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March 8 @ 18:00 - 21:00

MAHASHIVRATRI @ The Hindu Temple ,


18:00-06:30 Open from the 8th of March to the 9th of March. There are rooms for children to play and rest,

Those who want only to do Jal Abhishekam to Shiv, take prasad and leave can do so. Enter from main door, do Darshan and jan abhishekam, and go downstairs and exit from River side, after collecting Shoes and Jacket.

18:30-06:00 Cultural activities like dance, singing, meditation, chanting, children’s activities (GROUND FLOOR HALL # 3)

18:00-19:30Rudraabhiskem for general public in HALL #2 (live) and ROOM #1(with TV screen), first come first seated!

19:30-20:00Shiv Tandav in HALL#2

20:00-00:00 Rudraabhishekam (Group and Private), 151:– per family, in Main Temple HALL#1 (prasad and pooja material by temple)

00:00 onwardsLingodbhav Kaal Pooja, 501:- per family, in Main Temple HALL#1 (prasad and pooja material by temple)

To register, please use the LINK (ONLY FOR PAID POOJA). The rudraabhshekam during 18:00-19:30 is first come ONLY!!! Bank Giro 5442-4749

(Please mention your name in reference, not the pooja, the amounts are enough to specify pooja, your name will be helpful)

PRASADThe temple will give light fruits as prasad that will be given after the Shiv Tandav only (after 20:00)

If you want to get PRASAD only get fruits and give at PRASAM COUNTER downstairs next to Hall 3

There will be biscuits and juice for kids

Tea and snacks for those SHIV BHAKTS who will stay awake whole night to drink in SHIV POWER.

CHILDRENHave dedicated activity room (ROOM 6) and rest room (Room 2) upstairs. Please get your own pillow, blanket and blanket for floor. Kids Activities from 18:00-00:00Har Har Mahadev!



Benefits and Significance of Poojas

The Lingodbhav pooja has been priced at 501: for a family (husband wife) and if you have children, it is fine, but the time is midnight and best benefits if Husband and wife do this together.

The details of the Pooja are:

It is believed that Lord Shiva manifests in the temple shivling at midnight.1.Divine Manifestation: The Lingodbhav Kal symbolizes the moment Lord Shiva appeared as a limitless pillar of light, representing his nature as the eternal source, without beginning or end. Performing pooja during this time commemorates Shiva’s manifestation and his omnipresence.

2.Spiritual Merit: It is believed that worshipping Lord Shiva during the Lingodbhav Kal brings immense spiritual merit and blessings. Devotees engage in prayers, meditation, and chanting to seek Shiva’s grace for liberation from the cycle of birth and death.

3.Cosmic Connection: The midnight pooja on Shivaratri aligns devotees with cosmic rhythms, enhancing their spiritual awareness and connection to the universe’s divine energy. It’s a powerful time for spiritual awakening and realizing one’s true self.

4.Purification and Renewal: The rituals performed during this auspicious period are said to purify the soul, cleanse sins, and renew spiritual energy. It’s a time for reflection, forgiveness, and committing to righteous living


March 8
18:00 - 21:00
Opening Hours

Mon-Fri-18:30 – 20:00


Sat-Sun-18:00 – 20.00

(Pandit Availability -18.30-19.30)

Temple Location

Kunskapsgatan 1, 417 56 Göteborg, Sweden

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