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April Monthly Goal:
With donations from each of you, together, we can reach the fundraising goal and keep the construction going at a brisk pace.
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|Temple Monthly Newsletter
|Temple Events - Upcoming Events
- April 3, Friday: Sri Rama Navami
- Sri Sita Rama Kalyanam at 6:30 pm
- April 6, Monday: Pradosham
- Rudrabhishekam at 6:45 pm
- April 8, Wednesday: Poornima
- Satyanarayana Vratam at 6:30 pm
- April 9, Thursday: Hanuman Jayanti
- 6:15 pm - Hanuman Chalisa chanting
- 6:30 pm - Hanuman Abhishekam / Betel Leaf / Vadamala archana
April 11, Saturday: Hanuman Jayanti Celebrations
ALL DAY Programs (10am - 8:30pm)
More details on DallasHanuman.org
April 13, Monday: Vishu, Tamil New Year
April 17, Friday: Bahula Ashtami
April 22, Wednesday: Pradosham
- Anaghastami Vratam at 6:45 pm
April 29, Wednesday - Shankara Jayanti & Jayalaxmi Mata Jayanti
- Rudrabhishekam at 6:45 pm
- Devi Abhishekam and Puja at 6:30 pm
On festivals days, the Temple will be open per the schedule unless otherwise noted. The chanting of the sacred Hanuman Chalisa will start 15 minutes before the time of the specially scheduled pujas .
Visit DallasHanuman.org for photos and details of past events.
Tax Letter Information
Your tax contribution summary letters for 2008 were mailed in early February, 2009.
If you made any contributions to the temple in 2008 and have not received a personalized year end contribution summary letter, please send an email with your contact details (fullname, mailing addres, phone number) to donations@DallasHanuman.org
|Sri Swamiji Says
Hanuman is a great Saint. Hanuman is the greatest of DASAS (person with humility and self surrender).
Hanuman brought Seeta and Rama together. In Yogic
parlance, he brought MANAS and BUDDHI together. How
can it be brought together? By Pranayama and Yoga
In Kaliyuga, breathing properly is very important. I attribute many health related problems and mind related problems with improper breathing. As you grow, different assets start coming in your body. They are Blood pressure, diabetes, heart problem, etc.
I understand that modern life style is stressful. But you can combat it with proper mind techniques.
|Why A Tulasi Leaf?
Tulasi, one of the most sacred plants in India, is worshiped daily as a means of cultivating one's own consciousness through the power of devotion. It is said to open the heart and mind, increase spiritual love and enhance faith, and compassion.
Your donation of a Silver Tulasi Leaf will be placed permanently before Lord Hanuman and used regularly in Puja to the Lord in the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple.
With only 501 available, devotees may choose to honor a loved one with the donation of a Silver Tulasi Leaf.
For all the ways to give, please visit Ways To Give on DallasHanuman.Org.
Thank you. Jai Hanuman!
There are many volunteer opportunities available at temple. To volunteer at the temple, send an email to seva@DallasHanuman.com with your contact details.
Temple Hindu School & Art Class
1. Bala Datta Annual Function
All are welcome to attend the Annual function for BalaDatta to see first hand what the kids have learned in the past year. The Annual Function will be on May 9th at 5 pm in the auditorium of the Centennial High School
(6901 Coit Rd, Frisco, 75035).
2. Bala Datta Registration 2009-2010
The time for next year's registration for BalaDatta is coming:
Hindu and language classes are held every Sunday during the school year at the Temple. The minimum age (by September 30, 2009) to enroll is 4 for Hindu classes and 5 for Language classes.
- For returing students: April 6th - April 19th
- New students: April 20th - May 9th
For more details and timings, visit the Bala Datta page on the temple website or send an email to BalaDatta@DallasHanuman.org
3. Art Classes for Kids (For ages 3-12) - Coming soon.
During the class, each child will enjoy an art project first hand. The project will be presented with stories and morals from Hindu scriptures. The fun-filled classes will be a time to apprecaite being a hindu child in America while letting imaginations soar.
Classes will meet late afternoons on Saturdays and will charge a nominal monthly fee for materials. For those interested in learing more, please send an email to ArtClass@DallasHanuman.org
or watch the Art Class page
Our Kids on the Radio
Bala Datta children did a great job on the Sanatana Dharma progra, on RSN 104.9 FM on Saturday, March 21st. They chanted the Lingastikam and sang Sri Swamiji's bhajan Sambo Mahadeva. Kudos to the kids and their ever-patient and talented bhajan teachers.
Thank you to the Sanatana Dharma Foundation for encouraging our youth and posting the recordings of the Bala Datta kids' radio programs on their website.
With the completion of the parking lot, the main focus now is the community hall builidng. The hall structure is already well defined (as seen in the picture to the right) and should be ready for the roof by the end of this month.
For the next few months, crews will be working to complete the following:
- Roofing for main community hall building.
- Landscaping and Irrigation
- Signage visible from the road
Thank you all for being very understanding during the construction (enjoy more pictures on picasa) and actively visiting the temple.
Lord Hanuman Story
In the past newsletters, we learned about the circumstances surrounding Sri Hanuman's being bestowed with numerous divine boons by the Gods.
Empowered with many divine boons, Aanjaneya's childish pranks and mischief were bold and limitless. He would frighten people by suddenly changing his size, seeming to appear out of nowhere. He would tease sages who were meditating in the forests by taking their personal belongings or disturbing their puja articles.
One day all the saints and sages in the area assembled
to discuss a solution to Aanjaneya's uncontrollable behavior. Since Hanuman was only a child, the sages placed a mild curse on him -- that Hanuman would immediately forget his own prowess and powers! However, since Hanuman's divinely granted abilities were needed for the wellbeing of the world, he would recollect his abilities as others reminded him of them.
After the curse, Aanjaneya behaved more like a normal vanara child and studied the Vedas and Shastras very well in his Gurukulam.
Will be continued......