Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Maa Kalika's leela in Dehradun

Maa Duraga

Anandamayi Maa, who was widely considered an avatar of Maa Adya Shakti, agreed to request by sevadars to be allowed to hold a bhandara the following day.It was Easter. The year was 1942. The next days the sevdars discovered that there were over 500 people to be fed when they only had enough provisions for four hundred. They approached Shri Maa and told her that the since the market was far off, maybe they could postpone the bhandara by a few hours.

Maa said it was already noon and people would be hungry. The sevadars should ensure that all devotees were fed.  ''Make arrangements for serving them now. The meal should be over within an hour and a half. Not one should go away without food. Leave this body alone. Report only if there be any shortage. Otherwise, do not come to me." I was present there. We all felt uncomfortable. But Mataji said with perfect composure, "Go and do as you are told. Do not forget, none should go hungry. Don't be unhappy. God's service must be done with a cheerful heart," was Maa's aadesh.

The food at the Bhandara turned out so tasty that devotees reported eating more than they were used to. They ate their fill. After an hour and half passed, the devotees went to Maa, who smiled and asked them how it had been? 

Mataji asked, "What about your provisions?" One of them burst out, "More than five hundred people have eaten and yet there is enough left for two hundred more." Mataji said gravely, "This is very good. Not a particle should be wasted. Let those who come or are staying here be fed again in the evening. Everything must be consumed today. If it cannot be eaten here, let it be given to those outside who are hungry."


May the divine leelas of Mata Anandamayi ignite the spark of love for the lotus feet of Maa Tara who is the boat across the sea of Maya. Jai Maa! 



- Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust
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Monday, July 28, 2014

Shri Radhe Maa - Kalbhairava, the supreme court of ancient Nepal





The 12-foot Kalabhairava idol at Hanuman Dhoka in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal was discovered by king Pratap Malla in the Seventeenth Century. It is believed that anyone who lies before this idol dies.

Therefore locals when they wished to settle disputes, often sought the intervention of Lord Kalbhairava, who presided as the chief judge.

Kalbhairava is a fierce aspect of Lord Shiva.

May Lord Kalbhairava, the fierce Lord of Kathmandu bless all his devotees with strength, wisdom and love for all beings!

Jai Baba Kalbhairav! Har Har Mahadev!   
Click on this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASa08VbK5V4 for a beautiful rendition of the Kalbhairav Ashtakam composed by Adi Shankaracharya  




- Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust

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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Why Maa's Tara's son Bamakhepa moved around naked

Tara Devi

Baba Bamakhepa (1837–1911), the great tantric master and devotee of Maa Tara would move around naked in the smashan where he worshipped Maa Tara. When he was asked why he moved around naked the great saint said, "My father (Shiva) is naked; my Mother (Maa Tara) is also naked. So I am practicing that. I have no shame and no fear.''

May the example of Bamakhepa, guide us to the lotus feet of Maa Tara whose is the star that guides seekers to liberation!

Bamakhepa Maharaj ki Jai! Jai Maa Tara!

Watch a video of a Bengali prayer to Maa Tara on the following linkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y_Mz_S0fog 




- Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Maa Kalika, Mata Anandamayee and the mad man - a leela

Kalika Devi

The year was 1948, when a mentally disturbed man entered a garden where Mata Anandamayee (30 April 1896 - 27 August 1982), who was widely revered as an avatar of Mata Amba, was granting darshan. The man ordered all women to cover their heads but they paid him not attention. He then went to Maa and asked her to cover her head and she agreed. All the other women copied Maa. 

The man sat in the men's section for some time and got up to leave. Maa asked a devotee to give the mad man fruit as prasad. The man took it and then flung it at Maa in anger. The orange hit Maa. Upset devotees caught the man and took it out of the satsang area and roughed him up. Maa told her devotees that they were wrong to beat up the man.

The man returned the next day completely sobered. It turned out that he had been healed of his condition after he threw the fruit at Maa. He had come to express his gratitude. "You should not stop anyone who comes to this body," she said, referring to herself. 

Jai Mata Kalika! Jai Anandmayee Maa! 

Watch a video of Anandmayee Maa on this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw-8LAb2c9g


- Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Why is Hanuman considered the ideal bhakta?

Lord Hanuman

Lord Hanuman is most pleased when he is addressed as Ramadasa or the servant of Lord Rama. He possesses Utsaham (Enthusiasm) Sahasam (Courage) Dhairyam (Fortitude) Buddhi (Intelligence) Shakti (Strength) parakramam (Accomplishment), and uses these sterling qualities to serve the lotus feet of Lord Rama. 

This is why anyone who aspires to be a devotee of  Lord Rama is advised to emulate the example of Lord Hanuman! 

Bol Siya-var Ramachandra ki Jai! Bol Ramadasa Hanuman ki jai! Bolo sab santan ki jai! 
Watch a video of a powerful Bajrang-ban which protect devotees from all evils on this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOQhX5yKaLU


- Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust



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Pavahari Baba and the thief who became a sadhu


Swami Vivekanand

A thief entered the kutia of Pavahari Baba, a great saint and devotee of Lord Ramachandra, who lived in the 19th century. As he made a bundle, Pavahari Baba woke up. The thief began running leaving stolen bundle behind but Pavahari Baba was faster. He caught up with the thief and offered him the bundle, and said, 'My God, please keep what you have taken.' The thief was too shocked for words and fell at the feet of the saint.

With the blessings of Pavahari, the thief became a sadhu and gradually gave up the ways of the world and became a sanyasi. Swami Vivekananda, was a great devotee of Pavahari and even considered accepting as a guru.

Babaji taught that one should lay like a dog at the feet of the guru if one wishes to progress in spiritual life.

May the example of Pavahari Baba inspire the love of God within us! Pavahari Baba ki jai!

Watch a beautiful Ram Bhajan sung by Kushiki Chakrabarthy on this linkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdTQ4nwEhYo

- Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust



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Monday, July 21, 2014

Hanuman ji, Neem Karoli Baba and Khemua

Lord Hanuman
Khemua, a worker at Neem Karoli Baba's ashram was asked to leave by Babaji after he quarreled with workers in the kitchen. Khemua said he would only leave after Hanumanji's work was done. 

Khemua was then given the task of tending to the cows and not allowed to enter the ashram. Everyday, the workers in the ashram kitchen brought him his food at the gate of the temple. One night, devotees found Babaji in his kutiya. Babaji would not eat. When they were asked, Babaji with tears in his eyes said the workers in the kitchen had forgotten to feed Khemua. He had waited for his food at the gate and no one had come. 

Such is the compassion of the people of God! 

May the example of Neem Karoli Baba, the most elevated among devotees of Lord Hanuman ji, bless us with compassion for all beings! Baba ji ki! Jai Hanuman Dada ki! 
Source - maharajji.com


Watch a video of Neem Karoli Baba ji on this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8DtuhSoch


- Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust


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