Radhe Maa’s donation enables employment in destitute areas

Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa has always believed and practiced serving God through service to the world. Over the years she and her team have started various initiatives and recently the Sanatan Hindu Guru undertook another initiative. This initiative was focused on providing sewing machines to the needy. Shri Radhe Maa’s followers undertook this noble cause on Sunday the 21st of April in Mukerain, Punjab.

 

In order to provide employment to the destitute people, Shri Radhe Maa undertook the initiative by providing sewing machines.  The initiative was based on Shri Radhe Maaji’s “Karam hi Pradhaan Hai” teachings and focused on widow and needy people.

 

The sewing machines were distributed keeping in mind the tailoring training provided by Shri Radhe Maa herself. People were very happy as they received the machines, now the women in the community can earn their own living. Most of the initiatives are free and are offered to all who are in need without discrimination. Shri Radhe Maa is a guru in the Sanatan Hindu tradition. She stands tall as a bhakta who serves God through service to society.  

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Sri Sri Ravi Shankar unveils Auto Raja poster

Ganesh’s forthcoming movie Auto Raja was launched by Sudeep. The film had made news after Kiccha, who had some issues with the Golden Star, graced the occasion and tapped the clap for the muhurat shot. Now, the film is yet again in the news with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar taking part in the poster launch function of Auto Raja. The spiritual guru unveiled the posters earlier today (Wednesday, 20 Feb) and blessed the team at Town Hall, Bangalore. According to the director, the makers of the film have tied up with an auto association’s anniversary function where Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is a special guest and the movie bosses thought that it would be an honour if the spiritual guru launches the poster.

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Shri Radhe Maa is a guru in the Sanatan Hindu tradition

Mamtamai Shri Radhe Maa is not an incarnation of God but a ‘sevika’ of the Almighty.Her message is one of selfless service to the community as an act of bhakti. ShriRadhe Maa also emphasizes the need for surrender to God, humility, truthfulness,self-discipline and self-restraint.

Despite several allegations fabricated to tarnish Shri Radhe Maa’s reputation, she hascontinued to spread the message of love, devotion and service among her devotees.

Shri Radhe Maa’s compassion for uplifting the disadvantaged sections of societycontinues to draw devotees from all walks of life.

Shri Radhe Maa supports initiatives like blood donation drives, free health camps forschool children, and financial support for dialysis and cancer patients.Shri Radhe Maa is an embodiment of a true Sanatan Hindu Guru, a living example of aselfless bhakta who serves God through service to society.

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A divine celebration on Shri Radhe Maa’s Birthday

Devotees of Shri Radhe Maa celebrate her birthday by organizing a Maa Jagdambe Chowki

 

Shri Radhe Maa’s followers are spread across India. The humanitarian ambassador that she is, Radhe Maa with her vision of equal society has inspired millions of people to work towards the betterment of the world. On the eve of 3 rd March, Shri Radhe Maa’s devotees are all set to gather at Kora Kendra Ground at Borivali (W) to celebrate the Hindu Guru’s birthday.

 A huge ‘Maa Bhagwati Chowki’ has been organized on this special day. Shri Radhe Maa will grace the Maa Bhagwati Chowki and give a ‘divya darshan’ to all her devotees, following which she will bless her followers. Popular bhajan singers like Anup Jalota, Sardool Sikander, Ram Shankar and Master Saleem, Anuradha Paudwal and Manoj Tiwari have paid their respects during chowkis held on this day in the past. This year is expected to be no different.

Lakhs of people across the world congregate in Mumbai every year on the day and this year is not expected to be any different. The crowd includes devotees, seva volunteers and media persons. For details of the event log on towww.radhemaa.com or call Sevadar Talli Baba on 9820969020

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RADHE MAA DEVOTEES ORGANISES DARSHAN YATRA FOR HANDICAPS

Shree Radhe Guru Maa’s devotees bring smiles on the faces of physically challenged people while taking them for a Darshan Yatra of khetwadi and Mazgaon Ganpati pandals on September 28, 2012.

The bus trip through the city and the darshan gave them an opportunity to offer their prayers to lord Ganesha. The followers of Shree Radhe Guru Maa had organized special VIP darshan of Ganpati for them. The bus has been provided by Tour India Tours & Travels Pvt. Ltd owned by Anil Garg.
Radhe Guru Maa’s darshans are held every alternate Saturday at the Radhe Maa Bhavan in Borivali(W),Mumbai. All events organised by the Radhe Guru Maa devotees at the Bhavan are free and open to all devotees without exception.
Sanjeev Gupta, MD, Global Advertisers said “We believe in Shree Radhe Guru Maa’a teachings and vision. Radhe Guru Maa encourages ethical living, purity of thought, mind and deed, and a clear commitment to the ideals of Sanatan Hindu Dharma. Our Vastra Daan initiative is the result of Guru Maa ji’s emphasis on serving God through service to society.”Image

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Swami Sivananda

Swami Sivananda was a responsible for promoting the philosophy of Yoga and Vedanta amongst the people of India as well as the world. He was also the founder of the Divine Life Society, apart from being the author of more than 200 books, on Yoga, Vedanta, etc. read on this biography to know more about Swami Sivananda and his life history.

His Early Life 
Swami Sivananda was born as Kuppuswamy on 8th September 1887, in Pattamadai, Tamil Nadu. The third son of his parents, Kuppuswamy displayed great intelligence right from his childhood. While completing his medical studied from Tanjore, he started a medical journal called Ambrosia. After graduating in medicine, he started practicing in Malaysia for a prod of ten years. He always used to treat the poor people free of cost.

As time passed, he started feeling that medicine cured a person only at a superficial level, without even touching their soul. People are affected by problems only at a physical level, but also at the spiritual level. His spiritual quest made him leave Malaysia in 1923 and come back to India.

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Followers of Shri Radhe Maa Contribute to the Community

In keeping with Mamtamai Shri Radhe Maa Ji’s instructions’ to serve God through service to humanity, her devoted followers have conducted various social activities like tree plantation, free oral check-up, distribution of food packets and many more all over India. Shri Radhe Maa Ji motivates her followers to work towards the betterment of the community.

Shri Radhe Maa has always encouraged her followers to serve the ones in need and help the underprivileged. In keeping with her instructions’ to serve God through service to humanity, her devoted followers have conducted various social activities like tree plantation, free oral check-up, distribution of food packets and many more all over India.

“Guru Maa’s blessings give us strength and encourage us to work for the betterment of society” added Mr. Gupta. The camp helped students learn the basics of dental hygiene and emphasized the importance of night brushing, flossing and the need for yearly checkups to maintain oral health. Many such camps are expected in the near future across all schools and institutions in India.

Mr. Gupta added, “Guru Maa’s blessings give us strength and encourage us to work for the betterment of society”. The camp helped students learn the basics of dental hygiene and emphasized the importance of night brushing, flossing and the need for yearly checkups to maintain oral health.

Sevadaars of Shri Radhe Maa also offered packets of cheeses to the children of Bal Bhavan, St Catherine Orphanage, St. Francis D’Assisi as well as devotees distributed free juice boxes to the villages in Punjab which were affected by the extreme summer heat.

Her followers also offered packets of cheeses to the children of of Bal Bhavan, St Catherine Orphanage, St. Francis D’Assisi as well as distributed free juice boxes to the villages in Punjab which were affected by the extreme summer heat. By the divine grace bestowed upon by Shri Radhe Maa, her followers actively contribute to the social and economical development of the community. Many such social activities are lined up for the coming months.

About the Author:

Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa was born in the village of Dorangla in the Gurudaspur district of Punjab, India. She is a spiritual luminary and a guru to thousands of devotees across the globe. Shri Radhe Maa’s teachings emphasize the need for selfless bhakti and for complete surrender to God who is the supreme provider.
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New Delhi and Diwali Celebrations – Things to Look Out For

Delhi is the capital of the Republic of India. It has people from everywhere in India and has an immense cultural vibe which isn’t that easy to find now in the world of today. With cities now becoming giant software hubs and information centres and skyscrapers coming up every single fortnight, Delhi has managed to retain its traditional buzz. In India people refer Delhi as ‘dilwalon ki dilli’ which translates to ‘Delhi belongs to those with big hearts’. People here live an uncompromised life full of grandeur. When it comes to festivals, especially Diwali, there is no other place you would want to be.

In Delhi every day is a festival. Delhiites live everyday as their last. They are never left behind when it comes to having a good time. The view of Delhi during Diwali is like a newly-wed bride on the day of her marriage. In each and every house, diyas and candles can be spotted few days prior to Diwali. The excitement and zeal in the air catches on the whole city like a fire in the wild. Since people from all the states reside in the nation’s capital, you find the Diwali, a mash up of all the various forms of celebrations. Experiencing Diwali in Delhi is like seeing the whole of India at a time. In that case Delhi truly is representative of whole of India.

Delhi is most famous for its street food. During Diwali people take the roads for the ‘chaats’, chhole bhature ‘, sweets and batashe. People simply greet each other with a strong bear hug. The new in the city who just expect a shake of hand can get annoyed but the Delhiites never mind and keep up with their traditional style. The Diwali saga in Delhi begins with Dhanteras. The word ‘discount’ can be seen printed on every little centimetre of space found. Delhiites being the ‘large hearted’ don’t let financial constraints come in their way while buying presents. It is one of the few cities where the schools are on vacation during diwali differing from the pattern prevailing in other parts of India. Dhanteras is followed by chhoti (small) Diwali and badi (bigger) Diwali. The badi Diwali is the big night of celebrations when idols of Lakshmi and Ganesha can be seen everywhere. The crackers are burnt with no mercy to your ears and leave your eyes dazed in amazement.

You can also send people in Diwali, a lot of Diwali cards and greetings and get a warm reply in response.

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Navratri Puja – A Festival of Worship

Navratri  Puja is one of the great ritual performed by the people on the festival of Navratri. This festival exists two times in a year as first time it falls in the months of March-April and second time it is held in October-November. This puja is devoted to Goddess Durga. People involve in performing Navratri Puja for nine days, which is the time period of Navratri festival. In this time period, they do Durga Puja by chanting mantras, singing songs and bhajans in the praise of the deity. Also, through the entire nine days period of this puja, Individuals keep fast that is considered auspicious.

Navratri Puja is also known as Durga Puja and it plays a significant role in the life of each and every individual as it gives them purity and perfection. Moreover, it destroys all the impurities, vices and defects of the devotees. Durga is the overlord of planet Rahu as per the Vedic Astrology and in this manner, her energy neutralizes the negative powers of Rahu. In addition to this, Durga Puja is the best way to cleanse all evil characteristics including hatred, jealousy, ignorance, anger, greed, violence, etc, which can exist at any time in inside and outside of a person. In the auspicious time frame of this puja, people can get the blessings of Ma Durga the Warrior Goddess, Ma Lakshmi the Goddess of Wealth and Ma Saraswati the Goddess of Wisdom, who can together wipe out the demons.

Devotees need to follow some pre defined procedure for Navratri Puja. They have to arrange certain items, which are required to execute this puja. The items include the idol or picture of Goddess Durga, Durga Sapthashati book, water in Kalash (pitcher), fresh washed mango leaves, one coconut, roli (red color for tilak), moli (red sacred thread), chawal (rice), paan (betel leaves), supari (beetle nuts), cloves, cardamom, kumkum (vermilion) and gulal. Along with this, they should have a few incense sticks, a deep and matchstick. In order to get the benefits of this puja, devotees should offer flowers such as rose, lotus and red hibiscus as well as fresh pomegranate and sweets like laddoo and peda, as Prasad.

Individuals start Navratri Puja after taking bath in the morning and by wearing laundered clothes. Then they place mango leaves on kalash of water and put a coconut inside it. After that they tie moli on the neck of the kalash and worship the idol or picture of Ma Durga with the help of roli, rice, flowers, balepatra, kumkum and gulal. The devotees must take care of light as the light should be maintained throughout the entire puja as per the rules. For this purpose, they may add burning coal to a clay pot and pour ghee over it and thereafter, they can offer a small piece of the sweetmeat to the fire along with ghee at regular intervals. Besides, to conclude this puja, they encircle the flame for three times by folding their hands and perform the aarti by singing an arti song.

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