Arti in Vienna

A Puja is a fire ceremony from the Veden praising the Sanatan Dharma, the origin of all religions.

I am a Pujari (a Pujarini to be exact, however, the female term is not yet well established). I have become a Pujarini in Shakti Dhumi in Haidakhan in India.

I am living with a Murti – the “Haidakhan Deshvari Ma” – a stone figure representing the divine mother. During the daily Puja a Pujari makes himself aware that everything that exists is “God” and works in accordance with the law “energy follows concentration”. A Pujari cares for his Murti like a living being and through this maintains concentration on vitality. The Murti functions as a mirror to ourselves, a temple, as the Mother and as the Divine in us.

We celebrate the Puja using fire and water (both elements repeatedly reoccur in all religions) and singing the Arti. Arti is a ceremony outside of all religious denominations.

We are singing every second Wednesday of the month at 19:00.

If you are interested, you are welcome to use the room for meditation from 18:30 onwards. The Arti begins at 19:00.

Arti Termine

We are singing every second Wednesday of the month at 19:00.

 

January
08.01.20
22.01.20

February
05.02.20
19.02.20

March
04.03.20
18.03.20

April
01.04.20
25.3.- 3.4. Navaratri
08.04.20 Hanuman Jayanti
13.04.20 Ostermontag Morgenarti
15.04.20
29.04.20

May
07.05.20 Buddha Purmina
13.05.20
27.05.20

June
10.06.20
24.06.20

July
05.07.20 Guru Purmina
08.07.20
22.07.20

August
05.08.20
19.08.20
22.08.20 Ganesh  Chaturthi

September
02.09.20
16.09.20
30.09.20

October
14.10.20
17.-25.10 Navaratri
28.10.20

November
11.11.20
14.11.20 Diwali
25.11.20

December
09.12.20
23.12.20 Weihnachtsarti

01.01.20 Neujahrspuja