Sponsor an arati ceremony
You can sponsor any of these seven aratis on a day of your choice. A special donor’s board in reception will display the names of the sponsors.
|Mangala Arati||4.30 am||£31|
|Darshan Arati||7.00 am||£25|
|Dhupa Arati||8.15 am||£21|
|Raja Bhoga Arati||12.30 pm||£31|
|Dhupa Arati||4.20 pm||£21|
|Sandhya Arati||7.00 pm||£31|
|Shayan Arati||9.00 pm||£25|
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Frequently asked questions
The arati ceremony is part of the public worship of the Deities. It is conducted in a traditional style dating back thousands of years. Lamps and fragrant incense are offered, along with flowers, a peacock fan, and other items. To mark the beginning and end of the ceremony, a conch shell is blown.