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CIRCULAR NO:02/2018-2019
21st August, 2018

Prayerful Salutations at the Lotus Feet of Divine Mother, Devi Sree Ramambika.

MAHA SAMADHI DAY OF DIVINE MOTHER SREE TARA DEVI.
  (TUESDAY, 4TH SEPTEMBER, 2018)

Blessed Souls,

By  the  Grace  and  Blessings  of  Divine  Mother  Devi  Sree  Ramambika, It  has  been   decided   to   observe   the   Sacred   Maha   Samadhi   Day   of Divine    Mother   Sree Tara Devi,   on  Tuesday   the  4th  September, 2018  with the following programmes in Shakthinagar:

P R O G R A M M E

Monday, 3rd September 2018
09.00 AM – 09.30 AM    Invocatory prayer in Matrunilayam.
   
Tuesday, 4th September 2018 – MAHA SAMADHI DAY
06.00 a.m. - 07.00 a.m. Sree Ramambika Suprabhatham, Arathi & Dhyanam.
09.30 a.m. - 10.00 a.m. Smarananjali in Matrunilayam.
11.00 a.m. - 12.00 noon Sree Lalitha Sahasranama Archana and Mangalaarathi.
 01.00 p.m.    Samaradhana.
03.30 p.m. -  04.00 p.m.  Mass meditation at Sree Tara Devi Dhyana Mandir.
04.30 p.m. - 05.00 p.m. Silent Prayer.
04.50 p.m. Maha Samadhi Time.
05.00 p.m. - 06.00 p.m        Bhajans and Mangalaarathi.

Blessed brothers and sisters, let us gather in Shaktinagar  for the observance of Maha Samadhi Day of Divine Mother Sree Tara Devi in the bond of Divine friendship and to imbibe the all healing, all elevating and all blissful Divine Vibrations emanating from the most sacred Shrines of Devi Sree Ramambika and Divine Mother Sree Tara Devi.

Celebrations of Advent Day of Divine Mother Sree Tara Devi on the 20th July and Sacred Guru Poornima on 27th July recorded a grand success by the Grace and blessings of Divine Mother, Devi Sree Ramambika. Shaktinagar was vibrant with Divine Mother’s Presence during the celebrations.

“Thara and I, we are one; you should not have any doubt at any time.” Said Divine Mother Sree Rama Devi.  Divine Mother Sree Tara Devi is the Avatar of Supreme Shakthi. Elevation to Guru’s real nature in the case of Sree Tara Devi is the unfolding of Her Godhood Consciousness as Devi Sree Lalithambika extolled in the “Durga Saptashathi”.  Only the Avatars of Supreme Shakti, possess the Eswara Bhava, the Godhood Consciousness.  Divine Mother Sree Rama Devi made it clear that one who possesses the Iswara Bhava alone becomes Jagadguru. Iswara Bhava is the overlordships of entire creation.  In the renowned Bhagavadgeetha Lord Krishna’s Iswara Bhava is evident all along the great discourse.  Apart from the powers transmitted to Her by Divine Mother, what marks Divine Mother Sree Tara Devi is an Avatar of Supreme, is Her Godhood consciousness, infinite compassion, Divine Bhavas and Her effortless plunges into Samadhis are not seen even in the greatest of Sages and Saints.

Poornima means full moon.  Guru Poornima means fullest manifestation of Guru’s Grace.  Guru’s Grace lights the sadhaka’s mind, intellect, and heart with the light of joy, peace, knowledge and bliss.  Guru Poornima signifies a lofty theme of spiritual import namely the sanctity of relationship between the Guru and disciple. 

Guru is Brahma, Guru is Vishnu, Guru is Maheswara and Guru is the all transcendent absolute.  Prostrations to the Guru.  This opening verse in the Guru Geetha expounds in a nutshell the Guru tatwa and the operative grace of the Gurushakthi in the spiritual aspirant.  To walk in the direction of God the pilgrim needs light and support.  By initiation, spoken words and silent ministration, Mother has set us on the higher life, a path that leads to peace and bliss eternal.  To feel the ever-present grace of the guru, to intuit the presiding Power and the Presence of the Guru, our minds should be tuned through remembrance, devotional dependence and discipline of mediations.  This inwardisation of the mind is the essence of sadhana.

Divine Mother Says, “Mothers Words are eternal, coming from the source Supreme, capable of dispelling your illusions, inherited vasnas and egoism.  Those words are with you forever, reminding of your duty, guiding in your sadhana, leading you to purification and enlightenment.  Lt these Words echo in your ears, sink in your consciousness and become part of your being, sustaining as the guiding wisdom and saving power.  Faith in the Guru Vakya, love and loyalty to the Guru and the path, these are ornaments of beauty that adorn a sadhaka and sadsishya.  Mother has made the path pleasant and painless.  Tread the path with joy, confidence and courage remaining eternally related to Divine Mother of the Universe.  Remember that Guru’s Word is Veda Vakya.  Have the bodha that Guru and God are one.  With ananya bhakthi single minded devotion to the Guru and His words attain liberation.”

It is our soulful prayers to Divine Mother Devi Sree Ramambika to bless all Humanity so that peace pervades the entire Universe.

With fraternal regards,
Yours in the Cause of Mission,

(A.M. DEVAIAH)
SECRETARY

Please Note:

Rice will be distributed to Registered Charitable Institutions-Orphanages, Old age homes etc. in honour of the sacred Maha Samadhi Day of Divine Mother Sree Tara Devi.

Special Programmes:-

  • Onam – Festival of Kerala devotees – Saturday, 25th August, 2018.
  • Sree Krishna Janmashtami on Sunday, the 2nd September, 2018.
  • Sree  Ganesh Chathurthi on Thursday, the 13th September, 2018. Mahaganapathy Homa contribution ₹ 100/-.
  • Sankashti – Ranga Pooja – Sunday, the 28th September, 2018.
  • Navarathri Mahotsava – Wednesday, 10th October 2018 to Friday, 19th October, 2018.

Contributions to the following are welcome:

Sr.No.
Description
Cost
1
Shaswath  Samaradhana.
₹ 25,000/-
2
Mahaprasad Sarva Seva (Samaradhana, Alankara, Appa,Trikala, Archana, and whole day food expenses.)
₹ 10,000/-
3
Sarva Seva(Samaradhana, Alankara, Appa,Trikala, Archana).
₹ 5,000/-
4
Samaradhana
₹ 2,500/-
5
Pushpalankara
₹ 2,000/-
6
Thailabhishekam – Special Offering
₹ 2,000/-
7
Shaswatha Pooja - Once in a year on a specified day
₹ 400/-
8
Ranga Pooja
₹ 750/-
9
Payasa Naivedyam
₹ 300/-
10
Flower Seva
₹ 250/-
11
Trikala Pooja
₹ 150/-
12
Alankara Pooja.
₹ 150/-
13
Appa Naivedyam to Shree Maha Ganapathy
₹ 150/-
14 Sree Lalitha Ashtothara Archana ₹  50/-
15 Thailabhishekam - contribution ₹  50/-
16 Nitya Pooja (Postage Extra) ₹  10/-
17
Ghee Lamp
₹  10/-
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