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  3. P.C. amarujala.com Mathura, 2018.01.18 (VT) Mathura police station is being bombarded by people who are demanding that an illegal slaughterhouse near Janma Bhoomi be closed down immediately. The slaughterhouse was previously sealed by police, however it has once again begun its operations. It is estimated that around 20 animals are being slaughtered on the premises every day. The police are aware of the activities however they have not taken action to shut down the slaughterhouse. Despite the ruling of the Allahabad High Court that activities that hurt Hindu sentiments are not allowed to undertaken near places of pilgrimage, and despite the Yogi Government’s positioning itself as an upholder of Hindu faith and tradition, the slaughter of animals is going on in the vicinity of Sri Krishna’s birthplace. In the last week, almost two dozen people have filed reports at the police station about the slaughterhouse including Vijay Bahadur Singh, Prem Singh and Harvendra Chahar. If action is not taken immediately to permanently close down the slaughterhouse, they will take their complaint to the Chief Minister. The post Protests against illegal slaughterhouse near Janma Bhoomi appeared first on Vrindavan Today.
  4. Kanu Parivettai Utsavam was celebrated in a grand manner at Sri Deivanayaga Perumal Temple, Vanamamalai.. View the full article
  5. Vrindavan, 2018.01.18: The heads of Vrindavan’s temples are demanding a more democratic administration that respects the autonomy of Vrindavan and its temples. At a meeting on Wednesday in which more than 15 of Vrindavan’s main temples were represented, the attendees decided to petition the Government to ensure that Vrindavan’s temples and tirtha purohits are represented on governing bodies such as the BTVP. The Braj Tirtha Vikas Parishad (BTVP) has recently irked heads of temples by interfering in temple management and proposing to use temple revenue for town development works. The meeting was chaired by Shri Gopinath Lal Dev Goswami, president of the Vrindavan Devalaya Sangh. Attendees demanded that the intervention in the operation of the temples and deity worship by the Government must end immediately and each temple must protect its autonomy and purity. Shri Gopinath Lal Dev Goswami said that the land in Vrindavan should be worshiped. Vrindavan is a holy pilgrimage site and it is wrong to merge it with Mathura as has been done by the current Government. Throughout history, Vrindavan has been separate from Mathura. Mughal Emporer Akbar, established Vrindavan as a town separate from Mathura and Vrindavan was given legal status as a nagar palika (municipality) in 1865, one year before Mathura got official recognition. The temple heads who attended the meeting included: Shaligram Temple’s Sri Ram Bohre; Shrivatsa Goswami of Radha Raman temple, Srimati Krishna Goswami of Gopinath temple; Sri Vijay Kishore Goswami of Madan Mohan temple, Acharya Naresh Narayan from Sri Goda Hardev temple, Sri Pradumna Pratap Maharaj of Meera Bai temple , Tamal Krishna Das of Imli Tala, Deepak Goswami of Bade Daoji temple, Sri Shah Prasant of Shahji temple, Goda Bihar temple’s Sri Vrindavan Acharya, Vanshivat’s Sri Govind Mahant, Yamuna temple’s Shri Siddharth Shukla and Purnacharya Goswami from Radha Damodar temple. Jagannath Poddar and other local leaders also attended the meeting to support the temple heads in their bid to ensure a future for Vrindavan that is free from the arbitrary interference of authorities.
  6. On, 17 January,2018, Hevilambi Varusha Thai Uthiradam ; Sri Sengamalavalli Thayar Serthi Utsavam was celebrated. View the full article
  7. On, 13 January 2018 ; Hevilambi Varusha Margazhi Anusham ;Being Bhogi, Sri Andal Thirukalyanam took. View the full article
  8. Thirukovilur Penpilai Rahasiyam

    Baghavat Ramanujar was entering Thirukolur divyadesam to visit ” Vaithamanidhi Perumal Temple ” as Swami. View the full article
  9. 1) Thirumangai Azhwar, one among the Paniru Azhwargal recited the Thiru-Nedun-Thaandakam to Ranganatha Perumal of. View the full article
  10. On 26/01/2018, Friday , i.e on Republic Day. Visesha thiruveedhi purapadu for Triplicane Sri Ahobila. View the full article
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  12. On , 15 January 2018, Hevilambi Varusha Moolam; Kanu Parvettai purappadu took place in in. View the full article
  13. On January 13th 2018, Hevilambi Margazhi Anusham, Being Bhoghi festival day, in the evening, Andal. View the full article
  14. Srimathe Ranga Ramanuja Mahadesikaya Namaha With your kind patronage and support, all Utsavams and other. View the full article
  15. The Thirunangur 11 Garudans Festival Committee has planned to conduct 11 Garuda Sevai Utsavam in. View the full article
  16. Vrindavan, 2018.01.17: Yesterday, Banke Bihari temple was as crowded as on any festival day, but, the usual random cries of “Banke Bihari Lal ki jai!” were more scarce than usual, as many of the visitors were keeping a mourn vrat (vow of silence). Many people keep a vow of silence for the entire day on Mourn Amavasya, instead spending the day quietly chanting mantras to themselves. Many of the visitors arrived at the temple after taking snan (bath) or darshan of the Yamuna because Mourn Amavasya is considered a particularly auspicious day for bathing in the Yamuna and Ganga. It is believed that, on this day, the pantheon of gods and goddesses descend to take a holy dip at the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati. It is said that taking snan during this period is particularly effective for washing away the harmful effects of sins, which hamper our progress in devotional life. Mourn Amavasya is celebrated on the new moon of the lunar calendar month of Magh. The month of Magh is considered a particularly auspicious month for religious activities, giving charity and fasting. Makar Sankranti and Basant Panchmi also fall in the month of Magh. Basant Panchmi will be celebrated on 22nd January. On this day, Saraswati pooja is held in almost every home in Braj and thousands of students will offer their pens to Saraswati Devi at the Saraswati Temple (next to Katyayani Temple), which opens only once per year for the festival of Basant Panchmi/Saraswati pooja.
  17. ஸ்ரீ வெங்கடேஸ்வரா ஸ்வாமிக்கு வாரத்திற்கு ஒரு முறை மட்டுமே தவறாமல் நடைபெறும் வாராந்திர உத்ஸவங்களை பற்றி தெரிந்து கொள்வோம். Weekly. View the full article
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