Ambaji USA is a Hindu religious organization whose goal is to actively fulfill the spiritual, cultural, and social needs of the Hindu community. The mission of Ambaji USA is to provide a place of worship, perform religious rites, and hold religious and cultural festivals throughout the year.
Since its Murti Pratistha on June 6, 1993, Ambaji USA has worked to fulfill the spiritual, cultural, and social needs of the community. It is our duty to continue meeting the needs of the Hindu community, which is a challenging and expensive process. This lofty goal is only possible with the help of devotees and donors like you.
Ambaji (USA) Shree Shakti Mandir, Atlanta, Georgia, remains open from 8 AM to 8 PM. People take benefit of ‘Shrungar Aarti’ at 9 AM, ‘Rajbhog Aarti’ at 12 noon and ‘Shayan Aarti’ at 7 pm.
The ‘Annapurna Prasaad Gruh’ of Shree Shakti Mandir provides excellent and free Rajbhog Prasaad within the temple to all the devotees from 12 noon to 8 PM everyday. Rajbhog prasaad includes delicious food like puri, shaak, rice, daal, sweets, pickle and papad. Devotees donate grocery for Shri Annapurna Prasaad Gruh. This grocery is used to provide free food to all the devotees.
Among various donations,Ann Daan is considered as the best and greatest donation according to the Vedas, the Puranas and the Upanishads. Providing food to people brings peace, prosperity, and happiness in the life of human beings. It brings good thought and develops virtues in the life of people and thereby helps in the growing a good, healthy, religious and society.
Various saints like the Swami Vivekanand, Tulsidas, Kabir, Dayanand Saraswati and others have sung praises of food donation. They say “service to mankind is service to God. Providing food to need and any person is really a service to mankind and thus service to God whereby God the Almighty shower blessings and protects from all hardships and miseries.
All the devotees coming or passing by Atlanta are requested to visit the Ambaji temple and take benefit of Darshan, Aarti and Mahaprasaad.