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“Festivity is an opportunity to celebrate the grandeur of life. A season of festivity is a reminder as to how life should be lived.”

—Sadhguru

On auspicious days related to Devi, special celebrations and offerings, including vibrant cultural performances, elaborate Abhishekams and more, take place at Linga Bhairavi abodes, enabling devotees to receive and benefit from her Grace.

Oct - Dec 2023 

Mahalaya Amavasya
Mahalaya Amavasya

Mahalaya Amavasya is a special day dedicated to making an offering to express our gratitude to all the previous generations of people who have contributed to our life.

Navratri
Navratri

Experience the first-ever Navratri celebration at Linga Bhairavi Nepal in person. Feminine worship has always been prominent in this culture. Navratri are nine powerful nights dedicated to Devi – a feminine manifestation of the Divine. Linga Bhairavi manifests all three dimensions of the Divine Feminine, traditionally represented as Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. These three dimensions represent the three basic qualities of existence – tamas (inertia), rajas (action), and sattva (transcendence). The first two are oriented towards wellbeing and prosperity, and the third is towards the aspiration to go beyond. This Navratri, join us for an elaborate Abhishekam every night, various offerings to earn Devi’s grace, cultural performances, and traditional food and craft stalls.

Diwali and Karthigai Deepam
Diwali and Karthigai Deepam

Diwali and Karthigai Deepam is a time of communion, togetherness, joy and celebration. In the northern hemisphere, Diwali, or Deepavali, is traditionally celebrated on Trayodashi (13th day) of the Karthigai month in the lunar calendar.

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Jan - Mar 2024 

Thaipusam
Thaipusam

Thaipusam, which takes place on the first full moon after the winter solstice, is traditionally seen as a day of auspiciousness and grace, which a person can make use of for their wellbeing. This day is also known as “Dhanya Purnima”, which means a full moon of fulfillment. It is a day when many siddhas, seers and Yogis chose to leave their body and attain to their ultimate nature.

Apr - Jun 2024 

Lunar Hindu New Year
Lunar Hindu New Year

The Lunar Hindu New Year is very significant, not just culturally, but scientifically too, because it takes into account the relationship between our planet, the sun and the moon, and its impact on the human system. As such, the New Year's dates were set to mark the beginning of the new agricultural season and the welcoming of spring, and not on 1 January.

Chitra Purnima
Chitra Purnima

Traditionally, Purnima (full moon) is a time for devotion and becoming receptive to the grace of the Divine. The full moon offers a unique possibility by enhancing the qualities of an individual and helps improve overall health and development. Every Purnima is celebrated at Linga Bhairavi with an elaborate Abhishekam (sacred offering), accompanied by vibrant music and dance. This creates an explosive atmosphere for devotees to bask in Devi’s Grace.

Jul - Sep 2024 

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