* Mahasamadhi meaning - Sanskrit maha, “great,” samadhi. The last meditation, or conscious communion with God, during which a perfected master merges himself in the cosmic Aum and casts off the physical body. A master invariably knows beforehand the time God has appointed for him to leave his bodily residence.
*Janmashtami celebrates the birth (Janma) of Krishna on the eighth day (Ashtami) in the month of Shravan (August-September).
|Ceremony Occasion||Service Date|
|Mahasamadhi of Lahiri Mahasaya (1895)||2021-09-26|
|Birthday of Lahiri Mahasaya (1828)||2021-09-30|
|All-Day Christmas Meditation||2021-12-11|
|New Year's Meditation||2021-12-31|
|Birthday of Paramahansa Yogananda (1893)||2022-01-05|
|Paramahansa Yogananda Commemorative Meditation||2022-01-08|
|Mahasamadhi of Paramahansa Yogananda (1952)||2022-03-07|
|Mahasamadhi of Sri Yukteswar (1936)||2022-03-09|
|Birthday of Sri Yukteswar (1855)||2022-05-10|
|Mahavatar Babaji Commemoration Day||2022-07-25|
|Janmashtami (birth of Bhagavan Krishna)||2022-08-18|