Sandipani Vidyaniketan’s divine Shri Hari Mandir will celebrate Mahashivratri on Friday, 21 February 2020 by performing laghurudra abhishek on Shri Chandramauleshwar Bhagwan (Lord Shiv). There will also be a homatwak laghurudra abhishek from 8am – 1pm. Later in the evening of Friday, 21 February, from 4:30pm – 8pm devotees will be able to do darshan…Read More
There is so much mistrust everywhere: mistrust in business, family, relationships etc. At the same time, there are so many temples of Lord Shiv but where is the trust that is symbolised by Lord Shiv? It looks like Lord Shiv is absent in the form of trust in every relationship. Then how will peace prevail?…Read More
The idol installed in a temple becomes an abode of faith for us. We pray in front of this deity, God, and ask for our various desired to be fulfilled. We pray with the faith that God will take care of our well-being. The results we get depend upon our faith and understanding. What is…Read More
MahaShivratri Sandesh – What do Nandi, Tortoise, Hanumanji, Ganeshji, symbolise in the temple of Lord Shiv?
Maha Shivratri, the night of worship of Lord Shiv, is celebrated on the 14th night of the new moon during the dark half of the month of Phalguna according to the Hindu calendar. One reason for this celebration is the incarnation of Lord Shiv in the form of Jyotirlinga from the absolute formless God. Let…Read More
In the Shrimad Bhagavat, Shri Shankar Bhagavan has been referred to as ‘Vaishnavaanaam yathaa Shambhuhu‘, meaning, Shri Ved Vyas ji has described Lord Shankar Bhagavan as a Vaishnav. This is perfectly true because our Bhole Baba is the leader of the path to devotion (bhakti). Remember, Shri Ram katha was first and foremost narrated by…Read More