Before 50 years ago in the year 1972 February, the two biggest lawyers of Birbhum, Prabhat Babu and Shyamal Babu, invited Swamiji to make Puja of Saraswati in a nearby village. The name of the village is Rajkusum. At that time there was no Pacca Road to the village, only […]
Swamiji, you say please forgive ‘ksamasya’ at the end of every puja. From whom are you asking for forgiveness and for what reason? 🙏🏼🌺 We are asking God to forgive us for ending the worship. We recite the mantra with the mudra, picking up the flower from the yantra and putting it back to our […]
Shree Maa and Swami Satyananda invite everyone to join them online for Maha Shiva Ratri on March 11th, starting at 5:00 PM PST on our Zoom Broadcast which you can join by following this link: Join Maha Shiva Ratri Broadcast Not only will Shree Maa and Swamiji lead us in four Pujas throughout the night, […]
Step by step Puja instructions for the Beginner Shiva Puja Book The Shiva Puja “Pu” means merit, and “JA” means to give birth. Therefore, Puja is that which gives birth to merit. In our tradition, the highest merit is the privilege to sit in the presence of God. Puja is an ancient system of worship […]
In the Lalita Sahasranama Stotram, we sing the praises of the Goddess Lalita and her divine qualities. By chanting the names of Lalita, we are granted spiritual clarity and intense love for Divine Mother. The chanting of the Lalita Sahashranama, the Thousand Names of Lalita Devi, brings us great fruit. The Chanter becomes a shining light in […]
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Which deity is the Supreme Divinity? The Divine Mother or Father? How can one decide whether to dedicate all their efforts to propitiate the Divine Mother, Vishnu, Shiva, or Ganesha? The list of possibilities is so long! Please shed some light on this matter. The Divine Mother and Divine Father are inseparably connected; in fact, no […]
Why is Goddess Dhumvati depicted as the Goddess of misfortune, poverty, death, destruction, quarrels, or as being hungry and thirsty, etc? (The iconography is quite contradictory to all the other bejeweled and bedecked Goddesses one normally comes across in the Hindu pantheon.) Dhumavati is shown as the Goddess of misfortune, poverty, death, destruction, quarrels, or […]
Do Gurus see the faults of the disciples when they come to their shelter? What pre-requisites does a guru require in a student? Do they offer guidance to the saint & sinner alike? Can anyone come to the Gurus basically? Sometimes I feel, not enough, why do they still keep shining their grace on me? […]
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