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Give A Dollar A Day
Art & Kriya Yoga Classes
December Events
Sri Swamiji Says
Address updates for Tax statements
Lord Hanuman Story
Dollar A Day - $1
Support the Temple!

You've enjoyed the jovial Navratri celebrations with dancing every night and the grand Diwali celebrations where you relived memories from back home while creating new ones here with your own children. All of these events are only possible through the generous support of Temple devotees & event sponsors.

Lend your support to the Temple through the Dollar Seva program. Choose a level of donation that is right for your family - starting at $1 a day per registered family member or perhaps you can do a few dollars a day per member. All proceeds go directly towards the construction costs and support of Lord Hanuman's Temple.

Registered members will be recognized annually with a special Archana on Hanuman Jayanti.

Thank you
for including the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple in your charitable giving.
contributions are tax deductible under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Kriya Yoga Classes
Will start  soon

The Temple will be starting Kriya Yoga classes soon. Please visit the Kriya Yoga Class page on the temple website for more details. To get more information, please send an email with your name & contact information to 

Temple Art Class
Will start  January  2, 2010
With the tremendous support and interest from parents for the initial session of the Art Classes at the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple, the teachers are happy to announce the second session will begin on Saturday, January 2, 2010.

With age based sessions for kids in groups of 3-5, 6-8 and 9+, the classes are focused on encouraging and developing the artistic abilities of the talented young students.

The classes will be taught by experienced and certified teachers who generously volunteer their time and efforts.

Please visit the
Art Class page on the temple website for more details. SPACE is LIMITED.

To register, send an email with the participants' names, ages & phone number to
Datta Raksha Mantra
Om Aim Hreem Sreem
Shivarama Anaghaa Dattaaya Namaha
Chant this sacred mantra daily. Train your mind to chant it always.
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Temple Festivals - December 2009
  • Monday, December 7 - Saturday, December 12 Narad Bhakti Sutras by Swami Nikhilanand
    6:30 pm - What is Bhakti? Filled with captivating information & practical approach, be sure to attend this beautiful lecture series in ENGLISH. A great event for parents and  interested teenagers.Mahaprasad following Aarti every night of the lecture series. Temple pujas will continue to be performed in conjunction with this series.

  • Tuesday, December 8: Pradhana (Main) Anaghastami
    7pm: Anaghastami vrata, Bhajans

    8pm: Aarti, Lord Dattatreya Kakadarati

    Lord Dattatreya gave the Upadesha of this vrata on this Margashira Bahula Ashtami Day. If you have missed doing this vrata so far this year, be sure to attend on this auspicous day. Obtain the blessings of Lord Dattatreya and Mother Goddess, Anagha Devi, to help you achieve your potential and end your difficulties. 
    Sponsors will personally perform the vrata. While the puja materials will be provided, donations of fruits and flowers are always appreciated.

  • Sunday, December 13: Pradosham
    7:00pm: Rudrabhiseka & Siva Puja

  • Tuesday, December 15: Hanuman Jayanti
    10:30 am - Hanuman Abhisheka, Puja
    7:00 pm - Hanuman Jayanti Puja

  • Monday, December 21 - Sunday, December 27
    Srimad Bhagavata Saptaha
    by Poojya Sri. Ramanujamji
    4:30 pm: Performances by Local Artists
    5:30 pm: Upanyasam in English
    Mahaprasad dinner following Aarti every night of the lecture series. Timings will vary slightly due to the special events planned within the Saptaha. Temple pujas will continue to be performed in conjunction with this series.

  • Tuesday, December 22: Shashti Puja
    7:00 pm - Subramanya Abhisheka & puja

  • Sunday, December 27: Vaikuntha Ekadashi 
    6:00am: Uttara Dwara Puja (North door of the temple)
    Procession of Lord Hanuman and Puja at North Door

    9:30am: Hanuman Abhisheka, Puja 

  • Tuesday, December 29: Pradosham
    7:00pm: Rudrabhiseka & Siva Puja

  • Wednesday, December 30: Purnima
    7:00pm: Satyanarayan Vrata
    Sponsors will personally perform the vrata. While the puja materials will be provided, donations of fruits and flowers are always appreciated.

  • Friday, January 1: NEW YEAR SPECIAL
    11:45 am - Hanuman Chalisa
    12:00 noon - Aarti
    Mahaprasad Lunch

    Full details for all the planned events/programs are on the Temple website. 

  • Volunteers are always needed and appreciated at the temple! For those interested to help, or bring saatvic prasad from home or help the onsite cooking team  - Please send an email to Seva@DallasHanuman.Org or call 866-996-6767 with your contact information.
Sri Swamiji Says

It is sufficient to chant 'Datta'. This renders Him very happy. Therefore chant 'Sri Guru Datta'.

Such intonation provides immense joy to Lord Anjaneya, as He is also a follower of Lord
Contact Information for Statements
Year End Tax Statements
Tax statements for 2009 will be prepared and sent out after the end of this year to qualifying devotees who have donated per IRS guidelines.

If you have moved or want to ensure your correct information is on file with the temple, please send an email to with your current address and contact information as well as any previous 2009 address(es). The older address information will ensure we match you up properly with your donation.

Kindly send your updated information emails before the 2010 New Year to ensure the tax statements reach you in a timely manner.

Thank you for your generous support of the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple and for making the temple a part of your family.

Jai Hanuman!
Lord Hanuman Story

In the last newsletter, we learned that Lord Ram and Lord Lakshman had met up with Hanuman. Hanuman offered to arrange a meeting with King Sugreev to help in their search for Sita.

Ram and Lakshman went with Hanuman to meet Sugreev - the very person they were seeking out in this area of the forest. Recently, while searching for Sita, the princes had defeated the demon  Kabandha. Through Lord Ram's grace, the demon was released from his curse and returned to his original form as a gandharva. As a token of his gratitude, he told the princes that they would be reunited with Sita with the help of the vanara King Sugreev. Hence the princes were on the hunt for Sugreev - doubly sure that he was critical to finding Sita.

Hanuman had the honor of introducing the Princes of Ayodhya to King Sugreev. Lord Ram and Sugreev swore their mutual friendship with Lord Agni as their witness and shared their mutual joys and sorrows. Lord Ram swore to restore Sugreev's wife and kingdom to him while Sugreev swore to do all in his power to restore Mother Sita to Lord Ram.

Then Sugreev brought the cloth bundle thrown down from racing chariot of Ravana and showed it to the princes. Rama was overcome with emotion and asked Lakshmana to identify the ornaments as belonging to Sita. Having only gazed upon Mother Sita's feet during his daily prostrations, Lakshmana confirmed the anklets were indeed hers. They had physical confirmation of being on the right path to finding Sita!

But how could Sugreev help Ram without his kingdom? That had to be their first course of action. Sugreev was doubtful that anyone could defeat Vali. To make his point, he took Ram to see the remains of the demon that Vali defeated in the cave.  The mere skeleton was as huge as a mountain! Sensing Sugreev's need for reassurance, Lord Ram flicked the skeleton with his big toe and sent it flying for miles. Impressed but not fully convinced, Sugreev asked Lord Ram to uproot a tree with a single arrow. Lord Ram sent his arrow flying into a grove of nearby trees and uprooted not one or two or even three trees. He uprooted seven trees with a single arrow and then had the arrow return to his quiver! Sugreev was overjoyed and thoroughly convinced.

Will be continued...
Thank you for supporting the Hanuman Temple. Come and take Lord Hanuman's darshan in the wonderful Hanuman Cultural Center.
Jai Hanuman!
Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple Team
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