The most important event of PVBA starts with Annando Mela on Panchami, Sasthi, Saptami, Asthami, Navami and Dashami bring in all members and residents with their families and friends
Along with social and cultural activities, VCA organizes and celebrates various religious festivals. People from all walks of life take part in these festivals wholeheartedly and with great fervor. The combined efforts of the association and ts members, make these festivals most sought after in NCR region.
Summer - 06:00 am - 01:00 pm, 04:00 pm - 09:30 pm
Winter - 06:30 am - 01:00 pm, 05:30 pm - 09:00 pm
Goddess Annapurna is the Goddess of Plenty. Worshipping Goddess Annapurna signifies that the barn will never be empty as “Anna” means food grains and “Purna” means full.
Ma Kali is worshiped on the new moon day of Hindu month Kartik and coincides with the Lakshmi Puja, the day of Diwali.
Saraswati, the Goddess of knowledge, music, arts and science is worshiped as Saraswati Puja is mainly organised by the VCA. It is nice to see the school and college students taking up a challenge giving their best to celebrate the day.
Amavasya is the first day of new month, hence considered to be the best day for the new beginning. The new moon brings new life.
Purnima is the Indian word for full moon day. Satyanrayana puja is performed by the devoted members or by the association followed by distribution of prasad and cinni.
The Holy Mother’s birthday is celebrated on this day. From early morning, puja, homa and chanting of slokas start. Elaborate arrangements are made to distribute prasad and bhog after the puja.