Tulsi Vivah at Bhagini Samaj The end of monsoon season in India and the advent of the Hindu wedding season is something related to the Tulsi Vivah in many parts of India as well as around the world among the Hindu community at large. The word Tulsi signifying the Holy Basil Plant and the word … Continue reading Tulsi Vivah 22
Samuhik Shraadh Tarpan at SSDS By Sikiladi Sarva Pitra Amavasya was marked by Ayodhya Foundation at Shree Sanatan Dharam Mandir, Nairobi on Sunday, 25th September before mid-morning. Nearly 50 men, women and a few youngsters collectively performed a Samuhik Shraadh Tarpan not only of their family ancestors but also for several thousands of Hindu ancestors who lost their … Continue reading Samuhik Shraadh Tarpan
Monica Gokaldas expresses her views about how the influence of the ancients from Mohen jo Daro emerges in the present day life. As a young child when I learnt about Mohen jo Daro in the history class it fascinated me that I got to learn something about Sindh: The land of our ancestors. My feeble … Continue reading Inheritance from Mohen Jo Daro
The Festive Saavan month brings in various celebrations. One of these is Teej : a fasting festival observed mainly by married women. Teej for Sindhis is marked nearly five days prior to Shri Krishna Janamashtmi . In Nairobi this is collectively celebrated by the Sindhi women usually in a temple or at someone’s house. This … Continue reading Teejri 2022
Published in The Asian Weekly, Edition 609,(May 6th -12th,2022) News direct from the LHSG page may be found on the below mentioned link: http://www.kamaltolia.com/?p=4532&fbclid=IwAR38m63pBZbIPx3HeRuhwqgTSgdXW0SySVf8YrnYjoiqEqrq8lBFZ8JOKQY The Lotus Healing Seva Group have planted several plants and trees over the years, across the continents and have witnessed a remarkably high percentage of success in seeing those trees grow … Continue reading LHSG’S EARTH-KEEPERS!
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The symbolic Sesame seeds and diluted milk as an offer during the ritual The preparation at the SSDS Mandir’s yagya shala Being ritualistic amid covid protocols The oblations at the Peepal tree The Samuhik Tarpan by various groups led by Pt. Praduman Published in The Asian Weekly, Edition 580, (October 15 - 21, 2021)
Published in The Asian Weekly , Edition 581 ( October 22 - 29, 2021) A Nairobi-an defines her pride in her bindi https://fb.watch/8OzqWBBXdQ/ Three Generations of a family flaunt their Bindis in Nairobi Members of Sanatan Dharam Group, Kenya, Tanzania and Indonesia & their family members Sanatan Dharam Group members and families marked the day … Continue reading International Bindi/ Tilak Day Launched
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