Saturday, March 21, 2015

Mahamaya Nav Durga Shakti Sadhana Mahotsav - Balod (C.G.)

Date: 21, 22 March, 2015

Venue: District Balod, Chattisgarh

Organiser : Balod - Madhusudan Deshmukh 9893465198, Dr. Manju Khoteshwar 9893810250, Devlal Sinha 9009490734, J.L. Verma 9926139280, V.S. Gaur 7697131987,Vijay Sagar 9770620599, Dr. Vidyasagar Khoteshwar 9993537004, Pradeep Sonwani 9302572514, Dr. Maheshwarnath Yogi 9993316290, Chanda Yadav 9669732152, Heerapur - Shekhar Nikhil 8817947345, Basant Tailor 9970163588, Homeshwari Sahu 9893509392, Jeevan Lal Devangan 9907632726, Pritam Sahu 9406377371, Lochan Sahu 7389007134, Kuber Nishad 895950380, Atma Nishad, Balak Sahu 9691849482, Guharam Sahu, Umendra Sahu, Vasudev, Gireshwar Prasad, Omprakash, Hansdev, Homlal Sahu, Dalli Rajhara - Tikeshwar Sonkar 9926744288, Toran Sonkar, Dr. Ashok Thakur 9300642721, Vijay Sahu 9893962099, Suresh, Nutanlal Nikhil 9691690563, R.K. Baande, Dhruv Sahu, Uttam, Ramadhar Nishad, Suresh Rai, Arvind Nath Yogi 9424124038, Tamsingh Parkar, Jagdish Nishad, Rajinder, Dinesh, Bheeshm, Subhash Baghel 7587263878, Sanjeev Gajbhiye, Hemlal Devangan 9993567816, Pawan Sonkar 9893191189, Manoj, Kamal Rawate 9691690844, Uttam Gaur, Harishankar, Phagan Sahu 9755298212, Jhalmala - Ramji Sahu, Kohangatola - Tamanlal Sinha, Ramesh Kumar Sinha, Paragaon - Tularam Patel, Nevarikala - Santosh Sonkar, Mannulal Mahadev, Chauki - Dr. Kashyap, Manturam, Bajpayee Ji, Pawan Sinha, Peeparchedi - S.R. Kalyani, Hemant Kamade, Pushkar Kalyani, Thanasingh Sahu, Kanhaiya Kalyani, Shrawan Thakur, Krishna Sahu, Armarikala - Amrit Soni, Baseen - T.R. Nishaad, Virender Sanhanda, Kanwar - Demunlal, Khundani - Mahender Sanga, Arkaar - Parameshwar Sahu, Neelkanth Chaudhary, Gagoripar - Sajjan Singh Nishad, Dhaneli - Dharam Sahu, Chandrahas, Kharthuli - Jitender Sahu, Parastarai - Toran Sahu, Bhothali - Bisahuram Sahu, Dupchera - Homchandra, Santosh, Gurur - T.R. Sahu 7869438427, Borvahi - Suresh Netam, Dadhari - Domendra Sahu, Tilak Sahu, Phagundah - Gopalsingh Chandrakar, Dhamtari - Shail Chabbara, Rajkamal Sharma, Salik Ram Gajpal, Bharat Sahu, Chitaud - Pritam Singh Rajak, Rajinder Sinha, Demar - Sheetkumar Sahu 9827488462, Tokesh Patel, Rajinder Manipal, Durg - Sonia Nikhil 9300895168, Badgaon - Ashok Patel, Manoj Dubey, Chintu Sahu, Audar Sakari - Shyanani Sahu, Jitender Kumar, Lavan Kumar Ravet, Sevakram Devangan, Gotatola - Ashok Kumar, Malidhori - Rudresh Kumar, Meekhamdhankar, Arjunda - Chandraprakash Dewan, Kavita Sahu, Raghuveer Chandrakar, Tikari - Dinesh Kumar Devangan, Krishanram Patawa, Dhaurobhat - Panchram Vishwakarma, Dalaram Thakur, Surajram Thakur, Roman Patel, Dev Singh Patel, Ghotiya - Tulsiram Nishad, Dhumka - Parasuram Sahu, Chikhali - Ramesh Sahu, Belaudi- Shailender Parekar


Friday, March 20, 2015

Navdurga Asht Siddhi Diksha Mahotsav - Kailash Siddhashram (Delhi)

Date: 20, 24, 25, 26, 27 March, 2015
               
Venue: Kailash Narayan Dham, E-1077, Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, New Delhi-110034

Phone : 011-27011676, 09013859760, 09560771209



Saturday, March 14, 2015

Ramalay Vijayshree Shiv Lakshmi Sadhana Mahotsav - Rameshwaram (Tamil Nadu)

Date: 14, 15 March, 2015

Venue: Satsang Bhawan, Goswami Mutt - 2, Near Sita Tirth, RAMESHWARAM (Tamil Nadu)


Organiser: Chennai - Vishwanath 9791039300, Bharath 9840023152, Murali 9176606736, Balaji R. 9940149090, Balaji S. 9789090679, Jaygeet Gopal 9176671700, Seenu 9381015917, Sheeba 9940031001, Ram Prabhu 9941990586, Ganesh M. 9902394000, Shreedharan 9500177176, Bengaluru - Chandaran Damodaran 9845041395, Arool 9886701768, Daiba Jani 78909010, Hyderabad - Ishwar Rajo 9246530369, Parth Sarathi 8125516292, Ramanna 8498066555, Satish 9866074772, Akola - Manish Mohan Lal Kanojiya 8888116747, Sambalpur - Dr. Sameer Naik 9861059324




Rameshwaram Jyotirling

Date: 14, 15 March, 2015

Venue: Satsang Bhawan, Goswami Mutt - 2, Near Sita Tirth, RAMESHWARAM (Tamil Nadu)

Rameshwaram Jyotirling - Ramanatha Swami - Lord of God Ram


A land of penance, devotion and the holiest Hindu pilgrimage
A place where great personalities like Rama, Krishna, Parshurama, Agasta, Arjuna etc. performed their penance.

Just as certain limbs of the body are purer than others, so are certain places on earth more sacred - some on account of their situations, some because of sparkling waters and others because of the association or habitation of saintly people.

The four pilgrimage sites (char dhaams) are also the sacred place among those few sacred places and are considered to be the favorite abodes of Lord Vishnu on earth. The four pilgrimages (tirthas) of the Char Dhaams are set at the cardinal points of the Indian subcontinent. In the North, the dhaam of Badrinath is in the Himalayas, in the West, Dwarka stands by the Arabian Sea; in the South Rameshwaram is an island at the point where the Indian Ocean touches the Indian shores. All four have temples dedicated to either Vishnu or to one of his incarnations. Badrinath is a Vishnu temple, Dwarka worships Lord Krishna, Puri is the tirtha of Krishna as Jagannatha and Rameshwaram has temples dedicated to Lord Rama.

In Rameshwaram stands the Ramanathaswamy Temple dedicated to Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Vishnu and is one of the jewels of Dravidian temple architecture. Rameshwaram is an island along the Coromandel Coast of Tamil Nadu. It is located in the Ramnad District and the nearest town on the mainland is Ramanathapuram. Rameshwaram is the Southern most pilgrimage (Dhaam) of Lord Vishnu. This sacred island is located at the southern-most tip of the Indian peninsula and it is the place where the Indian Ocean touches the Indian subcontinent. Many pilgrimages in India are situated at the confluence of various rivers like Prayagraj in Allahabad at the confluence at Ganga and Yamuna, DevPrayag at the confluence of Bhagirathi and Alaknanda etc. What is unique about Rameshwaram is that like many pilgrimage, the island is also at the confluence but this time of oceans instead of rivers. Like all the dhaams, Rameshwaram too is connected to Vishnu, in this case through his Seventh incarnation of Rama. Rameshwaram is an island in the Gulf of Mannar in the Bay of Bengal and Sri Lanka is just across the bay. This island is shaped like a conch and the devout believe it resembles the panchjanya shankha that Lord Vishnu holds in his hand.

Rameshwaram is very pious place and interestingly the earliest mention of this place is found in Buddhists texts. It says that Emperor Ashoka came to Rameshwaram on a pilgrimage. In Mahabharata, this place has been mentioned as the greatest pilgrimage of the land. It is also true that during the period of his penance, Arjuna visited various pilgrimages of Southern part of India and Rameshwaram was one of those. Some Puranas mentioned that Balarama, the elder brother of Lord Krishna while on a pilgrimage to the South, visited Venkatagiri, Madurai and had a bath in the sea at the Setu. Legends say that Rameshwaram was visited by sages like Agastya,Dharmaraja and Parshurama.

Wandering around the temple precincts, one can discover some exquisite works of sculpture on the walls and pillars. The temple sings to the glories of Shiva and all across the complex there are innumerable depictions of the various forms of God. These icons reflect many aspects of this volatile, moody and many faceted deity, depicted in the saumya, roudra and shanta forms - his moods of gentleness, anger and serenity.

Here He is Nataraja, the Lord of the Dance, as he dances the tandava in an aureole of flames. He is the unification of purusha and prakriti as half Shiva and half Parvati in the Ardhanarisvara aspect. As the angry Tripurantaka, He is the warrior holding a tall bow, who destroyed three demon cities with just a single arrow. As the serene Dakshinamurti, Shiva is the cosmic teacher. He sits under the peepal tree facing South, surrounded by sages listening to his wise words.

As the handsome Chandrashekhara, Shiva wears the crescent moon on his brow. As Hari Hara He is half Shiva and half Vishnu. As Bhikshatana, the great yogi is in the compassionate aspect of an ascetic sadhu. As the angry Bhairava, He is the fierce God who beheaded Daksha. As Somaskanda He is the king of Gods, seated in a royal dress with His wife Parvati and son Skanda or Kartikeya beside Him. Similarly, there are carvings of many aspects of Vishnu and Devi in various sections of the complex.

All these traits of Lord Shiva are essential for every human being. Lord Shiva is the only God who lives a perfect householder's life. His family is complete with his wife Goddess Parvati and two sons Kartikeya and Ganesha. He is the God who can grant any boon yet He Himself lives happily in graveyard. He is accompanied by various ghosts, He wears venomous snakes around His neck, He just wears a lion cloth though all the worldly pleasures remains at His feet. When He is angry, no one dares to stand before Him and when He is in a joyful mood, He can bestow any boon to His devotees. When He is in an overjoyed mood, He dances as Nataraja, the creator of dance. When He is in utter anger, His dance is good enough to demolish this entire universe.

The Chandrashekhara form of Lord Shiva gives beauty to every man and when worshiped with His other half, they bestow a blessed family life. In the Bhairava form, He is the savior of all His devotees and drives away their enemies. As Vaidyanatha, He cures all the diseases of any person. And when worshipped as Ramanatha, He even abolishes the sins of His devotees.

Who doesn't wish to live a blessed life, who doesn't want to live a peaceful life? However all this can happen only by the grace of Lord Shiva and Guru. To achieve such a divinity in life, to achieve a state where no one can harm us, to achieve a state where we remain calm and peaceful in any circumstances, it is necessary to seek the blessings of the Divine Guru, who Himself is a form of Lord Shiva.

Blessed would be those who are going to be a part of this shivir and who would perform various divine activities under the guidance of Gurudev on this holy land. All those who wish to make their life worthy, all those who are keen to make their life better, all those who wish to make their mark in history would surely come and participate in this great event.

Gurudevji is early waiting to meet all of us and to guide us like Lord Shiva. We pray to Gurudev that may this Rameshwaram shivir fulfill all our desires, remove hurdles and pains from our life, eradicate poverty from our lives, give us health and relieve us from all the sins. As a disciple all we can do is to reach near You and surrender ourselves in your holy feet....




Rameshwaram Dhanpradata Shiv-Gouri Sadhana Mahotsav - RAMESHWARAM

Date: 14, 15 March, 2015

Venue: Satsang Bhawan, Goswami Mutt - 2, Near Sita Tirth, RAMESHWARAM (Tamil Nadu)

Dwadasa Jyotirling Stuti:



Rameshwaram Holiest Pilgrimage
Rameshwaram shrine is one of the holiest pilgrims of Hindus and is among the Char Dhaams (four divine sites) comprising of Badrinath, Puri, Dwarka and Rameshwaram. Rameshwaram is an island, which is in the shape of a conch. Its importance has been mentioned in the Skandha Purana and Shivapurana. Ramanathaswamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and it is the temple with the longest corridor among all Hindu temples in India. It enjoys reverence akin to Banaras. It is believed that one can’t attain ‘nirvaan’ without a visit to this place. Mythologically, this is the place where Lord Ram worshipped Lord Shiva to cleanse away the sin of killing Ravana (Ravana was a Brahmin and killing a Brahmin is considered a sin). Rameshwaram is therefore a holy pilgrimage for Vaishnavites and Shaivites alike. This temple is one of the holiest Hindu temples.

Spiritual Significance – Rameshwaram
If one lies down on bank and sticks the sand on the body, the number of as many sand particles would absolve as many Brahmahatya (killing a Brahmin) sins. The touch of the wind on one’s body from the mid-banks of Setu would pardon ten thousand ‘Surapanaas’(drinking alcohol). One can take an oath on behalf of someone and then taking a dip in the sacred water will relieve a person of all his sins.

Historical Significance – Rameshwaram
Following king Dasharatha’s wish, Lord Shri Ram, Devi Sita and Lakshman consigned themselves to the Dandakaranya forest for fourteen years. When residing at a hermitage in Panchavati, the demon king Ravana tricked and abducted Devi Sita. He held her captive in Ashokavana in Lanka – the present day Srilanka. Rama and Lakshmana reached Kishkindha in search of Devi Sita, where they made Hanuman and Sugriva as their friends. The latter was helped by Rama to kill Bali and made him the king of Kishkindha. A huge search for Devi Sita was organized by the vaanaras in which Hanuman having reached southern seashore at Rameshwaram, jumped across the ocean, and met Devi Sita at Ashokavana. After finding Devi Sita in captivity in a garden, Hanuman reveals his identity to her, reassures her that Lord Rama has been looking for her, and uplifted her spirits. Hanuman returned back to Rama and gave the news of Sita’s whereabouts. Rama, Lakshmana, Sugriva, Hanuman, Jambavan and other great warriors of vaanaras reached the seashore of Rameshwaram.

Rama prayed to Samudra Deva (God of Ocean) for three days but grew angry since he did not respond. As Rama took his bow and arrow to punish Samudra Deva, Samudra Deva appeared and agreed to help Rama. Nala constructed a bridge using stones and boulders across the ocean. Thus commenced the ‘Setu Bandhan’ with the help of any material including trees, plants, flowers, and even grass thrown into the deep waters by Nala and soon enough a remarkable bridge was planned right across the Ocean. Lord Shri Rama determined an excellent ‘muhurat’(auspicious time) for Ganesh Puja and Maheshwara Puja at the Devipatnam Nagar. The Setubandhan mantra recited by all those involved in the building of it is as follows:

Raghuvira padanyasa Pavitrikruta Pamsavey,
Dasakantha siraccheda hetavey Setavey
Namah Ketavey Ramachandrasya moksha
Maargonka hetavey, Sitaayaa maanasambhoja
Bhaanavey Setava namah

This Place has become sacred with the dust of Shri Ram’s feet; this Setu is the one being constructed to devastate the ten heads of Ravanasura; this is the Ketu (dhwaja or flag symbol) being built as the proof of ‘Moksha Sadhana’or the Route to Salvation, Shri Rama’s universal distinction and Devi Sita’s happiness like the opening of her lotus like heart with Surya Deva’s high radiance. Our greetings to this immortal Setu!

Starting the task of Setu Bandhan, the construction was accomplished within five days. Rameshwaram Maha Linga is the most hallowed Parameshwara linga established by Lord Rama and Devi Sita for the twin reasons of freeing them from sins of brahma hatya dosha (killing Ravana) and also to show their gratitude and veneration to Mahadeva.

In consultation with Maha Munis, Lord Rama decided to consecrate Rameshwara Linga at the most auspicious ‘Muhurat’ and requested Hanuman to bring the Linga from Mahadeva at Kailash Mountain. Hanuman raced to Kailasa by the sky route in a second time but could not secure Shiva Darshan fast and had to meditate Mahadeva for days together. Finally, Mahadeva blessed Rameshwara Linga and without loss of time Hanuman came back to Rameshwaram. However Hanuman could not arrive before the auspicious muhurat and hence Devi Sita prepared a Shiva Linga out of the ocean sand. Lord Rama established the sand linga by performing abhisheks amid recitals of vedas and other appropriate mantras by the holy waters from Koti Tirtha. In order that Hanuman should not feel disappointed, Shri Rama placed Hanumadiswara Linga and announced that devotees should have to see this Linga even before they worship Rameshwar Linga.

Rameshwaram Temple and other places of Interest
The Rameshwaram temple was built by many kings and is very famous for its sculptural beauty. The third corridor is the longest corridor in the world. Twenty two different tirthas are present inside the temple. Each of these tirthas is fresh water spring near to an ocean bed which in itself is a miracle.
There are total 22 tirthas (wells) in this temple and it is believed that taking a bath from the water of these wells helps one to get rid of all the sins as well as diseases in life. The most important ones are Chakra Tirtha, Betala Varada Tirtha and Paapavinashana Tirtha. Then there are Sitasarovar Tirtha, Mangala Tirtha and Amritavaapika, Brahmakund, Hanumankund, Agasthya Tirtha, Rama Tirtha, Lakshmana Tirtha, Jaya Tirtha, Lakshmi Tirtha, Agni Tirtha, Chakra Tirtha, Shiva Tirtha, Shankha Tirtha, Yamuna Tirtha, Ganga Tirtha, Gaya Tirtha, Koti Tirtha, Saadhyamrita Tirtha, Maanasa Tirtha and Dhanushkodi Tirtha.

Rules of Attending this Shivir
  1. Various spiritual activities will be performed on 14th March 2015 under the guidance of Gurudev after completion of Aarti on Rameshwaram Shivghat which lies on the bank of Indian Ocean.
  2. Swa Rudrabhisheka will be performed on 15th March 2015 to eradicate poverty, illness, untimely death consequences and misfortunes from the life.
  3. Yoga, pranayama, mantra recitation, sadhana, bhajans etc. will be performed daily.
  4. You should make sure that instead of roaming around after the Shivir, you should go back directly to home on the morning of 16th March, 2015 and recite the Mantra provided by Gurudev for getting the best results of your Sadhanas or Diksha.
  5. Registration cost of the Shivir is Rs. 5100/- (Rupees Five Thousand One Hundred Only). You can deposit this amount by yourself in account number 31763681638 in the name of Pracheen Mantra Yantra Vigyan, State Bank of India, U.I.T., Jodhpur account.
  6. If amount is directly deposited in the account, then it is advisable to send the PAY IN SLIP to Jodhpur Office or if the transfer is made online, then you can forward the amount transfer SMS.
  7. Please contact the Jodhpur office on the following landline numbers 0291-2517025, 0291-2517028 or on mobile numbers 07568939648 or 08769442398 for more details regarding the Shivir.
  8. Lodging and food arrangements will be made for registered disciples only. Lodging will be provided in DORMITORY / HALL only.
  9. Mothers / sisters / daughters should not come alone.
  10. It is also recommended that only physically fit person should attend this Shivir.
  11. It is necessary to reach Rameshwaram by 14th March 2015 morning.

All Major City connected by train to Madurai & Rameshwaram.

As mentioned above, Rameshwaram is one of the most holy pilgrimages of the Hindus and it is also said that one who visits this place get rid of all the sins. Without any doubt, it is also true that only a fortunate person can get Dikshas or Sadhanas on such holy land. It is our good fortune that we are getting such a golden opportunity in life to go to such a divine land under the guidance of Sadgurudev and we should grab this opportunity with our both hands.

Each registered Sadhak will be initiated by Gurudev Shri Kailash Chandra Shrimali with Shakshi Vinayak Diksha and Kaalbhairav Shaktipaat Diksha. To get completeness, prosperity, opulence, Hawan, Pujan, Rudraabhishek, Darshan at RAMESHWARAM JYOTIRLINGAM, Holy bath at 22 Kunds (Wells) is also organised.




Wednesday, March 11, 2015

21st April 2015 - Akshaya Tritiya Divas

21 April 2015 – Akshaya Tritiya Divas – When the whole day is auspicious for getting success in any sadhana

Akshay Tritiya is symbolized by God Vishnu, the preserver God in the Hindu Trinity. It was the day when Vyasa started writing the history of great Mahabharat war. According to Hindu mythology, on this day the Treta Yuga began and the river Ganges, the most sacred river of India, descended to the earth from the heaven. It was on this day that Goddess Annapoorna was born. Kubera received his wealth and position as custodian of wealth and property with Goddess Lakshmi on this day by praying to Lord Shiva. Lakshmi Tantram says that even Kubera prays to Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and consort of Vishnu, on Akshay Tritiya.

It is traditionally observed as the birthday of Prashurama, the sixth incarnation of God Vishnu. Yudhishtira received the Akshaya patra, which he used to serve food for all the needy ones in his kingdom. It was on this day that poor Sudama, the best friend of Krishna visited Him (Lord Krishna) to greet Him after He became the King. With nothing to offer, Sudama takes with him puffed rice and offered it to his friend and never discussed his poverty though he intended to. On his return he found his hut changed to a palace.

It was on this day only that Dushasana, Duryodhana’s brother, unveils Draupadi at the royal court where Krishna protected her providing the ‘unending’ veil. In more recent history, Adi Shankara recited the Kanaka Dhara Strotra on this day for the sake of the poor couple at whose house he stopped for offering and was offered their only available gooseberry.

A dip in the river Ganges on this day is considered to be very auspicious. The Vedic scriptures say that knowledge gained or charity done on Akshaya Tritiya is very fruitful. It is considered to be a very lucky day to start new business or venture. Many people buy gold or property on this day. Fasts are kept on this day and worships are performed.

Followers of the Jain religion consider Akshaya Tritiya to be a holy and supremely auspicious day. It is associated with Lord Adinath, also known as Rishabhadeva, first of the twenty-four Tirthankaras. Lord Rishabhadeva meditated without any food and water for six months and after that set out to accept food. He was the first monk of that era. Jain monks, do not own anything. They do not even cook food for themselves. When hungry or thirsty, they set out to accept ahara. They do not ask for it and accept it where it is offered. Tirthankara Rishabhadeva went to people to accept food. However, the people of that time did not know anything about the lives and disciplines of monks, as he was the first monk of the era. The people of Ayodhya offered him gold, jewellery, gemstones, elephants, horses, expensive garments and even their daughters to honor their beloved king.

But Rishabhadeva was not in search of these things. He sought only a morsel of food, but nobody offered it to him. Nobody understood that their king was looking for food, to ensure that the monks who would come after him get food and water in the purest form; he needed to lead an ascetic life. As there was no choice, he had to fast for one year until King Shreyansa understood his need due to his divine knowledge. Shreyansa Kumar offered him sugarcane juice and thus Rishabhadeva ended his fast. This was on the day of Akshaya Tritiya. Hence, sugarcane juice is considered by Jains to be one of the best offerings.

Akshaya Tritiya, owing to all these great events is thus considered as one of the most sacred days of the year. It is further believed that religious gifts bestowed on Akshaya Tritiya become inexhaustible. Jains today observe a fast to commemorate their first Tirthankara Rishabhadeva on Akshaya Tritiya and end their fast with sugarcane juice.

In the ancient texts it is also mentioned that if someone perform any mantra sadhana or recitation, then the person gets the full benefit of each and every recitation. This day remains energized throughout the day for complete 24 hours and thus the entire day is beneficial for performing sadhana. There is no restriction of any type and any sadhana can be performed on this day. Presented below, are four very powerful sadhanas related to various sects of a human’s life and are thus recommended for everyone.

Akshaya Lakshami Sadhana
(For inexhaustible wealth)

The unanimous answer for the basis of life in present world is wealth. The reason for this is that without it, life becomes a long tale of misery and sufferings. Not just for the family man, wealth is equally important for an ascetic. In fact, the Yogis who strive selflessly for bettering the lives of others, might need more wealth than the family man, for building temples, hospitals and for other charitable purposes.

Hence wealth is the key to success and happiness in life, provided that it is used for noble causes. If one lacks wealth in life, if there is a scarcity of resources then utter frustration, hopelessness, poverty and despair sets in. The Goddess of wealth is Lakshmi and to enchant her in one’s life is not so easy. This is because Lakshmi remains permanently at a place only if there is sacredness, intelligence, patience and activeness ruling over the place.

There can be no better way of making these attributes a permanent part of your home than accomplishing Akshaya Lakshmi Sadhana, that too on this auspicious day. There are thousands of Sadhanas for gaining wealth that have appeared in the ancient scriptures but presented below is a very powerful and rare sadhana, which if performed on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya, not just makes a person rich but intelligent too.

Sadhana Articles: Five Laghu Supari, Jwalamalini Yantra and Akshaya Rosary.    

Sadhana Procedure: Have a bath, wear pure white clothes and sit facing South on a white mat. Cover a wooden seat with white cloth. Draw a star with six edges with vermillion on the cloth. This can be created by drawing two triangles one above the other, each pointing to opposite direction. Now place the five Laghu Supari on each of the vertices of the star. Place the Jwalamalini Yantra in the centre of the star. Also place a picture of Sadgurudev. Offer vermillion, rice, flower petals on the picture and light a mustard oil lamp. It is advisable to use a big lamp so that all the Suparis remain immersed in oil.
Then offer prayers to the Guru and chant one round of Guru Mantra. Take water in the right palm and then speak out thus – I (speak out your name) am performing this Sadhana for gaining wealth and intelligence and for giving Goddess Lakshmi a permanent place in my house.

Now drop the water onto the floor. Next chant just three (3) rounds of the following mantra wit Akshaya rosary.

Mantra
Om Akshaya Lakshmyai Siddhim Dehi Pratyaksham Bhav Namo Hoom
|| ॐ अक्षय लक्षम्यै सिद्धिं देहि प्रत्यक्षं भव णमो हूं ||

Blow away the flame after chanting the mantra. Take out four Suparis and throw them in four directions outside from your house. Then tie the remaining Supari and other Sadhana articles in the white cloth and bury this bundle in your house or place the bundle in your safe.

Sadhana Articles:   Rs. 470/-

Akshaya Swaastha Sadhana
(For a perfect health)

To overcome all hurdles, all adversaries, one needs the decisive strength of divine power with the help of which even the worst phases of life can be easily crossed over. One might well succeed in warding off the attacks coming from expected sources, but many catch ones from unknown and unaware sources leaving them struggling to keep life going on smoothly. Even if one is equipped with a daring spirit, one can possible take on at most two or three foes at a moment. A series of attack coming from scores of sources instead of proving to be a healthy competition could mean loss of precious time, energy and money and even health in life.

Life becomes fraught with worries, constant fears, ill health and loss of wealth due to such negative influences in life. In such situations, especially when no amount of wise counselling is available, there is no other choice than seeking divine help.  Sadhanas alone can help one overcome such persistent foes, for Vedic rituals are a wonderful source of Shakti or divine power which not just instils physical strength and stamina, rather also strengthens one mentally and spiritually. One should perform this sadhana if he is left hopeless in life, is surrounded by enemies or is living a life full of misery.

Sadhana Articles: Shakti Yantra

Sadhana Procedure: Wear a red cloth and sit on a red mat facing South. Cover a wooden plank with red cloth and place Shakti Yantra on it. Worship the Yantra and light a ghee lamp. Now chant the following mantra for 40 (forty) minutes fixing your gaze on the yantra.

Mantra
Om Kreem Kaali Udhrvoditaayai Om Phat
|| ॐ क्रीं  कालि ऊध्र्वोदितायै  ॐ फट् ||

Drop the yantra in a water body after the sadhana. This completes the sadhana procedure and the person starts getting all sorts of favourable circumstances in life.

Sadhana Articles:  Rs. 250/-

Akshaya Saubhaagya Sadhana
(For an infrangible fortune)

Every married woman in this world wishes to remain in her wifehood throughout her life. It is true that even a man wishes the same for himself, but it really is a truth that very few woman are fortunate to be blessed with such a fortune. This sadhana can also be performed by a married woman for the good health of her sick husband or if he is entangled in some problematic situation, which can be life threatening. This sadhana ensures good health for her husband and safeguards him from any peril. Presented below is the sadhana, which if performed with full devotion on this day, can bestow such a fortune upon any married woman.

Sadhana Articles: Saubhaagya Varjavrata Rinni Yantra and Saubhaagya Rosary

Sadhana Procedure: Get up early in the morning and take a bath. Get into clean white clothes and sit on a white mat facing East. Take 100 grams of red lead (sindoor) in a box and place the yantra on it. Now make a mark with saffron on the yantra. Light a ghee lamp and an incense stick. Next chant 5 rounds of the mantra below with the rosary.

Mantra
Om Hreem Mahaadevataayai Mahaayakshinyai Mama Akhanda Saubhaagyam Dehi Dehi Namah
|| ॐ ह्रीं महादेवतायै महायक्षिण्यै मम अखण्ड सौभाग्य देहि देहि नमः ||

Offer the yantra, rosary along with the box of red lead to a tulsi plant grown within a temple premises after the sadhana on the same day. Accomplishing this ensures that such a woman continue to live a fortunate life and her wifehood continue throughout her life.


Sadhana Articles: Rs. 450/- 

For more details please contact –

Pracheen Mantra Yantra Vigyan, Jodhpur
1-C, Panchavati Colony, 
In Front of N.C.C. Ground, 
Ratanada, Jodhpur – 342001(Rajasthan)
Phone - 0291-2517025, 0291-2517028
Mobile - 07568939648, 08769442398

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Durgati Vinashak Ganpati Shakti Diksha Mahotsav - Dadar (West)

Date: 8 March, 2015

Venue: Brahmin Sewa Mandal, Bhawani Shankar Road, Near Kabutar Khana, Dadar (West), Mumbai (at a distance of only 2 minutes from Dadar Station)

Organiser: Vrindavan Gupta 09819053360, R.S. Rathore 9224903539, Ravi Salve 9224415429, Santosh 9321339369, Prarabdha Manjrekar 9819178778, Sushila 9029039332, Sudhir Sethiya, Ratnakar 8938657425, Chandrakant Mishra 9989660729, Nagsen 986721153, Jaiprakash Pal 9769827255, Bunty 98290568805, Natu Bhai 9320090040, Tulsi Mehto 9967163865, Hansraj 9769026451, Bapu Kamble 9619605053, Sailesh Joshi 9323775717, Sunil Singh 9987550857, Buddhiram Pandey 9819000414



Saturday, March 7, 2015

Nutan Jeevan Nirman Sadhana Mahotsav - Kalyan (West)

Date: 7 March, 2015

Venue: B-401, Devdarshan, Adeshwar Park, Near Fortis / Wokhard Hospital, Kalyan Sheel Road, Kalyan (West), Mumbai ( at a distance of only 10 minutes from Kalyan Station)

Organiser: Snehlata Behan 09321473730, Dinesh 9323139860, Anil Kumbhare 9819927898, Dr. Ravindra 9833514917, Tara 8767661887, Dr. Pathak 9423369984, Yogita 9326116161, Abha 749826479, Vijesh 9764641638, Vilaas Patil 9967913877, Kajal Jagyaasi 9324535295, Roshan 9987560823, Vipul 9673211595, Vinod Nihlaani 9326032196