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Sankata Hara Chaturthi Ganesha abhishekam

The Sankashti Chaturthi Is an Auspicious Day. The Chaturthi (Fourth) Day of The Krishna Paksha (Waning Phase of The Moon) Each Month Is Auspicious for The Worship of Lord Ganesha. Sankata Means Distress or Obstacle and Hara Means to Destroy. Worshipping Lord Ganesha by Observing a Fast and Witnessing the Abhishekam to The Lord in The Evening and Taking Darshan of The Moon Removes All Sins and Obstacles In The Path Of The Devotee.

You May Sponsor This Abhishekam/Puja to Eliminate All Kinds of Obstacles and Be Blessed by Lord Ganesha. You Can Choose to Sponsor and Pay Monthly or Yearly.

The Temple Performs Abhishekam to Lord Vallabha Ganapati At 06:00 PM If Chaturthi Falls on A Weekdays and at 6:30 PM If It Falls on A Weekends. Please sponsor for the abhishekam by clicking below.



Ganapati Sankata Hara chaturthi abhishekam