Sydney Murugan Temple Timings Thiruvizha Annual Festival

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SYDNEY MURUGAN TEMPLE Timings

18/03/2021 Thursday Lord Ganesha’s Blessing
19/03/2021 Friday Hoisting of the Flag
22/03/2021 Monday Thirumurai Thiruvizha
24/03/2021 Wednesday Mampalath Thiruvizha
25/03/2021 Thursday Veddaith Thiruvizha
26/03/2021 Friday Sapparath Thiruvizha
27/03/2021 Saturday Chariot Festival
28/03/2021 Sunday Theerthath Thiruvizha
29/03/2021 Monday Poongaavanam

The Sydney Murugan Temple Thiruvizha (Annual Festival) -2021 will commence on
Friday the 19th of March 2021 and will continue for 11 days. Devotees are welcome
to the Temple to receive Lord Murugan’s blessings. Cultural Centre 217 Great
Western Highway, Mays Hill NSW 2145, Australia www.sydneymurugan.org.au
email: secretary@sydneymurugan.org.au Phone: (02)9687 1695

Thiruvizha (Annual Festival) Details – 2021

DATE: THIRUVIMA TIME : EVENTS
18.03.21

Lord 6.00 AM Abishekam for Lord Murugan
7.00 AM Morning Pooja Blessing
8.00 AM Utchava Moorthykal Abishekam, Arumugaswamy Utshavar Abishekam *
9.00 AM 2″ Pooja, Shanmuga Archchanai Thursday Karthikai
9.30 AM Ganapathy Homam, Abishekam Viratham
12.00 Noon Special Pooja
4.15 PM Evening Pooja
4.30 PM Preliminary Rituals
6.30 PM Evening 2″ Pooja
6.50 PM Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
7.15 PM Lord Ganesha & Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
7.45 PM Lord Ganesha & Lord Murugan Procession (outside the Temple)
8.30 PM Following the Nathaswara Kachcheri, the clay’s event concludes with the
Arththayama Pooja

19 March 2021

7.00 AM Morning Pooja
8.00 AM Morning 2′ Pooja
8.30 AM Abishekam for Lord Murugan
9.30 AM Special Pooja
10.30 AM Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
12.00 Noon Hoisting of the Flag
12.45 PM Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
19.03.21 Friday sash Viratham PM
4.15 PM Lord Murugan Procession (outside the Temple), Santhi Santhi Avahanam
Evening Pooja
4.30 PM Yaga Pooja
5.30 PM Evening 2″ Pooja
5.50 PM Kodithamba Pooja, 108 Porti
6.30 PM Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
7.15 PM Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
7.45 PM Lord Murugan Procession (outside the Temple)
9.30 PM Following the Nathaswara Kachcheri, the day’s event concludes with the
Arththayama Pooja.

19.03.21 Friday: Shasti Viratham –

6:00 AM* Abishekam for Murugan Valli Deivanai
9:15 PM Kootuvalipaadu

22.03.21 Monday: Thirumurai Thiruvizha.
24.03.21 Wednesday: 6:30 AM* Morning Pooja, Therr Velloddam (Chariot
Launching Ceremony) Mampalath Thiruvizha
25.03.21 Thursday: Veddaith Thiruvizha
8:15PM Pirayachchitha Abishekam, Vasantha Mandapa Pooja.

26.03.21 Friday: Sapparath Thiruvizha – Prathosa Viratham-
3:45* PM Sivan Nanthi Abishekam ,
9:15 PM Kootuvalipaadu

28.03.21 Sunday: Theertha Thiruvizha – evening 4:30* Thiru villakku Pooja

Thiruvizha (Annual Festival) – Details 2021

20.03.21 to 26.03.2021 Weekdays Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday

7.00 AM Morning Pooja
8.00 AM Yaga Pooja
8.30 AM Morning 2nd Pooja to 2nd Day
8.45 AM Lord Murugan Abishekam
10.00 AM Special Pooja Saturday to Sunday
10.30 AM Kodithamba Pooja, 108 Porti
11.15 AM Vasantha Mandapa Pooja Mondaay
12.00 Noon Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)

8th Day
4.45 PM Evening Pooja
5.00 PM Yaga Pooja Thursday
5.30 PM Evening 2″ Pooja Friday
5.50 PM Kodithamba Pooja, 108 Porti
6.30 PM Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
7.15 PM Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
7.45 PM Lord Murugan Procession (outside the Temple)
8.30 PM Following the Nathaswara Kachcheri, the day’s event concludes with the
Arththayama Pooja.

27.03.21 Chariot Festival

5.30 AM Morning Pooja
7.00 AM Morning 2′ Pooja, Yaga Pooja
7.30 AM Abishekam for Lord Murugan
8.30 AM Special Pooja 8.50 AM Kodithamba Pooja, 108 Porti
9.30 AM Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
10.30 AM Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
11.15 AM ‘ 1.15 PM Lord Murugan ascends the Chariot Lord Murugan descends the
Chariot
1.45 PM Prayasiththa Abishekam
2.30 PM Shanmuga Archchanai
4.45 PM Evening Pooja
5.00 PM Yaga Pooja
5.30 PM Evening 2″ Pooja
5.50 PM Kodithamba Pooja, 108 Porti
6.30 PM Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
7.15 PM Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
7.45 PM Lord Murugan Procession (outside the Temple)
8.30 PM Following the Nathaswara Kachcheri, the day’s event concludes with the
Arththayama Pooja.

Thiruvizha (Annual Festival) – Details 2021

28.03.2020

Morning Pooja
Morning 2″ Pooja, Yaga Pooja
Abishekam for Lord Murugan
Special Pooja
Kodithamba Pooja, 108 Porti
Pounding bathing spice for Lord Murugan
Vasantha Mandapa Pooja T
heertham , Procession (outside the Temple)
Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
Yaga Kumba Abishekam
Evening Pooja
Abishekam for Lord Siva & Meenachchi *
Evening 2″ Pooja,
Thiruvilakku Pooja
Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
Lord Murugan on swing
Lord Murugan leaves Vasantha Mandapam
Lowering of the Flag
Lord Murugan Procession (outside the Temple), Santhi Visarjanam
Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
Sandeswarar Utsavam & Procession
Honouring the Priests. The day’s event concludes with the Arththayama Pooja.

29.03.21

7.00 AM Morning Pooja
10.00 AM Morning 2′ Pooja
10.30 AM 108 Shangabishekam for Lord Murugan
12.00 Noon Special Pooja Evening Pooja
4.30 PM Evening 2′” Pooja
5.00 PM Holy Matrimony for Lord Murugan
5.30 PM Lord Murugan Procession (inside the Temple)
7.15 PM Lord Murugan Procession (outside the Temple)
7.45 PM Nathaswara Kachcheri. The day’s event concludes with the
8.30 PM Arththayama Pooja.

30.03.21 Tuesday Vyravar Pongal

7.00 AM Morning Pooja
10.00 AM Morning 2′ Pooja
10.30 AM Prayasiththa Abishekam
12.00 Noon Special Pooja
5.00 PM Evening Pooja
5:30 pm Abishekam & Pongal for Lord Vyravar
7.00 PM Evening 2″ Pooja
7.30 PM Special Pooja for Lord Vyravar
The Thiruvizha concludes with the Arththayama Pooja.

The Saiva Manram will provide letters of authority to the Group Co-ordinators who
in turn will then distribute these letters within their group. The group members who
collect donations must produce the letter of authority upon demand by the person
making a donation. Receipting of donations

• The Group Co-ordinators shall collect all required receipt books from the Treasurer
for distribution amongst their own group members. The Group Co-ordinators are
responsible for all receipt books issued within their group. The group members and
co-ordinators must issue a receipt for every donation received.

All receipts must have the donator’s details e.g. full name of the person making the
donation, address, contact phone number & E-mail address. If a receipt is required to
be cancelled for any reason, all copies of the receipt must be cancelled and counter
signed. It is the Group Co-ordinators’ responsibility to ensure that all receipts
irrespective of whether it is used or not is in order. Handing over of collections

• The Group Co-ordinators and group members must hand over all the collections to
the volunteer on duty at the temple counter on a weekly basis (preferably on Friday
nights). The volunteer on duty at the temple counter is required to issue an official
receipt on which it should be clearly written the group’s detail.

 

Within two weeks of the Annual Festival conclusion, the Group Co-ordinators must
ensure that the entire collections from their respective group is handed-over to the
temple and all the receipt books are returned to the Treasurer. Donating directly at
the temple counter

• Donations for the Festival can also be made directly at the temple counter. The
volunteer on desk duty at the counter is required to issue an official receipt to the
devotee noting their details e.g. full name of the person making the donation,
address, contact phone number and group details. Reporting of the collection,

• Within two months of the Annual Festival conclusion, the Treasurer is required to
prepare a summary of accounts for each individual group concerned. A copy of this is
to be given to the respective Group Co-ordinators for their verification.

Sydney Murugan Temple Timings

Thiruvizha Annual Festival Hindu Temple in Sydney

Transport Arrangements-2021

• A special but shuttle service will be in operation from Westmead Railway Station
(Railway Pde) to the temple (including return trip) on the following days Flag
Hoisting day, Chariot festival day & Theerthath Thiruvizha day from 8.30 am to 3.00
pm.

• Public Transport buses are available from Parramatta to the temple. But route nos
are T80, 811X & 8100 (811X & 810X operate in the morning and evening only).
The Saiva Manram requests your co-operation to conduct the Annual Festival and to
complete the activities successfully.

During the Annual Festival days, you are kindly requested to abide by the following
guidelines:

1. You are requested to park your vehicles strictly within the parking area or as
directed, without causing obstruction to other vehicles that have been already parked.
If you happen to park your vehicle outside the temple premises, please make sure that
you do not park on any road shoulders or block any driveways. If possible, leave your
footwear in your vehicles.

2. The ‘smashing of coconuts’ during festival days is only permissible on the Chariot
festival day at the specified place and time.

3. All activities that may cause injury or adverse pain to your body including fire
walking, body piercing, etc. are prohibited.

4. Anyone who wishes to participate in performing “Sangalpam” must be present at
the temple for the morning session at 8.30am and at 4.30pm for the evening session.
5. Preference will be given to carry Lord Murugan in the procession to the respective
Group members during their festival days.

6. Group Co-ordinators are responsible for organising a devotee from their group to
chant 108 Porti and “Panchapuranam” hymns.

7. Group Co-ordinators are responsible for organising and distributing the
Prasathams.

8. It will be appreciated if the Thiruvizha Groups can help to clean the inner and
outer areas of the temple following the conclusion of the day’s activities.

9. Devotees are kindly requested to use the pedestrian crossing opposite the temple to
safely cross the Great Western Highway.

10. It is highly recommended for everyone to wear mask at the Temple. We can all be
proud of a successful Thiruvizha if devotees give consideration to the above
mentioned.

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