The Universal Shaiva Fellowship is happy to announce the Mahasamadhi Celebration of our beloved Gurudev Swami Lakshmanjoo. This grand occasion will take place on Friday the 24th, of September 2021, at 10:30 am.
Swamiji left his physical frame twenty-three years ago in India, on September 27, 1991. Since that time, each year we joyously celebrate his Divine life and remember him by performing a traditional “Havan” or “Fire Ceremony” along with worship and the recitation of sacred hymns.
HAVAN (Fire Ceremony): LOCATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE!
Swamiji’s Mahasamadhi Havan will begin at 10:30 am, and depending on circumstances, may be held at our Culver City Center (10925 Stever St, Culver City, CA 90230) and will last approximately 1 ½ hours. The prashad (food spiritually blessed by the Master), consisting of very tasty vegetarian Kashmiri preparations and sweets will be served afterward.
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There is no charge for attending the Mahasamadhi celebration, but we would appreciate a donation to help cover the ceremonial expenses.
On the four days following the Havan, September 6th, through the 9th, the Fellowship will hold its bi-annual four-day retreat at the Culver City Center.
Location: IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE! We will announce the location closer to the date. We will definitely offer this event online also. If you are interested please sign up for our newsletter for the latest updates.
For more information about the retreat visit our website here…
It is a blessing for us to share this wonderful and holy day so please try to come. Swamiji’s Havan celebration and retreat are always an uplifting and memorable experience.
Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have at [email protected] with “Mahasamadhi + Retreat” in the subject line.
Jai Guru Dev
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