

Dhyana Sloka – Invocation prayer
Guru Sthothram – Salutations to Guru
Amma’s Ashtothram – Recital of 108 names of Amma
Sri Lalitha Sthothram
Annapoorna Sthothram
Devi Suktham
Bhajans – Devotional Songs
Closing Prayers – Prayers for World Peace
Amriteswari Society also organises other spiritual events at Amrita Centre … 

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

Gurupoornima – 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 – 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 Sthrotram. On the 10th day, a simple Vidyarambham ceremony is conducted for the children present.

Deepavali – The Festival of Lights is celebrated at Amrita Centre. On this occassion, members of the Society also visit the Bo Tien temple to serve meals as well as interact with the senior citizens through games and songs.