Hanuman Jayanti Celebrations at Geeta Ashram

Jai HanumanjiπŸ™πŸ»

We are truly grateful to so many for such a wonderful Hanuman Jayanti Celebration πŸ˜ƒ

Panditji truly recited the Sunderkand Path so beautifully, and the energy was just amazing!

Here are some moments from today!

Hanuman Jayanti @ Geeta Ashram Malaysia

Hanumanji at Geeta Ashram Malaysia

Sundere Sundero Ram Sundere Sunderi Katha Sundere Sunderi Sita Sundere Kim Na Sunderem

– Goswami Tulsidas

Shri Rama is beautiful, Sita is beautiful and everything described or written is beautiful. A beautiful story of Shri Ram Bhakt Hanumanji

πŸ™πŸ» Jai Shree Hanuman πŸ™πŸ»

We would like to invite everyone to join us for Hanuman Jayanthi Celebrations on Saturday, 20th April 2019.

Programme

7.30am: Sankalpa/Invocation prayers for Hanumanji by Yajmans

8.30am: Abhishek of Hanumanji by all devotees present

9.00am: Breakfast

9.30am: Guru Vandhana and Chapter 12 followed immediately with Sunderkand path* & Recitation of Hanuman Chalisa with Samputh path

12.30pm: Bhajans followed with Aarti /Prasad

Prithi Bhojan (lunch) will be served
*Some Background On Sunderkand

Ramayana has been divided into seven sections by Goswami Tulsidas as follows:

  1. Balyakand
  2. Ayodhyakand
  3. Aranyakand
  4. Kishkindhakand
  5. Sunderkand
  6. Lankakand
  7. Utarakand
Sunderkand is the fifth section of the Ramcharitmanas. It is a beautiful, rhythmic verbal description of Sri Hanumanji. The word ‘sunder’ meaning beautiful, handsome, virtuous, and good, appears in 24 chaupai/verses. Sri Hanumanji is the chief character in Sunderkand.

It has been said that after writing Kishkindhakand, Tulsidasji called Hanumanji by performing sadhna (dedicated contemplation, practice), upasana (worship) and aahwan (invocation). Sunderkand was written in the presence of Hanumanji. At the end of writing Sunderkand, Tulsidasji requested Shri Hanumanji to give blessings to devotees who recite Sunderkand by freeing them from worries and problems, which was accepted by Lord Shri Hanumanji.

We would like to invite all to join us for this auspicious prayer this Saturday πŸ™‚

πŸ™πŸ» Jai Shri Hanuman! Jai Shri Ram!
*Copies of the Sunderkand Path (in Hindi and English-romanised text) will be provided at the Ashram, so that all will be able to follow the path.

Shubh Ashtmi and Shubh Ram Navami!

Jai Mata Di πŸ™πŸ»

We would like to wish all devotees a blessed Ashtmi and Ram Navami. May Bhagawan’s blessings always be in abundance πŸ˜ƒ

Do join us today for the last Durga Stuti Path for Vasanth Navratri! Today’s programme will be hosted by Mr & Mrs Vijay Soni and family πŸ™πŸ»

Navratri Day 6 and 7 @ GA

Jai Mata Di.

Sharing some pictures from yesterday and today’s Durga Path.

Ladies in sweet pink, the colour of the day on Thursday πŸ™‚

Devotees taking turns for the Aarti

Day 6, colour theme: royal blue

We would like to thank the hosts, Mrs Bharti Verma and family for Thursday, and GA Navratri Sisters for today’s function.

Looking forward to having everyone join us for Ashtmi tomorrow!

Navratri Day 5 @ GA

Jai Mata Di.

We had a blissful time yesterday. Would like to thank Mr and Mrs Tilak Raj for hosting yesterday πŸ™πŸ» May Matarani’s blessings be upon your family always. Here are some pictures from yesterday..

Matarani always smiling and giving Her blessings

Devotees in Sky Blue

Panditji too joining in the bhajans

We would like to invite everyone to join us today! Today’s Pooja will be hosted by Mrs Bharti Verma and family 🌹

Jai Mata Di πŸ™πŸ»

Day 4 Navratri @ Geeta Ashram

Jai Mata Di πŸ™πŸ»

We had a lovely programme yesterday. We would like to thank the hosts, Mr & Mrs Ramesh Verma for yesterday.

Here’s a short video shared by one of our devotees:

We would like to welcome all to join us for Day 5 today, which will be hosted by Mr & Mrs Tilak Raj. The colour of today is sky blue πŸ˜ƒ

Jai Mata Di πŸ™πŸ»

Durga Stuti Path

Jai Mata Di.

It’s Day 4 of Navratri today! We’ve been mentioning daily that we have been doing the Durga Stuti Path.. but what is the path actually?

Durga Stuti is also known as the Durga Saptashati. It contains 700 verses over 13 chapters, and it describes the glories of Durga Mata and also how to take refuge in Her.

During Navratri, we read not only the path, but also other texts such as the MahΓ€ Kali Stotra, Hanuman Chalisa and many more which as a whole, makes the prayer complete.

We are sharing here today a pdf version of the full Path, from start to end as how we recite in Geeta Ashram. We would like to thank one of our devotees for sharing this with us. Please feel free to download and share!

mata path 1

May Matarani’s blessings be with all.

Looking forward to seeing everyone to day in lovely red at 2pm!

Jai Mata Di πŸ™πŸ»

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