In This Issue
Sri Swamiji Says...
Seva is as Easy as $1/Day
Art Class - New Session Starting
Festival Highlights Events
Cultural/Musical Events
Community Events - Free Medical Series (Heart Health)
Lord Hanuman Story
Sri Swamiji's Upcoming
Visit to
KSHT

 April
23rd - 29th
2010


His Holiness Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji will be visiting the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple for the first time since inaugurating it last July.

Mark your calendars now and come for darshan of this great spiritual leader, ardent proponent and devotee of
Lord Hanuman.

Programs at the Temple will include:
- Pujya Sri Swamiji's soul-stirring bhajan sessions and captivating speeches.
- Sri Chakra Puja & Prasad
- Kriya Yoga workshop
- Various Cultural programs
- Special children's programs

- More program details coming soon

If you are interested in donation or sponsorship opportunities, send your  contact details to Info@DallasHanuman.Org
Donate  One Dollar A Day
 Support the Temple!

www.HanumanSetuBandha.org
www.DollarSeva.org

How easy can it be to give?
It starts with just $1/day.


You have busy lives. Kids, school events & projects, jobs, family & friends. The list goes on and on.

What kind of seva could you fit into your hectic life? How about something as easy as $1 a Day? With online and in person payment options, you can choose what works best for you. The Temple's Dollar Seva program is an excellent opportunity to give of yourself in a easy and selfless way.

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.

Take a few moments to enroll and the rest is easy. Start with $1/day today.

Registered members will be honored  annually with a special Archana on Hanuman Jayanti.
 
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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.
Now Enrolling in Classes: 
  • Art Classes:  Next session will be starting on Saturday, March 13th. Please provide your child's name and age along with your name, email and phone at the Temple registration desk. For more details, please visit the Art Class page.

    For questions or to register, please email: ArtClass@DallasHanuman.org
More Temple Classes: 
 Visit the Classes at the Hanuman Temple link to see all of the Temple's on-site classes including:
  • Bhajan Classes: are free this full session and will teach students the bhajans of His Holiness Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji.

    Students will demonstrate their progress by performing at the Temple's Satsangh which is open to all members of the Temple community. For questions or to register, please email: Bhajans@DallasHanuman.org

 
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Datta Raksha Mantra
 
Om Aim Hreem Sreem
Shivarama Anaghaa
Dattaaya Namaha
 
Chant this sacred mantra daily.
Train your mind to always chant it.
Temple Open Hours
Hanuman Img
Hanuman Chalisa Chanting
 Everyday before Aarti
11:45am & 7:45pm
Temple Monthly Newsletter
eNewsletter: March 01, 2010 Vol:19 Ver:10.03
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Festivals Highlights - March 2010

  • March 7 (Sun) - March 13(Sat):
    Evenings - Narada Bhakti Sutras II
    Engaging discourse in ENGLISH.

  • March 16 (Tue):
    Yugadi / Gudipadwa celebrations
    Happy New Year!
    10:30 am - Hanuman Abhisheka
     6:30 pm - Panchanga Shravana
     7:00 pm -
    Hanuman Puja & Archana

  • March 24 (Wed):
    Sri Ram Navami
    6:30 pm - Sri Sita Rama Kalyana
Sri Hanuman Jayanti Weekend:
  • March 27 (Sat): Shanitrayodashi
    9:00 am - Mahanyasa
    10:00 am - Ekadasha Rudrabhisheka
    3:30 pm - Cultural Programs by
    DFW area Music and Dance Schools


  • March 28 (Sun): Grand Musical Festival
    8:00 am - Thyagaraja Aaradhana & All Composers Day
    5:00 pm - 1008 Hanuman Chalisa Parayana (Free participation)

  • March 29 (Mon): Hanuman Jayanti
    10:30 am - Hanuman Abhisheka, Puja
    6:00 pm - Sri Satyanarayana Vrat
    a
    7:00 pm - Sri Hanuman Jayanti Puja
Full details for all the planned events/programs are on the Temple website.
Hanuman ImgSri Swamiji Says

According to
Adhyatma Ramayana, the whole human body is the forest.

The nerves represent the rivers and streams.
Rama is the soul. Sita is the intellectual power. Breath is Hanuman. The temple is the body.  The more you get inward, Ganapati, Shiva, they all become alive.

You have to find the truth in this lifetime itself through understanding and patience.

Temple Cultural Events

Upcoming Music Programs on Sundays:
  • March 7: Vocal Concert
    by Smt. Santhi Mahadevan
  • March 14: Flute Jugalbandhi
    by Nilendu Jani, Shyam Murali, Neel Bhatt, & Bala Murali
  • March 21: Classical Vocal Performance
    by Smt. Bhuvana Ashok's Group
For times and details, visit the temple website.
Community Events:
Medical Lecture Series - Every 3rd Saturday

These seminars at the Temple are for the benefit of anyone interested in enriching their knowledge about the common medical diseases including prevention and general treatments. They will occur every third Saturday from 10:30 until the mid-day aarti with Temple mahaprasad for all afterwards.

On March 21 from 10:30am - 11:45am
Heart to Heart
by Dr. Vishnu V. Kalidindi

Current 2010 research states that more than 50% of heart patient will be of South Asian Indian descent. Learn about the most serious aspects of heart disease - Heart attacks.

What is a heart attack? What is Angina?
What are the key causes? Risk Factors?
How do you know it is a Heart attach?
What are the Treatment options?
What are primary & secondary prevention methods?

Dr. Kalidindi
(M.D.,MRCP;FACC;FASCA&I) has 13 years experience as a cardiologist in the US. He is currently practicing General, Nuclear and Interventional Cardiology in Centennial Medical Center, Frisco, Baylor Heart Hospital, Plano and Medical center of Plano with offices in Frisco.

If you have any doubts or questions about on this topic, it is strongly encouraged that you email your questions in ahead of time to: Health@DallasHanuman.Org. This will increase the likelihood of your question being addressed in the alloted time.

Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to all of volunteers who have worked hard to bring the Medical Lecture Series to our community.
Lord Hanuman Story

In the last newsletter, the search for Sita had begun. But soon it was clear that all the vanaras' hopes rested on the southern search party and with Hanuman.

While others prayed for their success, the southern party still saw no sign of Lanka. Chanting the glory of Lord Ram, they'd searched for days with no clues. They crossed a wide desert and reached the Vindhya mountains. Seeking sustenance, the vanaras entered a deep, long cave. After walking for some time, they emerged to find a lovely grove of fruit laden trees and a pristine stream of fresh water nearby, too. Svayamprabha, the tapasvini caretaker of the grove, greeted them warmly and offered fruits and water as refreshments. She told them that the grove belonged to her friend, Hema, an apsara, who used her powers to hold all those who entered as her captives. But when the vanaras explained their divine mission, Svayamprabha summoned her spiritual powers and transported them out of the cave.

At once, the search party found themselves on the southern seashore. Looking around they realized that spring was upon them... what seemed like minutes in the cave had actually been days! King Sugreev deadline had passed. They still had no information on Devi Sita and they had failed. Angada was crestfallen!

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