A life time opportunity for the community to lay the foundation of Lord Shiva

Pooja in Mandir

Monday : 10AM – 9PM
Tuesday : 5PM – 9PM
Friday : 6PM – 9PM
Sunday : 10AM – 12 Noon

Maha Shivratri

February 9th to February 13th 2017

Dinner provided by donors every night

Ram Navami

March 17th to March 25th 2017

Holika

March 3rd 2017

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Gayatri Mantra with English Translation

 Om, Bhur, Bhuvah, Svah

Om: The sacred word, word of creation, first word, word of god; (Equivalent of Holy Ghost in trinity) usually used at the beginning of a hymn; Bhur: The physical plane of existence (which is of the nature of 5 elements) Bhuvah: The astral plane of existence (which is of the nature of subtle elements) Svah: The causal plane or celestial plane (plane where the existence is as subtle as ideas or notions, from which creation happens).

Tát savitúr váreṇyaṃ

Tat: That, God, (Equivalent of son, in the Christian Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Ghost) Savitúr : Source of all, creation, supreme reality, Divine illumination (of goddess Savitri or Shakti) Váreṇyaṃ: the foremost, fit to be worshiped, deserving oblations

Bhárgo devásya dhīmahi

Bhárgo: Great spiritual effulgence, Radiant one, one who illumines all Devásya: Godly, divine reality, of divinity, Virtuous and joyous Dhīmahi: We meditate on you; Dhee=intellect; Thus Dhimahi means we focus our intellect on you

Dhíyo yó naḥ pracodáyāt

Dhíyo: Intellect, intelligence, reasoning and discriminating faculty which is a tool for attaining higher wisdom Yo: Who, One is who being prayed, You (supreme one) Nah: Our (intellect) pracodáyāt: Stimulate, Propel towards the higher reality

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