The Atirudra Mahayag is a grand Vedic ritual that holds profound spiritual significance at Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple. It is organized during the holy month of Chaturmas. This annual event involves an intricate series of prayers, offerings, and ceremonies aimed at invoking blessings and positive energies. During this 11 day celebration, various rituals are performed including Rudra Hawan, Ganesh Yag, and Maha Laxmi Hawan Shri Sukt, among others. 125 priests come together to perform the elaborate ritual of Atirudra Maha Yag, which is believed to bring harmony, well-being, and spiritual upliftment. The Atirudra Mahayag reflects the temple's dedication to preserving ancient traditions and fostering a deeper connection between individuals and the divine.