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12 Oct 2017

ஸ்ரீமத் பாகவத ஸ்ப்தாஹம் & பாராயணம் – கும்பகோணம் – 18-10-2017 முதல் 25-01-2017 வரை

ஸ்ரீ ஸ்ரீ அண்ணாவின் ஸ்ரீமத் பாகவத ஸ்ப்தாஹம் & பாராயணம் கும்பகோணத்தில் 18-10-2017 முதல் 25-01-2017 வரை.

பத்திரிக்கை இணைக்கபட்டுள்ளது.
05 Jul 2017

ப்ரம்மோத்ஸவம் 2017

நிகழ்ச்சி நிரல்

நாள் காலை இரவு
ஆகஸ்டு 14 த்வஜாரோஹணம் ஜனனோத்ஸவம்
சேஷவாஹனம்
ஆகஸ்டு 15 நந்தோத்ஸவம் உரியடி
ஆகஸ்டு 16 மாடு மேய்த்தல்
வனபோஜனம்
ஸிம்மவாஹணம்
ஆகஸ்டு 17 கோவிந்த பட்டாபிஷேகம்
அன்னகூடம்
ஹனுமந்த வாஹனம்
ஆகஸ்டு 18 தான லீலை கருட வாஹனம் (பெருமாள்)
ஆகஸ்டு 19 கோலாஹலன் கருடஸேவை யானை வாஹனம்
ராஸ லீலை
ஆகஸ்டு 20 திருக்கல்யாணம் முத்துப்பல்லாக்கு
ஆகஸ்டு 21 பல்லாக்கு குதிரை வாஹனம்
நிகுஞ்ஜோத்ஸவம்
ஆகஸ்டு 22 ரதோத்ஸவம் தீர்த்தவாரி
ஆகஸ்டு 23 விடையாத்தி
தினந்தோறும் உத்ஸவத்தில் கோவிந்தசதகம் பஜனையும், ப்ரவசனமும் திவ்யநாம கீர்த்தனமும், அஷ்டபதி, திவ்யப்ரபந்த அபங்கபஜனையும் நடைபெறும்.

Schedule

Date Morning Evening
14th Aug Dwajarohanam Jananothsavam
15th Aug Nandothsavam Uriyadi
16th Aug Madu Meithal
Vanabojanam
Simhavahanam
17th Aug Govinda Pattabishegam
Annakooda Utsavam
Hanumantha Vahanam
18th Aug Dhana Leela Garuda Seva (Perumal)
19th Aug Kolahalan Garuda Sevai Yaanai Vahanam
Raasa Leela
20th Aug Thirukalyanam Muthu Pallakku
21st Aug Pallakku Kudhirai Vahanam
Nikunjothsavam
22nd Aug Rathothsavam Theerthavaari
23rd Aug Vidayathi

 

06 Jun 2017

Kolahalan Wari – 3rd July 2017

Date: 3rd July 2017 – 4 AM.

Venue: Sri Sankara Mutt, Villupuram to Paranur

This year will be fourth year of similar event like 2014, 2015 and 2016, Yet, the main difference will be ….

Sri Sri Anna Ha Sardara Pandari… Namacha Bazar

The purpose is to demonstrate simple bhakthi of namasankeertan and to follow Bhagavatha Dharma.

There is no agenda to Replicate Pandari Wari, which of course is an inspiration to many of Sri Sri Anna Devotees.

However let us review the identicalities and importance of this Kolahala Wari:

  • It is on Ashada Ekadasi day that Sri Radhika Ramana Bhaktha Kolahalan came to Sri Sri Anna
  • Sri Sri Anna releases Kolahalan’s Brahmotsavam Programme on this Ashada Ekadasi day.
  • Like Sri Mavuli Gyaneswar Sri Sri Anna was also born on Krishna Janmashtami day.

The uniqueness is therefore is not the numbers but significance like Sri Gyaneswar leading HIS bhakthas to meet His Mother Vittal, the same Sri Sri Anna will be leading us with Prema Bhakthi to meet Sri Bhaktha Kolahalan.

We will be walking with our Guru to see Kolahalan, Hence the name Kolahala Wari.

We will be joining Sri Sri Anna in that pursuit and do it as Seva. You are invited to this grand festival of Sant Samagamam

 


Definition of Wari:

Mavuli Sant Shreshta Nivrthidas Sri Gyaneswar Maharaj defines a Varkari as a noble person who has surrendered his body/ mind/karma and life too in the service of Lord Vittala. He has hence no deal to make or nothing to SEEK except for repeated opportunity to serve him or HIS devotees.

काय  वाचा आिण…मन–जीव सव’सव–उदार
बापरक़ख़ुमादवीवरु–विठ॒ठलाचा–वारिकर

Concept of Wari

The PANDHARPUR WARI is distinct from all other forms of pilgrimages like the ‘yatra’ in a variety of ways. To begin with, it is a collective form of BHAKTI (worship) often undertaken as an extension of family tradition. It has a predetermined scheduled and route and has no purpose other than sheer worship.

The ‘yatra’ on the under hand is undertaken by individuals at their convenience to a variety of deities for personal reasons. Participating in the WARI is its own reward and Panduranga the lone object of worship.

The WARI is a microcosm of the vast sects, sub-sects, castes and trades that go into the making of the state of Maharastra – as men, women, young and old people from all walks of life, age and socio-economic status walk alongside each other, never for a moment being aware of their differences or status.

Most unconventional is the belief that the Lord Vithhal awaits this meeting with his devotees (bhaktas), lead by Sri Mavuli Gyaneswar Maharaj Himself.

The eagerness to meet Lord Vitthal and the repetitive chanting of Gyanoba  Tukaram / RAM-KRISHNA-HARI refrain during the walk are unifying bonds among different peoples all termed WARKARIS. No other rituals dot the WARIKARI horizon unlike in the ‘yatra’ where host of rites and rituals are prescribed and have to be adhered to.

In short, WARI is synonymous with annual pilgrimage on foot to PANDHARPUR and the WARKARI refers to the ardent devotee of Lord Vitthal.

The WARKARI SAMPRADAYA (sect) considers all the EKADASHIs (the eleventh days after waxing and waning of the moon) as especially auspicious. Even among these are considered more significant the Aashaadhi (June-July) and Kartiki (November-December) Ekadashis. These Ekadashis coincide with the new-moon fortnights. That is when PANDHARPUR WARI is undertaken in Maharashtra.

Besides these, two more WARIs viz the Chaitra (or spring – first lunar month) and Maghi (eleventh month of the Hindu lunar calendar) Ekadashis are also deemed to be important. The latter two are particularly attended by devotees from neighbouring Karnataka.

Unique Features of The Wari :

In the WARI participant WARKARIS are undaunted by natural impediments (rain or shine, winds and darkness) and hardships of the walk. This is because of their faith and conviction that they would be able to meet their Lord (Vitthal) since MAULI is by their side, caring and guiding them through this pilgrimage. While on the WARI some faithfuls do not consume even a drop of water during the day.

The Wari Tradition

The WARI tradition dates back into times. Saint Dnyaneshwar’s great grandfather – Trymbakpant Kulkarni – used to walk the WARI from his native Apegaon to Pandharpur. Saints Dnyaneshwar, Namdev, Sawta Mali, Chokhoba and Tukaram used to participate in the WARI in their own life times. The WARI could hence be treated as a confluence of the practitioner saints and proponents of the BHAGWAT DHARMA.

The tradition of the present ‘PALKHI SOHALA’ (literally WARI of festivities) can be traced to the year 1685 around 36 years after Saint Tukaram attained divinity (1649). It was initiated by Taponidhi Narayan Maharaj Dehukar, son of saint Tukaram. The ‘PADUKAs’ of Saint Tukaram would be carried over to Alandi where along with the ‘PADUKAs’ of Saint Dnyaneshwar they would form the WARI inching towards Pandharpur to meet their Lord Vitthal (God). The common chants / refrains of “Dnyanoba – Tukaram” that one hears in the PALKHI were initiated by Taponidhi Narayan Maharaj Dehukar. The practise of the PADUKAS jointly leaving for Pandharpur from Alandi continued for close to 150 years.

Pundilika Varadhe, Hari Vittal

Gyanba, Tukkaram

Jai Sri Sathguru Premikendra Maharaj Ki.. Jai

Jai Panduranga Hari, Jai Vasudeva Hari.

24 Apr 2017

ஶ்ரீ ஶ்ரீ அண்ணா – ஶ்ரீ ராமானுஜ வைபவம் – காஞ்சிபுரம்


ஶ்ரீ ஶ்ரீ அண்ணா – ஶ்ரீ ராமானுஜ வைபவம்

சப்தாஹ விவரங்கள்

நாள் – 24 ஏப்ரல் 2017 முதல் 01 மே 2017 வரை
நேரம் – மாலை 3 முதல் 5 வரை
இடம் – ஶ்ரீ க்ருஷ்ணப்ரேமி ஸ்வாமிகள் வேதகாம பாடசாலை – வடக்கு வீதி, காஞ்சிபுரம்
09 Apr 2017

ஶ்ரீ ராமானுஜ யாத்திரை – 24-04-2017 @ காஞ்சிபுரம்


ஶ்ரீ ராமானுஜ யாத்திரை

காஞ்சிபுரம் ராமனுஜ வைபவம் முதல் நாள்ள் 24-04-2017 அன்று காலை 5.30 புறப்பட்டுறப்பட்டு அனைத்து காஞ்சி திவ்ய தேசங்கள், கூரம் சேவித்துக்கொண்டு ஶ்ரீ அண்ணா பாடசாலை திரும்புதல்.

27 Mar 2017

Rama Navami Uthasavam @ Senganur Between 3rd April to 6th April

  • Ashtapathi Bajan from 03/04
  • 04/04 – Evening 8 PM – Premika Sampradaya Divyanamam
  • 05/04 – 8 AM – 12 PM – Unjavrithi/Seetha Kalyana Mahotsavam
  • 05/04 – 4 to 6 PM – Upanyasam by Sri Sri Anna
  • 05/04 – 6 PM – Vasantha Madhava Uthsavam
  • 05/04 – 8 PM to 06/04 – Early Morning – Vasantha Kelikkai & Pavvalimbu
  • 06/04 – 6 AM – Konangi Dasar Anjenaya Uthsavam