[GHHF] Charity during Sita Rama Kalyanam in Bhadrachalam in AP – Free Distribution of Truck Loads of Buttermilk and Water to the pilgrims who came attend the Sacred Wedding

30 Mar 2023 564 Views

•   The Taittiriya Upanisad says: “Srddhaya deyam, Asraddhaya'deyam, Sriya deyam, Hriya deyam, Bhiya Deyam, Samvida deyam - “Give with faith. Do not give without faith. It should be given in plenty, with modesty, with sympathy, with sensitivity. Give with a feeling of abundance. Give with right understanding”
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation has been at the forefront of doing Annadanam and also engaged in charity work for years. During Pandemic in 2020, GHHF served more than 200,000 melas to the needy in In Andhra Pradesh. During floods in Assam, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, GHHF provided meals to the needy by carrying food packets on boats to reach the remote villages. IN USA, we also partnered with other organizations to provide meals to the First Responders in Dallas metropolitan area by visiting, Police Stations, Fire Stations, and many Hospital staff. 
Sia Rama Temple has a long history and was built in 17th century by Kancharla Gopanna, who was the local Tahasildar, who is known as Bhakta Ramadas. It is located on the banks of Godavari in the town of Bhadrachalam. Being a devotee of Lord Rama, his composition of songs on him became very popular. Moat of the major cities and villages, they organize Ramadas Keerthanalu.
On Sree Rama Navami, Sita Rama Kalyanam in Bhadrachalam will be performed. The tradition of Mutyala (pearls)Talambralu started during the Muslim rule in 17th century. Muslim Nawab used to send these Mutyala Talambralu and Silk clothes for the wedding.  Later the state government reintroduced the offering of Mutyala Talambralu and Sil clothes. 
Lakhs of devotees across India and foreign countries attend and witness the wedding. It is very difficult to get accommodation, meals and even water. Hindus believe that charity, or dana, is important. This is because helping others is helping Brahman, as all living things have an atman, or piece of Brahman, within them. Selfless charitable acts are seen as examples of Karma yoga.
Dana means giving and sewa means selfless service. The concept of charity in Hinduism is about helping others without expecting something in return and because it is the right thing to do.
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation realizing the need to quench the thirst of the pilgrims, it decide along with J D Foundation to provide water and buttermilk. We prepare a big banners and posted them at a particular location for visibility. Many pilgrims are coming and pick up the buttermilk packets.  
Tilakam on the forehead. T make realize the importance of applying Tilak on the forehead, GHHF volunteers are applying Vaishnava Tilak on the forehead between the eye brows of the pilgrims. The spot where the Bindi is applied is where the body’s most important chakra rests — the Ajna chakra. Our body has seven key chakras, energy centers. These chakras are a source of tremendous power. The Ajna chakra is particularly sacred, as it is the point of confluence of the three main Nadis — Ida, Pingala and Shushma. Therefore, it is also reverentially called Triveni or Sangam.
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