Navratri Special – Did you know? – Part 1

By what name is Maa Saraswati known and worshiped in Japan?
 
 
 
‘Maa Saraswati’ is known as ‘Benzaiten’ and in the form holds a musical instrument known as ‘biwa’.

Japanese couples who desire to have a beautiful daughter pray to goddess Saraswati and in ancient times, Japanese generals prayed to Saraswati to be victorious in war. 

 
Saraswati is also worshipped as the ‘goddess of the kitchen’.

In 1934, a Japanese woman had a vision that she was the incarnation of goddess Saraswati and stared writing in Sanskrit, a language she never heard off. May Mother Benzaiten bless us all! Jai Mata Di!

 
Source: Speech by Hindu Scholar Lokesh Chandra 
 
 
 
Note – 
 
The Gupta family holds a ‘Bhakti Sandhya’ every 15 days, which is open to all devotees free of cost.
 
It is a religious gathering at Radhe Maa Bhavan, organised to worship Maa Jagdambe. Lord Shiva and other deities are honored with prayers and bhajans. It involves ritual worship (puja), bhajan (singing of devotional hymns), prasad (grace in the form of a gift from Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa) and langer (communal meal) followed by darshan of Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa.
 
All are welcome to attend Next Bhakti Sandhya and to take divine darshan of Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa, which is on October 20, 2012 from 8pm onwards (IST). For more details call on +91 982 096 9020
 
Live darshan on www.radhemaa.com (from 10pm onwards (IST))
 
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Please note
 
The views expressed in this article and others published in this space are being made public as an act of thanksgiving for the wonderful presence of Mamtamai Shri Radhe Maa’s miraculous grace in the lives of her devotees.             

Shri Radhe Maa has no role as such in writing, editing or publishing these articles. We request readers who have queries, doubts or feedback to address their messages to Sevadar Sanjeev Gupta on sanjeev@globaladvertisers.in  call him on 9820082849. 
 


 
 
 
 
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