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Adi Murti, Hindu God

Adi Murti is a term used to refer Hindu God Vishnu. The term Adi Murti is used to the primordial source of energy responsible for all animate and inanimate in the universe. This only being is indefinable but for the sake of devotees, ancient seers used terms like Adi murti and Adi Shakti to give form to the formless. Dattatreya is also refered as Adi Murti in certain texts. Vishnu seated on the coils of Serpent Adi Sesha is also believed to be Adi Murti.

3D Short Movie on Swami Vivekananda and 3D Holographic display system inaugurated in Vivekananda House at Chennai

Vivekananda House (known as Vivekanandar Illam in Tamil) at Chennai is associated with the Sri Ramakrishna Math since 1897 when Swami Vivekananda stayed here for nine days after his successful journey of the West. In commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, Vivekananda house at Chennai , India – housing a cultural heritage museum in memory of Swami Vivekananda – launched India ’s first Stereoscopic 3D short movie on Vivekananda and his message to the youth. Chennai’s first 3D Holographic display system was also inaugurated in Vivekananda House today. The system allows users to see Swami Vivekananda in a 3Dimensions perspective. As part of 150th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Swami Vivekananda, Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai is launching “Experience Vivekananda” Project, an initiative to spread Swami Vivekananda’s personality and message through state-of-the-art multimedia galleries at Vivekananda House utilizing short inspirational videos, 3D

Daridra Narayana Sashti

Daridra Narayana Sashti is dedicated to Hindu God Vishnu. The popular belief is that Vishnu has two opposite forms Lakshmi Narayana and Daridra Narayana. One is the prosperous form and another is the poor form. Daridra Narayana Sashti 2024 date is February 15. Daridra Narayana Sashti is observed on the sixth day during the waxing phase of moon in Magh month – Magh Shukla Paksha Sashti as per Hindu calendars followed in North India . The day is dedicated to the service of the poor. Hungry and poor people are offered food on the day. Sanatana Dharma believes that serving hungry living beings is the greatest service to God.