KAILASA Concludes the Fourth Day of Celebrations of the Navaratri and Venkateshwara Brahmotsavams

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October 18, 2023 – Day 4 of the Navaratri and Venkateshwara Brahmotsavam concludes after another day of grand celebrations with sacred rituals to honor the supreme feminine deity, Devi Paramashivashakti, and invoke the blessings of Bhagavan Sri Venkateshwara Swami.

Events a day comprised the auspicious Rajarajeshwari Abhishekam at KAILASA in Sripuram, followed by a grand Chandi Homa with the long recitation of the Chandi Parayanam, and a beautiful Alankara Deeparathana, a beautiful devotional worship to Devi and Bhagavan Venkateshwara, infusing the atmosphere with divine grace and blessings.

Navaratri is one of the most ancient festivals in the world. It is a festival of nine nights dedicated to Devi Paramashivashakti, the supreme feminine deity. In Hinduism, the divine feminine is characterized by various divine qualities, including valor, courage, self-sufficiency, motherliness, and compassion. By embracing the divine feminine through rituals and invoking Her within, we awaken these qualities within us and create a peaceful society established on higher values.

Simultaneously, the Venkateshwara Brahmotsavam, dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Venkateshwara Swami, the Lord of wealth consciousness, emphasizes the transcendence of poverty consciousness and the cultivation of an attitude of intense activism, responsibility, and contribution. With the grace of Bhagavan Sri Venkateshwara Swami, KAILASA aims to spread life-positive economic principles and empower all beings through the dissemination of the Hindu science of wealth creation.

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Email: contact@kailaasa.org

For More Information on KAILASA’s Navaratri celebrations: events.kailaasa.org/navaratri

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