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 Jai Guru Hanuman, Karya Siddhi Hanuman-ji 


T H A N K   Y O U. 


This July marked the third anniversary of the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple. The Hanuman Temple - YOUR Hanuman Temple - has seen much growth and progress over the past few years.  Many community members support the Temple and have made it their home away from home.  Many local businesses have also stepped up to support the Temple.  Both these important parts of the Temple community were recognized during the Temple's anniversary celebrations.


Much like Lord Hanuman who was critical to the success of Lord Ram's mission but remained silent and humble, YOU are a critical element to the growth of the Temple. Thank you for sharing your joys and acheivements with us.  Thank you for seeking solace at the Temple when the seas of life get rough. Thank you for asking what you can do for others when your blessings are many.  And most of all, thank you for making this Temple your spiritual haven filled with devotion and divine energy.


Om Namo Hanumate Namaha!

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Events during this month 

  • Thu, 9th - Sri Anaghastami Vrata (Bahula Ashtami) -devotees perform this special Dattatreya vrata lead by priest, receive special raksha as prasada
  • Fri, 10th - Sri Krishna Janmashtami (See fun activities below)
  • Fri, 17th - Vara MahaLakshmi Vrata 
  • Sat, 18th - Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Sat, 25th - 2nd annual KSHT Health Fair
  • Wed, 29th - Onam  
  • Thu, 30th - Purnima :Satyanarayana Vrata, devotees perform Vrata personally lead by priest
Upcoming Events in the next month
  •  Mon, 17th - Sama Upakarma
  • Tue, 18th - Swarna Gowri Vrata
  • Wed, 19th - Ganesh Chaturthi 
          >> 10 Day Ganesh Festival <<
  • Fri, 28th - Ananta Chaturdashi
         >> Ganesh Visarjana <<
  • Sun, 30th - Mahalaya Paksha Shraddha Begins


Monthly Newsletter 

 eNewsletter: August 01, 2012
Vol:43  Ver:12.08
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In This Newsletter...
Upcoming Festivals & Events
Sri Swamiji Says & Summer session classes
New Temple Project 
Temple Community Events

Saturday, Aug 18th 10am - 2pm 


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Saturday, Aug 25th 8am 



Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple will conduct a FREE Health Fair on Saturday, August 25, 2012 beginning at 8:00am through 11:30am at the Temple in Frisco. Thanks to Centennial Medical Center, Frisco for sponsoring this event which will have an array of preventive health care services is available completely FREE. 


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Sri Krishna Janmashtami
10:30 am - Sri Krishna Abhisheka
6:30 pm - Sri Krishna Puja, 
Vishnu Sahasranama,
cradle for Lord Krishna
All kids can dress up as Krishna and Radha on this auspicious day
7:30 pm - DAHI HANDI  by kids
- Mahaprasad Dinner

Dress up as Radha & Krishna


While Dahi Handi (know as Uriadi in Tamil Nadu) portrays the playful and adoringly mischievous attitude of Krishna, there is a deeper interpretation to it. The pot is the ego. The curds (Dahi) which form the content is the divine essence within. The Lord breaks the pot or the ego to release the content from the binding Samsara. His eagerness to savour it reveals the bliss that one enjoys on realising the true essence or the true self.

It can also be taken as the Lord's instruction to break the connection with one's own ego (the pot) to attain true bliss on realizing the essence, the true self (the Dahi).

However to break the illusion of the ego is not an easy task. It requires steadfast focus on realising the essence or the ultimate with devotion. Distractions from all around will disturb and distract one from attaining the truth, however one with pointed focus and devotion to the Lord will ultimately achieve this goal and emerge victorious.

Let us celebrate Dahi Handi grasping the philosophy behind it and seek the Lord's blessings to realise our true self. 


Kids are encouraged to arrive as Radha or Krishna to the Temple and enjoy the fun!



 Photos from 2011

Sri Krishna Janmastami








Sri Swamiji Says & Hanuman Setu Bandha (Dollar-A-Day) Seva 
SwamijiSaysShare Your Food (SYF)
Help yourself while helping the Needy

Anna Daan - Donation of food is one of the highest forms of charity according to Hindu scriptures.


HH Sri Swamiji has created the 'Share Your Food' (SYF) vrata.


About the SYF Vrata (Fast)

Tuesday is recognized as Hanuman's day.  For the SYF vrata, on every Tuesday, make the pledge to fast for one meal either breakfast, lunch or dinner. The vrata will continue for three years. Soon you will become habituated to eating one meal less and may enjoy the health benefits from it.  But it does not stop there.  That skipped meal must reach a hungry mouth!  Set aside the food or money from that skipped meal (for those who cannot fast due to health reasons) to give to your local food banks or other worthy organization.


Where can I donate? 

For your convenience, the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple will be collecting donations for the "Share Your Food" project.  Those interested may come to registration desk at the Temple to make their financial or non-perishable food donations.  Those who register at the Temple will have their information added to the list of vrata participants across the globe. 


Where will the donations go? 
Donated items will be donated to local charities like the North Texas Food band and the Datta Venkateswara Temple in Mysore, where thousands of destitute people are given free meals regularly.

Sri Swamiji Says 
 Divine Guidance for Devotees

Plant you must saplings and trees;
Save you must nature's strength;
Protect you must the children of the earth;
And be possessed by the creation of the Almighty,

--  Parama Pujya 
Sri Sri Sri Ganapathy
Sachchidananda Swamiji



No person was ever honored 
for what 
he received. 
Honor has been the reward for what he gave.
- Calvin Coolidge, US President 
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