Shri Radhe Guru Maa – The significance of Datta Jayanti

 

Datta Jayanti is a popular Hindu festival celebrated all over India. As it is the day of the birth of Lord Datta. This festival is celebrated in the Hindu month of Margashirsha on a full moon day. Lord Datta was believed to be the son of Lord Brahma according to Hindu mythology.
 
Datta means one who has attained final liberation. A pooja is organized by the devotees for Lord Datta. This is done by following the basic steps of Hindu holy worship which includes cleaning the premises, cleansing oneself, and preparation of prasad, etc.
 
After performing the pooja of Lord Datta, prasad is distributed to everyone.


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Shri Radhe Maa – Glory of Durga Ashtami

 

Standing Four-armed goddess Durga, late 9th century India

 

 
Durgashtami fasting is observed every month during Ashtami Tithi of Shukla Paksha. On this day devotees of Goddess Durga worship Her and observe day long fast. 
 
The most significant Durgashtami, which is known as Mahashtami, falls in month of Ashwin during nine days Shardiya Navratri festivities. 
Durgashtami is also spelled as Durga Ashtami and Masik Durgashtami is also known as Maas Durgashtami or Monthly Durgashtami.
 
 
Goddess Durga  –  10th century statue found at the ancient city of Anuradhapura, Ceylon(Sri Lanka)  1903
 
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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 December 22, 2012 from 8pm onwards (IST). For more details call on +91 982 096 9020
 
 
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Bhakti Sandhya & divya darshan of ‘Shri Radhe Maa’









The next Bhakti Sandhya and Divya Darshan of Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa will be held on the 22nd of December from 8.00 pm onwards.

Let us all be present to experience Shri Radhe Guru Maa’s divine presence.

Jai Mata Di!


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