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FROM THE EDITOR

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Spiritual Leader :

Mata Amritanandamayi’s Divine Yatra 2018

Festival :

Lakshmi Jayanti

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Ekadashi

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Calendar

March 2018

01 Thursday - Chaumasi Chaudas, Chhoti Holi, Holika Dahan, Vasanta Purnima, Dol Purnima, Purnima Upavas, Ashtahnika Vidhan Ends, Phalguna Purnima, Lakshmi Jayanti, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti, Masi Magam 02 Friday - Holi, Chaitra Begins *North, Attukal Pongala 03 Saturday - Bhai Dooj, Bhratri Dwitiya 04 Sunday - Shivaji Jayanti 05 Monday - Sankashti Chaturthi 06 Tuesday - Ranga Panchami 08 Thursday - Sheetala Saptami 09 Friday - Basoda, Sheetala Ashtami, Kalashtami, Varshitap Arambha 13 Tuesday - Papmochani Ekadashi 14 Wednesday - Pradosh Vrat, Meena Sankranti, Karadaiyan Nombu 15 Thursday - Masik Shivaratri 17 Saturday - Chaitra Amavasya, Darsha Amavasya 4

18 Sunday - Chandra Darshan, Chaitra Navratri, Gudi Padwa, Ugadi 19 Monday - Jhulelal Jayanti 20 Tuesday - Gauri Puja, Gangaur, Matsya Jayanti, Vernal Equinox 21 Wednesday - Vinayaka Chaturthi, Lakshmi Panchami 22 Thursday - Skanda Sashti 23 Friday - Yamuna Chhath, Rohini Vrat 24 Saturday - Navapad Oli Begins, Masik Durgashtami 25 Sunday - Rama Navami, Mahatara Jayanti 27 Tuesday - Kamada Ekadashi 28 Wednesday - Vamana Dwadashi 29 Thursday - Pradosh Vrat, Mahavir Swami Jayanti 30 Friday - Good Friday, Hazarat Ali’s Birthday 31 Saturday - Hanuman Jayanti, Chaitra Purnima, Purnima Upavas, Navapad Oli Ends, Panguni Uthiram

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Event

PM Modi launches Amma scooter scheme in TN

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the two wheeler subsidy scheme (Amma Scooter Scheme) for working women in the Tamil Nadu. The Amma Scooter scheme is launched by PM Modi in Chennai. Under the two wheeler subsidy scheme (Amma Scoter scheme) the working women will get a subsidy of 50% to buy a new two wheeler. Before entering the auditorium, PM Modi plants saplings near the entrance of Kalaivanar Arangam auditorium in

Chennai, followed by CM Edappadi K Palaniswami and Deputy CM O Panneerselvam. On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the two-wheeler subsidy scheme (Amma Scooter Scheme) for working women in the Tamil Nadu. The Amma Scooter scheme is launched by PM Modi in Chennai. The scheme was one of a dream project of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J Jayalalithaa. AIADMK will also install a statue of Jayalalithaa at their party headquarters, next to the statue of party founder MG Ramachandran. Under the two-wheeler subsidy scheme (Amma Scoter scheme) the working women will get a subsidy of 50% to buy a new two-wheeler. On this big day for AIADMK, the Chief Minister Edapaddi K Palaniswami and deputy Chief Minister O Pannerselvam will also launch the official mouthpiece for All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), sources.

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Spiritual Leader :

Mata Amritanandamayi’s Divine Yatra 2018

Vellore - Bharat Yatra - 21 January 2018 Sunbeam Matric and CBSE Schools, Chittoor Road, Vellore Traveling from Madurai, Amma arrived in Vellore, a city in the north eastern part of Tamil Nadu. It was her first visit to the city. The city’s name, Vellore, has a special meaning associated with it. In Tamil, the word ‘vel’ means spear, which is the weapon of Murugan, and the word ‘oor’ means place. As the legend goes, Lord Murugan was a tribal hunter who appeared in a lotus pond to attack his enemies. Thus, the city of Vellore is known as the place where Lord Murugan appeared. Upon her arrival on the stage, Jalakandeswarar Temple priests welcomed Amma with Poornakumbham and Vedic mantras. A huge crowd gathered at the SunBeam school grounds to greet Amma and listen to her words. Tamil Nadu Governor, Banwarilal Purohit, and Marutha Raj were in attendance. MP garlanded Amma when she arrived on stage for the program. Honoring 6

her inaugural visit to Vellore, the Governor had this to say about Amma, “Mata Amritanandamayi Devi has been spreading love and peace, not only in India, but throughout the world. The essence of her teaching is simple—the creation and the creator are not different. Since we are all created by the same creator, it is necessary to make a little space in our hearts for others. Love for humanity and for all beings is the message that Amma is propagating. Also, Amma has been propagating gender equality and women’s empowerment. I am sure, the entirety of humanity will be benefited by Amma’s venture aimed at the sustenance of friendship and togetherness without any discrimination or barriers.” As a token of her gratitude, Amma gifted working capital to the AmritaSree Self-Help Group and gave out saris to its members. The program was a long one, with temperatures dropping as low as 17 degrees in the city of Vellore, which is perched 709 ft above sea level. People waited in the cold, open air for the opportunity to receive Amma’s warm embrace.

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Chennai - Bharat Yatra - 23-24 January 2018 132, Arcot Road, Virugambakkam, Nr. Avichi School, Chennai In Chennai, Amma’s two-day Brahmasthanam festival filled the Chennai Ashram with a bustling crowd for the Bharat Yatra 2018. This year marks the 28th anniversary of the Chennai Brahmasthanam temple’s consecration. Devotees thronged the venue from the early morning until the daily program’s finish late in the evening. Being the 28th anniversary, a mixed set of familiar faces and new ones colored the joyful two days of celebrations. Delivering her satsang in Tamil, Amma led the Meditation in Tamil as well.

performance by Aswin and Arjun made for a cultural evening alongside Amma’s Darshan continued. During the two day bustling days of Brahmasthanam festival, Amma spent more than 15 hours on stage each day. As soon as darshan on the second day finished, around 3:30 AM, the colorful Chennai program came to a close and Amma immediately departed for the next program in Coimbatore. Karthika Day - 26 January 2018 Coimbatore - Bharat Yatra

Addressing the devotees Amma said that ancient seers have told that human beings should be balanced in all their activities – including sleep, exercise, speech, work, food consumption and expression of emotions. If anything becomes excessive, it becomes our weakness and this weakness can eventually become the cause of our downfall. The thoughts and emotions are food for the mind. These thoughts and emotions also should be balanced. Moderation is required for our physical, mental and intellectual activities for happiness, health and longevity. As has happened in the past, many famous singers and musicians performed for Amma on stage. Among the musical delights were Kumari Kanyakumari and Lalgudi GJ Krishnan, AS Ram on Keytar, who gave stirring performances. Famous singers Anuradha Sriram, Sriram Parasuram, and Amrita Murali also performed on stage. A Bharatanatyam dance

Amma visited Coimbatore for a two-day Brahmasthanam festival filled with devotees from Coimbatore and its neighbouring districts. University students from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham and school children from Amrita Vidyalayam performed several musical and dance performances. Addressing the thousands gathered at the Amrita Vidyalayam school grounds, Amma asked everyone to perform right action and to free themselves from thoughts of worry regarding the past. As with past years, a large group of Baduga devotees from Nilgiris performed their traditional dance while Amma joined them, briefly gesturing their signature moves while giving Darshan. The Coimbatore program was a hot and dusty one, but the devotees waited as patiently as ever to receive Amma’s darshan. Several students got mantra initiation looking for the peace and happiness that such practice can add to life.

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Festival :

Lakshmi Jayanti About Lakshmi Jayanti:

their life. The puja to Goddess Lakshmi should be performed with devotion to attain her blessings.

Lakshmi Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Goddess Lakshmi. It falls in the Falgun month on the full moon day which is also known as Falgun Purnima. On this auspicious occasion, devotees worship Maa Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity with full devotion. The festival is also celebrated as Madan Purnima or as Vasant Purnima. In some regions, people observe the Lakshmi Jayanti as Uttara Phalguninakshatram. On this day Goddess Lakshmi has appeared from the churning of the ocean. Goddess Lakshmi is a symbol of prosperity and cleanliness.

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Significance of Lakshmi Jayanti: Devotees attain the blessings of Lakshmi Devi by worshipping her with devotion. Goddess Lakshmi is pleased by the mantras or the yantras followed by rituals and the offerings. If Goddess Lakshmi gets pleased, then all the desires of the devotees are fulfilled. The supernatural techniques, spiritual knowledge, the mental peace and spiritual peace are also bestowed by Goddess Lakshmi. Lakshmi puja is considered very powerful. Goddess Lakshmi provides the relief from the financial crisis. This puja brings the success in all the aspects of the life. Devotees should perform this puja to evade the problem of money in 8

The word Lakshmi has its origin in the Sanskrit word Lakshya, meaning goal. Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth, prosperity, and fortune. She also offers material and spiritual growth. She protects her devotees from misery and money-crisis. She is the consort of Lord Vishnu and is also called as Shri. As per Vishnu Purana, Lakshmi is the daughter of Bhrigu and Khyaati. She left Swarga and made ksheera Sagara her home due to the curse of sage Durvasa. She is the sister of the guru Sukracharya as well as planet Chandra. When the Devas and Daanavaas churned the ksheera Sagara (ocean of milk), Chandra and Lakshmi were born out of the sea. Lakshmi is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu’s spiritual feminine energy, in the form of Adi Param Prakriti, which empowers and takes the devotees to the higher elevation of spirituality. She is the goddess of beauty. She has a golden complexion with wavy and long hair, represented as conferring happiness. Her red or golden costume, ornaments full of gold with a golden ruby-studded crown symbolises fulfilment. Her right hand is in Abhay mudra and Gyan mudra depicting power and intelligence. She holds a pot of gold and paddy sheaf in her left hand which depicts her as a bestower of wealth and prosperity.

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Festival :

Ekadashi

The religious occasion of Ekadashi is observed by the Hindus on day 11 of the two lunar phases, according to the Hindu calendar--Shukla Paksh, the waxing phase of the moon, and Krishna Paksh, the waning phase of the moon. According to the Panchang, this day has been referred to as Hari Visara and Hari Din in the Puranas, as it is celebrated by worshipping Lord Vishnu--who is also known as Hari. This day is looked upon by the Hindus and Jains as an opportunity for spiritual cleansing and appeasing Lord Vishnu by partial or full fasting. Hindu customs state that any individual between the age of eight to 80 years should indulge in fasting 9

on these auspicious days. The customs, however, exempt the old, sick and pregnant women from fasting. he devotees particularly refrain from consuming grains and beans on this day, even the ones who are not fasting, because they are believed to be contaminated by sin. Out of the 24 Ekadashis observed during a year, each one is believed to reap different benefits, and is celebrated with different activities. Bhagavat Purana states that Ekadashi was first observed by Ambarisha, who was a devotee of Lord Vishnu.

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Temple

Thirunelli SreeMaha vishnu Temple The name Thirunelli derives from the word nelli, the Malayalam/Tamil equivalent for Indian gooseberry (Amla) tree. Once when Lord Brahma while traversing the world, saw an idol of Lord Vishnu resting on an amla tree in the valley and thus the place came to be named Thirunelli. In Padma Purana (written by Veda Vyasa) there is mention of a beautiful Vishnu temple located in the picturesque Sahya valley deep in the middle of the forest. Thirunelli temple is also referred to as Amalaka temple and Sidha temple. History depicts Chera king Kulasekharan as the founder of this temple. He lived between A.D 767 and A.D 834. After a brief reign, he relinquished the throne and started missionary work to propagate Vaishnava order. It was he who wrote the Sanskrit work Mukundamaala in which he earnestly prays to Lord Vishnu to instill in him devotion. On stylistic ground this looks as a typical Kerala temple. The inner sanctorum is surrounded by a tile roofed structure. And there’s an open courtyard around the sanctorum. At the east, in front of the entrance is a granite lamp-post. Curiously enough

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the flag post is absent, though one can spot a hole on the floor where it ought to be. Along the outer wall of the temple is a cloister made of granite pillars cut in cubical style. This part of the temple architecture is slightly unusual for a Kerala temple. And it seems the cloister work was never completed. The story goes that once the King of Coorg, tried to renovate this temple. When he was half way through, the Vellattiri King who owned the temple objected to the same. Thus renovation was discontinued. Even today we can see proof of the half finished renovation work. It is an undisputed fact that Thirunelli was once an important town and pilgrim centre in the middle of inaccessible jungled valley surrounded on four sides by mountains. The copper plates of the 10th century and a few books of the later centuries convincingly prove that Thirunelli was an urban hub in South India at least from 10th century onwards. Also in the dense forest surrounding the temple, the ruins of two ancient villages can be found. Recent excavations at the time of paving roads have yielded coins of 9th and 10th centuries. There are two copper plate

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inscriptions pertaining to the history of Thirunelli Temple. They date back to the period of Bhaskara Ravivarma, a ruler of the Chera kingdom who lived in the 10th century. First inscription is written in 999 A.D (37th year of the rule of Bhaskara Ravivarma) and the second inscription in 1008 A.D (46th year of the rule of Bhaskara Ravivarma). The first one is regarding the allotment of the royal land in Thirunelli to the temple, to meet its expenses towards daily poojas. The second inscription deals with the procedures to be observed during the temple visit of the ruler of the Puraikeezhar Kingdom. The donor in the first inscription is Kunhikutta Varman VeeraKurumpurai who ruled Kurumbranaad. The donor in the second inscription is Sankaran Godavarman of Purakeezhar dynasty. Both the inscriptions shed light to the ruling customary practices and social relations of the time. “UnniyachiCharitham” “Unniyachi Charitham” is a poetical work written by Thevan Chirikumaran (Devan Sreekumaran) between 12th and 13th centuries. In this poem there is an elaborate description of Thirunelli, Papanasini and the four borders of Thirunelli. Among them 17 lines are in prose. There are two poetic stanzas each having 4 and 6 lines. It is indeed a travelogue in which the poet imagines himself as a Gandharvan interested in travel and tour. Observing the customs, it is after visiting Thrissilery temple that the Gandharva comes to Thirunelli. Kokila Sandesham "Kokila Sandesham" is a book written by Udhanda Sashthrikal of Kanchipuram during the 15th century. 11

The hero of this poem lived in his house at Chendamangallur near Kochi. He happens to be airlifted from the house by some airy spirits and gets stranded at Kancheer puramm in Tamilnadu. Then the hero entrusts a cuckoo to intimate his wife about his peril. This cuckoo on the way reaches Thirunelli to worship the Perumal in the temple. The 40th stanza of this poem describes the visit of the Cuckoo in Thirunelli Temple. The author Udhanad Sashthrikal lived from 1405 to 1475. It is certain from the descriptions about Thirunelli that the poet had personally visited the temple there. Stone Acquaduct During early times, water for temple use was brought from Papanasini stream. During a draught period, the wife of Chirackal Raja who was a member of the famous Vaarikkara Nayanar tharavad, came with her attendants to temple to worship. She asked the Priest some water to dissolve the sandal, which he was not able to give. Being enlightened about the water scarcity in the temple she asked her attendants to solve the problem. They found out the water source called Varaham in the thick forest. From there the water was brought, using bamboo halves for immediate use. Subsequent to her return home, she sent men and materials to construct the present stone aqueduct to bring uninterrupted water supply to the temple. The granite open channels are supported by pillars with interesting murals carved on. Even till date, cold mountain stream water gush out of this aqueduct.

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Language

The PÄ li Pali is the name given to the language of the texts of Theravada Buddhism, although the commentarial tradition of the Theravadins states that the language of the canon is Magadhi, the language spoken by Gotama Buddha. The term Pali originally referred to a canonical text or passage rather than to a language and its current use is based on a misunderstanding which occurred several centuries ago. The language of the Theravadin canon is a version of a dialect of Middle Indo-Aryan, not Magadhi, created by the homogenisation of the dialects in which the teachings of the Buddha were orally recorded and transmitted. This became necessary as Buddhism was transmitted far beyond the area of its origin and as the Buddhist monastic order codified his teachings. The tradition recorded in the ancient Sinhalese chronicles states that the Theravadin canon was written down in the first century B.C.E. The language of the canon continued to be influenced by commentators and grammarians and by the native languages of the countries in which Theravada Buddhism became established over many centuries. The oral transmission of the Pali canon continued for several centuries after the death of the Buddha, even after the texts were first preserved in writing. No single script was ever developed for the language of the canon; scribes used the scripts of their native languages to transcribe the texts. Although monasteries in South India are known to have been important centres of Buddhist learning in the early part of this millennium, no manuscripts from anywhere in India except Nepal have survived. Almost all the manuscripts available to scholars since 12

the PTS (Pali Text Society) began can be dated to the 18th or 19th centuries C.E. and the textual traditions of the different Buddhist countries represented by these manuscripts show much evidence of interweaving. The pattern of recitation and validation of texts by councils of monks has continued into the 20th century. The main division of the Pali canon as it exists today is threefold, although the Pali commentarial tradition refers to several different ways of classification. The three divisions are known as pi.takas and the canon itself as the Tipitaka; the significance of the term pitaka, literally "basket", is not clear. The text of the canon is divided, according to this system, into Vinaya (monastic rules), Suttas (discourses) and Abhidhamma (analysis of the teaching). The PTS edition of the Tipitaka contains fifty-six books (including indexes), and it cannot therefore be considered to be a homogenous entity, comparable to the Christian Bible or Muslim Koran. Although Buddhists refer to the Tipitaka as Buddhavacana, "the word of the Buddha", there are texts within the canon either attributed to specific monks or related to an event post-dating the time of the Buddha or that can be shown to have been composed after that time. The first four nikayas (collections) of the Sutta-pitaka contain sermons in which the basic doctrines of the Buddha's teaching are expounded either briefly or in detail.

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