Shree Mahalakshmi Temple, Bhulabahi Desai Road, Mumbai – 400 026 is managed by a Trust called “Shree Mahalakshmi Temple Charities” a Religious and Charitable trust. Board of trustees now wishes to prepare a website so as to enable devotees all over the World to know about the Mahalakshmi Temple which consist of three Deities Shri Mahalakshmi, Shree Mahakali and Shree Mahasaraswati. Thousands of devotees visit the temple every day which goes to hundreds of thousand of devotees during Navaratra, Diwali and in the month of Margashirsha, as they believe that Mahalakshmi Temple’s Mahalakshmi Deity is ‘Jagrut’ or alive deity. Devi Tattva(The Shakti Cult) : It is the supreme power of the Parabrahman viz. prime force. She is called Adi Shakti. She is also known as the transcendental power ‘Para Shakti’. She is known as the superlative , the great power of Maha Maya Shakti. The supreme mysterious power of World Illusion, which we call Maya and Adyashakti are in fact one and the same. According to ‘Sankhya Darshan’ of Hindu Philosophy the creation of our Universe is result of coming together of ‘Purusha and Prakruti’. Purusha is the ‘Parabrahmah’ and Prakruti is the ‘Nature’. Prakruti is ‘Trigunatmak’, that is it consists […]
Shirdi Sai Baba Temple is a Hindu temple located in the neighbourhood of Mylapore in Chennai, India. It is dedicated to the Indian saint Sai Baba of Shirdi. The temple was built in 1952 by one Narasimhaswami, a Salem and Sai Baba devotee, out of money donated by a Chettiar merchant. This is considered the most trusted temple in India. The temple is the headquarters of the All India Sai Samaj. The All India Sai Samaj is an organization founded by Sri Narasimhaswamiji seven decades backs, its main object being propagation of the life and teachings of Sri Sai Baba of Shirdi. Through two decades of tireless preaching, during which he traveled almost the entire Bharat, Sri Swamiji made the name of Sri Sai Baba as familiar as that of Siva, Rama and Krishna. Sri Swamiji authored many books highlighting that Sri Sai Baba’s mission was to bring together two communities opposed to each other – the Hindus and Muslims – within a common fold, that Baba promoted a religion of love with peace and harmony, and that Baba belonged to no particular religion or faith, that he was neither Hindu nor Muslim, with his birth and early life shrouded in mystery.
The ‘Gateway to South’ Chennai is a spectacular blend of all sights and walks of life. Being the capital city of Tamil Nadu and fourth largest city of the country, it has an adequate confluence of culture, traditions, music, movies, technology and economy which is evidenced through the visible ancestrally rich history and the modern glamorous pubs and shopping malls. On the spiritual front, the city is embraced with several temples, mosques, churches and other shrines depicting warm acceptance of all beliefs in the city. One of the endowments of the city is the famous Jain temple, Adeeswar Temple near Chennai. The spiritual and enchanting surroundings of the temple would help you relieve your body and soul from all the humdrums of daily chores. The temple lies just 9 kilometres away from the city, at Polal village, near the Redhill Lake on the Grand Trunk Road, connecting the city with the neighbouring Southern states. The temple reflects roots of Jainism in Tamil Nadu as well as the growth of its traditions, making it one of the most significant and important shrines among Indian Jains. The temple is devoted to the first Tirthankar Rishabhadev who is also known as Adi Bhagwan, […]
Built around 1890, this temple began as a simple thatched shed. Around 7,000 couples marry there each year. According to the sthalapurana, Muruga devotee Annaswami Nayakar built the shed and kept a Murugan painting there for his personal worship. During his worship, he experienced divine power entering his body and inspiring him to speak surprising things later found to be true. His utterances were labeled ‘arul vakku’ (‘God blessed statements’) and could cure diseases, provide jobs, solemnize marriages and more. The Vadapalani temple was built in late 19th century. It all began with Annasamy Naicker , a staunch devotee who with faith in the lord’s powers built a small thatched hut, placed a painted picture of Lord Murugan and began worshipping it religiously everyday. The story goes that once, Annasamy Naicker had chronic stomach ache that he couldn’t find cure to. He travelled wide and far visiting sacred temples of Lord Muruga in spite of very limited to no transport facilities from Thiruthani, Thiruporur braving the rains , the cyclones and thieves on the roads. One day a Sadhu appeared in Annasamy Naicker’s dreams and said when Murugan is right in your house why do you go in search of him […]
Chilkur Balaji Temple, popularly known as “Visa Balaji Temple”, is an ancient Hindu temple of Lord Balaji on the banks of Osman Sagar in Hyderabad. It is one of the oldest temples in Hyderabad built during the time of Madanna and Akkanna, the uncles of Bhakta Ramadas.