Swami Ayyappan Bhajan

Session 1:SLOKAM- GANAPATHI (page 1 in temple Ayyappa bhajan book) , SHIVA, VISHNU, AYYAPPA (page 2)SHARANAMAYYAPPA – Swamiye Sharanam (page 2) SREEPATHI NANDANA (page 7) AYYAPPANE VA VA (page 8) SWAMEE SHARANAM (page 12) SHARANAM VILI (page 13) SHARANAMAYYAPPA (page 6)...
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Ayyappa Mandalamasa Pooja

2022 Special Instructions for Swamis/Devotees: Swamis registered for Ayyappa Irumudi Kettunira on Dec 26 5:30am, also requested to be available at the temple for preparing the Irumudi after the Aarathi on Dec 25 at 7pm-8:30pm and some decor in the spiritual hall (volunteer, not...
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Navarathri Mandapam

Navarathri Mandapam 2022, a classical music/dance dedications to Goddess Saraswati on the auspicious occasion of Navarathri Mahotsavam at Sri Guruvayurappan Temple of Dallas. Temple Navarathri event committee thankful to the Gurus, disciples and devotees turned around to this...
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TEMPLE’s COVID19 GUIDELINES

Face masks are encouraged while at temple. For the safety of our employees and visitors, we highly encourage you to wear facemasks while visiting temple. Devotees are requested to follow CDC mandated COVID-19 guidelines.
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2021 Prathishta Dinam (Jun 9,10 &11)

Narayana Narayana, Narayana This year’s Prathishta Dinam (Prathishta Anniversary, 6th) will be celebrated on June 9, 10 & 11).Please participate in the Prathishta Parayeduppu event and support the Prathishta Dinam celebrations (Details below). Signup for offerings: ALL...
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Akshaya Thritheeya (May 14, 2021)

(May 14, 2021) Akshaya Thritheeya was conducted at Sri Guruvayurappan Temple with Lakshmi Pooja and Vasthra Samarappanam for Sri Guruvayurappan.
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Hanuman Jayanthi (Apr 26, 2021)

(Apr 26, 2021) Sri Hanuman Jayanthi, birth day of one of the greatest Bhakthas was celebrated with special Hanuman Pooja with Aval Nivedyam and Special pushphanjali. Bhakthas chanted Hanuman Chalisa for few hours.
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Rama Navami (Apr 21, 2021)

(April 21, 2021) Sri Rama Navami (birth of Sri Rama) was celebrated at temple with Ramayanam chanting from 7:00AM to 7:00PM. Devotees changed Sri Ezhuthachan’s Ramayanam, Ramayanam from Srimad Bhagavatam over the zoom and in person. The finale was a wonderful play on...
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