Shree Kali Amman Mandir

Transformation through Spirituality


Upcoming Events & Auspicious Observances

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Aadi Marieamman Puja Flag Hosting (Invite Above) : 27 July 2018 @ 7pm

Aadi Marieamman Puja main Day: 05 August 2018 @ 8am

 Vara Luxmi Viratham: 24 August 2018 @ 7pm

 Krishna Janmashthami: 03 September 2018 @ 7pm

 Vinayagar Chathurthi: 13 September 2018 @ 7pm

 Saraswathi Puja: 18 October 2018 @ 7pm

 Hanuman Jandha Puja: 13 October 2018 (TBC) HNBM @ 8am

 Thai Poosam Kavady Shakti Puja: 26 January 2019 @ 9pm

 Maha Teemethi Thiruvizha Flag Hosting: 21 February 2019 @ 7pm

Gangai Amman Puja: 23 February 2019 @ 7am

Maha Chandi Homam: 24 February 2019 @ 4am

Maha Teemethi Thiruvizha (Firewalking Day): 02 March 2019 @ 9am

 Maha Shivarathri: 04 March 2019

Draupadi Amman Puja (FIREWALKING) 03 March 2018

Theemedi Thiruvizha (Fire Walking Festival) stems from the great Epic known as the Mahabharata. The well-known game of dice, finds the Pandava brother loosing Draupadi (Daughter of King Drupada) to the Kauravas (from Demon Clan). Draupadi is then molested in the court by Dhushasana under order of Dhuryodhana (Kaurava Brothers).

It is then that the Pandava brothers took a vow to see the destruction of the Kauravas, in a War which lasted 18 Days. On the 18thDay, Draupadi stepped into the battle fields to fight. From daily penance and prayer to the divine mother Kali, Draupadi had gained much strength. Upon her arrival she had given a Scream that was heard in many states in India. Using the Soolum (trident) she had then destroyed the Evil Dhuryodhana.

Following this triumph of good over evil, Draupadi vowed to prove her innocence and courage to the village, by walking on ambers of Coal. Through this process, Draupadi had completed her purpose on earth, and returned to the Kingdom of Gods.

The Theemedi Thiruvizha is not only a re-enactment of this epic. This form of worship enables one to place their fears aside and believe in the existence of our Divine Master. The battle, enlightens us on the equality of male and female. This form of worship teaches us, that we control our mind. We can achieve even the impossible in the name of our Divine Mother Adi Para Shakti (Eternal Everlasting Power).

The entire prayer is focused around worshipping our divine mother, and praying for strength and courage to overcome challenges which we all face daily.


ANNUAL Sports & Family Day Dec 2017

Hanuman Jhunda, Narasimha & Raam Bhajan Oct 2017

Hari Narayana Bhajanai Mandiram @ The National Raam Bhajan Festival 2017

Maha Muthumarieamman Thiruvizha 28th July - 6th August 2017


 Firewalking Festival March 2017 

Maha Shivarathri - 24th February 2017

March 2017 Events 

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