GHHF Ghar Waapasi near Yanam area in East Godavari District Kakinada –Talked about Hindu Customs and Bible to the Christians

04 Sep 2021 138 Views

Friedrich Nietzsche

Christianity was from the beginning, essentially and fundamentally, life's nausea and disgust with life, merely concealed behind, masked by, dressed up as, faith in "another" or "better" life.

Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is extremely happy to organize Ghar Waapasi in the Yanam area in East Godavari District near Kakinada. Our Associate, Ajay Varma, who volunteered to participate in this effort has a long history of propagating the richness of Hindu Dharma. He has a very rich background in Hindu Dharma. He has deep knowledge of the traditions and has the ability to explain all our customs. For example, he can talk about the significance of Tilak on the forehead, and the reason to wear bangles, nose buds, earrings, toe rings, and so on. People get surprised to know the inner meaning of these age-old customs. From childhood, he worked as a priest in their heritage Hanuman Temple and used to do all kinds of Pujas, conduct homas, Satyanarayana Pujas, and many festivals bring bringing everybody to these festivals. He is very enthusiastic about propagating and preserving Sanatana Dharma and gives lectures at different Temples depicting the greatness of our culture and age-old traditions. He also has experience of knocking on the doors of Christian families in and around Kakinada. He met them wherever he was able to approach and talk to them. Some of them he met at their houses, and some met in the neighborhood.

               He was talking about the richness of Hinduism and especially about various customs and traditions. He talked about the significance of Ghee to a young couple with 2 young children. Children were somewhat sick and not doing well when they came to Hindu Temple. They are Christians attending church services. But they came to Devi Temple to get her blessings. Ajay Varma mentioned that they should give them Cow milk mixed with peppers, cardamom, and turmeric. Cow milk not only improves our health, but it increases our intelligence and memory power. The reason many Indians are smart is because of taking cowmilk. After the British came to India, they introduced Tea and all of us have become addicted to Tea thereby losing the immunity power which made us susceptible to all kinds of health problems. Hence Ajay Varma suggested them to take COW milk instead of drinking tea,  

He also talked about the importance of  Kumkum on the forehead in between the eyebrows and Bangles on the wrist of the women. Kumkum is made of three components – turmeric, baking soda, and lemon juice. mostly from Turmeric which is antiseptic and anti-allergic. Kumkum is considered auspicious and is used for wellbeing. It will protect the Ajneya Chakra – commanding center from distraction. In fact, it stores the positive energy and protects it from being drained. Some of the benefits of wearing Kumkum are relieving headaches,  relaxes the muscle on the forehead, clears up sinuses, affects your hearing, calms your mind, beats insomnia, and others. It is also believed that applying the Kumkum while pressing on the Ajneya chakra also affects the penial and pituitary glands that increase the memory system. It is also the symbol of married women.             

It is a traditional custom for women to wear bangles around the wrist of the hand. Whenever we use hand for anting to do, it creates friction which increases the blood circulation. Since the bangles are ring-shaped, the energy created by friction would circulate instead of depleted. During Seemantham, the women are gifted with bangles whose noise while walking creates stimuli to the fetus. In fact, it has many health benefits. Wearing silver bangles enhances not only a person's beauty but it is claimed it will also increase health and mental condition. Another common claim is that silver bangles for women are known to fight infections. Furthermore, people believe that bangles also help prevent cold and flu and many kinds of bacteria and viruses.

               He distributed a four-page flyer that explains the rights of Hindus and how to encounter Christians who falsify Hindu Dharma, and how SC community people lose their reservations once they leave Hinduism. Similarly, he is distributing fifty-two page small book which describes the differences between Bhagavad Gita and Bible. As many people know that Bible contains many verses that are demeaning to humanity, promote incest, encourages sexual promiscuity, violence, killings, stoning to death, cruelty, smashing of Idols, and other such bloody statements.

               Ajay Varma is visiting as many Christian families as possible either individually or collectively and talk of the atrocities committed by Christians around the world. Many Christians do not know what is written in the Bible. When he read some of the passages from the Bible many Christians are shocked. Thus, he is creating doubts in their mind about the holiness of the Bible.

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 twenty people as of the end of July. More people we hire more villages can be covered to welcome them back and also create Chaitanya (Awareness) among the students and villagers.

1) Donate any amount to help the Dharma Pracharaks to work at the ground level.

2) Sponsor one Pracharak: In order to expand our base and hire one Pracharak, it would cost approximately $3000 - $3500 per year. We have five anonymous donors who sponsored Assistants.

DONATIONS

PayPal Method: To donate visit our website: savetemples.org. Click on the Donate button, then press the Purpose category, and select the General Donation category.

By Check: Or you can send a check payable to: GHHF, 14726 Harmony Lane, Frisco TX 75035. It is tax-deductible.

By Rupees, please contact us by either phone or email.

For more information, call Prakasarao V Velagapudi 601-918-711; 1Email: ghhfusaorg@gmail.com

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