Alpha to Omega Newsletter - June 2019


Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation
June 2019

From the Editor's Desk


Hari Om Friend,

Sadguru Shree Aniruddha in his discourse on the "Significance of Hanuman Chalisa in Shraddhavan's Life" stated that a human, most of the times, becomes desperate and feels powerless. However, Mother Mahishasurmardini Chandika makes available, various ways for him to come out of this situation. One of the beautiful and the simplest way is Shree Hanuman Chalisa.

Sadguru Shree Aniruddha also has many times explained the importance of Sanghik Upasana (collective praying). Every Shraddhavan has experienced and thus firmly believes that the Sanghik Upasana produces ample positive vibrations due to the continuous and collective chanting of the stotras (holy prayers). It turns out to be fruitful not only for those who chant the stotra but also for the surroundings.

Sadguru Shree Aniruddha established the 'Kshama Yantra' at Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram to spread the forgiveness in the entire universe. The bearer of this Yantra is Shree Hanumant. Taking darshan of the 'Kshama Yantra' even once bestows us with the merit of visiting 108 Teerthakshetras (Holy pilgrim places). The 'Kshama Yantra' has the capacity to absorb all our vices and cleanse us.

- Samirsinh Dattopadhye


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Shree Hanuman Chalisa Pathan Saptah

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In the month of May, Shree Hanuman Chalisa Pathan Saptah recital week was celebrated at Shree Gurukshetram. The Hanuman Chalisa Stotra is recited for more than 108 times in a day, by 108 Shraddhavans throughout the week. This Pathan is carried our in front of the 'KshamaYantra', whose bearer is Shree Hanumant Himself. This year, the Pathan was conducted from May 13, 2019, to May 19, 2019. The Shraddhavans completed 123 to 125 recitals of Shree Hanuman Chalisa every day. This duration naturally included the pious occasion of the Vaishakh Pournima when we worship Shree Hanumanta.

Trivikram Math inauguration at Atulitbaladham, Ratnagiri

By the grace of Adimata Jagadamba and the blessings of Sadguru Shree Aniruddha, 'Trivikram Math' was inaugurated at Atulitbaladham, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra on Thursday, May 16, 2019. The shankh, tamhan, pitamber, tirthapatra and the photo frames were given to the Shraddhavans for the Trivikram Math on Thursday, May 9, 2019, by our Sanstha's Mahadharmavarman Dr. Yogindrasinh Joshi and Dr. Vishakhaveera Joshi at Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram, Mumbai.

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At Ratnagiri, in an atmosphere filled with sheer devotion, more than 1000 Shraddhavans participated in the event with great zeal and enthusiasm. The 'Trivikram Math' was inaugurated by reciting the Mangalacharan, Shree Gurukshetram Mantra, Shree Ramraksha Stotra, Shree Aadimata Shubhankara Stavanam, Trivikram Dhyanmantra, Trivikram Stotra, Trivikram's 18 Promises and Trivikram's sovereign Mantragajar.

The Math was packed to its capacity with Shraddhavans singing and swaying to the tune of the sovereign 'Mantragajar' of the Swayambhagwan Trivikram including various other gajars and bhajans. The Shraddhavans had a memorable experience of 'Aniruddha Devotion Sentience'.

In addition to Ratnagiri, Shraddhavans are working hard to also establish 'Trivikram Maths' at Jalgaon, Aurangabad, Miraj – Sangli, Amalner and Borivali (Mumbai) as soon as possible.

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DhangadDhinga Shibir

"DhangadDhinga" is a program that is organized for children of age 9 to 12 years by 'Sai Samarth Vidnyan Prabodhini' in association with 'Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation'. Both boys and girls participate in this 10-day camp. It's an innovative initiative launched under the guidance of Sadguru Shree Aniruddha and run by Nandai to develop the hidden qualities in the children and enhance their confidence. More than 2500 children have benefited from this Camp in the last 22 years.

Everybody is blessed with a gift of some latent qualities by birth. Thus, it is important to know and make efforts to develop children's inherent qualities. Hence the objective of this initiative is to achieve the development of children in the 'play–way' method. The activities of Dhangad-Dhinga Camp enhance children's confidence by shaping their personalities.

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This year, the camp was held from May 1, 2019, to May 15, 2019, at the New English School, Bandra (East) and 180 children were selected to participate in it. A prayer is held every day at the starting and the end of the day of the Camp to inculcate the habit of regular praying and to make it a permanent part of the routine.

Children played various sports at the Camp like outdoor, indoor, memory enhancing games, etc. Making of various craft items was taught to increase the concentration of children.

To inculcate healthy eating habits, healthy, nutritious, yet tasty food was given to all. Children were asked to make different items from paper pulp. They dried up the things thus made, painted them and enjoyed their own artwork. An exhibition of these things was held on the 'Hobby Day', which was the last day of the Camp. A one-day trip for the campers was also organized. This trip offered the children a treasure of enjoyment.

Parents were surprised by the beautiful changes that took place in their children every day. Indeed, this initiative builds self-discipline in every child. These children are the true pillars of the nation's future. Certainly, they will brighten the image of our nation!

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Charkha Shibir (Spinning Yarn Camp) at SaiNiwas

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'Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation' has taken to a unique way of helping the needy people. Charkha- Vastra Yojana is one of the many such projects by the Foundation. In this, the volunteers are encouraged to spin the yarn. It is then converted into uniforms which are donated to the school children.

From 13th May to 19th May 2019, the annual Spinning Yarn Camp was organized at SaiNiwas in Bandra, Mumbai. As part of the Charkha- Vastra Yojna (Spinning Yarn to Cloth Project), the cloth made from this camp is converted into school uniforms and donated to children in the rural areas of Kolhapur district. To ensure sustained supply of these uniforms, the Foundation annually organizes Medical and Healthcare camps and conducts keen follow-up activities.This project has ensured that children, the future of the country, indeed have access to knowledge and do not dropout from schools due to the non-availability of the uniforms.

The camp at SaiNiwas got a great response, wherein more than 725 volunteers participated and contributed to the making of 1323 hanks.

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Aniruddha's Academy of Disaster Management (AADM) activities - Monthly Update

Sr. Event Date Location Participation & Details
1. AADM Basic Course and Training 20-May-2019 to 27-May-2019 1) Sinnar Upasana Center and Kopargaon Upasana Center 24 and 19 Shraddhavans respectively
20-May-2019 to 26-May-2019 AADM Office, Khar, Mumbai 13 Shraddhavans
23-May-2019 to 29-May-2019 Kalsambade Upasana Center 11 Shraddhavans
13-May-2019 to 18-May-2019 Alibaug Upasana Center 6 Shraddhavans
2. AADM Corporate Course 11-May-2019 Office of the Chief Engineer, Fort 81 Staff members
3. AADM Vermiculture Workshop 13-Jan-2019 Manju Co-Op Housing Society, Mumbai 14 Members
4. AADM Parade 5th, 12th and 26th May 2019 Mangaon, Satara, Sindhudurga (Kudal), Gadhingalaj In total 334 DMVs attended
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