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Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra Importance and Benefits

Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra is associated with Ganesha, remover of all obstacles, and Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess of wealth and fortune. This Yantra is worshipped by all those people who have desire to acquire wealth but are facing numerous problems.

A Yantra is also a visual form of mantras. The power of the mantras is captured in it. In Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra mantras associated with Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi are captured in it and Pran Pratishta is done.
The Yantra comes in gold, silver, copper plated tamra patra. It can be kept in home, office, shops and factory. The belief is that constant worship of the Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra improves financial status and ushers in all round prosperity.
Please note that Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra does not provide any short cut to success. One has to follow Dharma and work hard for success. Ganesh Lakshmi Yantra provides the strength while we are down and disappointed. It helps in concentration and focus.

Chaitra Navratri 2017 - Chait Navratras in 2017

Chaitra Navratri, also known as Chait Navratras, as the name indicates is observed during the Chaitra month (March – April) in a traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India. Chaitra Navaratri 2017 begins on March 29 and ends on April 5. The festival is dedicated to Goddess Shakti and three of her most popular forms– Goddess Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati – are worshipped during the period. It begins on the first day of the Chaitra month and ends with Ram Navami.

Chaitra Navratri is known by different names like Ram Navaratri, Vasant Navratri, Basant Navrathri and some people also refer it as Spring Navaratras.

Chaitra Navratri 2017 dates Ghatsthapana – Navratri Day 1 – March 29, 2017 Sindhara Dooj, Dwitiya - March 29, 2017 Gaur Teej, Saubhagya Teej, Tritiya - March 30, 2017
Varadvinayak Chaturthi - March 31, 2017
Sri Laxmi Panchami Vrat, Naag Vrat Pujan - April 1, 2017
Skand Shashthi, Yamuna Jayanti - April 2, 2017
Mahasaptami Vrat, Chaiti Chath, Vijaya Saptami - April 3, 2017

Swamimalai Temple Photos – Virtual Tour of Swamynatha Swamy Temple

SwamimalaiTemple is dedicated to Muruga, Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The temple is the fourth temple among the six padai veedu of Muruga in Tamil Nadu. The temple is also popularly known as SwamimalaiMuruganTemple.  Dinamalar newspaper has created an online virtual tour of the SwamimalaiTemple through high quality quality pictures. The photos of the various parts of the temple are accompanied by audio in English explaining the significance of each part.
Link – Virtual tour SwamimalaiTemple

S. Radhakrishnan on Hindu View of Religion

The Hindu attitude to religion is interesting. While fixed intellectual beliefs mark off one religion from another, Hinduism sets itself no such limits. Intellect is subordinated to intuition, dogma to experience, outer expression to inward realization.

Precious as are the echoes of God’s voice in the souls of men of long ago; our regard for them must be tempered by the recognition of the truth that God has never finished the revelation of His wisdom and love.
It is necessary for the Hindu leaders to hold aloft the highest conception of God and work steadily on the minds of the worshippers so as to effect an improvement in their conceptions. The temples, shrines and sanctuaries with which the whole land is covered may be used as not only the places of prayers and altars of worship, but as seats of learning and schools of thought which can undertake the spiritual direction of the Hindus.

Dr S. Radhakrishnan