The shringar of the deity is done every day at 4 AM and is watched by several devotees. Cultural programmes are held in the Satsang hall throughout the day.
Arrangements for lungar(free food and prasad) is made both during the day and in the evening for the devotees. An estimated one lakh devotees take lungar daily.
About 5000 sewadars (Voluntcus) perform duties in the lungar, shoe stand, parking, queuing, security, distribution of prasad etc during every Navratra.
Mahashivratri is celebrated every year in the temple on the 14th day of the Hindu month of Fagun (February-March). According to Hindu mythology, this day is the marriage day of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvathi.
The Mandir Trust provides all the pooja materials like flowers, gangajal, chandan, milk, bhang, datura, fruits etc needed for the Rudhrabhishek of Lord Shiva free of cost to all the devotees.
Different types of tableaux depicting Lord Shiva’s life are displayed.
This festival is celebrated on the Bhadrapad Ashtami (8th day) of the Hindu month of Bhadon (August/September). According to the Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna took birth at midnight this day. At the Shaktipeeth Mandir, different tableaux are decorated to depict the various aspects of Lord Krishna’s life. These tableaux attract a large number of devotees.
At midnight, Vishnu Sahasranam is recited in the temple followed by Aarti, and distribution of Prasad.
This auspicious day is celebrated on the full moon day in February/March i.e. in the Hindu month of Fagun. In the morning, Babaji’s statue is given a holy bath (Kumbhabhishek) and there is a continuous recital of the following mantra for 24 hours.
“Durgati Nashini, Durga Jai Jai,
Kaal Vinashini Kaali Jai Jai.
Uma Rama Brahmani Jai Jai,
Radha Rukmani Sita Jai Jai.”
All the devotees play Holi at the Markandeya Hall which is followed by lunch. Cultural and religious programmes are also held during the day.
Guru Purnima is observed on Purnima day in August every year. A procession is taken out starting around 10.00 am from Shree Shiv Shakti Mandir, Kilokari village, which after travelling a distance of 20 kms terminates around 2 pm at Babaji’s Samadhi in the main temple complex at Chhattarpur.
Babaji’s Nirvaan Divas
Babaji attained Samadhi on 15th December 1998. On this day the Samadhi is decorated with flowers and illuminated with lights. Abhishek of Babaji’s statue is perfomed. Bhajans and kirtans are held at the Samadhi throughout the day.
Free lungar (food, fruits etc) is arranged for all the invited saints. Woolen clothing, blankets, shawls etc are also given to them.
Facilities for Performing Different Kinds of Pujas, in the Temple
DONATION RATES FOR POOJA
||Name of the Puja
||Place of Puja
||Rudrabhishek (with three pundits)
||Shiv Gauri Nageshwar Mandir
||1250000 Mahamrityunjaya Mantra Path (With Nine Pandits)
||Shiv Gauri Nageshwar Mandir
||Ramayan Path 24 hours (with five pundits)
||Markendaya Bahwan and Laxmi Vinayak Mandir.
||Sunderkand Path (With Five Pandits)
||Laxmi Vinayak Mandir and Markendaya Bhawan
||Durga Saptsati/Shri Vishnu Sahasranam/Shri Laxmi Sahasranam Path
(With 3 Pandit)
|Laxmi Vinayak Mandir and Satsang Bhawan
||Lungar after Satyanarayan Katha day after Purnima
||Sunday Halwa/Puri Prasad
||Purnima Lungar(Morning & Evening)
||Lungar toPandits and other Sewadars
||Vehicle Pooja(Two wheelers)
||Vehicle Pooja(Cars and SUVS)
||Vehicle Pooja(LMV and Heavy Vehicles)
The facility for booking different kinds of special pujas has been introduced at the temple reception. Devotees desiring to perform any of the following pujas in the temple can book in advance and get confirmation of the same. The pujas are performed in the Hindu Vedic system by learned Pandits/Pujaris.
In addition to the above, other pujas, as desired by the devotees, can also be arranged. Prasad would be sent by post to outstation devotees.