Events

POOJAS

There are daily poojas for all deities in the morning, noon and evening. The timings are arranged in such a way that a devotee will be able to attend one pooja after another starting from Ganapathy pooja and ending with Balaji pooja. The temple organises various religious activities and functions on a regular basis to enhance the devotees’ spiritual experiences.

Murti stapna rohini sector 15


Babosa Bhagwan Murti Sthapana , 17th June, 2017, Shiv Shakti Mandir, Block - C, Sector - 15, Rohini, New Delhi - 85



1. BABOSA SIKANJI SEWA with H.H. MANJU BAISA ON 11TH APRIL  FROM 9am onwards at BABOSA CITY.  come and join this mega event and get the blessings. bcf


Manju Baisa inagurated the Shikanji sewa today 11th April 2017 with distributing the first glass of Shikanji 

2. Babosa Jagran



3. BABOSA Murti Sthapana on Manju Baisa Birthday

Murti Staphana happened at Nigam Bodg Ghat and Vishwakarma Mandir on 18-03-2017 in the presence of Manju Baisa and all of the Babosa Devotees. Within Hinduism there are special ceremonies where sacred images are formally installed in temples. These installation ceremonies are generally given two names: Murti Sthapana and Prana Pratishta. The word murti means sacred image and “sthapana” means “placing,” and so the murti sthapana ceremony is the “placing of the sacred image.” The other term, Prana Pratishta is a little less common, but is still prevalent. “Prana” means “breath” and “pratishta”means “establishing,” and so the Prana Pratishta ceremony is literally “establishing the breath” within the sacred image. In other words, it is bringing the sacred image to life. Instead of repeating both terms, 

I will just use the term Murti Sthapana to mean both. The Murti Sthapana ceremony is fairly common in the West at the present time because there is a renaissance of Hinduism taking place as many new temples are being established. In another generation or so such ceremonies will likely become less common. In temples the ceremonies are generally elaborate and may last for many days and include many priests. 

Such ceremonies include immersing the sacred image in water, rice, and flowers; bathing the sacred image in milk, yogurt, clarified butter (ghee) and other sacred substances, and performing many havans/homas and pujas. Generally, a Murti Sthapana ceremony is not performed in private homes, or if it is, the ceremony is much simpler.


4. HANUMAN JAYANTI




Hanuman Jayanti 2017 will be celebrated on April 11. Every year, this day is celebrated on full moon day of Chaitra month of the Hindu calendar. Hanuman, son of wind-god Pawan, is described to have superhuman-like qualities in the scriptures. He could fly and lift an entire mountain. A devotee of Lord Rama, he also had crucial role in the battle between Ram and Ravana. On Hanuman Jayanti, followers worship him, seeking protection and blessings.

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Om shree Babosa Devay Namah.


ALL are invited  with family, friends and relatives at :-
🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
 BABOSA Bhagwan Mandir Sthapna ki 1st Varshganth par Babosa Bhagwan ka Gungan/ Bhajan Sandhya.

Bhajano  ki amrit Varsha:-   Sri Manoj Pandit Avam Babosa bhakto ki  tolly dwara.

Date:- 07.05.2017
Day:- Sunday
Time:- 05.30 PM Evening.



Venue:-  MAA KALI BALAJI BABOSA MANDIR.
OPP.,:- Subham Emporium, Shaktigarh Path, Bhangagarh, . GUWAHATI

Sabhi jarur jarur padhare. Babosa ka aashirwad leke puny ke bhagi bane. JAI SHREE BABOSA.
NIVEDAK:- SHREE BABOSA PARIWAR, Guwahati.

Babosa hame ye var do, nishdin tera gun gaye. Har sanjh savare Babosa, tere naam ke deep jalaye.





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