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Sri Hanuman Sahasranamam

  • Nov 17, 2022
Sri Hanuman Sahasranamam

Some Important Life Lessons From Sai Baba

"Be wherever you like, do whatever you choose, remember this well that all what you do is known to Me. I am the Inner Ruler of all and seated in their hearts. I am the mother - origin of all beings - the Harmony of three Gunas, the propeller of all senses, the Creator, Preserver and Destroyer. Nothing will harm him, who turns his attention towards Me, but Maya will lash or whip him who forgets Me. All the insects, ants, the visible, movable and immovable world, is My Body or Form".

"There will never be any dearth or scarcity, regarding food and clothes, in any devotees’ homes. It is my special characteristic, that I always look to, and provide, for the welfare of those devotees, who worship Me whole-heartedly with their minds ever fixed on Me. The form of the Deity should be firmly fixed in the mind. Let all the senses and mind be ever devoted to the worship of the Lord, let there be no attraction for any other thing; fix the mind in remembering Me always, so that it will not wander elsewhere, towards body, wealth and home. Then it will be calm, peaceful and care-free."

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  • 23 Mar'23
    Ram Navami
    • Thursday (01:27 pm)
    • In 1897, Gopalrao Gund proposed holding in Urus as in expression of his gratitude to Baba for having been granted the birth of a son after many childless years. Baba gave HIS permission for the celebration and fixed the day for Ramnavami.
  • 14 Apr'23
    Tamil New Year
    • Friday (01:36 pm)
    • Tamil Puthandu Celebrations will start Early Morning.
  • 01 Jul'23
    GURU PURNIMA - 2023
    • Saturday (12:00 am)
    • Guru Purnima (“ Purnima means full-moon”) is the one which disciples and devotees honor and felicitate their guru and seek his or her special blessing. Although it is of great importance in Sri Naga Sai Temple, perhaps because it is the only festival which Baba asked us to celebrate.
  • 24 Oct'23
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    • Tuesday (01:35 pm)
    • Vijayadashami in celebrated throughout India, under different names and with regional variations, as the victory of good over evil. For Sai devotees, it is venerated as the holy day that their beloved Gurudeva(Saibaba) attained mahasamadhi (also known as Punyatithi) and is a big festival in Sri Naga Sai Temple.

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Annadanam is supreme and incomparable to any charity. Food is the basic requirement for all humans. Thus according to Vedas, the one who does annadanam to devotees, attains heaven (PunyaLoka) in this Universe (Brahmanda) itself.

Deivathiru N.Swamiyammal, Mother of Thiyagi S.N Sundarambal always believed  serving spiritual seekers and monks is utmost important. The most beautiful expression of this is the Annadanam – the sacred offering of food.” 
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Simple & Humble Thiyagi S.N Sundarambal

Several freedom fighters from Tiruppur and Coimbatore districts fought for the nation’s cause during the British era. But statues of only two of them have been erected in Tiruppur city. One of them is ‘Tiruppur’ Kumaran, also known as ‘Kodi Kaatha’ Kumaran, who is among the most celebrated freedom fighters from the region.

The other is the “simple and humble” SN Sundarambal, who didn’t step back from the frontline of the movement even when nursing a newborn. Sundarambal was born in Veerapandi in Tiruppur on October 7, 1913, and her father, Natchimuthu Goundar, was a Maniyakkar (local leader) and Mother Mrs.Swamiyammal.Despite being from a rich family, she was interested in social service and the freedom struggle. She used to participate in public meetings organised by the Congress Party in the city, and during one such meeting in 1928, when she was 15 years old, Mahatma Gandhi requested the public to donate to the party to fight the British rule. Sundarambal climbed the stage and offered her gold bangles to the great leader.

Gandhiji smiled at her and told " donating gold isn’t enough" and asked her to join the non-violent resistance for Indian Independence and also asked her to wear khadi instead of British-made clothes,” and this made Sundarambal wear khadi clothes for the rest of her life.

Sundarambal went on to participate in several protests during the freedom struggle,and during the Satyagraha protest in 1941, she was arrested along with her newborn son and jailed in the Vellore Prison for three months. The next year, Mahatma Gandhi launched the ‘Quit India Movement’, during which she participated in non-violent demonstrations against the British government, and was arrested and sent to the Vellore Prison again, this time for seven months.

In 1943, Sundarambal organised a large-scale demonstration in Tiruppur against the British government, and was again arrested and jailed for three months. “Going to prison never bothered her,” After Independence she took an active interest in ensuring farmers’ welfare in the district, and organized many protests for them.

In the early 1970s too, she was arrested and jailed several times, and after meeting the renowned social reformer Vinoba Bhave, she started an orphanage at Angeripalayam in Tiruppur. Sundarambal passed away on August 20, 2007. She was married and had two sons, both of them had already passed away in Tiruppur.

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