Shri Anjaneya Maha Puja 2017 – less than 24 hours to go!

🙏🏻 Jai Shree Krishna🙏🏻

We are truly excited about tomorrow and would like to invite each and everyone to join us!

Immerse yourself in the magical power and energy of Lord Shri Hanuman the epitome of Bhakti and Shakti!

* Milk offering at 8.30 am

* Continuous chanting of Hanuman chalisa at 10 am

* Diya offering about/before 6pm

Devotees who are unable to experience the full 108 recitations are welcome to attend at any time and be blessed with the brilliance & energetic vibrations of the chanting.

Jai Shri Hanuman! Jai Shri Ram!

On behalf of Management Committee

GEETA ASHRAM MALAYSIA

Shubh Hanuman Jayanti!

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Hanumanji at Geeta Ashram Malaysia

Hanuman Jayanti, which falls on the full moon day (Purnima) of the Hindu lunar month of Chaitra, is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanumanji who is commonly depicted in the form of Vanara in the Ramayana. It is believed that he was born from the boon of Vayu, the wind deity and is the son of Anjana and Kesari. He is also known as the “obstacle remover”. Hanumanji is the only deity who has full control over the planet Shani (Saturn). Hence, Hindus offer him oil and leaves on Saturday so that he would protect them from bad effects of Planet Saturn (Shani) (According to Indian astrology, the problems in one’s life are caused by Planet Saturn).

Lord Hanuman is a shape-shifter with magical powers that allow him to take many forms, move mountains and control the clouds. Even more than his magical power is His devotion to Lord Rama. Lord Rama gave this blessing to him when he rejected to accept any rewards after defeating Ravana. Many people all around the world will fast in honor of Hanumanji and give special offerings to him especially on this auspicious day. In times of trouble, it is a common faith among Hindus to chant the name of Hanumanji or sing his hymn – “Hanuman Chalisa“.

Lord Hanumanji teaches us devotion, humility and reminds us of the unlimited power and strength that lies unused within each and every one of us.

Shubh Hanuman Jayanti to one and all!