The ideal couple for me always is such that, they love each other a lot and they work for the country and humanity and peace together. This is the ideal form of love when the couple gives something to this society beyond all desires for one’s own self, to work for others. I got this inspiration when I read in Panchajanya weekly about Nanaji Deshmukh’s project in Chitrakut in Bharat – India in which every couple work with the Vanavasis – tribals living there, after the marriage for five years.This work is something similar to Lord Shriram and Mata Seetaji's work in Tribal areas, as Nanaji Deshmukh said. The info about the complete work is available on http://www.chitrakoot.org/
Something similar dream is expressed in this poem, a couple who wants to work
for society with their touch of love everywhere………….
Today is Sravan Krushna Panchami - the day of Birth Anniversary of Paramhans Parvivrajakacharya Shri Vasudevananda Sarasvati Swami Maharaj (Tembe Swami Maharaj). Paramahans means the Sanyasi of Highest grade. He was the great sage.
First of all, I am thankful to our very experienced and dedicated to country judges for giving their precious time. They have worked tirelessly to make this event a big success. It was not possible at all to judge all the entries and make all the work related to contest without their great devoted work.
Tomorrow is RakshaBandhan. A biggest festival of love of brother and sister, celebrated in Bharat – India. The full – moon day of month Shravan according to Hindu Calender is Rakshabandhan or Rakhipaurnima or NaraliPaurnima.
Rakshabandhan means the bond of protection. Bandhan means bond and Raksha means protection. On this day, sister ties a sacred thread on brother’s wrist and brother promises her protection. This thread is called as Rakhi.
From today, I will try to share a poem with you on every Saturday, so that you can read and find some peace on weekends after hectic working days. How is this idea?
So, Today I am going to share a poem on Eternal Bliss. Yes, eternal bliss, this bliss has no end. All of us experiences such moments, but we don’t make them our memories, instead remember bitter memories.
So from today decide to remember and cherish such blissful moments. It’s not difficult at all. And you will find the eternal bliss within yourself. This happens naturally by devotion, devotion for your work, devotion for the God, devotion for yourself (never ignore yourself), devotion for your duties and your loved ones too. This is what is Bhaktiyoga or path of Devotion and Salvation - Moksha by Devotion.
Today is Goswami Tulsidas Jayanti. Jayanti means Birth Anniversary. Shravan Shukla Saptami is Goswami Tulsidas Jayanti. His devotion towards Lord Shrirama is eternal and expressed through His literature.
It is famous story about His life that, He used to love His wife a lot and He forgot everything in that love. His wife once said him that if he had half love for lord Shrirama which He has for this material body of His wife, He would have got salvation.
Today The NagaPanchami is being celebrated in India. Naga means snake and Panchami means fifth date or tithi according to Hindu Calendar, we call it as Panchanga. Naagpanchami comes on Shravan Shukla Panchami.
Drawn on simple slate to worship
Catching snakes is almost harming their lives for 'worship', which is not a great idea. This alternate method of worship is suggested in the traditional folk story of Nagapanchami.
India is a country of farms and festivals. Shravan month is full of traditional festivities. Needless to say, snakes are friends of farmers. As a tradition of gratitude, Snakes are worshiped on this day.