The Master takes us to his Tapobhoomi

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Beautiful 3 days spent in the land of Rajasthan with the Master.  Every nook and corner we travelled in Lalsot had posters of the shivir at every locations including taxis and markets. One thing i was surprised with was the heights of hospitality in a world where one thinks of so many excuses or shrinks away to even offer someone a glass of water or tea and here are the Rajasthanis, who go beyond anything to serve their guests. All the while i was thinking that the home next to the venue, where we ate food, was a place arranged by people for us as done in other locations we travel to. To my surprise while we sat on the ground and ate our food in the huge compound of this home, i saw many new people walking into this compound inside which sat ladies of the house making rotis. When people walked in, they were asked to sit, paper plates were laid and food was served immediately. The lady making rotis asked all those seated continuously whether they wanted rotis. If it was a yes, she would

SV Sadhana for Diwali

This is a repeat message of last year. Same message from Babaji for doing hawan during the Diwali period, invoking Mother Mahalaxmi for abundance and prosperity.

WISHING YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY AND BLESSED DIWALI!


Om Namaha Shivaya

This is to inform all the Sadhaks that Babaji's message for Diwali is to do Sri Vidya Sadhana 2 times for 5days starting from Dhanteras (read more on Dhanteras below. The main Pooja you can do these 5 days is the Mahameru Kumkum Abhishek as given in below post. Babaji said that it is a most powerful pooja which is to be performed with all the family members together. Perform Kumkum Abhishek with the Mahalaxmi Mantra as much times as u can.

Also babaji told that do Havan in your home with the same Mahalaxmi Mantra and offer Havan Samigri of Wheat and Ghee mix together, this is for Prosperity and Abundance. Only Ghee will also do. Give this 21 or Any number of Ahuthis in Havan with a feeling of Happiness and Gratitude towards Mother Mahalaxmi.

Havan Items:
  1. Copper Havan Kund
  2. Aam or Pipal Stick Dried (Mango or Pipal Tree)
  3. Gobbar Khand (Cow Dung Dried)
  4. Karpooram (Camphor)
For Ahuthi:
  • Cow Ghee (Desi Ghee)
  • Wheat (Gehu)
This is the Divine Message by: Param Pujya Avadhoot Baba Shivanandji.   Bless You All...!!!!

message source: www.tenerifeshivyog.blogspot.com

Sidhi budhi prade devi bhukti mukti pradayini
Mantramurte sada devi mahalakshmi namostu te

      O Devi, giver of success and intelligence and of wordly enjoyment and liberation,   
      Thou has always the mystic symbols as Thy form, O Mahalakshmi obeisance to Thee. 

More about Dhanteras Source: www.whenisdate.com


When is Dhanteras in 2011 and Dhanteras 2011 Date


When is Dhanteras 2011 – Well the (धनतेरस, ધન તેરસ) Dhanteras 2011 Date is Monday 24th of October. There is a bit of confusion over the dates this year. Dhanteras 2011 is also celebrated on 25th of October at some places. Do check out from the people in your community as to when they are celebrating this festival.
Dhanteras is the beginning or the first day of 5-day Diwali celebrations. It is also called as Dhantroyodasi as the day is 13th lunar day of dark fortnight(Krishna paksha) of Ashwin month. On this day, some people worship Dhanvantri while some begin the auspicious celebrations of Diwali.
Dhanteras is made out of 2 words i.e Dhan and Teras. Dhan means wealth and on this day people worship Goddess Laxmi who brings peace, well being and prosperity to people. The 2nd part Teras means 13 as this is celebrated on the 13th lunar day of Krishna paksha in the month of Ashwin according to Hindu calendar.
The day is also called as Dhantrayodashi and Dhanvantari Triodasi
Dhanteras 2011 Preparations
On the day of Dhanteras, houses, stores and business premises are cleaned, renovated and decorated. The entrances to the houses are made colorful with nice rangolies. Interior designing manifests itself on the occasion of Dhanteras. The walls are decorated with designs and on ceilings one can see decorations with laces and balloons. To indicate the arrival of Goddess Lakshmi small footprints are drawn with colorful powders all over the house floor.
The Legend of Yamadeep on Dhanteras Celebrations: The first Diwali diya is lit on the day of Dhanteras. It is called Yamadeepam. There is a legend connected to this:
Once upon a time there was a king by name Hima. He was just sixteen years old and his horoscope said that he will die on the fourth day of his marriage by a snake-bite. His good wife was very scared by knowing this, after all this was a test of her devotion to her husband. She got a plan not to allow Yama, the death god, come near her husband.
The young wife of Hima laid all her jewelery into heaps on the entrance of the room and lighted many diyas all over the place. When Yamadutas came to take Hima, they could not enter into that dazzling light. Again Lord Yama came himself at the spot and by that time she started telling stories and singing songs. Lord yama could climb the heap but by hearing the stories, he soon fell asleep. When it was morning it was the time to go. Yama had to leave the place. In this way she could save her husband’s life.
Dhanteras 2011 Celebrations
Dhanteras is celebrated with great enthusiasm. People observe various rituals on this day. They lit Yamadeepam and hear the legends connected to Dhanteras. In villages cattle are worshiped by the farmers. People go for shopping for Diwali on the day of Dhanteras.
Wishing all readers a very Happy Dhanteras! 


Here is a beautiful music sung by Uma Mohan



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