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Laghu Rudram

A Laghu Rudram ceremony is scheduled at the temple in the auspicious month of Karthika. The Sri Rudram will be recited 121 times, accompanied by Rudra Abhishekam, followed by Laksha Bilva Archana and Maha Jyotirlingarchana.

Namasankeertana will also be performed by Pundit Sri Sivaramakrishnan Ji.

The purpose of this majestic hymn is to cultivate in the seeker’s consciousness the profound understanding that God is not only the cosmic parent of the universe but also the essence within every particle of creation. This hymn is regarded as a universal purifier, and when chanted with unwavering faith and devotion, it is believed to heal severe illnesses and absolve the most significant of sins. Laghu Rudram is revered as one of the most elevated forms of communal worship, conducted for the betterment of all humankind.