Today i visited our mandir for the first time in over three weeks. I usually try to attend weekly, but a combination of having the flu, being away for a work related conference, and visiting my father kept me away. I can see why Gurudeva says we should visit the temple on a regular basis. I felt that I was being welcomed by the devas, and spiritually refreshed.
Image is a low resolution copy of image on the Mandir’s site, and considered fair use.
That is a beautiful Mandir, and I am so happy you got a chance to go<3
I would love to visit that Mandir someday, it looks so beautiful! Glad you had such a refreshing experience, Tandava. 🙂
Great, i visit our Mahadeva temple Daily. If i go somewhere else i visit the temple in that locality.
Jaya! Happy to hear that you had a refreshing experience at the temple! It’s so wonderful to go back when we can 🙂 I myself have also not been in a while – due to school/work, transportation, distance, and various other setbacks, it’s been just over three weeks! I need to go back, as well, to see my Radha Govinda 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
Hello Tandava ,
today is ‘THIRUVAATIRA’ , considered as the birth Star of Lord Shiva and we are having great celebrations in our Temple.
May god bless you.
Happy New Year,Tandava ,to you ,your familt & all oher friends who you help us connect . I came across this beautiful story of a Western Hindu who built /rennovated a Shiva temple,for saving him & answering his wife’s prayers,today.
http://expressbuzz.com/lifestyle/the-only-indian-temple-built-by-an-englishman/350298.html Came across these Blessed Devotees of Shiva from 1883!Please find out more if possible! lovely story.
Sitaji , it shows link unavailable.
Anyway, i guess its Thomas Munroe?
The link works for me. It is the story of a Col. Marting who rebuilt the Baijnath Mahadev temple in Agar.
K. I have heard about similar story of Sir thomas Munroe former British administrator in India
May all be happy, all be physically and mentally fit, all see the good around them and none suffer. This is the epitome of not only the humanity but for all the universal beings. These are the famous lines of the Brihadaranyak Upanishad, a Hindu Vedic scripture. Many people embraced this ideology leaving behind the restricted mentality. See the link below:
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Enjoy and share with your near and dear ones.
You are my inspiration to blog, Tandavji.
ill start shortly.
I have a wordpress account and i am in fb too. Is it possible link these two?
I have seen people commenting here with facebuk id!
Its only possible to use a facebook ID to comment. You can also set WordPress to post on your wall when you post (Settings->Sharing on your dashboard)
thank you bro.
and happy Vivekananda jayanti,.