Maha Sivarathiri Prayers at Sri Sivan Temple

  • Devotees can offer Paalkudams from Friday, 8.03.2024, 7:00pm till Saturday, 9.03.2024, 4:00am. Tickets can be purchased at the Temple office.
  • For more information, please contact the Temple office at 67434566.

Programme

  • 7 March 2024
    • 7:00am: Siva Panchachara Homam, Abishegam, Deeparathanai, Prasadam
    • 5:30pm: Ubaya Poojai, Deeparathanai, Prasadam
    • 6:00pm: Silver Chariot Procession Stop Points – Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple, Bedok Reservoir Road & Blk 42 Circuit Road near car drop off point.
  • 8 March 2024
    • 3:30pm: Maha Sani Prathosham
    • 7:00pm: First Kaala Abishega Poojai, Public Participation
    • 10:00pm: Second Kaala Abishega Poojai, Public Participation
  • 9 March 2024
    • 1:00am: Third Kaala Abishega Poojai, Public Participation
    • 4:00am: Fourth Kaala Abishega Poojai, Public Participation
    • 4:00pm: Special Abishegam
    • 5:00pm: Thirukkalyana Seer Varisai
    • 5:30pm: Thirukkalyanam Commencement, Thirumangalyatharanam, Deeparathanai, Prasadam

Key Points to Note:

  1. At Sri Sivan Temple, Maha Sivarathri prayers start at 7.00 pm on 8 Mar 2024 and end at 7.00 am on 9 Mar 2024.
  1. Devotees already in the temple for pradosham prayers on 8 Mar 2024 must leave the temple at 5.00 pm and join a queue to enter the temple for the first kaalam
  1. On the night of Sivarathri, the most crowded time is usually between 8.30 pm and 11.30 pm. Devotees should expect to wait longer to enter the temple.
  1. Devotees taking the MRT are encouraged to alight at Paya Lebar MRT station to get to the main tent in the field opposite the temple.
  1. During peak hours, devotees coming by Sims Avenue will be required to join a queue which will go around the field in front of the neighbouring Buddhist monastery.
  1. Devotees coming by Geylang East Central will have to join a queue that will come via the Geylang East industrial estate.
  1. Only senior citizens (above 65 years old) and those physically challenged, accompanied by one (1) family member/carer, are allowed to enter the temple via the gate at the Athmalingam.
  1. Devotees are requested to cooperate with the route marshals and follow the instructions for entry into the festival grounds.
  1. There are several points at the far end of the field (opposite the temple) to leave your footwear. Devotees must remove their footwear before entering the main tent and the temple.
  1. For more details, please visit heb.org.sg.

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