ll Hari Om ll Shree Moolark Ganesh Shree Moolark Ganesh in Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram As shared in yesterday’s post, today, i.e. on the day of the Angaraki Chaturthi of the Adhik Maas (month), Bapu installed the divine, siddha (equipped with matchless capacities) and svayambhu(self-existent) Shree Moolark Ganesh at Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram. Today onwards, every Shraddhavaan may avail of the darshan of the Shree Moolark Ganesh during regular hours of darshan.
ll Hari Om ll Shree Moolarka Ganesh Today Parampoojya Bapu gave us the follwing jap of the Shree Moolarka Ganesh at Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram: Om Gam Ganapate Shreemoolaarka Ganapate Varvarada Shreeaadhaar Ganeshaaya Namah Sarvavighnaan Naashay Sarvasiddhim Kuru Kuru Svaahaa ll (ॐ गं गणपते श्रीमूलार्कगणपते वरवरद श्रीआधारगणेशाय नमः सर्वविघ्नान् नाशय सर्वसिद्धिं कुरु कुरु स्वाहा ।।) All Shraddhaavaan bhaktas present at the time recited the jap along
Shree Moolarka Ganesh Shree Moolarka Ganesh Sthapana – Today, i.e. Monday will see the culmination of the rites and recitation required to be performed before the installation (sthapana) of the Shree Moolarka Ganesh. Bapu will then install the Shree Moolarka Ganesh at a time he decides fit. It is not certain yet when exactly Bapu will do it. All we Shraddhavaans can do, is wait in eagerness. The moment
ll Hari Om ll The Shree Mandar Ganesh is a siddha (equipped with matchless capacities and powers) and swayambhu (self-existent) manifestation of Shree Ganesh. It is also known as the Shree Moolarka Ganesh or the Shree Shwetaarka Ganesh. At present sacred rites and poojan in accordance with the vedas and essential to receive in welcome / install the Shree Maandaar Ganesh are being offered at the Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram.
12 Shree Baanlinga and 3 Shaaligraam On Friday, 31st August 2012, late evening at 8.45 PM, Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) arrived at Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram. He had carried with Him, 12 Shree Baanlinga made of crystal and representative of the 12 Jyotirlinga. He kept these in a platter (taamhan) which He placed on the Dharmaasan. One of these Baanlinga, of a colour different from the others, is also larger in size compared
Hari Om Dear Friends, I am very happy to see an overwhelming response to my post ‘Balancing Bhakti and Personal Commitments – How Bapu Teaches Us‘. I am publishing some of the comments and views on this blog post. 1) devendra said… Hari Om Dada, It was also explained by Swapnilsinh in the Aadhiweshan that Bapu likes Salman Khan, Bapu also said that God Tussi Great Ho…..is one of the favorite
Hari Om Dear Friends Salman Khan in Dabangg I’m sure you are going to find this post different from the ones I have posted earlier… but, at the same time, very interesting too!! Yesterday night, around 25 of us went to watch the movie “Ek Tha Tiger” along with Bapu (Aniruddhasinh), Aai and Dada. Although the movie per se was average, Bapu (Aniruddhasinh), Aai, Dada and everyone of us thoroughly enjoyed
Aniruddha Bapu Videos YouTube Channel We have renamed our YouTube Channel as Aniruddha Bapu Videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/manasamarthyadatavid?feature=g-all-u) recently. All the Shraddhavan Bapu bhaktas are pleased and happy after they have subscribed to this Channel as so many audio-visual anubhavs are available for them at any given moment of time. We have also launched 2 Google Sites where all the anubhav videos on the YouTube Channel have been featured together, separated language-wise in 7
ll Hari Om ll As I settled down today morning to read the newspaper, I was disappointed to read the news item, which said that Lance Armstrong, who was regarded as a legend, having successfully fought cancer and won seven Tour de France titles, had been found guilty of using banned substances during his career by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). Not only has he been banned for life, but
Unconditional Compassion of Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) Yesterday, Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) came to Shri Harigurugram after a gap of two Thursdays. As we all know Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) is in the midst of his Upasana which commenced on the first day of the holy month of Shraavan (Shraavan Shuddha Pratipada) and which would conclude on the day of Dassera. In the course of his discourse he dwelt upon the subject of how the world that we are born