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 Music is My Expression,

Music is My Religion

- Sri Swamiji

Karya Siddhi Hanuman

Karya Siddhi Hanuman

Hanuman is the son of Vaayu, the Wind God. He is a great devotee of Lord Rama. He is an outstanding scholar and master of Vedas. He symbolizes heroism and valor to fight for the cause of dharma, devotion and selfless service, and above all, humility.

Hanuman is Para Brahma. Hanuman and Dattatreya have special relation. Where ever Datta temple is there and there is also a shrine of Hanuman, then that Hanuman is called as Karya Siddhi Hanuman. Hanuman has the energies of Vishnu and Shiva. Hanuman is Chiranjeevi and is present at all times. Hanuman is also a specialist in the nine types of devotion. Hanuman is a good character to emulate. He was a great Sanskrit Grammar scholar, full of servitude, great Dharmic warrior.


Sadguru Sri Swamiji visited Malaysia for three days from 8th April morning till 12th morning. This year being the 26th anniversary of the Gnana Bodha Sabha, the institution established to spread the message of Dattatreya and Sri Swamiji.

In the short stay, Sri Swamiji gifted a Marakata Hanuman idol to the Ashram.

Purna Phala

Sri Swamiji explains the Purna Phala Deeksha concept

A great source of food, water and natural medicine, the coconut is called the `Purna Phala'. Hanuman is idealized as Karya Siddhi Hanuman i.e. One who fulfils the wishes of the devotees. The Purna Phala Dheeksha entails offering prayer to Lord Hanuman after tying a coconut blessed by him. This coconut is to remain at the temple for 16 days. During this period, the devotee is encouraged to recite the Sri Karya Siddhi Hanuman mantra 108 times per day. This Deeksha would rid them of their woes and fulfill their desires, which fact is attested by a large number of devotees.

 

Karya Siddhi Hanuman Mantra
Tvamasmin Kaarya Niryoge
Pramaanam Hari Sattama
Hanuman Yatna Maasthaaya
Dukha Kshaya Karo Bhava

Arati to Hanuman

Sri Swamiji offering Arati to Lord Hanuman


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