[GHHF] Imprinted more than one hundred signs of “Jai Sri Ram” and “Om Namah Sivaya” to make Hindus proud of their Dharma in Vuyyuru township, Andhra Pradesh.

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Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is committed to revise Sanatana Dharma, create pride among Hindus, instill faith in their heritage, educate children with timeless wisdom and make them aware of the deceptive practices of converting innocent Hindus.
    Ever since Ayodhya Rama Prana Pratishta was announced, GHHF started imprinting “Jai Sri Ram” signs in six different States in Bharat, Bangladesh, and USA. More than 250 Volunteers from different States requested GHHF to send stencils to imprint the Sri Rama Signs. One such example is from Vuyyuru where Sri Ankineedu Prasad and his team took initiative and started imprinting two signs: Jai Sri Ram and Om Namah Sivaya. 
    The families in these Villages and townships were incredibly happy to have these signs imprinted on their doors and walls. In fact, many families called and requested our volunteers to come and imprint the signs. They have the choice to do either one of the signs or both.
    It also deters the missionaries to go to these houses where they see the signs.
Why Jai Sri Ram Signs?
The "Jai Shri Ram" slogan has been chanted for centuries since the Treta Yuga where Sri Rama was born. It is believed that Sri Rama reached the shores, he threw a stone with Sri Rama written on it. It happened to float on the water instead of sinking. Hanuman and other Vanaras built Rama Sethu in five days as they keep Chanting Sri Rama. After completion, they started chanting Jai Sri Ram.
The sign is being printed in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Assam, West Bengal and in Bangladesh and USA. More than 250 people have taken the initiative to the villages and paint the slogan in the houses as well as on the walls and electric poles. Countless hours are being spent by these volunteers with passion, zeal, and gaiety. Their bubbling excitement and enthusiasm was immeasurable.
Jai Sri Ram has become an enormously powerful and revered mantra in Hinduism that holds profound religious and cultural significance. It is a symbol of devotion, righteousness, and the triumph of good over evil. The utterance of these three words resonates deeply within the hearts of millions of people, transcending religious boundaries and fostering a sense of unity. In this article, we will delve into the historical, cultural, and spiritual aspects of "Jai Shri Ram."
This slogan can be traced back to Ramayana written by Sage Valmiki and people chanted thus mantra to show their reverence, and faith to Sri Rama. It is believed that chanting of this mantra invokes the blessings of Sri Rama and establishes direct connection with the divine. At the societal level, it has become a unifying force bringing all the Hindus together. It has become a rallying cry for the liberation of the Ayodhya Temple where a Mosque was built nearly 500 years ago. 
This mantra continues to inspire millions, transcending religious and cultural boundaries. As people continue to chant "Jai Shri Ram" with devotion and reverence, they contribute to a legacy that celebrates the triumph of good over evil and fosters a sense of unity and cultural pride. Additionally, chanting Jai Sri Ram has become a way to relieve fear, sorrow, stress, worries, and at the same time chanting gives strength and freedom from the cycle of birth and death that is the real reality of the child for the mother Is like crying.
Why Om Namah Sivaya signs?
As Maha Shivaratri approached, several volunteers were requested to imprint “Om Namah Sivaya” signs. Our team in Guntur got the stencils prepared in different languages and shipped them to these places. 
'Om' is believed to be the sound of the universe. It means love and peace. 'Namah' and 'Shivay' together mean the five elements - Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Ether. These five elements are believed to be the building blocks of every creation present in this world. According to Shaivite tradition, Lord Shiva is the supreme lord. He is the one who has the power to create, protect and transform the universe.
Meaning of FIVE syllables
Each syllable in Om Namah Shivaya carries its own symbolism and significance. Together, they create a powerful vibration that purifies our mind, body, and soul.
The syllable "Om" is believed to be the sound of creation itself. It is said to contain the essence of all mantras and represents the unity of the divine and the individual. When we chant "Om," we align ourselves with the cosmic energy and invite harmony into our lives.
The syllable "Na" represents the earth element and symbolizes grounding and stability. It reminds us to stay rooted in our spiritual practice and to cultivate a solid foundation for our growth.
"Mah" represents the water element and signifies purification and emotional healing. Chanting this syllable helps us release negative emotions and cleanse our inner being, allowing us to experience a sense of renewal and rejuvenation.
"Shi" represents the fire element and symbolizes transformation and passion. It ignites the inner fire within us, fueling our spiritual journey and inspiring us to embrace change and growth.
"Va" represents the air element and signifies expansion and freedom. It reminds us to let go of limitations and embrace the vastness of our true nature. Chanting this syllable helps us connect with the breath of life and experience a sense of liberation.
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