Sri Venkata Krishna Kshetra Temple

Sri Durga Navarathri Pooja at SVK Temple
September 26 to October 04, 2022


Namaste Devotees,

SVK Temple will be celebrating Durga Navarathri Pooja starting from " Monday, September 26th to Monday Oct 03, 2022” for 8 days  and “ Vijaya Dashami on Tuesday, Oct 04, 2022 ”.

On all these nine days, Abhisheka will be performed in the morning and Sri Durga Pooja in the evening at 07:30PM.

Sponsorship Details:

9 days sponsorship    - $ 501 
One day sponsorship  - $ 251
Mahalaxmi-Durga Abhisheka - $ 108 
Annadaana Seva          - $ 108
Archana                         - $ 25

Sponsorhip Link - Click Here

Sankalpa Form - Click Here

Samuhika Akshrabhyasa (Vidya Arambham)

Also Vijaya Dashmi day (October 04, 2022) we will perform Samuhika Akshrabhyasa (Vidya Arambham) at 08:00 am to 09:00 am ON-LINE (details below) and IN-PERSON. Devotees who wish to perform can Click Here to Signup.

If you are planning to perform the Pooja In-person, please bring the following items to temple. 

Items required for Pooja: Fruits 2-3 Variety, Flowers 1 Bouquet, Coconut 2, Coins for $10, Ghee 1 Bottle, Betel leaves 1 pack, Betel nuts 1 pack and Slat-Chalk or Book - pen.

If you are planning the Pooja On-line:

  1. Our Priest will conduct the Pooja in front of the camera and it will be live streamed to those who have signed up
  2. Those who wish to participate will make the preparations in their own home (we will send out instructions)
  3. The priests will provide instructions on what to do and the participants will follow the instructions in the sanctuary of their own home.
  4. To participate please use the “Signup form” and there will be charge of $51.00, which you can pay using link - Click Here
  5. The link for the live streaming and the details for the preparations, will be only be sent to those who have signed up.  So please make sure that your email address is provided as instructions will be sent by email. 

We request devotees to please join us on all the nine days and obtain the blessings from Goddess MahaLakshmi Anthargatha Lord Sri Narasimha. 

Sri Krishna Smaranam,