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Friday, April 3, 2015

Hanuman Jayanti=2015=4 th APRIL

Hanuman Jayanti=2015=4 th APRIL


HanumanJayanti is a hindu festival celebrated all over India to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanuman. He was born to (Wind-God) Kesari and Anjani. According to legends he was born as a monkey god to serve Parmatama Lord Ram.
A Brief Background

Hanumanji was given birth after a number of divine events. Anjani performed penance and Lord Shiva was pleased, so blessed her.He was granted a son after Vayu, the Wing God also blessed him. 

Lord Hanuman was born on the chaitra Shukla Purnima(Full moon day on the Hindu Calendar Month of Chaitra). Also called by the names, Maruti, Pavanputra, Bajrangbali and Mahavira.
Specialities of Hanuman
In most Hanuman mandirs, Lord Hanuman is worshiped either along with Lord Ram or seperately in temples.Also known as an avatara of Lord Rama, he is considered the God of power (Maruti).He was a brahmachari or celebate. Hanuman became a legend mainly for his unflinching devotion and loyalty for Paramatma Lord Ram. 

He was an ideal karma yogi for his fearless, selfless service, humility and devotion for Lord Ram.Lord Hanuman is the only deity that cannot be troubled by negative energies.

Priests bathe the idol of Hanuman and smear it with oil and sindoor. Special prayers are held and Hanuman Chalisa is also recited by his devotees. This festival is more important among brahmacharis, body builders and wrestlers. Spiritual discourses are held on this day from dawn and prasads are distributed only after sunset. Saturday and Tuesday are considered as auspicious days to worship Lord Hanuman.Hanumanji is considered as a symbol of strength and energy. Lord Ram is rememberedand prayed on this day.
What is hanuman”s original name?
Scholars argue that immediately after the birth of Hanuman his mother Anjana named him Sunder(handsome boy) as he was extremely charming owing to the Divine Power imbibed in him. In support of this supposition a number or scholars say that the fifth chapter of the Ramcharitmanas which abounds in great and glorious deeds of Hanuman has been entitled as Sunder Kand (so also in Valmiki  Ramayana).                
Anjaneya: Son of Anjana
Anjanagarbhasambhoota: Born of Anjani
Ashokavanikachhetre: Destroyer of Ashoka Grove
Akshahantre: Slayer of Aksha
Balarka Sadrushanana: Like the Rising Sun
Bheemasenasahayakrute: Helper of Bheema
Batnasiddhikara: Granter of Strength
Bhakthavatsala: Protector of Devotees
Bajrangbali: With strength of diamod
Bhavishya Chaturanana: Aware of Future Happenings
Chanchaladwala: Glittering Tail Suspended Above The Head.
Chiranjeevini: Eternal Being
Chaturbahave: Four-Armed
Dashabahave: Ten-Armed
Danta: Calm
Dheera: Valiant
Deenabandhave: Protector of the Downtrodden
Daithyakulantaka: Destroyer of Demons
Daityakarya Vidhyataka: Destroyer of All Demons” Activities
Dhruddavrata: Strong-Willed Meditator.
Dashagreevakulantaka: Slayer of the Ten-Headed Ravana Race
Gandharvavidya Tatvangna: Exponent in the Art of Celestials
Gandhamadhana Shailastha: Dweller of Gandhamadhana
Hanumanta: Puffy Cheeks
Indrajit Prahitamoghabrahmastra Vinivaraka: Remover of the Effect of Indrajit”s Brahmastra
Jambavatpreeti Vardhana: Winning Jambavan”s Love
JaiKapeesh: Hail Monkey
Kapeeshwara: Lord of Monkeys
Kabalikruta: Swallower of the Sun
Kapisenanayaka: Chief of the Monkey Army
Kumarabrahmacharine: Youthful Bachelor
Kesarinandan: Son of Kesari
Kesarisuta: Son of Kesari
Kalanemi Pramathana: Slayer of Kalanemi
Harimarkatamarkata: Lord of Monkeys
Karagrahavimoktre: One who Frees from Imprisonment
Kalanabha: Controller of Time
Kanchanabha: Golden-Hued Body
Kamaroopine: Changing Form at Will
Lankineebhanjana: Slayer of Lankini
Lakshmanapranadatre: Reviver of Lakshmana”s Life
Lankapuravidahaka: He Who Burnt Lanka
Lokapujya: Worshipped by the Universe
Maruti:Son of Marut (wind god)
Mahadhyuta: Most Radiant
Mahakaya: Gigantic
Manojavaya: Speed Like Wind
Mahatmane: Supreme Being
Mahavira: Most Valiant
Marutatmaja: Most Beloved Like Gems
Mahabala Parakrama: Of Great Strength
Mahatejase: Most Radiant
Maharavanamardana: Slayer of the Famous Ravana
Mahatapase: Great Meditator
Navavyakruti Pandita: Skilful Scholar
Parthadhwajagrasamvasine: Having Foremost Place on Arjuna”s Flag
Pragnya: Scholar
Prasannatmane: Cheerful
Pratapavate: Known for Valour
Paravidhyaparihara: Destroyer of Enemies Wisdom
Parashaurya Vinashana: Destroyer of Enemy”s Valour
Parijata Tarumoolastha: Resider Under the Parijata Tree
Prabhave: Popular Lord
Paramantra Nirakartre: Acceptor of Rama”s Mantra Only
Pingalaksha: Pink-Eyed
Pavanputra: Son of Wind god
Panchavaktra: Five-Faced
Parayantra Prabhedaka: Destroyer of Enemies” Missions
Ramasugreeva Sandhatre: Mediator between Rama and Sugreeva
Ramakathalolaya: Crazy of listening Rama”s Story
Ratnakundala Deeptimate: Wearing Gem-Studded Earrings
Rudraveerya Samudbhava: Born of Shiva
Ramachudamaniprada: Deliverer of Rama”s Ring
Ramabhakta: Devoted to Rama
Ramadhuta: Ambassador of Rama
Rakshovidhwansakaraka: Slayer of Demons
Sankatamoc-hanan:  Reliever of sorrows
Sitadevi Mudrapradayaka: Deliverer of the Ring of Sita
Sarvamayavibhanjana: Destroyer of All Illsions
Sarvabandha Vimoktre: Detacher of all Relationship
Sarvagraha Nivashinay: Killer of Evil Effects of Planets
Sarvaduhkhahara: Reliever of all Agonies
Sarvalolkacharine: Wanderer of all Places
Sarvamantra Swaroopavate: Possessor of all Hymns

Sarvatantra Sawaroopine: Shape of all Hymns
Sarvayantratmaka: Dweller in all Yantras
Sarvarogahara: Reliever of all Ailments
Sarvavidhyasampath Pradayaka: Granter of Knowledge and Wisdom
Shrunkalabandhamoc-haka: Reliever from a Chain of Distresses
Sitashoka Nivarana: Destroyer of Sita”s Sorrow
Shrimate: Revered
Simhikaprana Bhanjana: Slayer of Simhika
Sugreeva Sachiva: Minister of Sugreeva
Shoora: Bold
Surarchita: Worshipped by Celestials
Sphatikabha: Crystal-Clear
Sanjeevananagahatre: Bearer of Sanjeevi Mount
Shuchaye: Chaste
Shanta: Very Composed
Shatakanttamadapahate: Destroyer of Shatakantta”s Arrogance
Sitanveshana Pandita: Skilful in finding Sita”s Whereabouts
Sharapanjarabhedaka: Destroyer of the Nest made of Arrows
Sitaramapadaseva: Always Engrossed in Rama”s Service
Sagarotharaka: Leapt Across the Ocean

Tatvagyanaprada: Granter of Wisdom
Vanara: Monkey
Vibheeshanapriyakara: Beloved of Vibheeshana
Vajrakaya: Sturdy Like Metal
Vardhimainakapujita: Worshipped by Mynaka Hill
Vagmine: Spolesman
Vijitendriya: Controller of the Senses
Vajranakha: Strong-Nailed
Vagadheeksha: Lord of Spokesmen
Yogine: Saint






Thursday, April 2, 2015

Good Friday

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Good Friday 
This is the day He suffered,
This is the day He died,
The day that He was martyred,
The day the angels cried.

This is the day the soldiers jeered,
When they nailed him to the cross,
The day that foolish people cheered,
Not aware of their great loss.
This is the day the doves flew away,
The day that His blood ran free,
This is the day mankind was saved,
This day at Calvary.

This is the day of heartache,
The day of sacrifice,
This is the day He led the way,
Into Paradise.
This is the day we need to pray,
We need to fall upon our knees,
This is the day we need to say,
Father, forgive us, please.

By, Virginia Ellis




May His Blessings Shine Upon You ! Blessings Of The Lord...YouIn His Loving Care...Love Of Our Savior...
Nine requisites for contented living
1. Health enough to make work a pleasure
2. Wealth enough to support your needs.
3. Strength to battle with difficulties and overcome them.
4. Grace enough to confess your sins and forsake them
5.Patience enough to toil until some good is accomplished.

6. Charity enough to see some good in your neighbor.
7. Loveenough to move you to be useful and helpful to others.
8. Faith enough to make real the things of God.
9. Hopeenough to remove all anxious fears concerning the future.

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