Hanuman Jayanti - 15th April 2014
Hanuman Jayanti falls on Chaitra Shukla Purnima (March/April). Hanumanji is a great devotee and an exceptional Brahmachari. He is humble, brave and wise. He possesses all the divine virtues.
Hanumanji was born to Anjani, the wife of Kesari Vanar the king of the monkeys, as result of number of divine events. Longing for a son, Anjani performed penance to please Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva was pleased with Anjani's penance and gave her darshan. He blessed Anjani and then asked her to pray to Vayu Dev god of the wind. Vayu Dev was pleased and granted Anjani a Son.
At the same time, the King of Ayodhya; Dashrath, was also performing a yagna in order to obtain sons. Vashista Muni was invited to this yagna and instructed King Dasrath to share the prashad amongst his three wives equally...
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Maharaj's Descendancy..Our Dharmakul 11th-13th April 2014
Bal Yuvak Mandal 16th Anniversary
Shree Kutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple Kenton Harrow will be celebrating there 16th Bal Yuvak Mandal anniversary. This year, we will be going back to 'Maharaj's Descendacy... Our Dharmakul'. Mahima of Dharmakul is mentioned in many scriptures, such as Vachnamrut, Satsangi Jivan, Bhaktchintamni, Purshottam Prakash and others. Please come and join us from 11th April 2014 to 13th April 2014 during the evenings from 7pm onwards on all three days. Watch the video and click on the poster for more details.
Ramnavmi & Shree Swaminarayan Jayanti - 8th April 2014
This is one of the most auspicious days in the Hindu calendar. Two incarnations of Lord Narayan were incarnated on earth on this very day in the form of Lord Shree Ram and Lord Swaminarayan.
On the ninth day of the first fortnight of chaitra, in the early rising of the punarvasu constellation in the sky at noon Lord Ram was born to Kaushalya and King Dashrath of Ayodhya.
On the same night in Samvat 1837 Chaitra Sud Navmi. It was 10:10pm, on this auspicious moment of time no other normal child was born, but Almighty God Supreme had taken birth. He was born in the house of Bhaktimata and Dharmadev in Chappaiya, a village in Northern India.
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