[GHHF] Bala Samskar Kendras in Guntur District – Students are learning about the importance of Hanuman Chalisa and learning to Chant the Verses.

16 Feb 2023 225 Views

Abbe J A Dubois (1770-1848), a Christian Missionary, who toiled thirty-one years to convert Hindus, wrote a book” Hindu Manners, Customs and Ceremonies”: 
“India has always been considered most wealthy and opulent society, more favored by nature than any other in the world, a land literally flowing with milk and honey, where the soil yields all that is necessary for the existence of its happy people almost without cultivation. The great wealth accumulated by a few of its native princes, the large fortunes so rapidly acquired by many Europeans, its valuable diamond mines, the quality and quantity of its pearls, the abundance of its species and scented woods, the fertility of the soil, and the, at one time, unrivalled superiority of its various manufacturers; all these have caused admiration and wonder from time immemorial. One would naturally suppose that a nation which could supply so many luxuries would surpass all others in wealth.” 
Global Hindu Heritage is very happy to inform that we started about 10 Bala Samskar Kendras in and around Guntur to teach about the richness of Hinduism, Hindu festivals, Hindu ethos, Hindu History, and culture and traditions. Sri Rajesh is a very active member in the community championing the Hindu Values not only to the children but also actively involved in making the Hindus proud of their culture.

    Our children are being taught diversity of topics emphasizing the importance of our culture. In Guntur, some of the teachers taught about the significance if Hanuman Chalisa and started teaching the students to chant Hanuman Chalisa.
    Hanuman Chalise consists of 40 verses dedicated to the devotees of Lord Rama.  It is composed by Tulasidas while he was imprisoned by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. When Aurangzeb challenged Tulsidas to show the lord to him, he replied that Rama could only be seen with true devotion. This angered the emperor and he put the poet behind bars. It is popularly believed that an army of monkeys menaced Delhi when Tulsidas completed his ode and recited the Chalisa. It is also a common belief among the Hindus that reading Hanuman Chalisa can reap several benefits. A few recitals of the Chalisa to  Hanuman helps one memorize it easily.
    Lord Hanuman is considered a symbol of devotion, strength, and unwavering dedication. He is also considered a symbol of courage and selflessness, as he is known for his bravery and his willingness to serve Lord Rama. He is considered a symbol of physical and mental power and is said to have been born with supernatural abilities and powers. He is believed to have been able to lift and carry the entire mountain of medicinal herbs to save Lord Rama’s brother Lakshmana. He is said to have mastered many physical skills and is known for his exceptional strength and agility.
Benefits of Chanting Hanuman Chalise
Helps wards off evil spirits and negative energy.
Helps reduce the effects of Sade Sati (Navagraha evil effects)and helps those suffering due to Saturn 
Help those troubled with nightmares if they place the Chalisa under their pillow before sleeping.
Help overcome the trauma of bad experiences.
Help get rid of the karmic effects of the bad deeds done in the past.
Help provide the divine protection of Lord Hanuman who removes obstacles in our endeavours.
Help those suffering from stress should read Hanuman Chalisa to feel relaxed and in control of life.
Help prevent accidents and ensure a successful trip, which is why many people have idols of Hanuman in their cars.
Help gain wisdom and spiritual knowledge.
Examples of few verses of Hanuman Chalise and the meaning
Sri Guru Charan Saroj Raj, Nij Mann Mukuru Sudhaari.
Barnaun Raghuvar Bimal Jasu, Jo Daayaku Phal Chaari.
Having polished the mirror of my heart with the dust of my Guru's lotus feet, I recite the divine fame of the greatest king of Raghukul dynasty, which bestows us with the fruit of all the four efforts.
Buddhiheen Tanu Janike, Sumiraun Pawan-Kumar.
Bal Buddhi Vidya Dehu Mohi, Harahu Kalesh Bikaar.
Knowing that this mind of mine has less intelligence, I remember the ‘Son of Wind’ who, granting me strength, wisdom, and all kinds of knowledge, removes all my suffering and shortcomings.
Jai Hanuman Gyan Gunn Sagar. Jai Kapees Tihun Lok Ujaagar.
Ramdoot Atulit Baldhama. Anjani-Putra Pawansut Naama.
Victory to Lord Hanuman, the ocean of wisdom and virtue. Victory to the Lord who is supreme among the monkeys, illuminator of the three worlds. You are Lord Rama's emissary, the abode of matchless power, Mother Anjani's son, and also popular as the ‘Son of the Wind’.
"Mahaveer Vikram Bajrangi. Kumati Nivaar Sumati Ke Sangi.
Kanchan Baran Biraj Subesa. Kaanan Kundal Kunchit Kesa."
Great hero, You are as mighty as a thunderbolt. You remove evil intellect and are the companion of those having good ones. Your skin is golden in color and You are adorned with beautiful clothes. You have adorning earrings in Your ears and Your hair is curly and thick.
WE NEED YOUR HELP
We appreciate it if you can help in hiring more people who can go to these villages to do Ghar Waapasi. We have employed 26 people so far. More people we hire, more villages can be covered to welcome them back and also create Chaitanya (Awareness) among the students and villagers. Also,  we are conducting 150 Bala Kendras in five States. Support one or more Kendras. 
1) Sponsor one Bala Samskar Kendra for $1000.00
2) Sponsor one Pracharak: In order to expand our base and hire one Pracharak, it would cost approximately $3000.00 - $3500.00 per year. We have five anonymous donors who sponsored 9 Pracharaks
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