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26 Jan 2017

ஶ்ரீமத் பாகவதம் – கடையநல்லூர் – ஶ்ரீ ஹரிஜி, ஶ்ரீ ரங்கஜி, ஶ்ரீமதி விசாகா ஹரி

ஶ்ரீமத் பாகவதம் – கடையநல்லூர் – ஶ்ரீ ஹரிஜி, ஶ்ரீ ரங்கஜி, ஶ்ரீமதி விசாகா ஹரி

31 ஜனவரி முதல் 6 பிப்ரவரி வரை.

பத்திரிக்கை இணைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.

 

18 Jan 2017

Lakshmi Narayana Perumal Theerthavari @ Paranur

Lakshmi Narayana Perumal Theerthavari @ Paranur

Jai Sri Madhuri Ramana! Jai Sri Radhika Ramana !

Thai Theppotsavam” is widely conducted in many Kshetrams. Theppotsavam for our Sri Bhakthakolahalan falls on the 5th day of the auspicious ‘Thai’ month.

Theerthavari :

Many were waiting at the break of dawn having gathered around the Dhwajastambam to have Sri Sri Anna’s first darshanam for the day. Sri Sri came out of Bhavukaranam while the doors of the majestic Rajagopuram were opened. Sri Sri proceeded to Kolahalan kovil for Prabhodanam. Kolahalan and Radhai were wrapped in blue shawls.

At sharp 8 a.m, Sri Sri Anna went to Perumal Kovil where Alankaram for Perumal and Ubhaya nachiyars were going on. Perumal and the Thayars were beautifully decorated and Deeparadhai was shown. Perumal wore a light off-white colored vashtram with His crown decorated with jasmine garlands. The Ubhaya nachiyars wore pink and blue respectively, beautifully decorated with stone-studded pinnal. Purappadu started and reached the Rajagopuram. The Virudavali (Virudavali by Devas to Perumal, before Vritrasura Yuddham: Srimad Bhagavatam VI-9) was chanted and Sri Sri was much immersed in the Stuthi throughout. Following this, Sri Sri Anna started the “Govindha Govindha” naamam and Perumal raced through the streets very quickly to reach the Theerthavari mantapam! The Sthapanam started right away and Sri Sri Anna went to the Aathangarai. People were quick to follow and Sri Sri sat casually on the sands with the kids and asked them to play there. The kids who are well used to playing with Kolahalan during Maadumeythal Utsavam, were so happy. Sri Sri enjoyed seeing them play and gave instructions to them. Sri Sri returned right on time when the Sthapanam was about to end. While namavalis were sung, the screen was opened for the Abhishekam to commence. Seeing our Perumal sans ornaments is a beautiful anubhavam, with the shankachakram, gadhai and Abhaya hastam clearly visible. The weapons looked more like His oranaments, lightly clutched to His hands. Sri Sri performed the Thirumanjanam amidst Purusha Sookta chanting. This was followed by Alankaram, Poojai, Saatrumurai and theertham. Sri Sri placed the Sri Shataari for everyone. After the prasadams were given, Perumal started from there and reached the temple, Poojai was performed followed by Vishramanam.

Upanyasam:

At around 3 pm, Sri Andal Charitram Upanyasam by Gomatam. Sri Mukundachari started as a conclusion for the Dhanurmaasa Thiruppavai Upanyasams, combining Vaishanava Samhitai and Paasurams, ending with Andal Kalyanam. Sri Sri sat on the other thinnai of Perumal Kovil enjoying the Upanyasam and went once to inspect the Theppam, which was meticulously built. Sri Sri performed the Anugraha Bhashanam at the end highlighting the importance of Kainkaryam, whose excerpt is as below:

“Vachika kainkaryam is being done by Sri Mukundachari every Dhanurmaasam to Sri BhakthaKolahalan. To do such Kainkaryam, one must never hesitate to rightfully ask and get it. Every day in the month of Maargazhi, Thiruppavai Upanyasam was done and it ends with Andal Kalyanam today. If there is one thing that is greater than Prema Bhakthi, it is the Kainkarya nishtai. Once seeing Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsar in a great Bhaava samadhi, Ma Sharada to whom He was Guru, Deivam and Bharta, requested Him to share with her, a small part of the greater bliss that He was going through, to which Sri Paramahamsar replied that there was nothing He had, that couldn’t be shared with Sharadamma. The next day, Sharadamma attained the Anubhooti and was in Nishtai for hours together. Seeing this, one of her disciples cooked for Paramahamsa and packed them in a carrier and placed in His room. At night, when Saradamani devi came out of her nishtai and went to Pramahasar’s place to offer her Pranaams, she was startled to notice that the tiffen carrier was still heavy. Seeing this she prayed to Him that she should never get such Bhava samadhis ever again and that she should always be engaged in Kainkaryam. In every other Kshetram, Adhyayanotsavam ends with Nammazhwar Moksham. Only for our Kolahalan, Adhyayanotsavam ends with Kalyanam.”

Upanyasam was followed by Poojai. Sri Sri started off the Sahasranamam and went to perform Alankaram for Kolahalan.

Theppam:

Right away after Sahasranamam, Kolahalan purappadu started. Words always fall short to describe His purappadu. Kolahalan emerged in a pink colored winter-vasthram over His peethambaram, adorned with thick garlands along with Radhai. He reached the Naalu-Kaal mantapam, and the Virudavali was rendered by all devotees followed by Vijayapanchakam. Sri Sri walked before Kolahalan, halting here and there, waiting for Him. The Theppam was beautifully decorated, its tower adorned with photos of Muralidaran and many other rare photos of Kitta-radhai. The background of the center stage where Kolahalan was seated had a lovely painting of Kitta with Gopis. Across the trees were colorful serial bulbs glowing, beautifying the whole arena. Awaiting Kolahalan’s arrival, the residents had already started floating deepams in the water.

Kolahalan carefully emerged forth to ascend the decorated Theppam. Sri Sri Anna instructed the Nadhaswara group to enter the Theppam, did deeparadanai and sat on the steps, admiring everything around. Kolahalan enjoyed the colorful fireworks that lit the sky and started to move gently in the Theppam which was beautified much by the moon light. The reflection of the illuminated theppam in the placid waters and the fireworks presented a spectacular sight against the night sky. Sri Sri enjoyed the kritis played in Nadaswaram during the first 2 rounds. Sri Sri Anna along with Sri Sri Manni went into the Theppam for the 3rd round. Sri Sri Manni, along with Smt.Subhadra sang the Nauka songs from Radhika Shatakam –

“Nandabala hare Nandabala, -Sharadambare, Yaati sakhi hamsa nauka”

and the 3rd round came to end. Sri Sri Anna showed deeparadanai and gave prasadams to Kainkaryaparaals of the Theppam. Kolahalan started off towards temple and huge coconut was broken before Kolahalan and Sri Sri to ward off all evil eyes. While returning near Sadhu baba mandapam, the Nadaswaram played Sri Sri Anna’s kriti “Govindha Krishna Nandabala”, which was much enjoyed by Sri Sri as well as everyone.

The day ended with early Dolotsavam to the divya dampati.

Jai Sri Radhekrishna.

 

27 Jun 2016

Sri Sri Anna’s 83rd Jayanthi – 26th August 2016

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Program

19th Aug – 25th Aug

  • Chathurveda Parayanam
  • Evening 4 to 6 PM – Discourse
  • Night 8 to 10 PM – Bajanai & Dolotsavam

26th Aug

Morning – Sri Sri Pathapujai

Afternoon – Abishegam in all temples and Annadhanam.

Contributions  are Invited

Name: Sri Sri Krishnapremi Swamigal 80th Jayanthi Utsav Committee
A/c No. 086801000033500
IFS Code: IOBA0000868
Indian Overseas Bank West Mambalam Branch Chennai 600033.
Pl mail us  with transaction Referance No.(TRN) to : mukunthanpnr@gmail.com

19 ஆகஸ்டு முதல் 25 ஆகஸ்டு வரை.

  • சதுர்வேத பாராயணம்
  • மாலை 4 முதல் 6 வரை – ப்ரவசனம்.
  • இரவு 8 முதல் 10 மணி வரை – பஜனை, டோலோத்ஸவம்.

26 ஆகஸ்டு

காலை – ஶ்ரீஶ்ரீ பாதபூஜை

மதியம் – எல்லா கோவில்களிலும் அபிஷேகம் மற்றும் அன்னதானம்.

 

15 Jun 2016

உபன்யாஸம் – ஜுன்/ஜூலை 2016

ஶ்ரீ மத் ராமாயணம். – ஶ்ரீ ஹரிஜி.
 
இடம் – அயோத்யா மண்டபம், மேற்கு மாம்பலம், சென்னை.
நாள் – 18-06-2016 முதல் 26-06-2016 வரை. மாலை 7 முதல் 9 வரை.
 
ஶ்ரீ ப்ருந்தாவன பக்தர்கள் சரித்திரம் உபந்ன்யாஸம்ஶ்ரீ ஶ்ரீ அண்ணா

இடம் – ஶ்ரீ ராதா ராணீ ஸர்கார், ஶ்ரீ விட்டல் ருக்மிணி ஸம்ஸ்தாந், கோவிந்தபுரம்.

நாள் – 07-07-2016  முதல் 14-07-2016 வரை.
தினசரி மாலை 4 மணி முதல் 6 மணி வரை மற்றும் இரவு 8 மணி முதல் 10 மணி வரை.
ஶ்ரீ மத் பாகவதம் – ரங்கஜீ
இடம் – ஶ்ரீ வேணுகோபால கிருஷ்ண ஸ்வாமி கோவில், 11வது குறுக்கு, மல்லேஸ்வரம், பெங்களுரு – 560 003.
நாள் – 21-06-2016 முதல் 28-06-2016 வரை. மாலை 6:30 முதல் 8:30 வரை.
31 May 2016

Kolahalan Wari Seva – 2016

Program Details

  • 14/7 – Kolahalan Wari
  • 15/7 – Aashada Ekadasi
  • 16/7 – Return from Paranu after Dwadesi

This year will be second year of similar event like 2014 (5th July 2014).

This year will be second year of similar event like 2015 last year (5th July 2015).
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

Devotees can join from Chennai or directly at Villupuram Sankara Mutt at 4 AM.

For details & registration please contact:

Satish – 984 100 9648
P K Sridharan – 994 009 7739
V R Radhakrishnan – 967 703 7202
Balaji – 967 713 0405


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.

01 Aug 2015

பரனூர் ஸம்ப்ரோஷண மற்றும் ஜீர்ணோத்தாரண மகா கும்பாபிஷேகம்

  • ஶ்ரீ லஷ்மி நாராயணப்பெருமாள் ஆலய ஸம்ப்ரோஷணம் – 20 ஆகஸ்டு முதல் 21 ஆகஸ்டு வரை
  • ஶ்ரீ பக்தபுரீச்வரர் ஆலய ஜீர்ணோத்தாரண மகா கும்பாபிஷேகம் – 18 ஆகஸ்டு முதல் 20 ஆகஸ்டு வரை
  • ஶ்ரீ ராதாரமண ஶ்ரீ பக்த கோலாஹலன் ஆலய ஜீர்ணோத்தாரண மகா கும்பாபிஷேகம் – 18 ஆகஸ்டு முதல் 20 ஆகஸ்டு வரை

மேலும் விவரங்களுக்கு கீழே பத்திரிக்கை கொடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.

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02 Jul 2015

Namma Kolahalan Wari

Date & Time : Sunday – 26th July 2015 – 4 AM

Venue: Sri Sankara Mutt, Villupuram to Paranur

Sri Sri Anna will be joining us in the Wari !!!

This year will be second year of similar event like last year (5th July 2014).

Yet, the main difference will be ….

Sri Sri Anna Ha Sardara Pandari… Namacha Bazar

 

kolahala wari design

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

Devotees can join from Chennai or directly at Villupuram.

Those who are joining from Chennai:

  • Buses will be organized from Chennai to Villupuram, those who are interested, need to register to make adequate arrangements.
  • Dindi Bhajan will start from Rama Nama Bank, Vinayagam Street, West Mambalam and conclude at Ashok Pillar, all devotees will board the bus there.
  • Once the bus reaches Villupuram Railway Gate, the Dindi procession will start with Nama Sankeertan and reach Sri Sankara Mutt.
  • Arrangements will be made for night halt at the Mutt.

Devotees joining directly at Villupuram:

  • Devotees are requested to assemble at Villupuram Railway Gate by 5:30 PM on Saturday (25th July) for Dindi procession.
  • Night stay and food will be arranged in Sankara Matt for those who have registered.

For details & registration please contact:

R. Mukunthan – 944 348 1860

P K Sridharan – 994 009 7739

V R Radhakrishnan – 967 703 7202


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.

22 May 2015

புருஷோத்தம மாஸம் – ஶ்ரீ க்ருஷ்ணசைதன்ய சரித்ரம்

17-6-2015 முதல் 16-7-2015 வரை அதிகமாஸம் வருகிறது. இந்த மாஸத்தில் சுபகார்யங்கள் ஏதும் செய்யக்கூடாது. எனவே மலமாஸம் என்பார்கள். ஆனால் பகவத்விஷயமான பஜனை, ஸப்தாஹம், நவாஹம் முதலியன செய்யலாம். எனவே புருஷோத்தம மாஸம் என்பார்கள். புருஷோத்தம மாஸம் பூரிஜகன்னாத ஷேத்திரத்தில் விசேஷம். கோவிந்தபுரத்தில் சைதன்யகுடீரத்தில் முரளிதரஸ்வாமிகள் பூரிஜகன்னாதமூர்த்தியை ப்ரதிஷ்டை செய்திருக்கிறார். எனவே ஶ்ரீ க்ருஷ்ணசைதன்ய சரித்ரம் ப்ரவசனம் செய்யப்போகிறார். மாலை 4 மணிமுதல் 6 மணிவரை பக்தர்கள் வந்து ப்ரவசனம் கேட்கலாம்.

22 May 2015

ஸீதாராம் ப்ரேமிக குஞ்ஜ், அயோத்தி

ப்ரேமிக ஸ்ம்ப்ரதாயத்திற்கு அயோத்தியில் ஒர் ஆச்ரமம் வேண்டும் என்பது ஶ்ரீ அண்ணாவின் வெகுகால விருப்பம். ஶ்ரீ ரகுவீரனின் திருவருளால் அயோத்தியில் ஜய வருஷம், பங்குனி இரண்டாம் தேதியன்று (16, மார்ச் 2015) ஒர் ஆச்ரமம் ரிஜிஸ்டர் செய்யப்பட்டது. ஸீதாராம் ப்ரேமிக் குஞ்ஜ் என்று பெயர் வைக்கப்பட்டது. இந்த இடம் ஶ்ரீ ராமரின் திருமாளிகையான கனக பவனத்திலிருந்து பன்னிரண்டு நிமிடம் நடையில் வருகிறது. ஸரயூவிலிருந்து ஐந்து நிமிடம். அதாவது கனகபவனம், ஸரயூ இவ்விரண்டிற்கும் இடையே உள்ளது. ஶ்ரீராம ஜென்மபூமியிலிருந்து பதினைந்து நிமிடம்.

ஶ்ரீராமானந்த ஸம்ப்ராதயத்தை சேர்ந்த ஒரு க்ருஹஸ்தர் இவ்வாச்ரமத்தில் ஒர் அழகான ராமரை ஆராதித்து வந்தார். இவ்வாச்ரமம் ஐம்பது வருடம் புராதனமானது. இங்குள்ள ராமனுக்கு ஸீயாவல்லப் (ஸீதாவல்லபன்) என்று திருநாமம். ஸமுபஸ்தித யெளவனனாய் ஸீதாகல்யாண வயதில் ஶ்ரீராமன் அதிஸுந்தனாய் எழுந்தருளி இருக்கிறார். ஸீதையும் நித்ய கிசோரியாக இருக்கிறாள். அங்கு இந்த ராமரை ஆராதித்து வந்த பெரியவர் ராமசரணங்களை அடைந்தவுடன் அவரின் தர்மபத்னி ஶ்ரீமதி ஸரோஜ் மிச்ரா அவர்கள் இவ்விடத்தை தொடர்ந்து ராமபூஜை நடப்பதற்காக நம்மிடம் கொடுத்துவிட்டார். ஶ்ரீவிஜயன் பெங்களூர், ஶ்ரீ ரங்கராஜன் மதுராந்தகம், ஶ்ரீ ஹரீஷ் மாயவரம், ஶ்ரீ காந்த் சென்னை முதலியவர்கள் இந்த ஸன்னிதியை வாங்கும் கைங்கர்யத்தில் பங்கு கொண்டனர். இவ்விடத்தை வாங்கிய பிறகு உடனேயே ப்ரேமிக ஸம்பரதாய கீர்த்தனைகள் பாடி ஸுப்ரபாதம், பூஜை, அபிஷேகம், டோலோத்ஸவம் யாவையும் ஶ்ரீ ரங்கஜீ நடத்தினார். ஶ்ரீ மதி ஸரோஜ் மிச்ரா அவர்களும் பூஜை,  அபிஷேகத்தில் கலந்துகொண்டு “பலகாலம் கழித்து இவ்வாறு அபிஷேகம் நடைபெறுவதைக் காண்பது எனது பாக்யம்” என்று ஆனந்தக் கண்ணீர் வடித்தார். இவ்வாறு ப்ரதிதினமும் ஸுப்ரபாதம், டோலோத்ஸவம் முதலிய வைபவங்கள் ஸீதாவல்லபனுக்கு ப்ரேமிக ஸ்ம்ப்ரதாயப்படி நடந்து வருகிறது. ஒவ்வொரு வருஷமும் மாசி மாதம் ஶ்ரீ ராமானந்த ஜெயந்தி ப்ரதான உத்ஸவமாய் இங்கு நடக்கவேண்டும் என்று ஶ்ரீ அண்ணா ஆக்ஞாபித்துள்ளார்.

நன்கொடைகளுக்கு

NEFT or RTGS

Account Name : Webolim Trust

Bank : Corporation Bank

Branch : Jigani Branch

Account No : 128800101005274

IFCS Code : CORP0001288

MICR Code : 560017088

Cheque or DD Favouring – Webolim Trust

Address – Webolim Trust, C/o Dr. R. Rangan, 1809, Nisarga Residential Layout, Jigani Hobli (Near Koppa Gate) Bangalore – 560 083.