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Lend 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. If you can afford more, register to donate at a few dollars a day. The proceeds go towards the construction loan, maintenance costs and community events. Give generously & make a difference in the community.
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Registered members will be honored 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 Class: January 16
Kriya Yoga Workshop will be conducted at Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple on January 16, 2010 from 8:30 am to 5 pm. A yogic lunch & snacks will be provided.
Visit the Kriya Yoga Class page on the temple website for more details. For questions or to enroll, please email KriyaYoga@DallasHanuman.org with your name & contact information.
|Classes Offered at the Temple:
Visit the Classes at the Hanuman Temple link to learn more about the on-site classes including:
- Bala Datta: Offering a hindu school for kids occurring on Sundays mornings. Prospective students may register online to be contacted, based on seat availability, for the 2010-2011 session. For questions, email: BalaDatta@DallasHanuman.org
- Art: Offering a hindu-themed arts and craft class for kids on Saturday afternoons. For questions, email: ArtClass@DallasHanuman.org
- Yoga: Offering a comprehensive approach to Yoga for adults where you will explore more than just asanas on early Saturday mornings. For questions, email: Yoga@DallasHanuman.org
- Kriya Yoga: See the above section.
For questions, email: KriyaYoga@DallasHanuman.org
Community Service: Food Bank
A positive impact by Temple community
In 2009. the Temple facilitated community service through the collection of canned food items. In December 2009, 111 pounds of food were delivered to the Frisco
Family Services Center! This was only possible through the collective effort of the temple community, especially our Bala Datta families.
In 2010, due to the great interest from the community, we plan to
continue this service. The needs of the community shelters are varied. In addition
to food cans, bags of rice may also be donated. Daily use items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, toilet paper, soap, shampoo, cleaning products, ketchup, cooking oil, sugar, mustard, salad dressing,
and other condiments would be greatly appreciated, too.
Please donate products with clear expiration dates (those without dates or already expired must be discarded). Any donated products must be in the original packaging with all seals being intact.
Thank you for giving to the community & helping those who are less fortunate.
|Datta Raksha Mantra|
Om Aim Hreem Sreem
Chant this sacred mantra daily.
Train your mind to always chant it.
12030 Independence Pkwy
Frisco, TX 75035 (866) 996-6767
|Temple Open Hours|
Hanuman Chalisa Chanting
Everyday before Aarti
11:45am & 7:45pm
|Temple Monthly Newsletter
Temple Festivals - January 2010
- January 1-14: Ayyappa Puja
7:00 pm - Sri Ayyappa Puja nightly
- January 6 (Wed):
7:00 pm - Anaghastami Vrat
- January 12 (Tue): Pradosham
7:00 pm - Rudrabhisheka
- January 13 (Wed): Bhogi
- January 14 (Thu): Makara Shankranti
- January 15 (Fri): Kanuma
7:00 pm - Sri Devi Puja & Chantings
- January 20 (Wed): Sri Panchami 7:00 pm - Sri Lakshmi Puja
- January 21 (Thu): Shukla Shashti
7:00 pm - Subramanya Abhisheka, Puja (KAVADI available for devotees)
& Shashti Kavacha chanting
- January 22 (Fri): Ratha Sapthami
11:00 am Surya Mandala Puja, Surya Namaskaras
- January 27 (Wed): Pradosham
7:00 pm - Rudrabhisheka
- January 29 (Fri): Maagha Purnima (Maha Maghi) & Thai Poosam
6:30 pm - Subramanya Puja
7:00 pm - Satyanarayana Puja
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 call 866-996-6767 OR send an email with your name and contact details to: Seva@DallasHanuman.Org.
|Sri Swamiji Says
2010 New Year Message Excerpt
Per numerology, just add 2 and 1. That is three. You know three stands for the Trinity. Three is greater than Zero.
Hence, if we stay cohesive, we can beat the pessimism, represented by zero (Shoonya).
Unity is the key note here - Note this.
2009 Year End Tax Statements
Will be mailed by end of January
Tax statements for 2009 will be mailed to qualifying devotees who have donated $250 or more in 2009.
Hanuman Setu Bandha donors:
For members who sent donations to both the New Jersey address and the Frisco Temple address, please expect separate tax statements from each location reflecting the donations sent to that location only.
If you have any questions after receiving your statements, please send an email to Info@DallasHanuman.org.
Thank you for your generous and continued support of the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple and for making the temple a part of your family.
Lord Hanuman Story
In the last newsletter, Lord Ram and exiled vanara King Sugreev were introduced to each other by Sri Hanuman. Both promised to help the other overcome his difficulties.
As the first plan of their plan, Lord Ram, Lakshman, Sugreev and Hanuman soon reached a decision on how to defeat Vali. Lord Ram, Lakshman and Sugreev approached Kishkindha where Sugreev boldly challenged Vali to single combat. Vali, ever eager to get his hands on his brother, rushed out at once to fight!
Lord Ram and Lakshman were standing behind some trees witnessing the duel. Lord Ram was to shoot Vali with an arrow but as the fight started, the brothers were difficult to tell apart. Not wanting to kill Sugreev accidentally, Lord Ram did nothing.
Weary and wounded, Sugreev broke form Vali's grip and desperately retreated. Though filled with anger, he listened as Lord Ram explained his dilemma. To easily identify Sugreev, Lord Ram gave him a garland of akshaya flowers to wear. Then Sugreev went off to challenge his brother again.
Hearing Sugreev's calls for resuming the duel, Vali was eager to oblige. But Tara, his very righteous and intelligent queen, stopped him. She pleased with her husband and asked him to think before reacting. Why would someone who was badly beaten return to fight so quickly? Perhaps he is being helped by Lord Ram who was known to be the area. Either way, something seemed amiss to Tara and she begged Vali not to fight and instead to forgive Sugreev and put an end to the feud.
But Vali did not heed her wise words and began to fight with his brother. This time, just as Sugreev was about to be defeated, Lord Ram released a maha astra (specially charged arrow, blessed by Lord Brahma) and Vali succumbed to its power.
Then Lord Ram came forward to stand before Vali. With his dying breath, Vali asked why Lord Ram had attacked him in such a sneaky manner especially when Vali has done nothing against him personally? Lord Ram explained that it was his duty to establish dharma (righteousness) and sathya (truth) and spoke of the many instances when Vali had failed to lead a good moral life.
Vali realized the error of his ways and repented. He entrusted the care of his wife and son to Sugreev and gave him a gem studded necklace which was a gift from Lord Indra. Vali died while chanting Lord Ram's holy name.
Sugreev was filled with remorse and Tara's grief knew no bounds! But the wise queen never blamed Lord Ram. Lord Ram and Hanuman consoled them.
After Vali's last rites, Sugreev was crowned as king and Vali's son, Angada, was declared the crown prince. Sri Hanuman resumed his duties as prime minister to the King.
Will be continued...
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