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26233 Taft Rd Novi, MI 48374 | Phone: (248) 449-9049 | Email: info@svtemplemi.org


Hours of Operation

Mon to Fri: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Sat, Sun & All Public Holidays: Open all day from 9:00 AM to 8:30 PM
All Religious Festivals & Special Events: Open all day from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Last Archana is performed at 8:15 PM every day.


Thursday Oct 23, 2014 Temple will be closed after 12 pm due to SURYA GRAHAN (Solar Eclipse).

Solar Eclipse happens when the moon passes between the Earth and the Sun. The Moon casts a huge shadow over the Earth as it blocks out the sunlight. For those at the edge of the shadow (the penumbra) the eclipse is partial and observers standing in the centre of the shadow (the umbra) see a spectacular Full solar eclipse.

The grahana kaalam is considered auspicious for manthra paaraayanam. Mantras chanted during this time gets energized (chanting once equals chanting many times). Take a head bath and start reciting the mantra when the eclipse starts and continue it until the eclipse ends. After the eclipse is over, take a head bath again. It is advisable to fast during the

Grahana Kaalam“.
Solar Eclipse (partial) visibility in Detroit Area: 
  • Partial eclipse start time : Oct 23 2014 5:40 pm EDT
  • Peak:                                   Oct 23 2014 6:31 pm EDT
  • Sunset:                                Oct 23 2014 6:36 pm EDT
  • Partial eclipse end time   : Oct 23 2014 7:42 pm EDT

 

 


 

We are celebrating DEEPAVALI on Saturday, Oct 25th. Temple open from 9 am to 9 pm Fire works start at 7.30 pm [ 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm ]

We are celebrating DEEPAVALI on Saturday, Oct 25th, instead of Thu, Oct 23, due to partial solar eclipse on that day.

SCHEDULE

On Sat, Oct 25, Temple is open from 9 am to 9 pm.
Fireworks start at 7.30 pm [7.30 pm to 8.30 pm]

*** Stay Tuned for more details ***

Significance:

Deepaavali is a Sanskrit term derived as ‘Deepaanaam aavalihi Deepaavalihi’, which means an array of lights.  Deepaavali falls on the last day of the month of Aashvayuja, as per the lunar Calendar. The previous day is called Naraka Chathurdasi.  Naraka asura was killed by Lord Krishna on the Chathurdasi day. The day after the chaturdasi is the amaavaasya day which is celebrated with lights. On this day everyone takes a head bath with oil before sunrise.

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