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A pure, Satvic, simple and yet supremely sacred way of doing the Navratri Poojan

  The procedure for performing the ‘Navratri Puja’ rituals, as given in the editorial from ‘Dainik Pratyasha’ dated September 14 2017, is given below. This procedure has been provided in both Hindi and Marathi languages. Every Shraddhavaan can perform the Navratri Poojan at home in this manner.     Pratishthapana (installation):    1) Before starting Poojan on the first day of Navratri, a layer of geru (गेरू) should be applied to the

Ambadnya Ishtika Poojan: Notice about offering Chunari

Hari Om,  Several Shraddhavans perform the Ambadnya Ishtika Poojan at their home as prescribed by Sadguru Shree Aniruddha. Shraddhavans offer Chunaris to the Ambadnya Ishtika, that is, Mothi Aai, as a part of the Nitya Poojan. On the day of Punarmilap of the Ambadnya Ishtika, the Chunaris are also to be a part of the Punarmilap.  A few Upasana Centres have enquired about offering blouse pieces to Mothi Aai instead

circumstances

– Amita Chogale, Borivali Once a Shraddhavan faces difficulties, relatives question them about Bapu. They ask about the benefits of attending his discourse. However, a real Shraddhavan is capable of answering these people directly. They have a firm belief that their Bapu is much mightier than their difficulties. In the nick of time, Bapu provides the much-needed support and helps pull the Shraddhavan from the direst circumstances.   Once a

Help

– Yogeshsinh Kamble, Miraj Once a person hands over the reins of one’s life to Sadguru Aniruddha Bapu, he takes over. He looks after them during difficult times. All Bapu devotees can vouch for the fact that he not only gives advance intimation but also gets one to be in a state of preparedness, be it financial, emotional, physical or otherwise. One prepares for it even without knowing it. My

Grace

– Vandanaveera Pednekar, Kandivali The Sadgurutatva remembers all the efforts a Shraddhavan takes on the path of devotion. He ensures that we undertake those efforts so he can create a shield for the future calamities. It could be anything such as writing a notebook of Ramnaam or actions such as donating blood. One’s Sadguru notes such efforts in the bank of good deeds; whenever a calamity strikes, this bank balance