RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES AND GATHERINGS

Though 'Shri Hari Naam Sankirtan Samelans' and religious congregations keep taking place since its foundation after the emplacement of Jyoti Swaroop of 'Maa Chintapurni', historic religious events have taken place in recent years.

On 12th February,1994 – 1008 Shri Durga Stuti Path were recited collectively by the devotees in one sitting in the presence of MAA Chintapurni.
On 27th February.2000- 2100 Shri Durga Stuti Path were recited collectively by the devotees in one sitting in the presence of MAA Chintapurni, MAA Jawala Devi, MAA Chamunda Devi, MAA Kangra Devi.
On 27th February.2005 – 3100 Shri Durga Stuti Path were recited at the huge decorated PANDAAL at the devi talab ground. People from all over punjab and neighbouring states came to have holy darshan of 'Nine Jyoti Swaroop' of Aadi Shakti-  (1) MAA Vaishno Devi (2) MAA Mahakali (Kolkatta Se)  (3) Maa Jawala Devi (4) Maa Chamunda Devi (5) Maa Chintapurni (6) Maa Kangra Devi (7) MAA Mansa Devi (8) MAA Naina Devi (9) MAA Sheetla Devi. The Jyoti Swaroop Stayed in the city for more than a week and lakhs of people had 'Darshan" and recieved blessings of Aadi Shakti'.

On 27th February 2011, the history of February 2005 was repeated and Lakhs of devotees gathered the well decorated open at ground of Sainik School Kapurthala to Recite 5100 Shri Durga Stuti Path had blissful of  'Jyoti Swaroop' of Aadi Shakti-  (1) MAA Vaishno Devi (2) MAA Mahakali (Kolkatta Se)  (3) Maa Jawala Devi (4) Maa Chamunda Devi (5) Maa Chintapurni (6) Maa BaglaMukhi (7) Maa Kangra Devi (8) MAA Mansa Devi (9) MAA Naina Devi (10) MAA Sheetla Devi,  it was an event where people from all walks of life gathered to witness blissful sight.

On 28th February 2016, the history of February 2011 was repeated and Lacs of devotees gathered the well decorated open at ground of Sainik School Kapurthala to Recite 5100 Shri Durga Stuti Path had blissful of 'Jyoti Swarrop of Aadi Shakti', it was an event where people from all walks of life gathered to witness blissful sight.