Visiting the Bay Area

On the 11th, Paramacharya Sadasivanathaswami and Yogi Jayanatha arrived in the Bay Area. On their first full day they visited the Siva Murugan Temple in Concord for a Muruga abhishekam. This temple is a special piece of our history as it was founded by Gurudeva, and this was a perfect day to visit for it happened to be the day of one of the Temple's Nataraja abhishekams which only happen six times a year. Our monks were joined by local shishya as well as temple devotees. A new temple is currently under way and our travelers were shown the plans and the construction site in the adjacent lot.

That evening was a satsang in Walnut Creek at the home of Easvan and Devi Param. Paramacharya gave a talk and everyone asked some goods questions and enjoyed a lovely meal.

Aum Namah Sivaya

2 Responses to “Visiting the Bay Area”

  1. Thilaiampalam Sivayogapathy says:

    Aum Namasivaya!

    “Then Naadudaiya SIVANE Potri,

    En Naatavarkum Iraiva Potri”

    Aum Siva, Siva!

    Mikka Nanri,




  2. vinaya alahan says:

    It is lovely and gratifying to see so many friendly faces from my past gathered for worship and fellowship. I sincerely love you all and it is an honor and a privilege to share these moments.
    Aum Namah Sivaya

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