Shree Aniruddha Pournima and Sadguru Paduka Pradan Sohla
The Aniruddha Pournima is the day of the birth of Sadguru Shree Aniruddha – the one to whom millions address their faith. Sadguru Shree Aniruddha Bapu was born on ‘Tripurari Pournima’, 18th November 1956.
Numerous Shraddhavans visited Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram to offer Bilva Patra and holy water to Swayambhagwan Trivikram on the occasion of Tripurari Pournima.
Besides, a grand devotion-filled function was held at Shree Harigurugram. Shraddhavans who attends the function look forward to the extraordinary moment – the darshan of the Sadguru, which he or she cherishes forever. Every Shraddhavan longs for the darshan, love and grace of Sadguru Shree Aniruddha.
Just one look of his, which is overflowing with love and grace, fills their lives with light – the soothing and gentle light that the bhaktas believe will wipe out all darkness. Memories of these moments keep turning every day, every moment of their life into Aniruddha Pournima.
The Paduka Pradan Sohla followed the Aniruddha Pournima, wherein the authorized Upasana Centres were bestowed with new Padukas.
Shraddhavans from the Upasana Centres across the globe gathered at Shree Harigurugram and immersed thoroughly in the Sadguru Bhaktibhav Chaitanya by dancing to their heart’s content to the gajars composed on Sadguru Shree Aniruddha!
Some enjoyed watching everyone dance; some danced in groups, some danced by themselves. Everyone, nonetheless, got immensely drenched in the Sadguru Bhaktibhav Chaitanya!
Shree Vaibhav Lakshmi Poojan Utsav
In the month of Margashirsha, the paramount of sanctity, Shraddhavans also observe the ‘Vaibhavlakshami Vrat’. Goddess Vaibhavlakshami is the Chetana Shakti – the vital force of Bhagwan Mahavishnu. It is Her, who is the Srividya- the basis of the Mahavishnu’s Karya!
The existence of Goddess Lakshami is assured at the Lotus Feet of Parmatma, which means She resides and grants bliss wherever the Lotus Feet of the Parmatma Mahavishnu are worshipped.
As there is but one principle to follow, which is ‘Purity is the only decisive norm’, the five attributes that appeal to Goddess Lakshami are cleanliness, hard work, patience, Bhakti, and donation at virtuous places.
The Vaibhavalakshmi Pooja Ceremony is thus, celebrated at Shree Kshetra Juinagar with great enthusiasm every year. This festival is celebrated on every Friday of the month of Margashirsha. Shraddhavans participate in this poojan in large numbers.
The Vaibhavalakshmi festival which is celebrated at Shree Kshetra Gurukul Juinagar is an Utsav of the Bhaktibhav Chaitanya – the everlasting Devotion Sentience for every Shraddhavan.